Transformers: Robots in Disguise: Combiner Force: King of the Hill DVD (Australia)

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SeanTF1967, Apr 22, 2018.

  1. SeanTF1967

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    That's pretty interesting, ah tell you whut.
     
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    I sell Mini-Cons and Mini-Con accessories.
     
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    Gosh Dang it, Sideswipe!
     
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    When on Cybertron will Netflix get more RiD?
     
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    Finally! Took long enough.
    But, Amazon has Season 3 already.
     
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    I hope shout puts out a complete series set.
     
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    I wouldn’t be so sure about that. The season one set of RiD was released by Shout! back in 2016, but there’s been no sign of a follow-up set since then.

    Personally, I think they’ve lost interest - maybe the younger-skewing RiD didn’t have the same level of sales as the Prime releases?

    Meanwhile, Beyond Home Entertainment continue to push physical media releases of quite a lot of animated content that hasn’t seen a Stateside release, such as RiD, but also all of the post-2012 Marvel animated series that have otherwise not seen season sets anywhere else.