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King Arthur and the Knights of Justice: The Complete Animated Series
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In the depths of the Middle Ages, King Arthur and his noble Knights of Justice are taken captive by Arthur's evil half sister Morgana and imprisoned in a tomb of ice. It is up to Merlin the Magician to travel into the future to seek replacement Knights from a modern day football team to defend Camelot from Morgana, Lord Viper and the Warlords in a fight for justice!
Episodes: Opening Kick-Off, The Search for Guinevere, The Unbeliever, Even Knights Have to Eat, Assault on Castle Morgana, Quest for Courage, The Warlord Knight, The Challenge, To Save a Squire, The Surrender, Darren's Key, Viper's Phantom, The Way Back, A Matter of Honor, What the Key Unlocked, Tyronne and Everett Alone, The Dark Side, The Quitter, Camelot Park, The High Ground, The Island, Quest for the Book, Enter Morgana, The Cure, Winter Campaign, Tone's Triumph
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Children shows of today lack the display of character. Most are just about having fun and a lot of selfishness before a quickly forgotten, subtle lesson. Less about getting into a lot of trouble and saying sorry, More about overcoming the obstacles in the way of doing something good, Especially when it's you. This show follows a football team having fun via the adventure that life, and time travel, brings in just trying to do what's right. Even with the magic aspect that's a little beyond reality the show provides the role model of an eager-to-always-improve hero. Transformers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Thundercats, Ducktales. If my sons going to look up to a fictional character, I rather it be King Arthur than a sponge.
There is a wide array of things to attribute to who I am today, and the values in characters I looked up to in entertainment as a child definitely played a role. With that said, I'm glad that I can comfortably let my son watch a show knowing that it shares the same character building values I try to teach him myself.
Adding it to my collection and rewatching the series, it was nostalgic.
My only two problems was the fact a) you could tell quality differences between the original "season" vs the following; the original was smoother, in my opinion. b) the series was cut short of it's expected life, considering the sort of story they had going. You never get to see what becomes of the boys who take part in the great legend, or what happens to the actual King Arthur...
Those two points aside...great and wonderful to add to a collection.