These six long-awaited DVDs come conveniently packed in three standard-size two-disc cases, housed in a groovy slipcover decorated with art that changes from an image of Lion-O to an image of the evil Mumm-Ra as you move it around. This packaging is aesthetically pleasing while still providing easy access to, and safe storage for, the discs inside. Since that infamous background music flub on Season One Volume One, Warner has done a commendable job bringing our Thunderian heroes to DVD (albeit with a dearth of extras), and this set completes the legendary ThunderCat saga. This final period in the Cats' history falls a bit short of the brilliant standard set by the first season, in my opinion. The plots just seem a little too repetitive and far-fetched at this point. After an unfortunate run-in with a flying circus train driven by W.C. Fields and a crow who talks like Groucho Marx, the villainous Mutants and Lunatacs are conspicuously absent from many of the shows on this set. Most episodes begin with lonely Mumm-Ra (slightly less menacing these days as he caresses mummies-best-friend, Ma-Mutt) cooking up yet another diabolical scheme to destroy the ThunderCats, only to be foiled yet again by the limitless power of the Sword of Omens. The sword can now do ANYTHING from growing in size, to traveling millions of miles through space to come to Lion-O's hand -- it can even bring rain to end a New Thunderian drought! Time and again, our heroes must search for pieces of the Treasure of Thundera; dive into and out of The Book of Omens; re-forge the Sword; re-build the new Cats' Lair; and fix that troublesome Gyroscope -- all while enduring the incessant squeaking of Elmo sound-alike, Snarfer. It's enough to make a ThunderCat take Jaga's name in vain! At least they can now travel back and forth between Thundera and Third Earth with ease...but why was it necessary for them to be cryogenically frozen in the first episode? And hey, doesn't that Screwloose character look an awful lot like C-3PO? Vexing questions aside, the old ThunderCat magic is still evident during several of these beautifully-animated adventures, E.G.: "The Jade Dragon" (starring Hachiman);" "Leah;" "Malcar;" "The Mossland Monster;" and "The Touch of Amortus." Dog owners and mummified zombies alike are sure to get a kick out of "Ma-Mutt's Confusion," in which the playful putrid pooch has some fun with his master's bandages. The complete ThunderCat series on DVD: It's a good thing. Justice, Truth, Honor, and Loyalty. HOOOOOOO!