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G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero: Season 2


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  • Actors: Michael Bell, Frank Welker, Chris Latta
  • Directors: Buzz Dixon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: April 27, 2010
  • Run Time: 660 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0031L5CJO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,419 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero: Season 2" on IMDb

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For the First Time on DVD: The Complete Second Season!

After Cobras countless defeats by the heroic special forces unit known as G.I. Joe, the mad supergenius Dr. Mindbender seeks to dethrone the maniacal Cobra Commander by genetically combining the DNA of the most formidable conquerors in history. The result is a threat more menacing and power hungry than Cobra Commander can ever hope to challenge: the mighty Serpentor! Armed with a new master, a new army of Battle Android Troopers and a new set of plans for world domination, Cobra seems unstoppable! That is, of course, unless General Hawk and his team of commandos have anything to say about it. Yo Joe!

Bonus Features

* Greenshirts: The Legacy Of G.I. Joe

* Knowing Is Half The Battle: PSAs

* Archival Hasbro Toy Commercials

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It begins with the 5-part episode "Arise, Serpentor, Arise!"
"extreme_dig_cm"
This product from a design standpoint is way way better than the previous version.
VYSION
Just like I remembered as a kid and now I can share it with my son.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rich(アニメとゲームが優先!!) on June 23, 2010
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I'm glad I was able to finally get the second season of this wonderful series and while many kids today probably would never believe it this cartoon series was a lot more popular than many high hitting t.v. shows in the 80's. Many of the stories and situations they would do in the episodes will of of course not make much sense to kids today like the Soviet Unions G.I. Joe version team which had a serious dislike for each other since the U.S.S.R has been gone for about two decades and other smaller things that were going on in the early 80's, The video and audio for this set was very good considering the condition the originals were probably in and the added extras are a nice touch as well. This box set also pretty much ends the turn of the series as well as the movie that came out saw the end of the 80's series run pretty much, yes I know they have made a few new shows of this but none of those will ever match the entertainment and quality of the 80's original series. Sadly this set will be the last episodes of the beloved 80's version of G.I.Joe as after episode 95 they made the G.I.Joe movie that would showcase the last time the voice cast would do their character roles, of course there was an attempt to restart the series in the 90's with just the actor who did the voice for Cobra Commander Chris Latta but that didn't really take with the fans of the beloved 80's version. And while there have been newer versions of this beloved series I like I'm sure many other fans of the original series have never really bothered to look at these newer attempts at remaking a great earlier version, So for the kids of the 80's here's a great box set that has finally come out for us to enjoy....
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "extreme_dig_cm" on December 1, 2012
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As I write this, the reviews for Season 1.3 and Season 2 are mixed together. This review is in regard to Season 2.

It begins with the 5-part episode "Arise, Serpentor, Arise!" This is where we see the 1st season characters mixed with all the new players, for both G.I. Joe & Cobra. After this it's all single, self-contained episodes for the rest of the entire season.

As a kid in the 80's, I absolutely loved Season 1, yet I lost interest somewhere in the beginning of Season 2. These days I like it all. It seems like a signature of the 80's, years before heightened political correctness, that kids had heroes with names like Sgt. Slaughter! :) Serpentor is basically a 1-dimensional character, constantly yelling at subordinates & slapping them around, not unlike some supervisors I've had in the past(!). :o

I like that the ranking of the main G.I. Joe & Cobra characters gets clarified & explained. The Joes are led, in order, by General Hawk, Duke, Flint, and Beach Head- with Sgt. Slaughter having some kind of special role. Cobra's leadership is remixed & fractured, with Serpentor and Dr. Mindbender taking center stage, and with Cobra Commander, Destro, Baroness, and Zartan still around but not as prevalent. Zaranna gets a surprising amount of screen time. Major Bludd, Storm Shadow, and Firefly are still here, yet barely get involved. Lots of characters from Season 1 either briefly appear or are seen in the backgrounds. Shipwreck, Flint & Lady Jaye are major carry overs into the new season.

I think the writing is especially creative in Season 2, although it's obvious the creators were pushing the new characters into the forefront.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Picardfan007 on January 7, 2012
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This show has may seem like a relic to some. To me it was a great show that combined the talents of great Marvel comics writers. Steve (Howard the Duck) Gerber was story editor and writer. Gerry Conway, Marv Wolfman and Martin Pasko wre the best Marvel Comics writers to write for this series. They elevated the stories into something entertaining that stood the test of time. The animation was colorful and good for resources that were available.

What I liked about this was the portrayal of good vs. evil. The good guys were good and the bad guys were bad. There was no grey area where you felt sympathy for the villians. Too many of todays cartoon dramas focus on making the villian a sympathetic character. Cobra, Destro and the rest were focused on one goal. World domination. The Joes had one goal. Taking out the enemy, Cobra. It was a bold and colorful drama, and a formula that shouldn't be tampered with.

Accept no imataitons. If you want to see the real G.I. Joe, watch the animated show. The live action movie is just an imatation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Correa on December 28, 2013
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As you know, G. I. Joe Season 1.1 was a mixed bag for me, though I did love some of it. It was after watching some of the best ones that I went ahead & got this one for less than 8 dollars. Surprisingly, I found this to be much better. Here's a review of the episodes, with synopsizes from Wikipedia.

66-70. Arise, Serpentor, Arise!: After being inspired by a strange dream, the fiendish Doctor Mindbender plans to obtain the DNA samples of history's greatest conquerors in order to make the ultimate Cobra Emperor. Next to The Revenge of Cobra, this is the best of the 5 part stories. It is really good. A+

71. Last Hour To Doomsday: Cobra demands the U.S. to submit or they will use a giant vortex to destroy the East Coast of the United States. Flint and Lady Jaye decide to take on this mission to stop them in order to prove to Beachhead that the two lovers can work effectively as a team and save the day. A good episode. B

72. Computer Complications: A space probe containing anti-matter crashes into the ocean and both Joes and Cobra try to retrieve it. Meanwhile, Mainframe falls in love with a disguised Zaranna. This was a great spotlight for Mainframe. A

73. Sink The Montanna!: The Joes are at the decommissioning ceremony for a battleship, the U.S.S. Montana. But Cobra tries to foil their plans. Admiral Lattimer, former captain of the Montana, betrays the Joes and allies himself with Cobra and the Joes must stop him from harming more innocent people. One of the best episodes ever. A+

74. Let's Play Soldier: The Joes raid a village in southeast Asia to prevent villagers from collecting tree sap for Cobra. During the mission, Leatherneck has an encounter with four street orphans. Easily the worst episode of G. I.
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