The adventure continues with Superman II as three villainous Kryptonians (Douglas, O
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD picture exhibits intentionally soft images, but detail is nicely rendered. Colors are dated, but well balanced, with natural fleshtones, and generally deep blacks. Contrast is mediocre, but shadow delineation should be pleasing throughout. As with the original Superman, Warner did a nice job with this transfer. There is no obtrusive pixelization or edge enhancement, and few source element artifacts are noticed. (Suzanne Hodges)
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No one covers the issues in more detail than Widescreen Review. No one else has the breadth and depth of different review systems on which to base transfer quality opinions. Gary Reber has given more editorial space to important Home Theatre trends and technologies than anyone in the industry, AND he has Joe Kane and Greg Rogers on his staff as advisors/columnists. 'Nuff said.