Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Three Complete Volumes [DVD]
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Nine episodes from the first season of the 2003 Turtles comeback series. In 'Things Change', the Turtles are ambushed by an army of Mousers while training in their lair, and are separated from their mentor, Splinter. 'A Better Mouse Trap' sees the Turtles discovering the source of the Mouser robots that trashed their lair: Dr Baxter Stockman. In 'Attack of the Mousers', the Turtles trade crucial information with Stockman's lab assistant April O'Neil after rescuing her from Stockman's evil clutches. In 'Meet Casey Jones', Raphael must face the reality of his hotheaded ways when he meets up with Casey Jones, a vigilante erring a little to the right of justice. In 'Nano', a scientist accidentally unleashes a super-powered Nanotech monster with a childlike mind, sparking a crime spree that even the Turtles have problems putting an end to. Finally, 'Darkness on the Edge of Town' sees the Turtles discovering the Foot Ninja stealing a Japanese ceremonial sword from the Metropolitan Museum of Art during a strange blackout. In 'The Way of Invisibility', Raphael and Casey Jones encounter the Foot Tech Ninjas, who are enhanced with cyber armour that makes them faster, stronger and able to cloak themselves so that they are virtually invisible. When Raphael is kidnapped, Casey and the others must get to him in time - before he leads the Foot Tech Ninja to the turtles' lair. In 'Fallen Angel', the Turtles and Casey Jones break up a Purple Dragon robbery, and end up having to fight the biggest, most evil Dragons, including Hun, their leader. In 'Garbage Run', the turtles mount an investigation when members of their group of homeless friends start mysteriously disappearing into the night...
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disc one:series 1, episodes 1 2 3
disc two:serise 1, episodes 4 5 6
disc three: series 1, episodes 7 8 9
i would personally buy the series' seperate but we still love the turtles
Irritating fact is that each show has to be started individually - the next doesn't follow on automatically.