» 02454348009920 (see sidenotes)
» 1 Disc
» Slipcase (see through)
» Cardboard Case With Lenticular Front
» Promotional booklets
» Futurama: Bender's Big Score (movie)
» Audio Commentary by Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, Billy West, John DiMaggio, Phil LaMarr, Claudia Katz, Dwayne Carey-Hill and Ken Keeler
» Futurama Returns: A Live Comic-Book Reading (08m 49s)
» Everybody Loves Hypnotoad (22m)
» Deleted Scenes (storyboards)
» A Terrifying Message from Al Gore (optional commentary)
» Bite My Shiny Metal X: A Futurama Maths Lecture (26m 04s)
» 3D Models and Turnarounds
» Original First Draft of The Script
» New Character Designs and Sketches
» Original Comic-Con Promo (04m 55s)
» Futurama Time Logic Scribble (easter egg)
» DVD, R1, NTSC
» 1.78:1 Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» English, French, Spanish
» Futurama: Bender´s Big Score
» Dwayne Carey-Hill
» Billy West, Katey Sagal, John Di Maggio, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Phil LaMarr, Lauren Tom, David Herman, Dawnn Lewis, Kath Soucie, Frank Welker, Coolio, Mark Hamill, Al Gore
This case might look alright but the overall choices for a functional design are just terrible.
First of, there's no digitray (obviously) which makes te entire case nothing but cardboard and not a very sturdy type either. This makes for an easily damaged case and a scratch-happy cardboard pocket to put the disc in as well.
But from a graphic standpoint the case looks allright (if you can ignore the transit damages for long enough). The holographic cover is a nice touch and the slipcase cutout actually has a thin plastic over it which I think is very smart.
There's some static printed within the slipcase, making it appear that the screen has gone static once you take the cardboard case out. The static is however overly light in my opinion and doesn't really look to good even though the idea itself is pretty clever.
Other than this there's not much to say. If this had been a digipack I bet there's a lot of people who would have loved it, but now it's just a poor poor packaging choice.
It's nice to see futurama in widescreen for once, and the audio commentary is top notch as usual.
As for the rest of the extras, they do feel a bit slim if you were to compare it with a regular movie title...
... But then again, this is a Futurama movie and as we allready know there are 3 more films planned at this point, so the special features might get a little better till next time.
All in all, there's enough to get by but it's not a super-packed edition by any means.
The barcode only appears on a back cover duplicate taped to the outside of the case (this paper is not pictured).