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  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: September 2, 2003
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000AGWP0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,297 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By 976-ERIC on April 1, 2006
Format: DVD
This second volume of the 2003 TMNT animated series introduces us to the character of Casey Jones. In the comic books, keeping with the satire of sheltered and inexperieced youth raised on tv and rock n roll, he is angst ridden and vengeful not b/c a loved one was murdered by criminals, just b/c he watches too many cops and robbers type movies. Hilarious irony. Here, we get a character, not entirely unlike that, but with an important difference: his father was killed by Purple Dragons. It may take away from the play on hollywood action films, but it is a different angle to explore his character (albeit an overused angle; which was the joke behind why he had no motivation in the comics) and continues the trend of weaving all the characters of this show together into a mosaic universe as opposed to the kaleidoscopic one of the comics. Again the adaption of the books (this time Raphael #1) is superb. After loosing his cool during a sparring session Raphael storms off (yes, again) and encounters one, Casey Jones, who has even less self control than he does, and he feels obligated to behave as an agent of balance for the two of them resulting in the expected and anticipated fight scenes. This episode is a real treat. There is dynamic animation throughout this entire piece and the addition of the Purple Dragons and the other TMNTs to the plot only adds more players to the action scenes.

The second episode, "Nano," concerns an artificially intelligent nano-robot (nano technology was being used in plots in the current TMNT comic book) that develops his own emotions and labels a theiving louse as "dad." Nano, eager to earn his surrogate father's love, foolishly commits crimes for him and gains the TMNT's attention when they happen upon him in a criminal act.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazoning on July 20, 2004
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Casey Jones is a hockey mask-wearing vigilante, who has lots of heart and very little self-control. The episode "Meet Casey Jones" starts with Raphael losing his temper, and almost seriously injuring one of his brothers during a practice session. Raph gets out of the lair and goes topside to clear his head. He comes upon a mugging being done by members of the Purple Dragon gang that is interrupted by a hockey mask wearing (of course) Casey Jones. Raphael winds up saving the Purple Dragon gang members from Casey's wrath. Eventually, Casey and Raph recognize each other as ill-tempered kindred souls. The start of a beautiful friendship.

The next episode "Nano" is where April meets Casey Jones. April displays a more than passing interest in Casey, until Casey makes one his stream of consciousness statements, and an argument between the two of them ensues. There doesn't seem to be an etiquette filter between Casey's brain and his mouth. After being introduced to Casey in the first two episodes of this tape, Casey is absent from "Darkness on the Edge of Town", but the placement of this episode maintains the sequence of the series' stories.

Although these three episodes are grouped as "Meet Casey Jones", Casey is not much of a factor in "Nano", and doesn't appear at all in "Darkness on the Edge of Town". The consistent theme in the episodes is technology. In "Meet Casey Jones", the Battle Shell (a refurbished armored truck) is in action, as well as the Shell-cycle (a motorcycle) Donatello made that is used by Raphael. "Nano" is a technological antagonist - nano-bots with a hive mind - the Turtles battle, and where the Turtles again use the Battle Shell and the Shell-cycle.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Simon on January 19, 2004
Format: DVD
This is the second volume of the new TMNT series. A lot of plot points are introduced in these three episodes, including the Turtles' first encounter with vigilante Casey Jones, their discovery of some interesting secrets concerning their new lair, the construction of their Battle Shell assault vehicle, and the introduction of the mystical Sword of Tengu. The Turtles also encounter a microscopic robot known as the Nano, which leads to an above-average filler adventure. If you're a Turtles' fan, these episodes are essential viewing.
However, see if you can either rent this DVD or catch the re-runs on TV. 3 episodes a disc is a blatant rip-off. WB puts at least 4 episodes on its Batman/Justice League DVDs. Those are bad enough, but 3 is inexcusable. As much as I love the Turtles, I'm not wasting my money on these DVDs.
TMNT is a quality cartoon series. This DVD is not.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 11, 2003
Format: DVD
This is my favorite of the new TMNT volumes out, and it has Raphael and the rest of the group meet vigilante Casey Jones, who like Raph is a hothead, which causes Raph to confront his own hot-headed ways. And right after the Turtles gain this new ally they must deal with a nano-bot that's grown attached to a street-smart crook. One problem: In order to protect it's "daddy," the bot becomes more powerful... and BIGGER! The third volume has the green teens's second run-in with the Foot since the first episode, this time they have the power of this mystical sword. The DVD also introduces the Battleshell(think a hyped-up version of the Turtle Van from the first show). I think this volume is great... Mikey's still annoying, though.
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