C.O.P.S. - Volume 1
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(Feb 15, 2011)
32 Episode Set
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The year: 2020
The place: Empire City
Brandon Big Boss Babel, along with his gang of crooks, is holding the entire city under the palm of his iron hand and the Empire City Police Department can do nothing to stop him. As a last resort, Mayor Davis sends in Special Agent Baldwin P. Vess (Codename: Bulletproof) to take him down.
The concept is simple: collect the very best officers that the country had to offer and begin a campaign to eradicate organized crime. The members of C.O.P.S. are all extraordinary crimefighters each one a master of a special skill, each one dedicated to the cause of justice. Though the concept may be simple, the job isn t easy: The Big Boss and his gang are the roughest and most persistent bunch of criminals to challenge law and order in Empire City.
Originally aired in syndication from 1988-89, then was shown on CBS® Saturday Mornings in 1993 under the title CyberCOPS.
The show was based on Hasbro sTM 1988 line of action figures called C.O.P.S N Crooks.
Created by Kevin Alteri best known for his work on BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES.
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This DVD release features the first 32 episodes of C.O.P.S. for the low price of between $10 to $15. To put this in perspective, to get these episodes from Shout! Factory would cost you around $60 (the episodes would be spread across all of their Volume 1 and part of their Volume 2). The downside to this release is that Mill Creek tends to cram a lot of episodes per disc (this is only a 3-disc set) which might lead to the quality of the picture not being as top notch as it could be. In the few episodes I have watched so far, I haven't really noticed a drop, though. The only extra feature on this set is a "Hey Vern, It's Ernest" episode. It would have been nice to have all the C.O.P.S. For Kids Public Service Announcements from the show as an extra. Hopefully, those will be on Volume 2. Mill Creek intends to release Volume 2 later this year featuring the last 33 episodes (22 of which haven't been on DVD before). As with all Mill Creek releases, the DVDs are in individual paper sleeves inside the case. At such a cheap price, I think this Volume 1 set is worth getting whether you are a casual or hardcore C.O.P.S. fan.
Oh, um, the disks come in little envelopes instead of being "docked" to the inside of the case. But they work just fine...so who cares?
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This is more like Vhs quality, not high definition but a great show otherwise.Great price for the amount of episodes you get.Published 4 months ago by Gregory The Man
I got them both at the same time. My grandson just loves them. He's 4 and now he wants to be a cop just like them.
Watched it right after opening and the discs were scratched so badly it would only play half the episodes.Published 9 months ago by G. Metz
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|c.o.p.s. volume 2???||
i wuz about 2 ask the same...
May 19, 2011 by AIRBORNE6176 | See all 9 posts
|Packaging for C.O.P.S. Volume 1||
Is it the style where the paper sleeves are in a "box",
within the case?
Mar 30, 2011 by GlassAgate | See all 5 posts
|Does the menu screen have the theme music?||Be the first to reply|