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5.0 out of 5 stars "It's about time!" would be an understatement..., March 9, 2008
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This review is from: The Invisible Man: Season 1 (DVD)
...because I've been waiting for this show to come out on DVD since it was cancelled. I was beginning to lose hope that it would EVER come out on DVD, but thank goodness I was wrong! ^_^!

I watched this show for its entire run on the SciFi channel, and even now it's one of my favorite television shows. The humor was so dry and wonderful, and the story was incredible! I loved Vincent Ventresca's sardonic and surprisingly deep portrayal of a former con-man thrown into a completely new situation with his new-found powers, and Paul Ben-Victor's and Eddie Jones' characters had me cracking up for the full 42 minutes!

I highly recommend this show to anyone who enjoys comedy, drama, action, adventure, science, fiction, science-fiction, or cop shows, because this delightful show is a well-turned mix of all of them. Thank you Universal for finally getting this mini-masterpiece out on DVD! The only question I have now is: when is season 2 coming out? ^_^!
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Initial post: Mar 23, 2008 4:23:24 PM PDT
I guess you are "Gay" with anticipation over the release of the invisible man, but in what sense does that equal a review? Who really cares that you are happy it is being released. Next time wait until it is released and then write a review!!

Posted on Apr 3, 2008 9:43:31 PM PDT
D. Brown says:
What killed me was the animosity between Hobbes and Eberts. "Diseased" had me dying when everyone went over to the sick Darien's home and Hobbes and Eberts got into it, with The Official saying over and over again "don't antagonize him! don't antagonize him!" omg
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