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Pokemon All Stars Box Set 1


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  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 10
  • Studio: VIZ Media
  • Release Date: July 1 2007
  • Run Time: 750 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000NNK4SC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,271 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RamonaFlowers on Sept. 22 2010
This box set is a good value. Considering it contains 10 DVD's each containing three episodes. To buy one of those DVD's seperately generally costs around $11.00...whereas the box set was priced at $30.00
It's a good collection if you like Pokemon, but it does not contain any special features.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
A decent box set for someone wanting to get some Pokemon episodes relatively cheaply Feb. 20 2008
By Lesley Aeschliman - Published on Amazon.com
Pokemon All-Stars is a ten-disc DVD set that was released to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokemon. Each DVD features a Pokemon character, and the disc is supposed to include episodes that feature the Pokemon on the box. On a couple of the discs, I wondered why an episode was included for a particular Pokemon. One of the biggest examples of this was the inclusion of "Fit to be Tide" on the Squirtle disc. While Ash may have used Squirtle for part of the gym battle, the episode actually focuses a lot more on Lampras (and would have been more appropriate for a Lampras disc if one had been made).

The ten Pokemon featured in the set are: Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Charizard, Squirtle, Blastoise, Eevee, Bulbasaur, Lugia, Charmander, and Mudkip. The ten Pokemon that ended up being featured in the set were voted on by Pokemon fans.

Each disc only contains three episodes. There are absolutely no special features. This is a decent box set for someone wanting to acquire some episodes of the series in a relatively inexpensive manner. However, for die-hard fans who want to acquire all of the episodes in the series are probably better off acquiring the DVD boxes of each season as they are released.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Thank you Viz media for bringing back the last part of my childhood! Nov. 9 2013
By GrandPaladin - Published on Amazon.com
I stumbled upon this fantastic series when I was 12 years old and I was a big fan of it during its golden years (1998-2003, I was 17 when the fad ended). This show means so much to me as it brought back the magic of childhood. Now I can relive those moments at any time I feel like it. This box set contains many moments of adventure, friendship, peril, laughter, and battle. Without further ado here are the episodes in chronological order:

Pokémon, I Choose You! - an Awesome start to the series as Ash gets off to a bad start.

Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village - Bulbasaur's capture (my first episode!)

Charmander, the stray Pokémon - Charmander's capture

Here come the Squirtle Squad - Squirtle's capture

Island of the Giant Pokémon - the only episode with subtitles when the Pokemon speak.

Snow Way Out! - Initially aired out of order, makes a good winter episode

Pikachu's Goodbye - One of the most emotional episodes ever in the franchise as Ash must decide whether to release Pikachu or not.

The Battling Eevee Brothers - all 1st Generation Eevee-lutions present in this action packed episode

March of the Exeggutor Squad - The last of the syndication episodes

The Song of Jigglypuff - one of the funnier episodes and the debut of Jigglypuff

Attack of the prehistoric Pokémon - a fan favorite with the evolution of Charizard!

Bulbasaur's mysterious garden - an episode that celebrates individualism

Beach Blankout Blastoise- Filler with the debut of Blastoise

The Pi-Kahuna- a very inspirational filler where Ash plays secondary

The Ancient Puzzle of Pokemopolis - scary episode with a giant Gengar and Alakazam!

Fit to be Tide- a gym episode where Ash tests out his new Lapras.

Charizard Chills - Charizard finally obeys Ash!

The Rivalry Revival - After losing to Gary, Ash and friends decide to go to Johto.

Charizard's Burning Ambitions - Another emotional roller coaster of an episode

Trouble's Brewing - a good Misty-centered episode full of action and laughter!

The Mystery is History - part one of the Lugia saga!

A parent Trapped! - part 2

A promise is a promise - last part of Lugia saga

Bulbasaur the Ambassador - Ash sends Bulbasaur to Oak's lab to settle some disputes

The Ties that Bind - part 1 of the best battle in the series: Ash vs Gary!

Can't Beat the heat! - part 2 can Charizard defeat Blastoise?

In the Knicker of Time - Worst episode in the collection

A Mudkip Mission - Brock captures a mudkip

Turning over a Nuzleaf - the pokemon get separated from their masters and meet some mischevious Nuzleaf

Judgment Day! - How refereeing is done.

This box set will always be one of my treasures.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pretty Good March 22 2012
By Brennen McGinty - Published on Amazon.com
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I watched Pokemon as a kid so I was excited for these DVD's and they didnt disappoint. Im in college and all my friends bug me to watch them. The only complaint I have is that some of the episodes arent centered around the Pokemon they claim to be. The Mudkip disc has an episode called "Turning Over a Nuzleaf" which really only featured Mudkip walking with the group of other Pokemon, if anything it was a Treecko or Corphish episode. However, they are all really great discs and should be a must have for anyone who remembers playing Pokemon Yellow or Gold and Silver even.
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A Must-Have For Pokeman Fans Jan. 28 2008
By M. Sonkin - Published on Amazon.com
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My son is Pokemon obsessed and has almost all the DVDs. He was sick last week and we got him this boxed set as a special gift. Even with 104 fever and hacking cough, we did not hear a complaint out of him all day. It was the best medicine ever. I would have paid 100 times more than the list price to see that smile on his face. He loved every single one of the 10 disks.
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A must buy for fans of the show. June 7 2007
By VannaB - Published on Amazon.com
The pokemon 10th anniversary DVD is a great deal if you're looking for pokemon episodes on DVD. This collection contains 30 episodes(3 for each Pokemon in the top 10) ranging from the first season of pokemon to some of the newest episodes.

And to top it all off it's CHEAP. Currently it's $22 and the single 10th anniversary DVDs, which contain 3 episodes each, are $10. 30 episodes for the price of 6 is what you're getting. I suggest buying this ASAP. Get in on the good deal while you still can.


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