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  • Format: Dolby, Full Screen, 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: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Shout Factory
  • Release Date: June 28 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B004RBC5R4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,475 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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The war against the impending Web has been won, but the war for Mainframe is far from over. In Guardian Bob's absence, Megabyte has successfully taken over the city while Dot, Enzo, Phong, AndrAIa and Mouse take refuge in the Principal Office. Enzo's new Guardian protocol is Mainframe's only hope. Unfortunately, as a young sprite he has a lot to learn and is left no choice but to ride the games into the Web. Enzo adopts the moniker of Matrix, searching the Web with AndrAIa to bring back Bob and save Mainframe from total system shutdown!

Originally released as two feature-length films (The Rise Of Daemon and My Two Bobs), Season Four chronicles the full Web takeover of Super Virus Daemon and raises the question of what to do with two Bobs. We discover the truth about the creation of Lost Angles, the origin of Megabyte and Hexadecimal and what Bob is really doing in Mainframe.

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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Aug. 25 2011
Format: DVD
The first two seasons of "Reboot" were pretty fun and clever, with moments of genius scattered in the late second season. But "ReBoot: Season Three and Four" is when the series becomes truly mind-blowing, introducing season-long arcs about redemption, friendship, mercy, viral contamination and the slow destruction of Mainframe. This is dark stuff!

Bob is gone, and Megabyte is on the verge of conquering Mainframe. The only ones who still stand in his way are Phong, Dot, Mouse, AndrAIa and the new Guardian cadet Enzo -- who also have to do the games. But when Enzo and AndrAIa actually lose one of their games, they can only survive by temporarily becoming game sprites, and riding the game out of Mainframe.

Since time goes much faster in the games, Enzo (now calling himself "Matrix") and AndrAIa soon grow into a brooding, rough renegade and his more kindhearted girlfriend. They use the games to travel from world to world, searching for a way back to Mainframe -- and also searching for a way to find Bob.But even Bob may not be able to save Mainframe now, especially now that the Guardians are in thrall to a supervirus.

The fourth season was originally two TV movies, which were later split into two mini-arcs. The supervirus Daemon has infected all the Guardians except Bob, but she can only infect the entire Net if she has him -- and Mainframe's salvation will come from an unexpected source. And then a SECOND Bob arrives in Mainframe, leading to questions about which is the real Bob -- and throwing Dot's wedding plans into turmoil.

I enjoyed the first two seasons of "Reboot," but they were pretty episodic and sometimes simplistic in their storylines.
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HASH(0x9fca7ed0) out of 5 stars The fate of Mainframe March 22 2011
By EA Solinas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The first two seasons of "Reboot" were pretty fun and clever, with moments of genius scattered in the late second season. But "ReBoot: Season Three and Four" is when the series becomes truly mind-blowing, introducing season-long arcs about redemption, friendship, mercy, viral contamination and the slow destruction of Mainframe. This is dark stuff!

Bob is gone, and Megabyte is on the verge of conquering Mainframe. The only ones who still stand in his way are Phong, Dot, Mouse, AndrAIa and the new Guardian cadet Enzo -- who also have to do the games. But when Enzo and AndrAIa actually lose one of their games, they can only survive by temporarily becoming game sprites, and riding the game out of Mainframe.

Since time goes much faster in the games, Enzo (now calling himself "Matrix") and AndrAIa soon grow into a brooding, rough renegade and his more kindhearted girlfriend. They use the games to travel from world to world, searching for a way back to Mainframe -- and also searching for a way to find Bob.But even Bob may not be able to save Mainframe now, especially now that the Guardians are in thrall to a supervirus.

The fourth season was originally two TV movies, which were later split into two mini-arcs. The supervirus Daemon has infected all the Guardians except Bob, but she can only infect the entire Net if she has him -- and Mainframe's salvation will come from an unexpected source. And then a SECOND Bob arrives in Mainframe, leading to questions about which is the real Bob -- and throwing Dot's wedding plans into turmoil.

I enjoyed the first two seasons of "Reboot," but they were pretty episodic and sometimes simplistic in their storylines. But all of that changes here -- everything is driven by complex, dark arcs that stretch over entire seasons, and the show throws some genuinely shocking plot twists into both of them.

And like the storytelling, the animation takes a cosmic leap in these seasons. Lots of weird "game" worlds, strange creatures, and the journey into The Web is absolutely brilliant -- a chaotic Technicolor galaxy filled with alien hammerhead sharks. Even Dot and Bob's have lost their doll-like immobility, and there's some real emotion injected into them.

And the characters get taken through the wringer -- some undergo shocking personality changes (Enzo, Hexadecimal), while others have to struggle with their conflicted feelings (Dot). But even when he's not there, Bob is the heart of the show -- even after his trials, he's still kind, forgiving and understanding of others.

"ReBoot: Season Three and Four" elevates a show that was merely "very good" into "absolutely brilliant" -- shocking plot twists, strong characters, and some apocalyptic threats to the cyberworld.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fc7dac8) out of 5 stars Amazing series, poor quality DVD May 24 2012
By eyams - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me first start out by saying that ReBoot was one of my favorite shows to watch while growing up and remains a great series to this day. That being said, this review is based on what I think of the actual product rather than the show itself.

I was lucky enough to buy the original season 3 and 4 DVDs that were previously released but are no longer in production. I loved them but as some of you may know, there was an audio error with the season 4 DVDs that made the characters voices sound deeper than they were supposed to. For that reason, I decided to purchase the newly released DVDs in hopes that the problem would be fixed. Although the voices sound fine in these DVDs, the picture quality is unfortunately nothing compared to the originals. The original season 4 DVDs had near HD quality while the new releases looked rather fuzzy in comparison. It's for that reason I could not rate the product any higher than 3 stars. The picture isn't terrible by any means but I am disappointed that it simply doesn't look as good as I know it could.

After all is said and done, I would recommend these DVDs if you love ReBoot and don't yet own the series. However, I would say that if you're a stickler for picture quality, you might want to seek out the originals if you can still find them.
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HASH(0xa00164d4) out of 5 stars Awesome April 18 2013
By Josh Holmes - Published on Amazon.com
I can't name an episode of this I didn't like... What really got me was Number 7. I highly recommend watching the series all the way through though. Just awesome!
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HASH(0x9fedea5c) out of 5 stars One of the few shows I was addicted to. June 20 2013
By kirezemog - Published on Amazon.com
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Season 3 was amazing. I changed my work schedule for my first job so I could watch this every week.
HASH(0xb45708cc) out of 5 stars Epic Series Finale Sept. 24 2012
By Adam Chenevert - Published on Amazon.com
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The third and fourth seasons of Reboot are completely epic. The more childish tone of the first and second season turns into something more adult as the themes of loss, redemption and sacrifice take center stage. The campy humor and pop culture references remain intact while the action pick ups and the story arcs increase in length. The Daemon Rising Arc brings the new heights as the fate of all system rest in the hands of the heroes. The last few episodes make some revelations about the beginnings of the story and feature an old enemy resurgent.



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