More than a year ago, it brought explosions to Cleveland.

Four months ago, it dominated the box office.

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This week, Marvel's "The Avengers" can land in your own home where you can repeatedly gaze at the explosive scenes that brought eruptions, fire and action to the streets of downtown Cleveland.

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The movie is being released in multiple different options on Tuesday, Sept. 25. The most juiced up edition is the four-disc combo pack. It includes the 3D Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray, DVD, digital copy and digital music download. It's listed at $24.99 on

It comes with a slew of special features, including an alternate opening, audio commentary with director Joss Whedon, extended scenes, deleted scenes, a gag reel, an alternate ending and a pair of featurettes.

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Sharing those same special features is the Blu-ray/DVD edition, which is listed online at $19.99.

At the end of the spectrum is the plain DVD release, which is about as bare bones as it can get. For $16.99, the one-disc set includes the film, audio commentary and one featurette.

When the film was released on May 4, it was an instantcash machine and has raked in nearly $683 million to date. Worldwide, the movie has brought in more than $1.5 billion, which makes it the third-highest grossing movie of all time, according to Box Office Mojo.

A sequel to the movie, set to be directed by Joss Whedon once again, is slated for release on May 1, 2015.