Sebastien Patenaude

"Québec Dragon"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (24 of 27)
Location: Montréal, Québec


Top Reviewer Ranking: 35,452 - Total Helpful Votes: 24 of 27
DC Universe: Ultimate Movie Collection
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Confusion going on, Jan. 31 2010
I ordered this product on and it indeed has 6 animated movies and the 2-disc special editions no less. The comparison with the regular price (around 70$) doesn't hold up because I think the product (that has a different ASIN number) has only 3 movies. So it's likely we have 2 different products with the same box art. One has 3 movies and space for the 3 missing (Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Superman/Batman public enemies). The other one has the 6. So to recapitulate,

ASIN: B002RABPDC has the 6 movies and doesn't seem to be available on as I write this but is available on
ASIN: B0028OA4M0 has 3 movies (… Read more
Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut <b>DVD</b> ~ Jackie Earle Haley
Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut DVD ~ Jackie Earle Haley
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The Ultimate Cut package includes 5 discs on DVD and 4 discs on Blu-ray. The actual Ultimate Cut is the Director's Cut with the Tales of the Black Freighter animated footage woven in (approximately 25 minutes and sold separately before). I don't know if it's possible to watch it without the animation but I don't think so. However, there's a digital copy of the theatrical release (not the director's cut) in the package. What's new in the Ultimate Cut compared to the Director's Cut is two commentaries : one by Zack Snyder (director) and one by Dave Gibbons (penciller of the Watchmen comics) as well as "new" special features entitled (not really new since they were on the blu-ray version of… Read more
Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds HC by Geoff Johns
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I enjoyed this book way more than Final Crisis and the funny thing is that it ties in very little and is not required reading. Legion of 3 worlds features the first incarnation of the Legion of Super-Heroes (from the fifties and the Levitz/Giffen era) all grown-up and having to deal with the menace of a pissed-off Superboy-Prime (from the Crisis books). I will not tell you why he becomes so incensed but I found it quite amusing. It also ties in with a plot by long-time Legion nemesis: the Time Trapper and practically all the most famous super-villains of the 31st century eventually get involved. It's all quite epic. Actually, the menace gets so big that this Legion has to get help from 2… Read more

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