Arrow Arrow: The Complete First Season Blu-ray - September 17th

And that's probably why it's struggling in the ratings.
Arrow - 'The Complete 1st Season' Formally Announced on Blu, DVD: Finalized Date, Boxes, Extras
This past March we reported that Arrow - The Complete 1st Season is coming to DVD and Blu-ray Disc this September. At the time, the early info we had from Warner's public website showed a September 10th release date, but now the studio's finalized this title with a street date one week later, on September 17th.

Pricing is confirmed at $59.98 SRP for the 5-disc DVD version, and $69.97 SRP for the Blu-ray version. Package art, shown below, is the same as what we've previously brought you, except that the Blu-ray version has been updated across the top to show that it's actually a 9-disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo set. That one also includes an UltraViolet digital version of all 23 episodes. Here's the list of extras that Warner Home Video provided:

Arrow Comes Alive! - From the minds of Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg comes Arrow, with its solid nod toward the roots of the famous DC Comics character. These two creative forces, along with their stellar cast, will guide this documentary, as they describe their modern update of the Green Arrow for a television audience.

Arrow: Fight School/Stunt School (featurette) - From expertly choreographed fights, to stunts that give feature films a run for their money; Arrow takes aim to present the best that television can offer. Experience the extraordinary effort that goes into each stunt sequence.

Deleted Scenes

Gag Reel

Arrow/ at Paley Fest 2013 - Highlights from the Paley Fest 2013 Arrow panel, including the cast and producers.

Ehh, it's a good cover. The scars on his body gives a good enough reason to have him shirtless.

And really, I've seen enough covers to other stuff that featured a half naked woman and not been bothered, to say "okay" accept that.
There is a seprate DVD release and yet I can't buy the BLU-RAY edition as a stand-alone. DUMB.
Are there really no commentaries on any of the episodes? Seriously?
Just bought the Blu Ray... And yeah, there are no commentaries. It's actually quite a sparse box set, the episodes and only a couple of extras... Which makes the £30 cost a little high IMHO (though I obviously still bought it).

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