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Investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith, one-time companion to hat strange wanderer in time and space known as the Doctor, is back for a second, expanded, series of alien-busting adventures. When Sarah's adopted son, Luke, first became part of Sarah Jane's life, he encountered a world of adventure - not just of dangerous aliens bent on invasion and destruction, but also an amazing world of wonder and excitement which showed him that the universe really is an amazing place. This is something that Sarah Jane is keen to keep from Bannerman Road, and Series Two's, newest addition, fourteen-year- old Rani Chandraand her parents Gita and Haresh. But sparky Rani is a wannabe journalistand, like Sarah Jane, is not the type to let a mystery go unsolved! Get ready for more danger, mystery and Get ready for more danger, mystery and wonder as incomparable Sarah Jane Smith returns for a second series of the spectacular, thrilling children's drama from the makers of Doctor Who and Torchwood.]]>
The three-disc set has an agreeable amount of extras, though many, like episode synopses for both seasons and character profiles, are text-based and therefore a bit underwhelming. More interesting are interviews with the cast and behind-the-scenes footage, most taken from UK kids' series like Blue Peter. There's also an enjoyable quiz section that yields an amusing comic clip. --Paul Gaita
This will be my 300th overall review on Amazon and the 49th review of this fine series.
The second season of Sarah Jane Adventures had the show really take off with the... Read more
Few things in life exceed the joy of experiencing Sarah Jane Smith adventures. I view her as the matriarch of the Doctor Who universe.Published 5 months ago by n varney
This is a great follow up or introduction to Doctor Who, especially for kids. I'm watching this with 4 kids from kindergarten to high school. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Haven't viewed all the dvds, so I can't comment on the overall technical quality- so far so good.
For the content of the shows, that's a matter of personal taste that should... Read more
A wonderful junior version of Dr. Who. The characters weren't quite fully developed in the first two season, but they are a great deal of fun.Published 20 months ago by Susan Benson