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Thundercats: Season 1 Book 2

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Thundercats: Season 1 Book 2

Lion-O, Tygra, Cheetara, Panthro, WilyKit & WilyKat continue their quest, now armed with the Book of Omens to lead the way. Watch Lion-O's power and confidence grow as Mumm-Ra's forces increase in these 8 action-packed episodes.

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Like the original ThunderCats (1985), this new version is based on a line of sword-and-sorcery toys and action figures. As the adventure continues, Lion-O, Tygra, Panthro, Cheetara, WilyKit, and WilyKat pursue the magical stones that will enable them to reestablish the feline kingdom and defeat the evil Mumm-Ra and his minions. In the early episodes, the ThunderCats aid the Berbils, a group of robotic teddy bears, and a tribe of philosophical elephants who talk like Apu in The Simpsons. Both groups prove to be valuable allies, despite their seemingly harmless appearance. But most of these episodes focus on the sibling rivalry between Lion-O and Tygra. As the older brother, Tygra feels he should be the heir to the throne; Cheetara's announcement that she loves Tygra upsets Lion-O. When Lion-O inadvertently leads his friends into an ambush, he risks his life and soul to win their safety in a contrived series of didactic trials. Despite the guns, quarterstaves, nunchucks, tanks, ray guns, and martial arts moves, American TV restrictions on violence reduce the battles to ineffectual feints and explosions. (Not rated: suitable for ages 8 and older; violence) --Charles Solomon

(9. Berbils, 10. Sight Beyond Sight, 11. The Forest of Magi Oar, 12. Into the Astral Plane, 13. Between Brothers, 14. New Alliances, 15. The Trials of Lion-O (Part One), 16. The Trials of Lion-O (Part Two))


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Product Details

  • Actors: Emmanuelle Chriqui, Clancy Brown, Will Friedle, Dee Bradley Baker, Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Writers: Todd Casey, Brandon Easton
  • Producers: Sam Register, Michael Jelenic, Ethan Spaulding
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 5, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00782O82Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,258 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By B. L. Wray on July 6, 2012
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I have to say I am very pleased with the reboot of the series. I am a little say that it is on the chopping block for cancellation.

The voice work is superb, as is the art style. As I grew up with the original show that I swear was voiced by 3 people it is fantastic that they have a full staff of voice artists doing the characters (If you have heard the original screeching voices you will understand). The artwork is top notch clean animations and easy to follow during action scenes. Good story as well very deep considering the audience it was intended for.

all in all a great buy in my opinion.
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I have the collected edition of the 80's version, and wanted this simply to have all that is out there but I find it to be an interesting take on the TC it gives backstory where there was none before, it changes a bit of the lore, and does it in a fun way. I still prefer the 80's version but this WAS enjoyable.
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I just have to say that I am amazed!! Most "reboots" of older cartoons are very bad (like GI Joe) are just running on the popularity of the old ones. This is done very well and is awesome! Almost letting Lion-O grow up and learning responsibility of being Lord of the Thundercats. His rivalry with Tigra is pretty intense and interesting. I hope that they don't blow it, either! Good job!!
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i fell in love with this new version of ThunderCats. all of the same characters are there, with a bit of a twist on how they ended in the battle with MummRa. i even enjoy some improvements (Snarf is not nearly as annoying). i bought the entire first season. great addition to my collection.
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Awesome art and storyline. A must for kids of all ages for lessons to be learned. These episodes show a continuing quest by Lion-o and the rest of the Thundercats to rebuild their lives after the terrible defeat by Mumm-ra and the Lizards!
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This is the continuation of the Cartoon Network remake of Thundercats.

The series is a fresh look at a classic from my childhood. All of the original characters are represented, and the premise of the entire show is more or less the same... There are a few changes, but all of them are aimed at making the show more palatable for a younger, more tech-and-animation-savvy generation. If you were a fan then, you'll definitely be a fan now...
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To say the least its pretty good. The first episode was in my opinion not the way to start but minus that, the rest of the season builds up to a great ending. Most surprisingly is the integration of Buddhist and Hindu beliefs to further the story along. Very nice and brings good young adult themes into what i wish was a "several season series" Dam cartoon network.
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Book Two of Season One continues the adventures of Lion-O, his brother Tygra, Panthro, Snarf, Wilykit and Wilykat. Now with the Book of Omens in their possession, they travel to the outer wastelands, magical forests, and even dimensions searching for power stones that Mumm-Ra so desperately wants.

The Berbils make their debut in the reboot series, and they are still the loveable robotic teddy bears that I remember from the original series. They also return for another episode to help out Panthro with a new set of arms and they "reboot" the thundertank. The Trials of Lion-O Part one and two remind be of the five part episodes from the original.

Just like Book One there are only eight episodes, but these eight are well-written with great animation that any Thundercat's fan will enjoy. Sadly, I'll have to wait until October for the Book 3, which will have ten episodes, to come out.
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