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All 130 episodes from the classic animated series. During the first season, the world of Thundera is in crisis. The planet's structure has become unstable and is near collapse. With their destruction imminent, Thundera's denizens, known as the Thundercats, escape in a spaceship and plot a course for a new home. While in transit, the Thundercats are attacked by evil mutants and their craft is irreparably damaged. Jaga, the eldest Thundercat, sacrifices himself in order to pilot the ship safely to its destination: Third Earth. In the second season, when a recurring vision torments leader Lion-O, the Thundercats realise that three more Thunderians must have survived the destruction of Thundera. A daring rescue mission pits the Thundercats against the villainous Mumm-Ra, who has strengthened his forces of mutants and broadened the range of his dark territories. Ultimately Lion-O saves the new Thunderians, but the cost is high: Mumm-Ra becomes even more powerful and more determined to destroy the Thundercats.
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This DVD is worth having, but it's not completely without flaws. The first episode, Exodus, has been cut in several places. I once owned the VHS of Exodus, which edited together the first 4 episodes into a film. Exodus was about 26 minutes long, including an introduction that came before the opening credits. The version on this DVD set is the standard 21-22 minutes. It might not sound like much, but it's noticeable having watched the VHS version so much!
The episode order seems a bit strange as well. While the majority are stand-alone episodes, there's a 5-part episode called Lion'O's Annointment, which has been broken up with a few episodes between each part in this set. I'm not sure why this was done as they were broadcast on consecutive days back in the '80s.
Lastly, the DVD menus seem a bit unremarkable. They're just static images, something that could easily be made on a home computer. It would have been nice to have dynamic animated menus, just to make the set seem more valuable.
But despite all of this, the set is actually value for money at the price, so I would recommend it for the nostalgia alone.
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