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She-Ra Claims Her Stake In The DVD Market

BCI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Navarre Corp., and U.K. media company and underlying rights owner, Entertainment Rights Plc. are releasing SHE-RA: PRINCESS OF POWER, SEASON ONE, VOLUME ONE, on DVD Nov. 7, 2006, ($49.98). The six DVD pack will include 32 digitally remastered episodes from the first season of the 80s animated series.

The six DVDs will include the first 33 episodes of the series, and also feature:* The documentary THE STORIES OF SHE-RA, PART 1* Storyboard-to-episode comparison for Episode One: Into Etheria* Art cards by Dave Johnson and Humberto Ramos* Commentary tracks for episodes The Sea Hawk and King Miros Journey with writers Larry DiTillio and J. Michael Straczynski, editor Rick Geher and storyboard creator Michael Swanigan. Hosted by Andy Mangels.* 50 Character Profiles* Interactive Wheres Loo-Kee Game* Easter Eggs* DVD-ROM features (including scripts for five episodes, series bible and the Secret of the Sword comic book)* Coloring Book* Loo-Kees Fun Facts and Trivia* Booklet with Episode Guide* Spanish language audio tracks

Consulting with BCI on the project and providing extra content is Val Staples, the owner of www.he-man.org, the Internets largest portal for the HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE fan community, the owner of MVCreations graphic design company, and the publisher of the recent MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE comic.

SHE-RA: PRINCESS OF POWER first aired on television in 1985, as a female-directed spin-off of the popular HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, which was into its second season.

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