Star Trek: Fan Collective - Q [Import USA Zone 1]
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Disc One Encounter at Farpoint Hide and Q Q Who?
Disc Two Deja Q (with Text Commentary) Qpid True-Q Q-Less (with Text Commentary)
Disc Three Tapestry All Good Things Death Wish (with Text Commentary)
Disc Four The Q and the Grey Q2
Volume 3 in the Star Trek Fan Collective series focuses on the show's resident deity, Q, played with indignant mischief by John De Lancie. While previous Fan Collectives have taken votes to select which episodes around a certain theme would be included, Q makes things easy (the character never made things easy) by simply including all 12 episodes (two are double-length) in which he appeared. And because Q was especially fond of tormenting Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and his crew, most of the episodes are from The Next Generation, including that series' first episode, "Encounter at Farpoint". Subsequent episodes are "Hide and Q" in which the crew plays a deadly game; "Q Who," in which a temper tantrum throws the Enterprise into its first-ever encounter with the Borg (also included on the Fan Collective: Borg set); "Deja Q," in which the character becomes a normal human; "Qpid," in which Q tries to play matchmaker by turning Picard into Robin Hood; "True Q" in which Q reveals the truth about a mysterious young woman; "Tapestry," in which Picard shares a near-death experience with the godlike thorn in his side; and the series finale, "All Good Things " Q also made brief stops in the first season of Deep Space Nine ("Q Less") and in Voyager. In "Death Wish," Q tries to help Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) recover her male crew members after an encounter with another member of the Q Continuum, "The Q and the Grey," in which Q wants Janeway to bear his child; and the final season's "Q2," in which Q's son arrives to cause chaos, such as removing Seven of Nine's (Jeri Ryan) clothes. As with previous Fan Collective sets, the only new features (and in this case there are no other features) are text commentary on three episodes by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda. --David Horiuchi --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.Voir l'ensemble des Description du produit
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Q has always been my favorite character and this set offers every episode that he's appeared in: 8 TNG episodes (2 that are two-parters), 1 DS9 episode and the 3 Voyager episodes. Since there are tons of reviews already that go into the specific episodes, I see no point in doing the same.
While it's great to have all the Q episodes, I personally would have liked a few more special features with the set. Aside for subtitle commentary by the producers (which was only done for a few episodes), there were no new or special features. Picky of me, I know, especially considering the price, but a featurette or even a blooper reel would have been fun to watch. The case that holds the discs is nice and compact. I takes the same amount of space as a single disc cover, yet keeps all the discs separate and scratch-free.
I've been enjoying the release of the Fan Collectives and hope that Paramount plans to continue with the series!
The episodes chosen seem to capture the theme of each boxed set very well, and it would be nice to see a "Startrek: Classics" set with no particular theme, just those good episodes that were fun to watch. I like the 'Time Travel' Collection more than the 'Q' and `Borg' collections because the episodes seem to have a little more variety within that theme. The Next Generation episodes present a much broader spectrum of 'Q' and 'time travel' than than the 'Borg' collection manages.
Generally speaking, if I were going to purchase only one of these Fan Collectives, 'Q' would not be it (time travel is the best in my opinion); however, because I am a star trek geek, I bought more than one set, and I am enjoying re-viewing the shows I watched when I was younger. The 'Q' collection is pretty much self explanitory- every episode deals with the omnipotent being we all love to hate. So if thats what you want to watch, then this is the collection for you. If not, then don't buy it. Don't expect much new, if you've already spent a thousand dollars on all the complete seasons.
I will fault the selections for the overlap that is present in each theme. I'm not positive, but I don't think you can purchase any two sets without re-purchasing at least one episode.