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Invader Zim Season One & Two


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Nickelodeon
  • DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
  • Run Time: 596 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003F26388
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,313 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Season 1: Stand back ignorant Earth filth, or be prepared to... get really hurt. Disguised as an earthling child, albeit one with a green complexion that he explains away as a "skin condition," and accompanied by GIR, his faithful, intelligence-gathering robot, INVADER ZIM has come to assume control of Earth and its annoying inhabitants. But alas, a wrench has been tossed into ZIM's devious plan. A wrench with a name: Dib, a 'pitiful human' obsessed with the paranormal. This abhorrent creature is the only human recognizing ZIM as the potential threat that he is. And Dib will stop at nothing to expose him.

Season 2: He's INVADER ZIM, sent by the ALMIGHTY TALLEST, leaders of the planet IRK, on a mission of DOOM... This may be ZIM's last chance to prove himself to his leaders. After all, the vertically-challenged ZIM failed miserably at his first planet invasion attempt because he couldn't see over the control panels of his vehicle. ZIM hasn't completed his mission, which is good news for you, Earthling. Because that means you can watch another season of INVADER ZIM! Will ZIM finally succeed on his mission of doom!?

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I would recommend it to any child of the 90's.
Nick O'Connor
Definately one of my favourite shows, I love having it and being able to watch it whenever I want.
Mickrov
The product was in great shape and the discs were in perfect shape.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dinakar Sarma on February 1, 2011
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It doesn't contain the commentary or special features. This is basically all the episodes on DVD. Fine if you just want the shows on demand. Not so fine if you wanted all the "extras" that come on the original DVDs.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Weathers on July 31, 2010
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I've been wanting to own invader zim for a long time, but the old dvd set is REALLY expensive, so I was really happy when it was released again. I just wish they also had special features, but it is just the episodes. :( Oh well, the quality is great.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MilkyToast on July 20, 2011
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Love the DVD artwork.
I would have liked having subtitles, and perhaps other basic features available on DVD releases.
I'd rather have the original DVDs, but unless they see a reprint, this collection does it's job.
I'd definably recommend this over Operation Doom.

The show itself is spectacular.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Noah Winter on August 6, 2010
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I just purchased the new DVDs and could not be happier. I prefer them much better than the older 2004-2005 versions which I also own. Anyone who claims the video quality of the 2010 DVD-Rs vs the original 2004-2005 DVDs have provided no examples of this disparity. I have owned both and scene for scene the DVD-Rs appear superior to me based on the depth of the color. I think those who have reviewed to the contrary did not purchase the new DVD-Rs. They may be confusing the effect of compression when someone attempts to cram a 7 or 8 GB movie onto a 4.5 GB DVD-R. Compressed video on a DVD-R may be inferior. This is not the case as both the previous version and these new version come on 6 discs, there is no compression. As stated by Amazon, the video is the same quality and why wouldn't it be. How would your DVD player tell the difference between digitized data on a DVD-R vs a DVD?

The big advantage of these new DVDs however is that they are offered in a 16X9 aspect ratio instead of the orginial 4X3 format. In other words the video fills the entire screen on a modern tv and do not have the black bars on the sides that the earlier versions have. So unless you own a square tv or are a Zim Zealot, save the $100 it would take to purchase the older DVDs or paying 10 to 12 X as much to get an extras disc and a DVD box (and a GIR doll) and purchse the new DVDs. If you are lucky enough to own the original boxed set (with the GIR doll) consider treating it as a collectible and purchase these new discs for the better aspect ratio, which will appeal to a much wider audience.
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25 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Chris Dell'Isola on May 24, 2010
Save your money, go on eBay and pick the house box set. All these DVDs have none of the special features that made the house set so awesome. These won't work on some computers as they are DVD-R format discs and have poor video quality. If you care about Invader Zim then please avoid these at all costs!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Ciambor on May 14, 2011
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As abrasive and sometimes unsettling this program was it was un-conventional but in the sense that it could take television animation into bold new directions. The personalities are all erratic reminiscent of Johann Vasquezz graphic novels and his pessimistic style. The redeeming qualities is that for all the pessimism there are funny vignettes within every episode that are while anarchic are pure guilty pleasures. A naive alien who thinks he has this unparalleled purpose turns out to be an outcast among his kind. He pars with a mentally deficient robot and has an adversary in a paranoid paranormal investigator who doesn't convince anyone that hes an alien along with his bi-polar sister susceptible to change her mood if she is messed with. These personalities are so withdrawn from reality that it is really something to laugh at instead of taking it seriously to any extent and this is were the enjoyment comes from.

Invader Zim has no dramatic elements every scene no matter how vital will have some sophomoric gag. In some cases its abrasiveness can be off-putting the faint of heart would give this program a fairly low rating. Though for people with tolerance and a sense of humor this is worth watching. It is a breath of fresh air Johann does not adhere to the expectations that executives have on what makes a true cartoon work. He is un-conventional, inventive and the characters can fit almost all narratives. Please bring this back onto the air.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lewis Correll on March 8, 2011
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I first saw Invader Zim on the Nicktoons channel it was so funny that I had to see more. Finally i decided i had to own the series. This set does not have any extra's or anything like that. It is just the seasons and that is all. But to me that is more than enough I would say its probably not for small kids but i think any kid that is probably 8 and up could handle Zim and find it funny and enjoy it and I think adults will love it to. Its a shame that this series did not last much much longer
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Dubansky on May 9, 2010
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I had been looking for this series on DVD, and they were recently re-released. I snatched up both season and now I can enjoy this dark show at anytime. This was a short-lived show that developed a cult following, now it is a piece of my childhood that I can look back on with friends and see in a new light.
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Season 3?
There was no season 3. Many people get confused because there were 3 volumes released on DVD, but there are only 2 seasons.
May 14, 2010 by Jack |  See all 2 posts
Are these typical DVD-Rs?
yep, nice case, maybe some disc art or titles but still a home burned dvd-r. and no extras on the disks! bah.
Feb 4, 2011 by Anonimounsly |  See all 2 posts
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