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Dark Angel Season 2 in June

The second and final season for Dark Angel is coming your way via Fox Home Entertainment on June 3rd with a retail price of £59.99. This 6-disc UK Region 2 DVD release contains all 21 episodes from the second season including the feature length finale along with a slightly weak looking set of extras that stack up like so across the discs...

Disc One:
Episodes:

· Designate This
· Bag ‘Em’
· Proof Of Purchase
· Radar Love

Disc Two:
Episodes:

· Boo
· Two
· Some Assembly Required
· Gill Girl

Disc Three:
Episodes:

· Medium Is The Message
· Brainiac
· The Berrisford Agenda

Disc Four:
Episodes:

· Borrowed Time
· Harbour Lights
· Love In Vein
· Fuhgeddaboudit

Disc Five:
Episodes:

· Exposure
· Hello, Goodbye
· Dawg Day Afternoon
· She Ain’t Heavy

Disc Six
Episodes:

· Love Among The Runes
· Freak Nation (90 minute episode)
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· Featurette – ‘Seattle Ain’t What It Used To Be’
· Fox Interactive Trailer

All 21 episodes will be presented in 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen with English DD2.0 Surround audio and optional English, French, Italian and Dutch subtitles are available. Here is a look at the artwork for the box set and the synopsis taken from the press release...



Season 2 begins with Max captured by Manticore officials for the second time. Even with the help of new friends on the inside, and Logan and the Jam Pony crew on the outside, how will she escape the government lab that is still not exposed to the public? Logan does his best to spread the word, while Max is forced to fight other specimens on her own physical level and bred to kill…

After the success of the first season, both in the states and in the UK, Dark Angel returns with even more action and attitude! The series created by James Cameron (The Terminator, Titanic, Rambo, Aliens) sees the return of sci-fi babe Jessica Alba as Max and Michael Weatherly as Logan. There are also new additions to the cast including hunky stud heroes Alec (Jensen Ackles) and Joshua (Kevin Durand), plus blonde bombshell and Asha (Ashley Scott). With fantastic packaging and a featurette extra ‘Seattle Ain’t What It Used To Be’, this is a must buy DVD boxset.

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