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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 2, Part 1

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Teenage Mutant Ninja Space! Jan. 11 2008
By Simon - Published on
This set contains the first twelve episodes of season 2 of the 2003 TMNT series. It's odd that 4Kids/Funi have only chosen twelve episodes, since this season divides cleanly with 13/13 (season 1 had a multi-parter and the 12/14 split made more sense). Maybe they'll revise the set before release?

Whereas season 1 returned the Turtles to a more "gritty" setting, season 2 launches them into space(and later, parallel dimensions). The first five episodes pick up from the season 1 cliffhanger and have our foursome protecting the Fugitoid robot from the Triceraton and Federation soldiers. The next three episodes finally bring the Turtles home and end with a shocking (and controversial) reveal of the Shredder. Taken with "Search for Splinter," it's a non-stop 10-part saga! The set caps off with a filler-ish recap episode, the return of the Nano robot, and introductions to the Ultimate Ninja and Leatherhead (now sans the cajun accent).

In all, it's a fun ride. Season 2 does seem a bit more random in spots, as it's more mini-arcs than one season-long arc. You might question what the whole "Turtles in Space" saga amounts to, but that pays off in spades down the line. Anyone who enjoyed the first season episodes will likely enjoy this set.

And that cover art? Awesome.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Turtles in Space! Feb. 21 2008
By Jeffrey D. Taylor - Published on
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I have to admit, when I first watched this series I hated it. I was totally loving the original series and hated this rehash. I even stopped watching it half-way through the first episode only to find myself interested again SEVERAL months later. When I actually took the time to watch each episode for Season 1 to TMNT: Fast Forward, I must say... I LOVE IT!

The really like how the story is a continuation and while each episode may have its own little story, it is usually related to a previous episode in the time line. Unlike the original series, it carries a plot over several episodes which allows for a more interesting experience. I loved the original as a kid but I think I like this one a little bit better now. It's darker, graphically superior, and has more interesting story lines. If you like Season 1, you'll like Season 2 as the Turtles visit a planet or two in Space.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
TMNT: The Space Wars Aug. 23 2012
By Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews - Published on
After several DVDS were released featuring only four episodes,4Kids.TV finally released the second season in two parts.

The episodes in Season 2 part 1 are:

Disc 1:

Turtles in Space - PT 1: The Fugitoid
Turtles in Space - PT 2: The Trouble with Triceratons
Turtles in Space - PT 3: The Big House
Turtles in Space - PT 4: The Arena
Turtles in Space - PT 5: Triceraton Wars
Secret Origins - PT 1

Disc 2:
Secret Origins - PT 2
Secret Origins - PT 3
The Ultimate Ninja
Modern Love - The Return of Nano
What a Croc!

The turtles survived the battle with Shredder, but they have been beamed to an alien of planet called D'Hoonnib. The first part of season two goes more for a science fiction feel. Not a good as the first season, but it is still enjoyable.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Turtles have invaded space July 22 2010
By S. Harris - Published on
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Although this is just like how Season 1 was handled, containing the first half of the season, which I find rather convenient than how some shows are handled these days. Picking up where Season 1 left off, this time the turtles end up in another world in outer space as well as another galaxy. The turtles start off helping a professor that had his mind transferred into that of a robot and trying everything they can to help him out every way that they can. As when the turtles get back it then picks up at the same place that Season 1 had ended, but it takes it a step further as this show of turtles is definitely has improved in many ways from that of the original show. This set of Season 2 does end with a character that was seen in the original show but he's not the same as that in that original show. I give this set 4.5 star out of 5.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By tmntizzy1800 - Published on
In my personal opinion this is the one of the best TV animated shows of all time and it deserves more DVD's than this and the price for it on Amazon is idiotic. If Amazon or whoever owns TMNT now would give us more of the episodes on the DVD or release it and lower the these ridiculous prices and then we can buy it for all of us to enjoy.