It is relevant. My only point is that if you don't need rating logos printed on the front of a movie box set, then you don't need them printed on the front of a pet slip. Other movie studios have released steelbooks in the UK without the ratings logos printed directly on the pet slips, so not sure why Lionsgate chooses to keep doing that. It's an unnecessary choice. They can easily use stickers regardless of what they have done in the past. What you said makes no sense. There are no different ratings laws for movie box sets and steelbooks with pet slips.That's not a SteelBook release with a Pet Slip so it's irrelevant to compare
It's a Amaray release in a Slipbox
Lionsgate UK SteelBooks with Pet Slip the age rating logos have always been printed on the slip
The Pet Slip is just another type of Jcard in regards to UK SteelBooks from Lionsgate UK that's why the reverse of pet slips has release info and front and reverse has age rating logos
If the SteelBook was not using a Pet Slip and cardboard or plastic Jcard was used instead it would be the same UK age ratings on front and back with release info
Germany has three steelbooks, and the Zhang art variant is available on Amazon, but it's also without a PET slip.Doesn't look like it unfortunately. I think amazon germany only have the red art, and italy don't have a pet. I'm going to have to import the US copy now, pissed...
= True IF only buying 1 edition ever.Ratings Logos + 4K disc > No ratings logos and no 4K disc
I think both of those are Blu-Ray/DVD only.Germany has three steelbooks, and the Zhang art variant is available on Amazon, but it's also without a PET slip.
The Walmart one is cheaper than UK, or at least equally expensive with shipping, but has the 6 dual-sided cards!