Volume 7 DVD
Vol. 7 Features

Episodes 24-26
Audio Commentary: None
Interview: None
IGPX Mini-Series: None
Other Extras: Textless Opening, Textless Ending, and IGPX Video Game Trailer

Release Date: December 5th, 2006
Episode Content: 8 out of 10*
Features and Extras: 4 out of 10
Overall Score: 6 out of 10

*Read the Episode Guides for Episode 24-26 for individual reviews and scores.

Episode Guide Links

Episode 24: Winner's Circle
Episode 25: Hostile Contradiction
Episode 26: The End...and The Beginning
DVD Features and Extras Review

I think the Features and Extras score has lowered one point come every new DVD. Sorry, but the textless opening and ending doesn't do
much for me. I guess purists will be happy. And it seems that somebody is trying to put in a shameless plug for the IGPX Video Game via
the trailer, in case you missed it. Still, I'm paying quite a bit for these DVDs and not getting much extras. At the end of a whopping seven
disc series (should have been six), and looking back, it's been quite a disappointment towards the end. I'm not talking about the episodes,
of course. I'm talking about these DVD releases. The reasons for releasing seven, instead of the proposed six, DVD volumes is obvious.
Bandai is a company, and companies like money. It's that simple. Thankfully, there are the Toonami Box Sets. But I've been saying this
for a while-you've got to understand the differences in order to determine what you want to buy. Obviously, the only way to get the
Japanese language track is with these DVDs. For everyone else who just wants the English versions, you've still got to remember that you
are buying versions that are Uncut here, and cut on the Toonami versions. Even though the Toonami versions have, hands-down, better
audio mixes and music choices, if you still want the originals, they're here. And they are not for a cheap price.
Volume 7 Information
Below is the screenshot for the Volume 7 DVD. Right below that is the review. Check it out!