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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Attack of the Mousers (Volume 1)

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Attack of the Mousers (Volume 1)

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Product Details

  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 2, 2003
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000AGWOZ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,974 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By 976-ERIC on July 24, 2004
I always dreamed of the day a cartoon adaptation based upon the original books would come, and now that it has I must say I am not dissapointed. I want to clear up one major misconception that most seem to hold about this series: this is NOT a revamp. This cartoon has nothing to do with the 80s/90s series (outside of a few jokey references and multi-colored bandanas), it goes back to the original source comics for its stories and inspiration (some influence from the 1st live action film is evident also). That said, it seems, from reading the reviews of those who dislike this show are viewing it in a perspective colored by nostalgia for the old cartoon. While all are entitled to their own opinion, you are missing the point if you believe this to be a "revamp" or "remake" of the old show. It is like being disappointed that the 1992 Batman cartoon was not faithful to the 1968 Filmation produced series. They both share the same original source, but the similarity ends there. They can be forgiven however, b/c most would not except the original show to have ignored the comics as much as it did, hence since this one follows it much more faithfully it looks alien to those only fimilar with the 80s/90s show. However, even if you never read the books, I think, if you can view this with an open mind (and stop comparing it to the old show and griping over no Bebop, Krang, etc.) you may like it.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By kenneth jones on September 2, 2003
These episodes are really good. There is no corny stuff like the old toon. Its pretty straight forward. Its more dark and violent than the old toon but it has a funny side to it too which is good. Also in this toon, i like the personality of the turtles.
Leonardo is still the good boy that is always sucking up to master splinter. but his fighting skills are succulent and hellacious.
Michelangelo is the funny one in the group but he gets a little annoying at times.
Donatello is like the 'geek' of the four turtles. He is smart and can fight really good. His fighting skills are also hellacious.
Raphael is my favorite because he is on the egde! hes a big improvement from the old cartoon. He really has an attitude and he is seriously angry. He is a guy you don't want to talk to when hes in a bad mood. Hes also has this violent vibe that comes off of him and he get pretty angry. His fighting skills can not be forgotten and his character is just downright Emaculant!
The turtles are back and I suggest everyone get this Dvd and all of the others as soon as possible. Its fabalous and you won't be disapointed!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Josiah on July 15, 2004
This dvd is an excellent introduction to the new animated series. The animation is crisp and the storyline is enthralling. These aren't your pizza crazy goofball ninja turtles from the old series, these turtles have distinguished personalities. Leo is the uptight leader, Raph the rebel hothead, Don the nerdy technogeek, and Mikey the comic relief (filling in that niche of humor so prevailent in the old cartoon). In addition to the excellent character development, the new series follows the the original comics much closer, and thus presents a continuing and intriguing plot. This dvd is a must have for any hardcore tmnt fan!
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A Kid's Review on August 31, 2006
ok people complain because the turtles aren't happy,goofy,they don't eat as much pizza...nah nah nah i don't like that as much anymore i don't need jokes around every corner of an entire show i think that was one reason i started disliking the old show because they were too happy ALL THE TIME!!!! i don't mind if they have three episodes a tape i'm just happy with what i got they probably wouldn't have even bothered with it if people complained too much you know? ok back to the show (did i get alittle carried away?)ok first michelangelo is still the goofy turtle from along time ago but that's a good thing because shows need to be a little goofy right?leonardo is more serious than he ever was in the old show raphael is ANGRY all the time! donatello is still the "techno" turtle from the old show that, the masks and a few cameos are all that they borrowed from the old show and they mostly did that for people who liked the old show so they at least won't complain all the time!! but anyway this show has been cool i only have one problem:4kids refused to show "insane in the membrane" darn!! why couldn't they have shown it? how dark was it anyway??
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When I first heard they were gonna make a new Tmnt series, I really didn't feel like I'd enjoy it. I told myself that if they were gonna produce a compilation of one shot episodes, I wasn't gonna watch. But when I started watching, I got hooked. The original series will always have a place in my heart because it was one of my childhood favorites. But this one! This series is fantastic. I love how the plot continues from episode to episode. And the Shredder? I love his new look and how much darker he is in this version of Tmnt.

So if you buy this dvd, you get the first three episodes from the series. We see how the turtles and April first meet. We also get a brief glimpse of Saki aka the Shredder, and we are introduced to the Foot Ninja and the Purple Dragon gang. Once you watch this one, you'll find yourself wanting to see more. If you have the funds, buy all twenty-something Dvds at once. If you can't aford to get them new, buy them used off Amazon. All of mine worked just fine when I bought them in one go round, and they were all used. And be on the lookout for future releases from this awesome series.!
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