One set I have is from the studio masters and I got it from Lost In Space's Billy Mumy. I believe it's the same set Mark Hammill has. Another set I got from a prominent member here. Although I have nostalgic feelings for these, I'll be tossing them out. Don't need them in six more months.
So my question to you dear fellow Batfans, will you be tossing out your set? Is there anyone who won't buy an official set because they have boots? I'm curious.
And please, no lectures on the evils of bootlegs, DC Comics had a set of bootlegs in the freelancer room for years. Now that's it's officially released though, anyone bootlegging these new sets should face prison time.
But I imagine it will feel quite good to do so!
My hobbies include gazing at the Siren and doing her bidding, evil or otherwise.
'She had a devastating, hypnotic effect on all the men.'--A schoolmate describing Joan Collins at age 17
The set I received is a disc dupe from the studio master set that was presented to Burt (and most other living cast members) back when the late 80's resurgence was going on. A fun set for sure with a few little extras you don't get with broadcast TV. Before that I had VHS copies that I recorded off of f/x cable channel back in the 1990's.
Now if they can get GH an official release, am I right?
As an aside: Does anyone remember a few years ago when Amazon.com got a hold of some of my original artwork for DVD covers? I still think about that and laugh. When they posted the artwork on their site, all these comic and DVD and rumor sites were blowing a gasket thinking there was a release coming. Never meant to cause a stir, but it was nice to know that my work can be mistaken for professional quality. Anyway, if ya wanna see what I'm talking about, looky here: