Adult Swim in a Box (Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 2 / Space Ghost Season 3 / Moral Oral Season 1 / Robot Chicken Season 2 / Metalocalypse Season 1 / Sealab Season 2)
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The Adult Swim big box features hilarious adult swim favorites and a special disc with never released Adult Swim pilots. With over 20 hours of content, this set is the ideal gift for an Adult Swim fan.]]>
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 2
Space Ghost Season 3
Moral Oral Season 1
Robot Chicken Season 2
Metalocalypse Season 1
Sealab Season 2
Bonus disc of four Adult Swim pilots
Top Customer Reviews
The obvious question is: Why are all of the shows not season 1? I don't have that answer. Suffice it to say the only [adult swim] show that requires sequential viewing is The Venture Bros. (whose inclusion would have made much more sense than Moral Orel). Viewers will not suffer from not having seen the first seasons of Aqua Teen Hunger Force (the show follows no on-going plotlines), Space Ghost (a late-nite talk show), Robot Chicken (a stop-motion skit comedy show), or Sealab 2021 (a sitcom-like series, but also does not follow on-going plotlines). My assumption is that Cartoon Network perhaps has too many of these particular seasons in stock, and felt this would be an excellent way to move some overstock. In any case, this box set is a wonderful sampling of what [adult swim] has to offer in way of programming, both past and present.
What is not mentioned in the product description is the inclusion of a disc containing previously unavailable pilot episodes. They are: Korgoth of Barbaria, Welcome to Eltingville, Perfect Hair Forever, Cheyenne Cinnamon, and The Best of Totally for Teens. (Full disclosure: The inclusion of Korgoth and Eltingville made this a 'must buy' for this reviewer.Read more ›
First off, [adult swim] is probably my favorite channel/programming block. This box set contains various seasons from many of the great shows. The product itself is awesome and though the seasons are not all the first in their respective series, any true fan will be able to appreciate the collection as most of the episodes and shows on here are non-continuous. Overall a great buy for a great fan.
HOWEVER, when purchasing this I was not aware that the box I would be receiving is USED. The outer box was somewhat damaged with scratches and dents, and the majority of the dvd boxes inside were the same. My copy of Sealab 2021 in here was extremely damaged and torn up; though the discs themselves are fine and all work in excellent condition, I can't help but be disappointed in the used or mishandled packaging. Also, for anyone who is wondering, the box literally contains the boxes/copies of the respective season stand-alone releases. To be clear, for example, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 2 contained in this set is the same copy and box as if you were to buy the volume alone.
Overall, for the price this is a must buy for any [adult swim] fan. The collection itself is great and the box it all comes in is cool. It's just important to note here that the product is likely used or lightly damaged even though the amazon page did not specify so.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product would've been perfect if they put the shows on Blu-Ray instead of DVD; animation looks WAYYYYYY better on Blu-Ray than on DVD.Published on October 28, 2013 by The Mystery Man
I was under the impression that I was buying a brand new version of this dvd box set when ordering. However, when I received it, the box was heavily damaged and almost collapsed,... Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by Camille Jackson
Overall, worth the money if you haven't seen Adult Swim in a while. These are all just the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd year episodes. This set is a mix. Read morePublished on January 9, 2011 by buzz
The owner of this box set was THRILLED!!!! Great collection at a great price too!!!!Published on January 30, 2010 by Billie Kloote
Through down you danm Going Rouge book, and your danm bible. Its time for cartoons in their greatest form. Read morePublished on January 22, 2010 by E. Skov