Vote for Upcoming Reviews

After Christmas, I counted my collection. I had 236 unwatched seasons of TV shows on DVD, HD DVD and Blu-Ray. I’m now trying to work through them, and I’m looking for reader input about which series they want to see reviewed. EDIT: I missed a few choices the first time.

Not all of these unwatched seasons are genre, and I’ve already watched some for the Supernatural reviews (which will be published every two weeks through February 20, covering up to season four.) Do you, as our readers, have preferences for what gets reviewed next? The options are as follows:

Genre shows

  • Adventures of Superman (seasons 1-6)
  • Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin (complete series shipped in 3 volumes)
  • Aeon Flux (complete series)
  • The All New Super Friends Hour (Season one, volumes 1 and 2)
  • Astro Boy (1980s series)
  • Batman Beyond (all three seasons)
  • Batman: The Animated Series (collections 1 and 2 have been reviewed; 3 and 4 have not)
  • Battlestar Galactica (1978 series, including Galactica 1980; I haven’t finished watching the new one, but we’ve got reviews of each episode)
  • Captain N: The Game Master (complete series)
  • Charmed (all eight seasons)
  • Chuck – Seasons 1 and 2
  • Dark Angel (both seasons)
  • Darkwing Duck – Vol. 1
  • DC Comics Super Heroes: The Filmation Adventures
  • Dead Like Me (season 1 has been reviewed; season 2 and “Life After Death” have not)
  • Death Note (vol. 1 has been reviewed; volumes 2-9 have not)
  • Dollhouse – Season One
  • Ducktales Vol. 1
  • Fantastic Four – the most recent animated series
  • Farscape – Seasons 1-4, Peacekeeper Wars
  • Final Fantasy Unlimited (complete series)
  • The Flash (complete series)
  • Futurama (volume 1 has been reviewed; volumes 2-4 and the specials have not)
  • Gargoyles (season 1 and season 2, vol. 1; the rest of season 2 and all of season 3 will never be released)
  • Greatest American Hero (seasons 2-3; 1 has been reviewed)
  • Harsh Realm (complete series)
  • Hero High (complete series)
  • Incredible Hulk (Bill Bixby series; all 5 seasons and the movie specials)
  • Invasion Iowa (complete series)
  • Land of the Lost (seasons 2-3; season 1 has been reviewed)
  • Legend of Zelda (complete series)
  • Lexx: The Dark Zone (all four seasons)
  • Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (all 4 seasons)
  • Lost (seasons 1-5)
  • My Own Worst Enemy (complete series; sounds genre by description, but I haven’t seen it)
  • My Pet Monster (complete series)
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion (platinum collection)
  • New Adventures of Batman (complete series)
  • New Adventures of Superman (complete series)
  • The Outer Limits (complete original series)
  • The Outer Limits (all releases of the newer seven season show; complete seasons 1, 3, 4 available, and a “best of” seasons 1 and 2 has been reviewed. All theme packs available.)
  • Pushing Daisies (seasons 1 and 2)
  • Quantum Leap (all 5 seasons)
  • Reaper (season 2)
  • Red Dwarf (seasons 2-8; 1 and “Back to Earth” have been reviewed)
  • Rocket Robin Hood (vol. 1; half the series)
  • Sanctuary (season 1)
  • Sarah Jane Adventures (seasons 1 and 2)
  • Sealab 2021: Season One
  • Sliders (seasons 1-4; 5 may never be released)
  • Slings and Arrows (seasons 1-3)
  • Space: Above and Beyond (complete series)
  • Spider-Man: The New Animated Series (complete series)
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (seasons 2-7; theangrymob already reviewed season 1)
  • Star Trek: The Animated Series (complete)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation (all 7 seasons)
  • Star Trek: The Original Series (all 3 seasons in the Blu-Ray remastered/original sets)
  • Stargate SG1 (seasons 5-10; 1-4 have already been reviewed)
  • Stargate Atlantis (seasons 1-5)
  • Super Friends: Volume Two (volume 1 was “Challenge of the Super Friends,” which has been reviewed)
  • Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show
  • Super Friends: The Lost Episodes
  • The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians
  • Superboy (season 1; I don’t expect season 2 to be released)
  • Trigun (all 8 volumes)
  • The Twilight Zone (2002 series)
  • Twin Peaks (both seasons, both movies)
  • V (original miniseries, followup miniseries, and regular series)
  • Wonder Woman (seasons 2-3; season 1 has been reviewed)
  • Wonderfalls (complete series)
  • X-Men (1990s series; volumes 1-4 available now, with final volume 5 expected in spring)
  • X-Men: Evolution (seasons 1-3 available; season 4 may never be released)
  • The Zeta Project (season 1)

Non-genre shows

  • 24: Season One
  • Alfred Hitchcock Presents (seasons 1-4)
  • America’s Dumbest Criminals (complete series)
  • C.S.I. – Seasons 8 and 9
  • C.S.I. Miami – Seasons 1-3
  • C.S.I. NY – Seasons 1-3
  • Castle: Season 1
  • Due South: Season Four
  • Extras – Season 2 or finale special
  • Get Smart (seasons 1-5)
  • House, M.D. (seasons 3-5)
  • Monty Python’s Flying Circus (16 ton megaset)
  • My Name Is Earl (seasons 1-4)
  • Newsradio (all 5 seasons)
  • Remington Steele (seasons 3-5)
  • The Rockford Files (seasons 1-6, movie collection 1)
  • She Spies (season 1)
  • The Simpsons (seasons 1, 6, 7)

If you have preferences, voice them below, or send me a direct e-mail, and I’ll see what I can do.

20 replies on “Vote for Upcoming Reviews”

  1. It’s fairly reasonable to say that Twin Peaks is Genre.

    Also, I’ll just voice my vote for Evangelion

  2. Tekzel says:

    Ahhh, Reaper. One of the best shows to fall in the great purging of ’09. You will be missed.

    Oh, can’t really vote for anything. Reviews are meaningless to me. I form my own opinions on everything, and only read reviews afterward to compare notes.

  3. Rabit says:

    I’m interested in hearing what you think about these to help me decide if I want to watch them:
    – Farscape
    – Neon Genesis Evangelion
    – Castle

    I’m interested in hearing what you think about these because I’d like to compare with my own thoughts:
    – Dollhouse
    – Sliders S1-2 (I could care about anything after that…)
    – Wonderfalls

    • Fez says:

      You want to watch Castle. Trust me, you do. Everyone should. It’s still in production, unlike much of the other material, too.

      It’s not genre, but it’s worth anyone’s time.

  4. Damien says:

    Chuck, Dollhouse, The Greatest American Hero, Twin Peaks.

  5. Damien says:

    Oh, and Castle, can’t forget Captain Tightpants.

  6. When this was posted, I’d already watched 8 of Castle’s 10 first season episodes. Based on these comments, that’s a guaranteed review, likely in March (as every other weekend review up to February 27 has already been allocated.)

  7. lunadude says:

    * Aeon Flux (complete series)
    * Battlestar Galactica (1978 series, including Galactica 1980)
    * Futurama (volumes 2-4 and the specials)
    * Land of the Lost (seasons 2-3)
    * Lexx: The Dark Zone (all four seasons)
    * Neon Genesis Evangelion (platinum collection)
    * The Outer Limits (complete original series)
    * Red Dwarf (seasons 2-8)

  8. JD DeLuzio says:

    Teddy Ruxpin? Really?

    Also Twin Peaks, Get Smart, and Alfred Hitchcock sort of squeak in.

    At least, they do for me. Before Teddy Ruxpin. Bear in mind, that’s just my opinion.

  9. obiwan says:

    Chuck!

  10. Erf says:

    Spouse and I looked over your list; here’s the stuff that caught our eyes. (Blaine’s already seen Spouse’s list and replied by email, but I’ll just repost it here as-is for discussion. :)

    First, my list. To help you narrow it down, I’m probably most interested in your reviews of Astroboy and DS9. (That said, I’d be quite interested in reviews of anything on your list, genre or no! :)

    Astroboy: Loved it as a kid.
    Battlestar Galactica: Very curious is this is actually bad or if it has enough redeeming qualities to make it enjoyable. (Skip “1980”, though, except to enjoy as a Really Bad Movie. The very existence of that movie doesn’t speak highly of the series, come to think of it…)
    Darkwing Duck: Saw this sporadically and enjoyed it. I’ve heard it’s actually often deeper than it looks, too. True?
    Dead Like Me: As Spouse mentioned, fantastic but depressing show. Looking forward to watching the rest, eventually.
    Farscape: Weird but awesome show; it’d be interesting to get your perspective on a season (or the series).
    Final Fantasy Unlimited: Never heard of it, but now I want to. :)
    Incredible Hulk (Bixby): This was very popular, IIRC. How’s it stand up to time?
    Legend of Zelda: I’ve heard terrible things, but hey, it’s Legend of Zelda!
    Neon Genesis Evangelion: I’ve seen the first episode and that’s it, but I’d be very interested to hear your take on it as someone who doesn’t watch anime regularly.
    Star Trek: I’ve discussed and seen reviews of individual episodes, but I’m very interested in reviews of whole seasons. DS9 in particular.
    Super Friends: Was this show as terrible as my memory says?
    Get Smart: It is _too_ genre. :) I remember it was fun; was it good?

    Spouse’s list (written by her):

    Astroboy: saw when it first came out, loved it. Want to know if it
    stands up to being watched as an adult.
    Dead Like Me: I’ve only seen the first episode, and cried buckets.
    Couldn’t go back to it at the time (depression issues), but some day I
    intend to watch the rest of the season we own. It’s excellent.
    Legend of Zelda: Do I need to give a reason? It’s Legend of Zelda!
    (also: is it good or does it suck?)
    Start Trek stuff: I was a hard core trekkie/trekker/whatever for
    probably 14 years. Voyager almost managed to kill my interest, and
    Enterprise finished it off. But the three you list I want to rewatch
    myself. :)
    Alfred Hitchcock Presents: I’ve gotten my dad a few seasons as
    Christmas gifts. Really enjoyed watching them, even though I’m
    generally not into things that creep you out. Particularly loved the
    one episode (first season?) that ends with “The butler really _did_ do
    it!” :)
    Stargate: like B5, saw it when it first came out, loved it, but then
    got busy with school and didn’t get to watch the rest. Unlike B5, do
    not have a husband who owns the whole set. But I remember loving it.
    And John Scalzi is a creative consultant on the latest one, and I love
    his blog. :) http://whatever.scalzi.com/
    Rockford Files: I remember watching with my parents, and really enjoying.

  11. Fozzy_Bear says:

    A lot of people wrote quite a bit already, so I’ll be brief. If I had to pick just one of those off the list, it would be Farscape. Clear and away. Others from that group would be a tough choice for inclusion into my “top five” list, but Farscape is #1 .

    Just to continue for a very short side note: right after watching Farscape, go back and rewatch the 200th episode of Stargate SG1 again. – You’ll thank me.

    .

  12. TheDawgLives says:

    1) Darkwing Duck
    2) Dark Angel
    3) Dead Like Me
    4) Reaper
    5) Star Trek: TOS
    7) Star Trek: TNG
    6) Star Trek: DSN

    That should keep you busy for a while!

  13. GrimSean says:

    Farscape would be great, as would Slings & Arrows.

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