DVD Release Schedule

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    Woodpecker1940

    [1]Jun 29, 2006
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    Do you think the DVD Schedule will go like this?:

    Volume: 5 (12 episodes) 8/29/06
    Corporate Raiders from Dimension X
    Pizza by the Shred
    Super Bebop and Mighty Rocksteady
    Beware the Lotus
    Blast from the Past
    Leatherhead: Terror of the Swamp
    Michaelangelo's Birthday
    Usagi Yojimbo
    Case of the Hot Kimono
    Usagi Come Home
    The Making of Metalhead
    Leatherhead Meets the Rat King

    Voulume: 6 (11 episodes) December 2006
    The Turtle Terminator
    The Great Boldini
    The Missing Map
    The Gang's All Here
    The Grybyx
    Mr. Ogg Goes to Town
    Shredderville
    Bye Bye Fly
    The Big Rip Off
    The Big Break-In
    The Big Blow Out

    Volume 7: (14 episodes) April  2007
    Plan 6 from Outer Space
    Tower of Power
    Rust Never Sleeps
    A Real Snow Job
    Venice on the Half-Shell
    Artless
    Ring of Fire
    The Irish Jig is Up
    Shredder's New Sword
    The Lost Queen of Atlantis
    Turtles on the Orient Express
    April Gets in Dutch
    Northern Lights Out
    Elementary, My Dear Turtle

    Volume 8: (14 episodes) August 2007
    The Turtles and the Hare
    Once Upon a Time Machine
    Turtles of the Jungle
    Michaelangelo Toys Around
    Peking Turtle
    Shredder's Mom
    Four Turtles and a Baby
    Turtlemaniac
    Rondo in New York
    Planet of the Turtles
    Name That Toon
    Menace, Maestro Please
    Super Hero for a Day
    Back to the Egg

    Volume 9: (13 episodes) December 2007
    Son of Return of the Fly
    Raphael Knocks 'em Dead
    Bebop and Rocksteady Conquer the Universe
    Raphael Meets His Match
    Slash - The Evil Turtle from Dimension X
    Leonardo Lightens Up
    Were-Rats from Channel 6
    Funny, They Shrunk Michaelangelo
    The Big Zipp Attack
    Donatello Makes Time
    Farewell, Lotus Blossom
    Rebel Without a Fin
    The Adventures of Rhino-Man

    Volume 10: (13 episodes) April 2008
    Michaelangelo Meets Bugman
    Poor Little Rich Turtle
    What's Michaelangelo Good For?
    The Dimension X Story
    Donatello's Degree
    The Big Cufflink Caper!
    Leonardo VS Tempestra
    Splinter Vanishes
    Raphael Drives 'em Wild
    Beyond the Donatello Nebula
    Big Bug Blunder
    The Foot Soldiers Are Revolting
    Unidentified Flying Leonardo

    Volume 11: (10 episodes) August 2008
    My Brother, the Bad Guy
    Michaelangelo Meets Mondo Gecko
    Enter Mutagen Man
    Donatello's Bad Time
    Michaelangelo Meets Bugman Again
    Muckman Messes Up
    Napoleon Bonafrog: Colossus of the Swamps
    Raphael VS the Volcano
    Landlord of the Flies
    Donatello's Duplicate

    Volume 12: (10 episodes) December 2008
    The Ice Creature Cometh
    Leonardo Cuts Loose
    Pirate Radio
    Turtle of a Thousand Faces
    Leonardo, Renaissance Turtle
    Zach and the Alien Invaders
    Welcome Back, Polarisoids
    Michaelangelo, the Sacred Turtle
    Planet of the Turtleoids Part One
    Planet of the Turtleoids Part Two

    Volume 13: (16 episodes) April 2009
    Rock Around the Block
    Krangenstein Lives!
    Super Irma
    Adventures in Turtle-Sitting
    The Sword of Yurikawa
    Return of the Turtleoids
    Shreeka's Revenge
    Too Hot to Handle
    Nightmare in the Lair
    Phantom of the Sewers
    Donatello Trashes Slash
    Leonardo is Missing
    Snakes Alive!
    Polly Wanna Pizza
    Mr. Nice Guy
    Sleuth on the Loose

    Volume 15: (14 episodes) August 2009
    Night of the Dark Turtle
    The Starchild
    The Legend of Koji
    Convicts from Dimension X
    White Belt, Black Heart
    Night of the Rogues
    Attack of the Nuetrinos
    Escape from the Planet of the Turtleoids
    Revenge of the Fly
    Atlantis Awakes
    Dirk Savage: Mutant Hunter
    Invasion of the Krangezoids
    Combat Land
    Shredder Triumphant

    Volume 16: (8 episodes) December 2009
    Get Shredder!
    Wrath of the Rat King
    State of Shock
    Cry H.A.V.O.C.!
    H.A.V.O.C. in the Streets
    Enter: Krakus
    Cyber-Turtles
    Turtle Trek

    Volume 17: (8 episodes) April 2010
    The Unknown Ninja
    Dregg of the Earth
    The Wrath of Medusa
    The New Mutation
    The Showdown
    Split-Second
    Carter, the Enforcer
    Doomquest

    Volume 18: (8 episodes) August 2010
    The Return of Dregg
    The Beginning of the End
    The Power of Three
    A Turtle in Time
    Turtles to the Second Power
    Mobster from Dimension X
    The Day the Earth Disappeared
    Divide and Conquer

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    RaijinPaladinix

    [2]Jun 29, 2006
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    Looks right to me.  I'll be a sophomore in college when they finish... ugh...

    You're right about Volume 6.  They won't throw in one Season 4 episode on 11 Season 3 episodes just to make a full dozen.  They'd rather gyp us.

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    bebop345

    [3]Jun 29, 2006
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    They might do it differently, but hopefully they will do it simply like that.
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    15ATAC

    [4]Jul 1, 2006
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    god i hope the timing speeds up because it will take another 3 1/2ish years to get the rest of the series out.

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    bebop345

    [5]Jul 1, 2006
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    yeah it takes too long, if they were released monthly it would be more convinient, we would have to wait as long.
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    meleeunbeatable

    [6]Jul 10, 2006
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    Plus they will probably make the transition to that stupid blue ray, hd-dvd crap, if it takes that long.
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    bebop345

    [7]Jul 20, 2006
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    thats very unlikely,it is a possibility that tv shows will be released on hd and blue ray, but it won't happen, the picture would not be that much better,plus hd and blue ray players will be backwards compatible so they will still release them on normal dvd they would'nt release parts of the show on different formats either, there would be complaints.
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    Monkey-kid

    [8]Jul 20, 2006
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    meleeunbeatable wrote:
    Plus they will probably make the transition to that stupid blue ray, hd-dvd crap, if it takes that long.

    Actually Blue Ray's can actually play DVD so it wouldn't interfere with the release date

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    Woodpecker1940

    [9]Jul 21, 2006
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    What's so special about blue ray? How could they make DVD's even more clear.
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    Monkey-kid

    [10]Jul 21, 2006
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    Woodpecker1940 wrote:
    What's so special about blue ray? How could they make DVD's even more clear.

    Well a blue ray is smaller then a DVD so it can have more features, like for example if the turtles were on Blue Ray, they'd have more episodes on them.

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    bebop345

    [11]Jul 22, 2006
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    they won't release half of the episodes on normal dvd and half on blue ray or hd it won't happen.
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    Monkey-kid

    [12]Jul 22, 2006
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    bebop345 wrote:
    they won't release half of the episodes on normal dvd and half on blue ray or hd it won't happen.

    Of course they wouldn't like I said, Blue Rays players can play DVDS

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    Krangstein

    [13]Jul 22, 2006
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    wikipedia.org says that the entire series will be out in 2012!!
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    meleeunbeatable

    [14]Jul 24, 2006
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    Plus for the first going off, once one picks up, they wil be released on both that, either Blu-Ray of Hd,  and dvd. Just like vhs and dvd did. Until dvds finally fade out. So it will all come out on dvd most likely.

    Also wikipedia can be full of crap.

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    Krangstein

    [15]Jul 24, 2006
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    2012 is way too late... They must speed up with the releases.
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    RaijinPaladinix

    [16]Jul 24, 2006
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    No, I don't think they'll just jump from one season to the next with the technology.  DVDs have at least a good 6 years left. And look at VHS tapes. It looked like in 2001 they were about to cut them off completely, and VCRs were down to $30, and everyone went to DVD. But DVDs are far more fragile than a simple tape, and a 2 year old can work a VCR, so VCRs went back up to $50 and tapes went up.

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    meleeunbeatable

    [17]Jul 28, 2006
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    True but not any more.

    Plus with two different versions of dvd's coming out. People are going to get annoyed and confused. so they'll just stick to what they know, the current dvd's.

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    NicceL

    [18]Jul 29, 2006
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    Speaking about TMNT DVDs, I'm a bit confused about the prior DVD edition Volume 1. The front says "four never-seen bonus episodes". Never unaired to this date or just episodes from future seasons prior to the original release date? 

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    bebop345

    [19]Jul 30, 2006
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    They were episodes from season 10 of the show they were probably not shown at all, I think they may have been shown once, but I don't know, sites say that this episodes were unseen in America and Uk etc.
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    meleeunbeatable

    [20]Jul 31, 2006
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    We'll that had to be shown somewhere.
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