Now Is The Time To Buy A Bundle Of Marvel Blu-rays

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James Mangold’s The Wolverine arrives in cinemas next week and I’m happy to report that it’s a really solid Wolverine film with some great action direction from Mangold.

It’s the latest in a series of Marvel films from 2oth Century Fox that are now running parallel with Disney’s Marvel films. I probably lean more towards Disney’s Marvel films than Fox’s but I’m very keen on Singer’s first two X-Men films and Vaughn’s recent X-Men: First Class.

Amazon are currently running a deal on a nine film bundle of Fox’s Marvel films on Blu-ray and for today only you can pick it up for just $59.99, which is 70% off.

As far as I can tell these discs are all region locked so if you live outside of America you will need a region-free player.

If, like me, you’re not such a fan of all of these films you can actually get the X-Men Trilogy and X-Men: First Class for a combined price of just under $35 right now. But considering the discounted price for the nine film bundle I may give those other Fox/Marvel films another shot.

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