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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 6 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: NR (Not Rated) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By leigh Maza on 22 Feb. 2015
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Grew up watching theses just class series
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
TMNT are back 11 Dec. 2006
By Andres M. Vilhjalmsson - Published on
Format: DVD
Finally, the last episodes of season 3. These episodes are just as good as the ones on volume 5, if not better. The last 3 episodes of season 3, "The Big" three-part story arch, has to be the best story of the entire run, giving an excellent conclusion to the best season of TMNT. Volume 6 also has the first episode of season 4 and that episode takes place right after The Big Blow out and sets the stage for the european vacation story arch. As great as the three-part-finale is, there are also other great episodes, the most notable episode is Shredderville, which is a rather darker than usual, alternetive reality-based episode. Very enjoyable and a fan favourite. Other great episodes are The Great Boldini, The Missing Map and The Turtle Terminator, which is a very silly but hilarious episode, sort of a guilty pleasure. Many recurring characters return, like The Rat King, Baxter Stockman and General Tragg. The Shredder and Krang are also as brilliant as ever. I recommend Vol. 6 for fans of TMNT or just any fan of good entertainment.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Season 3 finally finishes 11 Dec. 2006
By Christopher P. Cecena - Published on
Format: DVD
It may not be the longest running cartoon or children's program, but you have to admit, the original Ninja Turtles show definitely is a rarity in the animation world: not only did it total an impressive 10 seasons, but a respectable 193 episodes as well. Vol. 6 finally wraps up the show's 3rd season (at this point, the series was still in syndication and not on Saturdays), with some fun episodes like Shredderville which features the Turtles stuck in a nightmarish alternate-reality where Shredder rules Manhattan, all mutants are outlawed, and an unstable Technodrome is stuck in the middle of town and threatening to explode at any second; Bye Bye Fly, which brings back Baxter Fly for yet another confrontation with the mutants; and the Turtle Terminator, in which the Turtles fight a killer robot duplicate of Irma(this episode also features Hal Rayle and Greg Berg performing the respective roles of Raphael and Donatello instead of the usual Rob Paulsen and Barry Gordon). Best of all, some of these episodes are actually new to me. There were a few episodes that I sadly missed when I watched it back in 1989, so I'm thankful for the DVD release so I can finally see these for the first time.

Season 3's finale marked another multi-part arc, this time a 3-parter that notably has the words "The Big" at the beginning of each title. As we remembered at the end of season 2 (aka vol. 2), Shredder and Krang's giant mechanical moving fortress, the Technodrome, escaped Dimension X, only to wind up being buried in the Earth's core and left low on power, thus keeping it from escaping its prison. The past season focused on the bad guys trying to find an energy source to restore it to its full strength. Now, the Technodrome has at last been restored to normal (thanks to Bebop and Rocksteady of all characters!), and the Turtles must now stop it with the fate of the entire planet hanging in the balance. Part 2: The Big Break-In is another episode I've never seen before, so I'm really happy to finally see all three parts in order. (I actually saw part 3 first, so I was shocked to see the Technodrome suddenly pop up out of nowhere).

The final episode, as well as the first episode of the show's 4th season, Plan 6 from Outer Space, notable for its title sendup of the infamous Ed Wood film Plan 9 from Outer Space, serves as not only an epilogue to the 3-parter but a lead in to the next arc as well. At the end of the episode Michelangelo winds up winning a vacation in Europe, which sends the Turtles vacationing throughout the country for the next 10 or so episodes. However, although these episodes were made, they didn't air until the show's 7th season. Whether these will wind up on vol 7 in production order or on a much future volume in airdate order we'll have to wait and see.

I'm happy that Lion's Gate is at least getting better at bringing the releases out (as opposed to where we had to wait a year for the second volume!), and unlike Disney's multiple Disney Afternoon-era DVD sets, the quality and menus are at least decent, although I still wish we had some sort of bonus material. Still, the low price range and the fact that it has 2-4 times the amount of episodes most single DVD sets have still make it a good pickup, especially if you've been a huge fan of this show like myself.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Another batch of great T.M.N.T. episodes! 8 April 2014
By jdealy999 - Published on
Format: DVD
In the fall of 1992, the next 16 episodes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were seen every Saturday morning. The animation and soundtrack got even better over time. This DVD set consists of Episodes #128 through #143.

Episode #128: Leonardo hears a distress signal and goes to investigate it. When the other Turtles return, they think that Leonardo was kidnapped! (Turns out that Leonardo heard the distress from a trio of dinosaurs, whom later befriend him.)

Meanwhile, Krang has his most devious scheme yet to take the Technodrome out of the icy Arctic. He plans to turn the Earth on its axis, causing the polar ice caps to melt and causing a huge climate change! When Shredder gets word that Leonardo is missing, he uses Bebop as a decoy to lure the other Turtles into a battle while he and Krang build their new Hyper Thruster to execute their evil plan. But as always, the T.M.N.T. is one step ahead of the nefarious villains and manage to stop them once again.

Episode #129: Tired of the Technodrome being trapped under the ice, Shredder and Krang launch their ultimate plan to free themselves -- by launching a new satellite Super Laser from NASA. Krang distracts the Turtles by enlisting General Traag's help. He uses his Rockalyzer to turn rocks into his fellow minions. While the T.M.N.T. deal with that chaos, Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady break into NASA to attach the remote control to the satellite so that Krang can control it from his Technodrome.

Once the T.M.N.T. make work of General Traag's rock minions, Krang quickly sends him back home before the Turtles have a chance to capture him! But it's not over yet -- Krang uses the satellite's Super Laser to free the Technodrome, which he finally manages to accomplish. So what can the Turtles do now?! By employing Master Splinter's meditation called Wu-Wee, they use their mental minds to cause Bebop and Rocksteady to fight with each other. Bebop accidentally breaks the Super Laser's controls, causing it to create a big hole in the ice -- and the Technodrome is headed right for it!! Shredder and Krang are helpless to stop it, and it falls right under the ice, landing at the bottom of the ocean!! NOW what will those evil villains do?! :)

Episode #130: Krang, inside his Bubble Walker, helps the Foot Soldiers tune up his robot android body. But when Bebop and Rocksteady accidentally insert a video game chip inside it, Krang's body goes absolutely bonkers! Not only that, but Shredder falls down a big hole and suffers amnesia in the process! :( The T.M.N.T. find out what happened and fail to stop Krang's body from attacking NYC -- at first. But thanks to Michaelangelo's video game know how, they are able to stop Krang's body once and for all, destroying it in the process. And yes, Shredder does get his memory back too.

Episode #131: The Turtles fellow friend, Kerma, returns to NYC from the planet of Shangri-La. He informs the T.M.N.T. that a robot by the name of Destructor X was sent to destroy him! There is lots of great music is in this episode, and the action is quite intense! Big Louie and his henchmen also make an appearance, causing even more trouble for the Turtles.

Episode #132: Irma accidentally gets some mutagen spilled on her, and it causes her to gain some super powers! She uses her newfound powers to stop Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady from stealing the Anti Magnet. She succeeds at first, but as Shredder always says -- he tries and tries again. The T.M.N.T. start to become concerned about Irma and follow her around NYC. When she notices Shredder stealing the Anti Magnet a second time, she accidentally falls inside his transport module and gets driven back to the Technodrome! When Krang gets wind of what happened, he has the Foot Soldiers capture her (because her newfound powers have already worn off).

So the T.M.N.T. devise a plan to drive their Turtle Van underwater and break into the Technodrome. Not only do they rescue Irma, but Donatello rewires the Anti Magnet into a REGULAR magnet, causing a fleet of ships to destroy the Technodrome.

Episode #133: Professor Sopho makes another return (he was previously seen in Episode #96: Donatello's Degree) and intends to pull the Earth towards the sun, causing it to become extremely hot! The T.M.N.T. come across Vernon's nephew, Foster, much to their chagrin. However, Foster eventually sees the good side of the Turtles and decides to help them locate Professor Sopho's new hideout. Foster uses his own magnet invention against Sopho and restores the Earth to its natural gravity -- AWAY from the sun, of course.

Episode #134: Krang encounters an old female foe, Shreeka. She demands that Krang give her the powerful energy ring that he allegedly stole from her. He tricks her by stating that April O'Neil has it. She quickly follows suit and kidnaps Bebop and Rocksteady in the process. When Shreeka and April finally meet, it's a very ugly battle. This isn't one of my favorite episodes, but the good part is, Shreeka DOES get her comeuppance, so stay tuned in to the episode to find out what happens!

Episode #135: Slash, the evil Turtle from Dimension X, returns to NYC -- but he's a complete and utter genius now! When Donatello finds out what happened, he tries to warn the other T.M.N.T. of Slash's comeback. When they all meet up with Slash at Channel 6, he traps them in a coat of ice, using one of his diabolical inventions. He also turns Vernon and Burne Thompson into Turtles -- oh no!! :( April eventually frees the Turtles from their icy prison and helps them capture Slash once and for all. The Turtles manage to trick Slash into turning Vernon and Burne back to normal, then they have the ultimate battle with him. When Slash falls to his imminent doom, he turns back to his normal, dumb self and loses his genius brain powers in the process.

Episode #136: Shredder notices a Japanese sword and intends to steal it. Meanwhile, Krang intends to build an army of mud mutants by destroying the Tri-State Bridge -- with the trucks on it that contain very explosive chemicals. It's up to the T.M.N.T. to stop both him and Shredder and get the sword back! Master Splinter plays a pivotal role in this episode.

Episode #137: Michaelangelo accidentally turns on Donatello's Dream-O-Vision Helmet, causing his dreams to become reality! But that's not all -- a ghostly figure by the name of Creepy Eddie manages to get himself out of the Dream World and into the Turtles' Lair! It's up to the rest of the T.M.N.T. -- AND Master Splinter, to stop Eddie and send him back from whence he came.

Episode #138: The final Shredder and Krang episode on this DVD (don't worry -- they'll return for a bunch of episodes on Season 7!). Krang launches his grandest scheme yet -- he intends to build a fake Treasure Island to lure Big Louie, Pinky McFingers, and Mad Dog McMutt so that he can cause them to float away. This will cause Krang to be the ONLY ruler of the entire underworld!
Meanwhile, the T.M.N.T. have their own problems when Michaelangelo accidentally touches Donatello's Revivifier Ray, causing the 3 Turtles to shrink to Mini Turtle size! Stay tuned to the episode to find out how the T.M.N.T. get out of this little predicament (pun intended) and stop the fake Treasure Island from floating away.

Episodes #139 through #143 feature other brand new villains, and there will also be a second appearance by April O'Neil's aunt, Agatha the detective (previously seen on Episode #51).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Sixth Slice! 21 Aug. 2012
By Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews - Published on
Format: DVD
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back for their sixth season.

Episodes on the two disc set are:

Rock Around The Block
Krangestien Lives!
Super Irma
Adventures in Turtle-Sitting
Sword of Yurikawa
Return of the Turtleoid
Shreeka's Revenge
Too Hot To Handle
Nightmare in the Lair
Phantom of the Sewers
Donatello Trashes Slash
Sleuth on the Loose
Polly Wanna Pizza
Leonardo is Missing
Mr. Nice Guy
Snakes Alive!

Honestly, I think this was the last season that I watched as a kid. I saw seasons 7-10 when they came out on DVD. Too bad there are no extras on this set. I would have to say that Krangestien Lives! and Adventures in Turtle-Sitting are my favorites from the season.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Good '80s action cartoon 1 Jan. 2007
By David FERNANDEZ SABIO - Published on
Format: DVD
The last volume of Lionsgate as they plan to release the rest of eps of TMNT in season sets instead of individual volumes.This one ends the Season 3 and the last ep Plan 6 from Outer Space have diff ending credits and it's marked copyright 1990.The eps mainly focuses on the rising of the Technodrome from the center of Earth to the surface and the conquering of the world by Krang which fails due the incompetence of Bebop and Rocksteady.In the last ep the Turtles won a trip to Europe grom a Pizza brand ad thing that we won't see until season 7.I'm waiting to see the 4th season sets.
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