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Horror Clix - HorrorClix Releases - Collector's Sets and Action Packs
... were later made available through regular commercial channels, and renamed Action Packs ... to the HorrorClix starter set, these packs featured a number of pre-selected figures, Plot Twist cards, and maps, from across the horror entertainment spectrum ... AVP Alien Queen - Released on February 21, 2007, this action pack features a two-stage Queen, usable with attached egg sack or without, as well as an exclusive Alien figure, an exclusive Predator figure, a map ...
Action Pack (Universal Television) - Series History
... Hollywood Premiere Network in 1990-91, in 1994, the Action Pack initially ran a series of television movies, which led to the run of several television shows the following year ... After Hercules ended its run in January 2000, the Universal Action Pack launched the Back2Back Action Hour and picked up two thirty minute series Jack of All Trades and Cleopatra 2525 to air ... After Xena, the most successful series on the Action Pack, completed airing its final season's reruns in the summer of 2001, Cleopatra 2525 also stopped production and the Action Pack series ...
Amstrad Action - Features and Editorial Style - Cover Tapes
... Action Pack #1 AA67, dated April 1990, came with the first of the permanent cover tapes called Action Pack #1, along with a new cover price of £2.20 ... Action Pack #2 This tape caused some controversy among the readers as one of the featured games How To Be A Complete Bastard featured mild swearing, plus the ... Stormlord Censored December 1993 AA99’s Serious Action cover tape included the complete Stormlord game, albeit a censored version ...
Action Pack (Universal Television)
... Action Pack is series of television movies and television series created by Universal Television that aired in syndication from 1994 until 2001 ... The Action Pack included two hours of various television series distributed by Renaissance Pictures and MCA/Universal ...

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