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Dungeons And Dragons Volume 4 [DVD]
Dungeons And Dragons Volume 4 [DVD]
Dvd ~ John Gibbs

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well thats all of them...., 21 Sep 2004
If yer like me then you would have snapped these dvd's up as soon as they were released meaning that this is the last one you need to finish the set. These episodes are much in depth then previous ones, simply because by this point we know exactly what is going on. The better episodes on this disc include 'The twelth talismen' and 'The citadel of shadow'.
The thing that really makes this dvd such a gem though is the featurette on 'requiem'. D&D was cancelled in its third series and although the writers had come up with a final script it was never animated. On this dvd, mark evanier (creator) talks of how he would have liked his final episode to be portrayed. The script is included on the disc which, for big fans like myself, makes a really interesting read. do they finally get home? You'll have to buy the dvd adn find out for yerself!

Dungeons And Dragons: Volume 3 [DVD]
Dungeons And Dragons: Volume 3 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Willie Aames

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It keeps getting better, 4 Aug 2004
This is the third out of a 4 disc set of the classic cartoon Dungeon and Dragons. Chances are if you have bought this or are thinking of buying it then you have already purchased the disc 1 and 2. However this disc is far more superior than the previous 2 simply because it contains what is thought to be the best D&D episode ever....'The Dragons Graveyard'. By this point we have a good understanding of the children and what is going on around then with regards to the realm, however in these episodes (especially 'The Traitor' and 'The Dragons Graveyard') we are given a deeper insight into the characters. The overall story of the series becomes more intriging as we learn of a special relationship between Venger and Dungeonmaster.....could they be son and father?
However you look at this DVD, it is a must see. the special features are kept at a high standard as we have seen so far with original artwork, character profiles, fan commentary on two episodes and internet linking material.

Dungeons and Dragons - Vol. 1 [DVD]
Dungeons and Dragons - Vol. 1 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Dungeons and Dragons
Offered by Jasuli
Price: 9.95

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars About time!, 12 May 2004
I was around 9 or 10 when this show was aired in the UK and i loved it. it was a huge part of my childhood and i made sure i caught every episode. For years i saw many cartoons released onto video and DVD and i always wondered if they would ever produce this. At long last they have.
The episodes on this DVD are the early ones, the ones to follow do get better but here we see ourselves being introduced to a group of young kids thrown into a crazy world. They are given funky weapons to aid them (i always thought the cloak would be the most fun), fight against the evil Venger.
The extras on the DVD are interesting to say the least. we see two character profiles (i'm guessing more will be on the following volumes). and the commentaries are quite amusing.
If you are fond of the show and remember it well then you have to buy this DVD and eventually collect the entire series of this cult show.

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