Earth: Final Conflict - Season 2
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The stories are much more action orientated this season, however the dialogue between Daan and Zor is still excellent and very well played.
Liam makes for an interesting lead with superpowers but I still miss Boone.
I recommend this box set and am pleased to see that seasons 3,4,& 5 are to be released very soon, although like its sister show Andromeda each season would have a revamp, the 5th being the most radical.
I remain a great fan of this series and intend to buy the 3 remaining seasons despite this. But I will do so with a frown upon my face.
The main flaw is that the packaging for these sets is very strange. The lack of spindles and folding packaging cause the discs to fall out and slip around. Most of the time they aren't damaged, but there's a great possibility for it. It's obviously an experiment gone awry that has upset a lot of people (CBS DVD in America's model would have been more secure and appreciated), but it's not a dealbreaker.
The picture quality here is better than the first episode of Psi Factor Season 2. Where that set had a lot of artifacting (possibly due to the quality of the source materials), but the picture on this set isn't too bad. It is fullframe (I'm not sure if Season 2 was widescreen), but it doesn't hurt the presentation. There is a little grain but the picture is fairly clear and well worth the price.
In short, if you're a fan, you could do a LOT worse. This is a very good buy. I just wish Alliance had gone for an easier answer to the packaging as that seems to be the worst complaint.
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This is another great from Gene Roddenberry, too bad there are not writers like him anymore. Do I need to say more?Published on June 8 2011 by Draco13
Saw EFC a number of years back - I was able to get the first sesion on DVD in the UK - but have not been able to obtain a copy of the following sessions until now - now I have a... Read morePublished on Dec 17 2010 by Madarty