Thundercats Season 1, Part 1 Coming to DVD

This summer, the Code of Thundera will live on when Warner Home Video releases ThunderCats: The Original Series Season 1 Part 1 July 12, 2011 on DVD – just ahead of the all-new series premiere of ThunderCats on Cartoon Network.

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By EdGross - 6/5/2011
The 2-disc collection set, priced to own at $19.97, includes the first 12 action-packed episodes, as well as a special featurette entitled "Feel the Magic, Hear the Roar," where fans speak out about their incredible passion for the classic animated series.

One of the 1980s’ most popular animated series, ThunderCats spawned fan-driven conventions and a wide array of highly sought-after consumer products – from action figures and video games to lunch boxes and comic books. ThunderCats: The Original Series Season 1 Part 1 introduces the first animated adventures of the feline-inspired fantasy! A noble band of survivors from the peaceful world of Thundera bravely faces off against vicious mutants intent on destroying them. Make way for exotic creatures, mystical powers and action-packed battles of good versus evil in the exciting saga of the ThunderCats!

ThunderCats: The Original Series Season 1 Part 1 follows the heroic groups’ early adventures as they adopt Third Earth as their new home and encounter alien beings galore – some friendly, some looking for a fight! And while they brave their strange surroundings, their young leader Lion-O struggles with his new responsibilities as head of their foundling civilization. The result is more than four hours of classic cartoon thrills.

“This release is perfectly timed to engage devoted fans eagerly awaiting the new ThunderCats series debut on Cartoon Network this summer,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, WHV Executive Director, Family & Animation Marketing. “We are excited for this great opportunity to introduce the series to a brand new generation a quarter of a century after the original premiere.”


Disc 1
1. Exodus
2. The Unholy Alliance
3. Berbils
4. The Slaves of Castle Plun-darr
5. Pumma-Ra
6. The Terror of Hammerhand

Disc 2
7. Trouble with Time
8. The Tower of Traps
9. The Garden of Delights
10. Mandora the Evil Chaser
11. The Ghost Warrior
12. The Doomgaze
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Cbmfan2 - 6/5/2011, 11:47 AM
Just because it's on DVD, doesn't make it a movie. Failed post.
marvel72 - 6/5/2011, 11:56 AM
release it on blu-ray & i'll buy it,i try & stop buying dvd's if i can blu-ray is the future.
THUNDERCAT817 - 6/5/2011, 12:00 PM
jjmeylar - 6/5/2011, 12:36 PM
New packaging? Oooooo. Niiiiiice. :p Losers.
claybo4131 - 6/5/2011, 12:56 PM
How is this news, the DVD's have been out for years, I have the entire run on DVD, same with some other classic cartoons. ONly 12 episodes, cmon there are 130 episodes of Thundercats, this is not news, well it was 5 or 6 years ago when the DVD's came out.
TheDetectiveComicRises - 6/5/2011, 1:37 PM
They did the same thing with Transformers and GI Joe but like those I guess they were to expensive for people who could not afford them the first time so now they will be more affordable because I notice the almost $20 price Transformers and GI Joe are the same price.
Darko84 - 6/6/2011, 4:30 AM
Yeah they already gave out the whole series on dvd and wtf 20$ for 13 ep. I got the entire series for 25$.

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