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Thundercats V2 S2


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Thundercats: Season Two, Volume Two (DVD) (Discs 7-12) (3-Pack)

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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Thundercats, finally the last one of the collection... Nov. 28 2006
By B. Carter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This set is 6 single sided disks, most likely double layer... roughly 5-6 episodes per disk. English and French audio, Spanish subtitles. This is the last volume that completes the entire collection (Season 1, Volume 1) (Season 1, Volume 2) (Season 2, Volume 1) and (Season 2 Volume 2). Evidently Est-Bay Uy-Bay (pig latin) is selling previous volumes on the cheap as of today, so if you are on the fence - get 'em while they are inexpensive. The box says episodes 35-65 of 65, but this refers to the episodes from season 2. In the great scheme of the entire series, this set gives episodes 100-130 of 130, and the titles are as follows.

100 Exile Isle

101 Key to Thundera

102 Return of the ThunderCubs

103 The Formula

104 Locket of Lies

105 Bracelet of Power

106 The Wild Workout

107 The Thunderscope

108 The Jade Dragon

109 The Circus Train

110 The Last Day

111 Return to Thundera (1)

112 Return to Thundera (2)

113 Return to Thundera (3)

114 Return to Thundera (4)

115 Return to Thundera (5)

116 Leah

117 Frogman

118 The Heritage

119 Screwloose

120 Malcar

121 Helpless Laughter

122 Cracker's Revenge

123 The Mossland Monster

124 Ma-Mutt's Confusion

125 Shadowmaster

126 Swan Song

127 Touch of Amortus

128 The Zaxx Factor

129 Well of Doubt

130 The Book of Omens
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Great Memories Dec 28 2007
By R. Frost - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I never was that crazy about cartoons, but for some reason I really liked the Thundercats series. Oh sure, I would watch cartoons every Saturday morning like any other kid, but none of them really made a lasting impression on me (good thing I guess). Thundercats was different though. I was actually a pre-teen when they aired and was arguably too old for them, but the story lines, characters, values, etc. really caught my attention. With the non-sense on T.V. today (i.e. Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, etc.), I am only too happy to introduce my 4 kids to some real cartoon entertainment. I would recommend these DVDs to anyone who feels nostalgic about '80s cartoons, or anyone who has kids and wants to give them a break from the mind numbing Sponge Bobs of today's T.V. - Enjoy
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
"Ma-Mutt, we really must do something about your breath!" Dec 12 2006
By iansomniak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
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!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Is the thunder cats, u can't go wrong with it! May 21 2007
By S. Cortez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Very good, i'm telling u. U won't regret it, but i only wish they would have done alittle more like the other folks did with the he-man collection. Dics number six has nothing but the final 3 episodes of season 2 volume 2. I wish they would have done a documentary with the history of the thunder cats and how the thunder cats started, and stuff like that... like the he-man collection did. But still is a great buy.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Awesome! March 12 2009
By Rastiqueca - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Thundercats was one of my favourite cartoons I loved to watched when I was young and now as an adult I was extremely happy when it became available on DVD. Something to share and watch with the newer generations. I love the classic cartoons they showed/teach kids manners and responsibilities compared to cartoons nowadays such as family guy or such which teaches/shows kids bad manners and or bad morals. If you like the 80's cartoons, you won't be disappointed purchasing these 80's cartoon! I believe Warner Brothers is coming out with a Thundercats movie possibly in 2010 script written by Paul Sopocy.


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