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Product Description

The people of Lawndale just don't get Daria Morgendorffer. She's cool with that. See, Daria was born alienated, and now she's just trying to make it through high school with as little human contact as possible. Popularity, friends, activities... whatever. Daria lacks enthusiasm, but she makes up for it with sarcasm. Includes all five seasons plus both movies!


Turns out that Clarissa did not explain it all, like what a sick sad world it is, how much student life sucks, and how the notion that it is great to be young is a storybook fantasy. Daria, which aired on MTV between 1997 and 2002, does not paint a rosy picture, but this so-called outcast for whom suburban life "is one smart-ass joke" gave sardonic voice to the disaffected. "I'm not miserable," Daria states, "I'm just not like them." She's not kidding. Though she's referring to the "interesting idiots" she suffers none too gladly at Lawndale High School, she could well be talking about the women normally paraded on MTV, the hedonistic spring break partiers, serial daters, spoiled sweet sixteeners, and tabloid tarts like Tila Tequila. And then there's Daria, an animated (just barely) character who after five seasons and two movies (both included in this eight-disc set) managed to survive high school with her sense of self unbowed and uncompromised. Daria came a long way, baby. Before she got her own series, she was a recurring character on Beavis and Butt-head, a brainy foil for the two heavy metal imbeciles, whose pet name for her was "Diarrhea." Daria relocated her to Lawndale and introduced her self-absorbed yuppie parents and her airhead, popularity-obsessed younger sister. It also gave her a best friend and kindred misanthropic spirit, Jane Lane. Their deadpan and sarcastic banter has lost none of its incisive edge. The broadly drawn high school stereotypes--vapid cheerleaders, fashion-plate mean girls, corruptible administrators, empty-headed jocks--seem unworthy of their contempt. But the series really hit satiric pay dirt when it addressed "profound and fundamental moral issues of life," such as one episode in which Jane joins the track team out of spite, but becomes a track star, alienating Daria, who is not above enjoying some of the perks of Jane's newfound popularity. When all reverts back to, for want of a better word, normal, Daria remarks, "The system continues, you haven't redeemed yourself, and we're ostracized anyway… Hey, they really are preparing us for the real world." Daria comes to DVD with 99 percent of the original music changed due to rights issues, regrettable, but that shouldn't be a deal breaker, especially for those making Daria's acquaintance. The special features almost compensate. They include an animatic version of the pilot episode "Sealed with a Kick," a series retrospective featuring series creator Glenn Eichler and key members of the voice cast, Daria and Jane episode intros, and a Top Ten video countdown hosted by the duo (videos not included). --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

Featurette pilot: Sealed With a Kick
Music video: Mystik Spiral music video "Freakin' Friends"
Featurette: Daria Day Intros
Featurette: Top Ten Video Countdown Hosted by Daria & Jane
Interview: Cast & crew interviews
Featurette: Never before-seen Mystik Spiral spin-off script

Product Details

  • Actors: Tracy Grandstaff, Wendy Hoopes, Julián Rebolledo, John Lynn, Paul Williams
  • Directors: Aaron Augenblick, Anthony Davis, Chris Prynoski, Eric Fogel, Gloria De Ponte
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: MTV / Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: May 11, 2010
  • Run Time: 1606 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (721 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0019N8P2W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #597 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Daria: The Complete Animated Series" on IMDb

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I think some people just like complaining.
I finally recieved my dvd series, im very happy about the outcome, ive been waiting years to get this on dvd.
yohana delgado
I remember watching Daria when i was younger and i loved the show.

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469 of 481 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on February 8, 2010
Format: DVD
Finally!!! A whole generation will be able to go back to a time when the world felt smarter in many ways and when teenagers were the hope of the future rather than oversexed, immature, corporate packaged fad followers (Or maybe we were but the corporations had to be less obvious about it?). Ironically, MTV, the channel that originally broadcast this brilliant show about Daria and her witty friend Jane to a mostly likeminded audience have now begun to cater to, or some would say go out of their way to create and perpetuate, an immature drama addicted generation of Britneys and Kevins who only want shows like The Hills or Jersey Shore. Ah, look how far we've come.

This 8-Disc set contains all five seasons and both TV Movies:

Season 1

The Invitation
College Bored
Cafe Disaffecto
This Year's Model
The Lab Brat
Pinch Sitter
Too Cute
The Big House
Road Worrier
The Teaching of Don Jake
The Misery Chick

Season 2

Arts n Crass
The Daria Hunter
Quinn The Brain
I Don't
That Was Then, This Is Dumb
The New Kid
Fair Enough
See Jane Run
Pierce Me
Write Where It Hurts

Season 3

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106 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Wendy C. Rigney on March 16, 2010
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In the era when MTV still gave a crap about not pandering to the lowest common denominator with its programming, there was "Daria".

The irony is, "Daria" was spun off from the ridiculous, but admittedly amusing, "Beavis and Butthead" series. Where that show gleefully wallowed in the stupid and moronic, "Daria" went in the opposite direction. Using her sarcasm, commentary, and general cynicism, the show showed that one could be intelligent and blunt but still be entertaining. In its way, the show dealt with the usual crap of being a teen without being preachy, moralistic, or boring. And it assumed that the audience was smart. Which MTV obviously no longer does.

Admittedly, I am not in the demographic for this show (30s), but a smart show is a smart show, and I have waited for this series for ages. It is long past time this series is finally being released. Maybe it will make some remember when MTV was relevant, socially aware, and treated young people like thinking beings and not Barbie and Ken dolls for reality TV crap. I think - if one like smart shows with an edge - one would love "Daria", regardless of age. (Ironically, I think the character of Daria, if she existed naturally, would have plenty to say about the state of the channel today that she originated from. And none of it good! LOL!)

On the downside, I am 99.999% sure there will be music deletions and substitutions, the dreaded "rights issues". While I do wish that would be left intact, I guess I could see where it would be cost prohibitive, and this series is too good to sit in a vault because of it. Which is why I still give this DVD set five stars regardless of that issue. So, I will live with the music changes. But complain. Daria would be pleased!
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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Apocryphal on May 12, 2010
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I'll try and be as detailed as possible.

1. The Packaging.

The complete set comes in one DVD case. It's plastic, not cardboard. The DVDs themselves are attached to "pages" inside the DVD (similar to the Justice League and Superman complete series sets, if you're familiar with those. A lot of other DVD compilations have started using this format lately as well, so you might've seen it elsewhere). The DVDs are NOT dual-sided, thank goodness, so inadvertent scratching should be minimized. All in all, the packaging looks sturdy, and arrived in perfect condition from Amazon. Not a single disk was out of place.

2. The Episodes.

When you first load up a disk and get to the menu, you're presented with two options: Episodes and Play All. These are pretty self explanatory, however, it appears that if you want to see the Daria Day intros, you must go to the Episodes section and individually select the episode you want to watch, and you'll be presented with an option to watch the ep with the intro. Not every episode has an intro. Also: only the first episode on a disk has the complete credit sequence, all the rest just have the title card (as if they had been edited into a large TV marathon, which I think helps).

Also, as most of you are already aware (especially the ones who downloaded some eps off of Amazon recently), most-if-not-all of the incidental, licensed music has been replaced with, as the initial press release said, "generic and scene-specific music." The music is SIMILAR thematically to the original tracks but, yanno, a hell of a lot cheaper. Those of you who taped every episode of Daria off the TV and watched them until the tapes broke, you're probably gonna be disappointed.
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Notes on new set vs. bootlegs
"Still, some fan obsessives are planning to get this set - and are already making plans to dupe its video onto DVD-Rs, adding the soundtrack from their MTV-cast tapes or discs, or from their bootlegs. There are NO fan obsessives like "Daria" obsessives. Trust me."

Yeah, and... Read More
Mar 15, 2010 by Martin J. Pollard |  See all 21 posts
Daria Edited Shows or unedited
Correct. They are the original, unedited episodes, albeit with replacement music (as has been noted elsewhere). This includes the movie "Is It College Yet?", which will be complete and unedited for the first time. (The stand-alone DVD of IICY was mistakenly mastered from the... Read More
Apr 25, 2010 by Martin J. Pollard |  See all 19 posts
Price jump?
The price is now $3 OVER the RRP!
I'm using DVDEmpire.com for this one.
Feb 26, 2010 by Mr. Brian Gregory |  See all 22 posts
Double sided discs or one sided discs with artwork?
They are one sided. The artwork is as follows:

Daria - Disk 1
Jane - Disk 2
Quinn/Trent - Disk 3
Brittany/Kevin - Disk 4
Helen/Jake - Disk 5
Stacy/Upchuck - Disk 6
Jodie/Mack - Disk 7
Mr. DeMartino/Ms. Li - Disk 8
May 7, 2010 by Wendy C. Rigney |  See all 4 posts
anybody get damaged discs
My Disc 3 wasn't scratched, but the playback was entirely screwed up. The episodes and the scenes within the episodes were playing entirely out of order. Very disappointing. :-(
May 22, 2010 by J. Lemoine |  See all 19 posts
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