Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Original Series - Season 4
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Season Four of the series took the show to new heights, as new characters were introduced, familiar characters were given increased depth, and our Heroes in a Halfshell continued to sky-rocket in popularity. From 1989-1992, the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" was one of the hottest cartoons on the planet, airing on Saturday mornings after a full hour of "Garfield and Friends," another terrific cartoon based on the comics of Jim Davis.
For me personally, Seasons Three and Four of this wonderful cartoon are my favorite. For them to finally -- FINALLY! -- be released on DVD has been a long time coming. And I could not be more thrilled that Season Four in its entirety is going to be released in one fell swoop, instead of being churned out disk by disk every spring and fall. Any seasons released after this, in my opinion, will just be icing on the cake. All I've wanted since the invention of DVD was to have Seasons Three and Four make it to this format, and it FINALLY HAPPENED!
I don't know if the "Turtle Tips" will ever see the light of day as far as bonus features go. There were only about ten of them, if I remember correctly, and they just kept getting recycled through all the seasons that aired on CBS.Read more ›
Whatever. There are lots of great things about this set. First of all it's FOURTEEN episodes for the same price you've been paying for all the other discs. So it's more than double the "Hun on the Run" disc, and 4x some of the early releases. Maybe 4Kids is being generous...or maybe it's just burning off the "old" episodes as the series makes the leap to the Fast Forward revamp. Your call.
Second, these are the better episodes from season 4. The first half of the season was kinda hit-and-miss, but the latter half picked things up with a new intro sequence, Karai becoming the new Shredder, a mutant outbreak caused by Bishop, and Don's mutation. Nobody, Usagi Yojimbo, and Gen guest star, the Uncle Augie mystery is solved, and Savanti Romero returns for revenge. There's also a heartbreaking tale from Master Yoshi's early years.
Third, we get the banned episode "Insane in the Membrane." This one explains what happened to Baxter Stockman, as well as the introduction of the new Battle Shell seen in the intro. It's a little stronger medicine than the usual fare perhaps, but nothing worth being banned for. Again, your call.
The only thing missing is the season finale "Ninja Tribunal," which has probably been saved for the direct-to-video Ninja Tribunal storyline coming in 2007. Regardless, this is a must-buy for Turtles fans. A great value, and great entertainment.
This Has 5 DVD's Each DVDs Has 8 Episode Each. I'm Still A Fan Of This Series.
EP 01 Plan Six from Outer Space (1990).
EP 02 Turtles of the Jungle (1990).
EP 03 Michelangelo's Toys Around (1990).
EP 04 Peking Turtle (1990).
EP 05 Shredder's Mom (1990).
EP 06 Four Turtles and a Baby (1990).
EP 07 Turtlemaniac (1990).
EP 08 Rondo in New York (1990).
EP 09. Planet of the Turtles (1990).
EP 10. Name That Toon (1990).
EP 11. Menace Maestro, Please (1990).
EP 12. Super Hero For a Day (1990).
EP 13. Back to the Egg (1990).
EP 14. Son of Return of the Fly ll (1990).
EP 15. Raphael Knocks 'Em Dead! (1990).
EP 16. Bebop and RockSteady Conquer the Universe (1990).
EP 17 Raphael Meets His Match (1990).
EP 18 Slash - The Evil Turtle from Dimension X (1990).
EP 19 Leonardo Lightens Up (1990).
EP 20 Were-Rats from Channel 6 (1990).
EP 21 Funny, They Shrunk Michelangelo (1990)
EP 22 The Big Zipp Attack (1990)
EP 23 Donatello Makes Time (1990).
EP 24 Farewell, Lotus Blossom! (1990).
EP 25 Rebel Without a Fin (1990).
EP 26 Rhino-Man (1990).
EP 27 Michelangelo Meets Bugman (1990).
EP 28 Poor Little Rich Turtle (1990).
EP 29 What's Michelangelo Good For (1990).
EP 30 The Dimension X Story (1990).
EP 31 Donatello Degree (1990).
EP 32 The Big Cufflink Caper (1990).
EP 33 Leonardo Versus Tempestra (1990).
EP 34 Splinter Vanishes (1990).
EP 35 Raphael Drives 'em Wild (1990).
EP 36 Beyond the Donatello Nebula (1990).Read more ›
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Must have for any TMNT fan. It will bring back many memories for sure. I grew up watching them and I'm still a big fan. Read morePublished 1 month ago by avi8tor4life
My nephew was very happy. Price was way too high, but it's what he wanted.Published 2 months ago by Tyler Pope
Great season. The DVD is set up great into (4) evenly dispersed discs and includes episodes involving Slash, Rat King, and Leatherhead, as well as the last appearance from... Read morePublished 12 months ago by JRM
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