Most folks have had their eye on July 30th for the release of G.I. Joe: Retaliation, but folks who are antsy to get their mitts on the film and watch it again for the first time since March, your prayers will (or already have been) answered today!
G.I. Joe: Retaliation will be released digitally today on July 16th. Folks who pre-ordered the film should have access to the digital version through Ultraviolet, and Apple’s iTunes store, as well as the Google Play store has the film ready to download right now. Check out the theatrical release in SD for $14.99 or HD for $19.99.
Congrats, G.I. Joe fans, we officially live in a world where we can watch G.I. Joe: Retaliation any time we want to! Doesn’t it feel good?
Since G.I. Joe: Renegades ceased airing new episodes on The Hub, I’ve been asked quite a bit where to find the episodes online. My answer is always the same – iTunes. With the full season uploaded in HD quality, iTunes is the best place to get these episodes, and I’m proud to say I have them all, and love being able to watch them at a moment’s notice.
But the full season of iTunes episodes was a little on the pricey side, especially for the HD episodes. However, the full season is now pretty deeply discounted on the iTunes music store. You can currently get the full season in Standard Definition for $29.99, and you can get them in HD for $39.99 but only through January 4th, 2012. I think that’s a pretty decent price, and I’ll readily admit I paid a lot more myself.
This is awesome news! I’ve been dying for a good way to watch HD renders of the G.I. Joe: Renegades cartoons, and now we’ve got it. Apple’s iTunes service has begun offering HD versions of the G.I. Joe: Renegades animated series through the iTunes store.
Currently they have every episode that has aired so far (and listed in their correct order at that!). The first episode is free for both SD and HD versions. I’m currently downloading the HD copy and will let everyone know how it turns out. If I like it, I’ll try and figure out if I want to spring $2.99 per episode going forward.
Not knowing whether a Blu-Ray release is coming or not, this might be a good fall back. Clicking this link will redirect you right there!