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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward - Future Shellshock! v.1

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The Turtles and Splinter suddenly find themselves in a futuristic world inhabited by a "melting pot" population of humans and aliens. Who's responsible for this mess? Why none other than Cody Jones, Casey and April's fourteen-year old great grandson, who accidentally pulled the Turtles through a "time window" to the year 2105!

Future Shellshock contains 13 action-packed episodes on 2 discs


Special Features

  • 13 episodes on two discs

Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Imports
  • DVD Release Date: February 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 285 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KWZ1UW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,524 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Simon on December 9, 2006
TMNT: Fast Forward takes the Turtles from the revamped 2003 series and tosses them 100 years into the future. There they team up with Cody Jones, great grandson of April and Casey, and must learn to live in a world now teeming with alien life.

This show reeks of corporate interference all over. The original 2003 series, despite its obvious problems, took itself seriously and featured an ongoing storyline that gave the characters something to do. It was also reasonably well animated, especially in the later seasons when the show amped up its fight choreography and featured varying colour palettes.

All this seems to be gone with Fast Forward. The action has been toned down to generic brawls, the animation is flat and the colours are garish and bright. The writers seem to be building some kind of ongoing story, one featuring Cody's corrupt uncle and another featuring an alien threat; it's vaguely interesting, just nowhere near as fun as the old Shredder, Bishop, Hun, Karai stories. In-between there are lots of pointless filler adventures and Cody Jones is shoved down the viewers' throats every episode. As the obligatory kid character he could be worse, but he's not a character you'll miss. And "It's Ninja Time!" is just stupid and grating.

Really, the show isn't quite Ninja Turtles anymore, you could replace our heroes with anyone and the dynamics wouldn't change. It's still amusing every so often, and over the course of these 13 episodes the show does seem to find its comfort zone. It's probably for the best that 4Kids is giving us a cheap 2-disc set, as the series would be hard to recommend otherwise.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brad Smith on May 15, 2007
I bought this the other day having seen it on 4Kids one saturday. I'm a fan of the turtles so whether its that great or not I'll buy it just to have it probably lol but yea this is decent enough.

Don't expect it to be overly mature or as dark as the previous incarnation. It can be be described as probably a mixture of the first and the 2003 series. They don't look overly childish but at the same time they aren't that as dark as you'd maybe expect.

I'm almost through the two discs and maybe its because I've only recently starting watching again, I dunno, but I've pretty much enjoyed it. It was a bit of a dissapointment but if you give it a chance its not that bad.

I'm actually looking forward to season two. (I'm 18 by the way and its just as entertaining and engaging as it can be in my opionion)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 23, 2012
For some reason Ninja Tribunal was shelved and Fast Forward was aired, where the turtles and Master Splinter traveled to the future. Cody Jones, the great-grandson of Casey and April, takes them in and tries to help them find a way home.

The episodes in this set are:

Disc 1:

Future Shellshock!
Obsolete
Home Invasion
Headlock Prime
Playtime's Over
Bishop to Knight
Night of Sh'Okanabo

Disc 2:
Clash of the Turtle Titans
Fly Me to the Moon
Invasion of the Body Jacker
The Freaks Come Out At Night
Bad Blood
The Journal

TMNT: Fast Forward is a more kid-friendly version of the 2003 incarnation. It took me awhile to warm up to the new season and I'm glad that it was only on one season.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 10, 2006
ok so far the jokes are in-your-face style like the 1987 show,the fight scenes are getting better but at first they were missing the bad guys are just as stupid as the old show really...what's up with that? i know some people like the old show but i just don't anymore it was great when i was 5 but no longer and the theme song? well i like it but couldn't they have done

1-2-3 TURTLES!!! in a futuristic style? i'm not trashing 4kids tv for anything like ost people do anymore but i would like it if they had finished ninja tribunal like they originally planned but the censors went berserk over it like "insane in the membrane" for inapropriate content in a kid's show but oh well i guess this is better than...NOTHING!!!!
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This is season 6... not many fans welcomed this season. preferable the older fans or long time fans like me. But to little kids this must be gold. heres some backstory about this season and why they made it:

Season 4 was dark and gloomy,featuring monsters and mutants and depressing stories of their treatment. Episodes like dragons brew and i monster made 4kids wonder if maybe the mood needed a little lightening. then a big mix-up happened. Appearantley a new employee for the broadcasting network caused a mishap and a TMNT episode was created that didnt follow the network standards. the notorious banned episode "Insane in the membrane", Its not secret because it was included in the season 4 DVD and streamed at 4kids website. Insane in the membrane is something from a touching horror film full of gore and despressing moments. Think dragons brew but with 10x more sadness and 10x more gore. Although the episode was never aired, word still got out that 4kids let this happen. So they quickly finished season 4 with the episode entitled "ninja tribunal", which was a cliff hanger. That episode shouldnt have been the season finale. Good genes part 2 makes more sense because it explains how the mystics broke free. You would expect the new season to be about this strange organization and the tengu shredder. nope. Heres what happened: the turtles get captured by a strange organization and are going on a ship to japan. Next week: The turtles are recovering from dons mutation then they get sent to the future. I think "ninja tribunal" should have been aired after fast forward. the season was but not the cliffhanger that explains the season. After the season 4 dark and gloom, playmates suggested that 4kids change the direction to something light and corny to boost toy sales. Thus fast forward was made...
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Ninja tribunal???What happens next????
Fast Forward is where the story picks up after the Ninja Tribunal and Original Shredder storylines finish. It goes:
Season 1 (Attack of the Mousers - The Search for Splinter)
Season 2 (Turtles in Space - The Big Brawl)
Season 3 (Space Invaders - Exodus)
Season 4 (Cousin Sid - The Ninja... Read More
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