Rescue Bots Volume 5 dvd Mystery Rescue

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Hollywood Hoist, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. Hollywood Hoist

    Hollywood Hoist Well-Known Member

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  2. ORIO

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    "feed the beast" is the only episode my 3 year old will watch
     
  3. griffin-of-oz

    griffin-of-oz Ozformers site-owner

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    That's so stupid...
    It's frustrating enough that they won't be releasing a season-set for Rescue Bots, but now they are skipping episodes, leaving us with three from Season One missing... or way out of order.
    It was bad enough that the last volume had five episodes out of order, but I was hoping that the fifth volume would just have the remaining first season episodes to complete the set.

    Worse still will be if those three 2nd season episodes on this volume show the Mobile HQ before it is introduced in "Bot to the Future", for those outside of America who have to rely on the DVDs to watch this series. :( 

    Yeah I know... real world problems. :p 
     
  4. Hollywood Hoist

    Hollywood Hoist Well-Known Member

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    It's possible that Amazon has it wrong.

    As for season sets, that just doesn't seem to be the way shows for this age group are released.
     
  5. MaxxieOD

    MaxxieOD Jazz is my homebot

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    Which is really shameful, cause all the parents on my page want box sets, as well as the people who don't have kids, like me. No one likes buying individual dvds anymore (and trust me, I have a freakin' ton from years ago with anime doing that).
     
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    I'm sure they'll release a season set or complete series eventually
     
  7. MasonPrimeX

    MasonPrimeX Daughter of OptimusPrime

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    Love tfrb<3
     
  8. Autovolt 127

    Autovolt 127 Get In The Titan, Prime!

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    They probably will but first they want to milk it for all its worth.
     
  9. G1DeadEnd

    G1DeadEnd Bring on 5, 6, 7 & 8!

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    Once it becomes available in one place, I'll get it :D 
     
  10. moreprimeland

    moreprimeland Optimus told me to do it!

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    Indeed!! :thumb  I have to hope they'll release full seasons sooner or later.

    I see tons of customers on Amazon.com complaining about the same thing... certain studios seem to be notorious for this.

    This one really seems whacky, the s1 eps in the s2 line up. Totally discombobulated imho. None of my faves really.
     
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    Grimwing Scientist Supreme

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    Spellbound was a great episode. That's the one where everyone on the island is being mind controlled by cell phones.
    Simlutaneous classic horror movie trope and jab at modern day cell phone addiction.