December 13, 2011

The Futurama's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades

Matt Groening's second most popular, albeit superior, show is back with a new Blu-ray and DVD release on December 20th. Volume 6 has plenty of extras, check them below, and I am in no doubt that this will find its way under many an axed pine tree this festive season!

The future will never be the same when the time traveling pizza boy and his friends wreak havoc on the world as they know itLoaded with tons of fan favorite special features from the creators, “FUTURAMA” Volume 6 comes to Blu-ray and DVD December 20th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Phillip Fry is a 25-year-old pizza delivery boy whose life is going nowhere. When he accidentally freezes himself on December 31, 1999, he wakes up 1,000 years in the future and has a chance to make a fresh start.
“FUTURAMA” Volume 6 once again features the original voice cast including Golden Globe® winner Katey Sagal (Sons of Anarchy) as Leela, Billy West as Fry and John DiMaggio as Bender.

Special Features (Blu-ray and DVD):
Deleted Scenes
Audio Commentary
Professor Farnsworth's "Science of a Scene"
Reincarnation Explained! With Director Peter Avanzino
Futurama F.A.Q. (Frequently Axed Questions)
Christopher's Big Score: The Music of Futurama
Futurama Fans: 101 Questions

Futurama Vol 6 is released by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment


Adam said...

What a horrible pun for such a great DVD release. I have been looking forward to the 6th season disk for a while now. I missed a lot of the earlier episodes due to the way Comedy Central decided to are them. I would have already run out and bought it but it seems like they are only including 12 or 13 episodes. Where is the other half? There seem to be a lot of features but without the full season this is a firm RENT. I put it at the top of my Blockbuster Movie Pass queue. I should have it before the weekend. I have saved a lot of money renting instead of buying. For $10 per month I get streaming as well as DVDS, Blu-rays and video games by mail. As an employee I know this is one of the best features DISH offers.

Lord of Filth said...

Hey! That pun took me hours to come up with ;)

I've never understood when releases don't have the full season on them. Seems kind of pointless. Unless there are plans for a Vol 2.

ThriftyGuru said...

I love the artwork on this bluray set! I want to get a poster like this!