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Old 07-26-08, 01:34 PM
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The X-Men 90s cartoon seasons are getting released in the UK now (PAL dvd)
I remember reading that they were going to and I looked it up and it's being released on my birthday. But like Are You Afraid of the Dark? I'll have to wait for a stateside release and then wait for the Complete Series set... If they do it here like they are in the UK (Season One, Part One) I'll have to wait for 5 seasons worth. Hopefully two seasons can be on one release in some cases. How can it be released in the UK but not US?
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I can't find any Buzz Lightyear: Space Ranger cartoons on DVD. That is a huge want for me. They really need to release it.
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GI Joe & TMNT has already been released on DVD
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C.O.P.S. the animated series
Hasn't that been out for a while?
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Originally Posted by darkhawk
C.O.P.S. the animated series
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Hasn't that been out for a while?
Yep, at least a coupla years.
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Old 07-26-08, 10:25 PM
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Originally Posted by resinrats
GI Joe & TMNT has already been released on DVD
Uh yeah,... that's why I said re-release or better release.
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Old 07-26-08, 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by resinrats
GI Joe & TMNT has already been released on DVD
I want a Complete Series release for TMNT, not the Volume Releases that eventually change into Season Releases.

And once again I say...Rocko's Modern Life. Release that and all will be well in the Cartoon DVD World.
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Old 07-26-08, 10:49 PM
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"It's possibuhl!" "It's possibuhl!"
Fixed.

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Old 07-26-08, 11:30 PM
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I'd love to see Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures from the late 80s on DVD. Bakshi did a great job with the series, and one look at the list of people involved reads like a who's who of animation in the 90's+.

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Originally Posted by dvd-4-life
There was also a animated series from the 60s that was banned due to references to Post cereals that I would like too see.
Oh yeah, I remember that one, Linus the Lion-Hearted!



The voices were supplied by talents like Sheldon Leonard, Jonathan Winters, Ruth Buzzi and Carl Reiner. The characters of the show all had their own Post cereal:

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Originally Posted by resinrats
GI Joe & TMNT has already been released on DVD
GI Joe has not had a full release.
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Old 07-27-08, 01:17 AM
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Originally Posted by beebs
I'd love to see Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures from the late 80s on DVD. Bakshi did a great job with the series, and one look at the list of people involved reads like a who's who of animation in the 90's+.

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Of all the unreleased animation, that would probably top my list. I don't know why I didn't think of mentioning it here. The show broke boundaries, and pulled my butt out of bed on Saturday mornings well into my late teen years when I thought I would be past the time to get up to watch Saturday morning cartoons.

Oh, man...that series was gold!

Where is the DVD on this? You mean to tell me the "drug" usage is still haunting this show?

Even more shocking is nobody is on the IMDB message board demanding for the DVD release.

Over at tvshowsondvd.com, it's 595th in ranking for unreleased shows. Not too shabby considering that's over all TV shows, not just animation. Not quite as impressive as Rocko's Modern Life #21 slot, but I suppose still strong for a show that's been off the air for 20 years now and virtually forgotten.

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Of all the unreleased animation, that would probably top my list. I don't know why I didn't think of mentioning it here. The show broke boundaries, and pulled my butt out of bed on Saturday mornings well into my late teen years when I thought I would be past the time to get up to watch Saturday morning cartoons.

Oh, man...that series was gold!

Where is the DVD on this? You mean to tell me the "drug" usage is still haunting this show?

Even more shocking is nobody is on the IMDB message board demanding for the DVD release.

Over at tvshowsondvd.com, it's 595th in ranking for unreleased shows. Not too shabby considering that's over all TV shows, not just animation. Not quite as impressive as Rocko's Modern Life #21 slot, but I suppose still strong for a show that's been off the air for 20 years now and virtually forgotten.
Oddly, as a huge fan of the original cartoon, I have never heard of this one.

I'm grabbing the few episodes they made now and will give it a watch.

These are the good threads that tend to show people what they might be missing
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Old 07-27-08, 11:36 PM
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I'd love to see:

Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night

Yogi Bear and the Spruce Moose (or Goose, something like that).

The Care Bears Movie III - Adventures in Wonderland

The Smurfs - The Magic Flute

...and any other childhood favorite movies I've forgotten about.
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Old 07-28-08, 12:19 AM
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Ronin Warriors was released by Bandai but its license expired a few years back. Knew I should have bought the complete collection when it was out...
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Old 07-28-08, 11:23 AM
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Old 07-28-08, 11:58 AM
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Tarantino stole my vote for Doug.

But I would love to see more Rocky and Bullwinkle, Eek The Cat, uncut Ren & Stimpy, Capitol Critters, Family Dog, 2 Stupid Dogs and SWAT Cats.
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Old 07-28-08, 12:02 PM
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I'd also like the see the few episodes that were created by Ralph Bakshi, his short lived 'Mighty Mouse' show.
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Old 07-28-08, 06:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Giles
I'd also like the see the few episodes that were created by Ralph Bakshi, his short lived 'Mighty Mouse' show.
It was more than a few. It got a two season run on TV. IMDB lists nineteen episodes in total, but I've also read it had 38 episodes. I am not sure which is accurate...somebody on the IMDB message board claims to have all 38 episodes from Ebay.

While I realize that's less than average animated shows, it would make a great release to put all the episodes in one set.

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Old 07-28-08, 07:33 PM
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Of all the unreleased animation, that would probably top my list. I don't know why I didn't think of mentioning it here. The show broke boundaries, and pulled my butt out of bed on Saturday mornings well into my late teen years when I thought I would be past the time to get up to watch Saturday morning cartoons.

Oh, man...that series was gold!

Where is the DVD on this? You mean to tell me the "drug" usage is still haunting this show?

Even more shocking is nobody is on the IMDB message board demanding for the DVD release.

Over at tvshowsondvd.com, it's 595th in ranking for unreleased shows. Not too shabby considering that's over all TV shows, not just animation. Not quite as impressive as Rocko's Modern Life #21 slot, but I suppose still strong for a show that's been off the air for 20 years now and virtually forgotten.
I third (or fourth) Bakshi's Mighty Mouse, the New Adventures. I mean, they even guest starred the Mighty Heroes, all grown up.

I also third M.A.S.K., even those lame later years where it was all grand prix stuff.

I'm surprised Disney hasn't released the New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh yet. they did all of the other old shows, right (Duck Tales, Tail Spin, Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck)? What about Gargoyles?

Has Exo-Squad been released?

As a huge old-school anime fan:

I'd kill for a better Star Blazers release with the Japanese version included.

Also Tranzor Z (Mazinger Z). And Time Fighters (Time Bokan).

I always liked the Mighty Orbots, though they weren't technically anime.

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Oh, and Spiral Zone.

Unfortunately, I think a lot of cartoons I remember fondly won't stand the test of time. Starcom, Visionaries, Sectaurs, Air Raiders, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Blackstar... I remember them all, but mostly for their toy lines and the way they'd market the new toys coming out.

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