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rufus 07-11-2013 08:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Powder (Post 1122030)
Likewise.

Can someone give me an exact episode list for each disc given one of the duplicates was allegedly removed? If I can get that I will flex my graphic design skills to make us an insert for inside the DVD to let you know what eps are on what discs and such. You could then get it printed up at Walgreens or something. :)

Disc 1:
Beneath these streets
Turtles on trial
Attack of the 50 foot irma
Skyturtles
The maltese hamster
The old switcheroo
Burnes blues
The fifth turtle
Enter the rat king
Turtles at the earths core
April fool
Attack of the big macc

Disc 2
The ninja sword of nowhere
20,000 leaks under the sea
Take me to your leader
Four musketurtles
Turtles, turtles, everywhere
Cowabunga shredhead
Invasion of the turtles snatchers
Camera bugged
Green with jealousy
Return of the fly
Casey jones outlaw hero
Mutagen monster

Disc 3
Corporate raiders from dimension x
Pizza by the shred
Super bebop and mighty rocksteady
Beware the lotus
Blast from the past
Leatherhead!terror of the swamp
Michaelangelos birthday
Usagi yojimbo
Case of the hot kimono
Usagi come home
The making of metalhead
Leatherhead meets the ratking

Disc 4
The turtle terminator
The great boldini
The missing map
The gangs all here
The grybyx
Mister ogg goes to town
Shredderville
Bye bye fly
The big rip off
The big break in
The big blow out
Plan six from outer space.

Powder 07-11-2013 08:42 PM

Thanks! I'll see what I can whip up and post before Monday!

FlogginMcMurryZombiePizza 07-12-2013 01:21 PM

Just bought mine. My first animated series purchase haha Haven't seen these since I was a kid.
Instant nostalgia as soon as the opening started. Awesome.
Really old previews before the menu though.

I'm curious what are the Season 1 and 2 sets that match this one?
'cus I seen a ton of the shows DVDs but I never kept track of what was where... they seemed like partial seasons and collections. Some had sculpted faces on the cases, some came with toys and looked like pizza boxes and etc (I know there was a set cut as "4 slices" that came with toys and together made a season, or something).

It's a lot to track and organize though so I never have because I don't know where to start.

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Originally Posted by Powder (Post 1122075)
Thanks! I'll see what I can whip up and post before Monday!

That's awesome man!
I would love to supply art for the inserts but my work station is still not with me.

Gyt Kaliba 07-12-2013 01:43 PM

I had that same problem Floggin, which is why it took me forever to start picking up the series. The divisions they did for the releases are/were kinda weird and hard to keep track of. It's a little simpler with the addition of this set though.

'Volume 1' is 'Season 1', which is the original 5-episode 'mini-series' that started it all. 'Volume 2' (which I myself just ordered) is 'Season 2', which is the next 13 episodes from there. You already got Season 3. So from there, everything else you'd need to get, you can just get in Season set form, as you won't need any more fo the single volumes - that is, unless you really wanted those little toys that the split version of Season 7 came with or something.

If you're not adverse to ordering online, Wal-mart.com has all of the sets for pretty cheap, I think the most expensive one was $20, but most are in the $10-ish range. And you can even order without a card now, you just have to go pay in the store to process the order, and it'll then be shipped to the store for you to pick up. It's hella nifty.

rufus 07-12-2013 01:44 PM

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Originally Posted by FlogginMcMurryZombiePizza (Post 1122260)
Just bought mine. My first animated series purchase haha Haven't seen these since I was a kid.
Instant nostalgia as soon as the opening started. Awesome.
Really old previews before the menu though.

I'm curious what are the Season 1 and 2 sets that match this one?
'cus I seen a ton of the shows DVDs but I never kept track of what was where... they seemed like partial seasons and collections. Some had sculpted faces on the cases, some came with toys and looked like pizza boxes and etc (I know there was a set cut as "4 slices" that came with toys and together made a season, or something).

It's a lot to track and organize though so I never have because I don't know where to start.


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in order of seasons from left to right.
1,2,3,4(raph face)5,(pizza box)6(comic bookish cover)

Note. Season 7 also has individual releases called slices with the turtles name.

FlogginMcMurryZombiePizza 07-12-2013 01:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Gyt Kaliba (Post 1122268)
I had that same problem Floggin, which is why it took me forever to start picking up the series. The divisions they did for the releases are/were kinda weird and hard to keep track of. It's a little simpler with the addition of this set though.

'Volume 1' is 'Season 1', which is the original 5-episode 'mini-series' that started it all. 'Volume 2' (which I myself just ordered) is 'Season 2', which is the next 13 episodes from there. You already got Season 3. So from there, everything else you'd need to get, you can just get in Season set form, as you won't need any more fo the single volumes - that is, unless you really wanted those little toys that the split version of Season 7 came with or something.

If you're not adverse to ordering online, Wal-mart.com has all of the sets for pretty cheap, I think the most expensive one was $20, but most are in the $10-ish range. And you can even order without a card now, you just have to go pay in the store to process the order, and it'll then be shipped to the store for you to pick up. It's hella nifty.

Cool. I seen the first set, that came out ages ago.
The 2nd set has Leo and Mike on it then? There wasn't a re-release or anything before "Season 3" with the "Season 2" name and different art or anything? Because the following "Volume 3" that matches the 2nd set as far as art goes is only another 12 episode set as opposed to the current and superior complete 47 episode collection.

And then they will continue to release these season sets onward?
Man... I if had the $100+ for that Turtle Van collection...

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Originally Posted by rufus (Post 1122269)
in order of seasons from left to right.
1,2,3,4(raph face)5,(pizza box)6(comic bookish cover)

Note. Season 7 also has individual releases called slices with the turtles name.

Cool. Thanks for the pics! That helps.
These are all complete seasons then?
That's what was getting me confused. Recycled art and cutting the seasons up and then putting them together, etc.

rufus 07-12-2013 02:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FlogginMcMurryZombiePizza (Post 1122260)
Just bought mine. My first animated series purchase haha Haven't seen these since I was a kid.
Instant nostalgia as soon as the opening started. Awesome.
Really old previews before the menu though.

I'm curious what are the Season 1 and 2 sets that match this one?
'cus I seen a ton of the shows DVDs but I never kept track of what was where... they seemed like partial seasons and collections. Some had sculpted faces on the cases, some came with toys and looked like pizza boxes and etc (I know there was a set cut as "4 slices" that came with toys and together made a season, or something).

It's a lot to track and organize though so I never have because I don't know where to start.



That's awesome man!
I would love to supply art for the inserts but my work station is still not with me.

Quote:

Originally Posted by FlogginMcMurryZombiePizza (Post 1122273)
Cool. I seen the first set, that came out ages ago.
The 2nd set has Leo and Mike on it then? There wasn't a re-release or anything before "Season 3" with the "Season 2" name and different art or anything? Because the following "Volume 3" that matches the 2nd set as far as art goes is only another 12 episode set as opposed to the current and superior complete 47 episode collection.

And then they will continue to release these season sets onward?
Man... I if had the $100+ for that Turtle Van collection...



Cool. Thanks for the pics! That helps.
These are all complete seasons then?
That's what was getting me confused. Recycled art and cutting the seasons up and then putting them together, etc.

they are all complete seasons.
If you see tmnt dds that say vol 3,4,5,6 and have the same art style as vol 2, those are the old single releases of what is season 3. Season 2(known as vol 2) only has one release. hope I didn't make that sound confusing.

CyberCubed 07-12-2013 02:16 PM

I'm surprised you guys haven't been getting them as they went along. I marathoned the show 10 times through the DVDs already, and that's all 193 episodes.

The show is meant to be rewatched non-stop.

Gyt Kaliba 07-12-2013 02:28 PM

I wasn't back into TMNT full force as they came out, and may have been busy buying other shows at the time anyway. When did these first start slowly trickling out? If it was anything like 2007-2009, I was probably too focused on picking up the Dragon Ball/Z/GT season sets. :P

CyberCubed 07-12-2013 02:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Gyt Kaliba (Post 1122289)
I wasn't back into TMNT full force as they came out, and may have been busy buying other shows at the time anyway. When did these first start slowly trickling out? If it was anything like 2007-2009, I was probably too focused on picking up the Dragon Ball/Z/GT season sets. :P

Season 1 came out back in 2004. They started when the second season of the 4kids show was airing. It's been nearly a decade since these sets began.

Gyt Kaliba 07-12-2013 02:58 PM

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Originally Posted by CyberCubed (Post 1122305)
Season 1 came out back in 2004. They started when the second season of the 4kids show was airing. It's been nearly a decade since these sets began.

Ahhh, then at that point, I probably just didn't have near as much money to spend. I didn't graduate high school until 2007, so in 2004, I was in...9th grade. I may not have even started my job yet by then...and I was definitely not quite back into TMNT as heavily yet. So yeah, that'd be why I wasn't nabbing them as they came out.

gobo 07-12-2013 03:00 PM

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Originally Posted by CyberCubed (Post 1122284)
The show is meant to be rewatched non-stop.

That's quite some enthusiasm you got there. :trazz:

Leo656 07-12-2013 04:32 PM

:lol: I was gonna say, "I love the enthusiasm, but I can't handle that show in a marathon run." :lol:

Much love to those who can, it's just usually by the time I get done with one season at a time, I need a palate cleanser. I'm like that with almost every show I love, though. A whole season of ANY show is a lot to take in, let alone one as balls-out goofy as the original TMNT. I can't watch more than one season of the newer shows at a time either, though.

CyberCubed 07-12-2013 07:34 PM

I rewatch the entire OT around every 2 years. Its much easier now that the DVD sets are complete.

Even just watching 3 episodes a day only takes 66 minutes, so you can speed through the series in no time flat.

Leo656 07-12-2013 07:49 PM

Awesome. I work a lot, and sleep a lot, so I'm only home and awake for a couple hours a day, and my wife gets final say over what we watch. And she LOVES the OT, and pretty much every TMNT incarnation (she actually did not even entirely hate Venus, seriously). But an hour or so a day for a week or two straight would pretty much not happen. :lol:

We do try it with lots of shows, but we rarely stick it out. Probably because we have too many shows on DVD to watch as it is and are easily distracted. Every time we come home with a new one, the temptation is there to abandon whatever we last had in the DVD player and watch the shiny new thing we just paid for, even if we fully intend to go back to the other show in a day or two. Just never really happens. She still hasn't seen how the original Thundercats ended and we've had that set for over ten years. :lol:

gobo 07-12-2013 09:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Leo656 (Post 1122432)
She still hasn't seen how the original Thundercats ended and we've had that set for over ten years. :lol:

Keep it that way. It was nearly as bad as how the new Tcats ended.

Leo656 07-12-2013 09:23 PM

:lol::lol::lol:
C'mooooooooon maaaaaaaaaaan, it wasn't THAT bad. :lol:

Nah seriously, if we made it through "New Adventures of He-Man" then we absolutely have to finish Thundercats. That'd just be f*cking wrong. :lol:


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