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Besides the obvious answers of X-Men and Spider-Man from the 90's, what other shows would you like to see on DVD that are not?
James Bond Jr. - I liked it back in the day, but I was also 11 or 12 and have not seen it since. Will I like it still at 27? Only one way to find out and Thats to own it on DVD.
M.A.S.K - Someone told me there was some version out butnit was like a best of type of set and no seasons have been released. They should put this one out.
Rock 'N Wrestling - because WWF is dead and it is WWE now I bet this will never happen.
Muppet Babies - Too much Lucas Film footage will most likely prevent this from seeing release.
I'd like to someday see a DVD release of the entire Beetlejuice animated series, but the prospect of that may not be so bleak; a few episodes of the cartoon have been added as bonus features on the commemorative anniversary release of Tim Burton's live-action movie. Perhaps if that leads to high enough demand for it, a DVD release of the cartoon series could possibly happen.
That, and it would look horribly dated, since many of the wrestlers depicted on the show have since passed away, retired or jumped ship to other wrestling factions.Originally Posted by Toonfan1980
Also, WWF didn't die; it's still the same federation still owned by Vince McMahon. Its' name only had to be changed because Vince lost a long-running legal battle with the World Wildlife Fund over the use of the initials WWF.
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"The Real" Ghostbusters in a normal volumes style set and not a $200 online only boxes set of the complete series. Please oh please someone release it normal!
Muppet Babies would be cool but it would be wicked edited and I don't know if it would fit my taste anymore....
How 'bout Monster Rancher and Static Shock? While those shows are technically on DVD, it's only like the first few episodes of either . All we have right now is YouTube...
I'd love to see Pac-Man and Mr. T TAS get a release. Actually, there are quite a few 80's cartoons that need a decent release, including Pound Puppies and 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo.
Want to hear an animal walks into a bar joke?
For me is Megas XLR and The Real Ghostbusters(soon)
You'll never get credit for my discovery,Who's going to believe a talking head? Get a job in a sideshow*Herbert West*
Deadpool: They replace Megas XLR for this!? Man whereĺs the world coming to
Ones I'd like to have (off the top of my head) Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, ExoSquad, X-Men, Bionic Six, M.A.S.K., and The New Adventures of Speed Racer . . . well, I liked it.
Muppet Babies - Yes, it has a lot of footage that could cause a problem, but I still hope they'll release it someday and make me a happy fan
Beetlejuice - Honestly surprised it hasn't been yet!
Daria - Same as Muppet Babies
Rainbow Brite - I believe it was released in Australia, but not in the US. Why not is anyone's guess.
Earthworm Jim, if only to replace my old off-air recordings.
If only we knew what company really owned the rights to this series.
I haven't seen it since it last aired on Kids'WB, why hasn't this been done yet?
Transformers: Robots In Disguise
The show wasn't great, but I'd buy it to see it again. I'm surprised Disney didn't release DVDs to coin side with the movie. Hopefully they'll do it with Revenge of The Fallen.
There's a lot I'd like to see, but I'm keeping what I really want here:
More King of the Hill: Did the sales just drop or is there a reason why we can't get past season 6 of the show? I'd buy seasons 7-9 but they aren't necessities, but I'd love to have seasons 10-12 in my collection.
Season 2, Volume 2 of Gargoyles, as well as the rest of the Disney Afternoon: I think the problem here was the extreme lack of advertising for the sets, so only the hardcore would know. I think we got so lucky to get the first couple of each sets because there must of been enough hardcore fans to warrant more, but the price jump for Gargoyles and the lack of bonus features or great quality for the rest of the sets is what killed it. Which I could understand, but it still sucks, since I'd of liked to have Greg Weisman's Gargoyles run in my collection.
Volume 4 of Animaniacs: I personally don't think the sales were that weak for volume 3: I remember reading in my paper's weekly DVD updates section that it was the best selling children's release for the week, which is typically dominated by SpongeBob and Dora. Maybe it's liscensing, but I want to know more.
The rest of Ed, Edd, n' Eddy, Foster's, and Billy & Mandy: Everyone asks for Dexter's Lab and Megas, and while I'd go all over the former's pre-revival eps, I want more from these three before anything else, mostly since I bought their less-than-great first seasons, and I want to get the great years of theirs. I'm really happy that The Powerpuff Girls is getting a complete series set; maybe this is what Warner should do for these three. In fact, EEnE has it's tenth anniversary coming up, itself, and it did more in it's decade-long-run than PPG's did...
You know what, I think it'd be fair if CN gave Sheep in the Big City a complete series set, too, since it only has two seasons that wouldn't sell too well individually. Better get out one set that contains a show that wouldn't make much than just half and never get to see the rest.
The Ren & Stimpy Show Complete Series UNCUT: I'll forgive anything John K has said about any of my favorite shows if he'll actually give us the apology set that he promised would contain all of the show's original masters in one easy purchase. I would deal with a cut first two seasons, but I also like the Games eps and even Adult Party Cartoon to an extent("Ren Seeks Help" and "Altruists" are pretty good, and even "Naked Beach Frenzy" wasn't that bad), but I'm not paying for them separately, at least cut.
Rocko's Modern Life: And by this, I don't mean buying seasons in two overpriced volumes online that are made for order to use on a specific type of DVD player that I may not even have. I mean actual season sets that I can easily buy over at my local video stores that I know'll work and might even have some special features, too. I'll also say the same for Ned's Declassifed School Survival Guide, since it has the same treatment gonig through right now, but isn't a cartoon.
Daria: Take the music out, I'll be fine. But I just need this show on my person whenever I want. Far too good to let escape from memory.
Exit... Stage Van
Beethoven - Can't wait any longer for a DVD!
Skunk Fu - Bring on a box!
Rocket Robin Hood: Seville pictures planned to offer it a DVD set but it's in limbo
Goopher and the Ghost Chasers: a Skooby-doo rip-off but it was once very popular in Quebec due to the French dub under the name "Gaspard et les fant˘mes"
The Adventures of Tintin: Not the 1990s Ellipse-Nelvana version but the old versions from the 1960s done by studios Tele-Hachette/Belvision for nostalgia.
Goldorak (UFO Robot Grendizer): I got the Albator 78 (Captain Harlock) set, and I wait for the other old-school classic anime who was very popular here.
Back to the Future: TAS: the early 90s animated spinoff of the BTTF movie trilogy hasn't been on home video save a laserdisc release (!) and a few long-out-of-print, hard-to-find-now VHS tapes. Not sure what would keep this from DVD...
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures: Same for this one, only it never got any home video releases, save for a few episodes thrown onto a recent box set of the two theatrical movies.
Last volume of Animaniacs: What the others above said. Will also second Daria, even if it's edited a la "WKRP in Cincinnati"'s release for music related issues...
The other Flintstones spinoffs: I think these deserve a release, a la Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's release.
Gargoyles, season 2 vol.... oh forget it! You know
Total Drama Island - I'm really hoping for a season one set. Maybe when Cartoon Network will finish the first season.
The Wrong Coast - Teletoon already made Bromwell High, Clone High and Delta State dvd set so I think The Wrong Coast should be next.
Fred's Head - Since it's not very popular I don't think we'll ever see this but it would be awesome.
The Angry Beavers
Uh, no, you got the wrong number. This is 9-1ů2.
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