As we've reported
, Star Trek: Voyager - Season 3
should arrive in stores on July 6th.
Now we have the cover art for you. Enjoy!
After posting last night the cover art above, this morning we now have more to add! Paramount has provided a scan of the card that is affixed to the rear of the Voyager - Season 3
package, which informs shoppers about the contents of the set. Here's a small look at it:
According to it, the specs on this release will be quite similar to previous Voyager
releases, as expected: 7-disc set, 26 episodes, 4x3 full screen, English 5.1 Surround Sound, closed captioned, and a running time of 19 hours 46 minutes.
Even more exciting, though, are the list of featurettes included with this set:
- Braving the Unknown: Season Three -
Writers and producers Rick Berman, Brannon Braga, and Jeri Taylor discuss highlights of year three, including "Basics, Part II," the two-parter "Future's End" and "Scorpion."
- Voyager Time Capsule: Neelix -
Features a new interview with Ethan Phillips and others discussing the role of Neelix. Includes a look at Ethan's current projects, including a role on Enterprise and starring with Armin Shimerman in a production of Hamlet.
- Voyager Time Capsule: Kes -
Features a new interview with Ethan Phillips, Robert Picardo, and Tim Russ in addition to Jennifer Lien discussing her role on the series.
- Flashback to "Flashback" -
A special look at the Voyager episode with guest star George Takei ("Sulu"). Includes interviews with Takei, Tim Russ, and an exploration of how scenes from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country were re-created for this episode.
- Red Alert! Amazing Visual Effects -
Visual effects wizards Dan Curry and Ronald B. Moore provide an inside look at amazing scenes from season three episodes, including "Basics, Part II," "Future's End," "Scorpion" and "Distant Origin."
- Real Science With André Bormanis -
Bormanis introduces famed astrophysicists who examine the reality of space phenomena as seen on Voyager. Includes comments on the Wormhole as seen in "False Profits" and the supernova in "The Q and the Grey."
- Lost Transmissions -
Includes interviews with cast and crew discussing season three.
- Photo Gallery
Don't forget that Paramount's pricing policy for Star Trek
season sets is that there IS no set "Suggested Retail Price" (SRP), but that they expect retailers to price this "at under $100 in the U.S. and around C$100 in Canada."