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    Default Dr. Strange Best Buy US/Cnd Steelbook (3D and separate 2D versions)

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    No idea why they would do the 2 versions, but I'm all over the 3D copy (since I missed it in theatres)
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    It's not up on the Canadian Site.

    Not sure if I'll grab this version over the Zavvi version. The Zavvi art hasn't been finalized. I do rather like this design though.

    It is a bit ridiculous to have two different steelbook releases where the only real difference is the inclusion of a 3D disc in one of them....Goes to show how marginalized the 3D market is here, those that don't bother with 3D are apparently allergic to sets that include 3D copies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow of Death View Post
    It is a bit ridiculous to have two different steelbook releases where the only real difference is the inclusion of a 3D disc in one of them....Goes to show how marginalized the 3D market is here, those that don't bother with 3D are apparently allergic to sets that include 3D copies?
    More likely, it's just an excuse to charge $5 more for the 3D disc.
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    The artwork on the UK release is likely going to be the same as this one.

    I am at a point now with releases like this to say - No UHD, No Sale.
    I am a mild Marvel fan so I have a close to zero chance of double dipping, so I wait.
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    Film Arena has it listed, same cover art. Reinforces my thoughts about Zavvi cover likely being the same as well.
    http://www.filmarena.cz/blu-ray-doct...e-na-steelbook
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    ... and Zavvi has updated their artwork as well to be the same (surprise.)
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