titleI want Rugrats. It SHOULD come eventually now that Shout has the rights. I REALLY REALLY want the "Ultimate Ren & Stimpy Set" that almost came out, which would've included every episode without commercial fadeouts, DVNR, or worst of all, missing scenes. There also would've been the unfinished APC episode and direct-to-DVD movie, the He-Hog pilot in high quality, and an activity book for some reason. http://tinyurl.com/3pttcal This is the only DVD package that makes me feel like my mouth is watering. inb4 somepony tells me I'm a terrible, terrible person for being a John K. fan
cuter, cuddlier EdmondFox's Peter Pan and the Pirates. Want. So badly.
ALL OF THEM! honestly, I know some of them I'd like, but some of them are probably already available.
edited 21st Jun '11 11:15:53 AM by blueharp
Macinatrix InsanaDexter's Laboratory. I would pay soooo much for a box set of every episode.
edited 21st Jun '11 11:58:07 AM by Shadowbell
Life is like a game of Mahjong. Sometimes you need to take risks if you want to come out ahead.
titleAgreed. Even though I already have a bootleg of every episode.
Modelland SurvivorStatic Shock. It wasn't a perfect show, but I did enjoy it most of the time. Jackie Chan Adventures. The first season was released, but they never bothered releasing the rest on DVD. It's not the same watching it on Youtube or Netflix . . .
edited 21st Jun '11 1:00:20 PM by LadyMomus
I'd like DVD releases of many of the more obscure cartoon series from other old studios—stuff like Happy Harmonies, Columbia Screen Gems, the Walter Lantz cartoon library, Fleischer Studios stuff, etc. That, and i'd also like more collectors releases ala the Looney Tunes Golden Collections, but without the annoying DVNR damage and butchered colors.
Sloving cases one by oneI would like to see a DVD of Sym-Bionic Titan(loaded with bonus features as well). Genndy's work is known out there by animation fans, but CN wants to pretend that they never happened. Speaking of CN, a complete pack of Ed Eddn Eddy needs to be released. If Powerpuff Girls got a special DVD, why not the blasted ed boys? My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, give these ponies a special treatment on the DVD. You know everyone wants it to happen. Cyber Six, Spicy City, Coonskin deserve DVD treatments as well.
I ♥ Wreck-It Ralph!About one of the earlier posts... Season 1 of Dexter's Laboratory is already being sold at my nearest Moviestop, new. Also, I want the rest of Gargoyles and Xiaolin Showdown. DISNEY. WARNER BROTHERS. MAKE IT HAPPEN!
edited 25th Jun '11 10:39:43 AM by Enzeru
You'd think that by now, Animaniacs Volume 4 would be released, but for whatever reason, it hasn't. Same goes for Volume 3 of Tiny Toon Adventures. Is it really that hard to release them already? What makes it even more of a pain is that all they'd have to do is just release those two and both series would finally be complete (minus specials). If Warner Bros can release all those obscure and forgotten HB shows, there's no reason both of those shouldn't be released. Also, it seems unlikely, but Beavis and Butthead Mike Judge Collection Volumes 4 and 5 would be nice as well. I know all episodes of both B&B and TTA are available through torrents, but it would still be a good addition to one's cartoon collection.
I Am The WalrusBiker Mice From Mars, Song of the South, the Raggedy Ann and Andy movie, the uncut Thief and the Cobbler, Hey Good Lookin' and Twice Upon A Time.
Megas XLR. My contribution to this thread is now done. For those who don't know, look it up on animeultima.tv. Yes, a non-anime made it onto a site that streams anime.
To be fair Megas is at least 50% Anime by some standards.
Adventure Time can't come soon enough, but I'm sure it will which leaves me with DAVE THE BARBARIAN. Why haven't you released this, Disney??
edited 26th Jun '11 10:36:14 AM by Bur
cuter, cuddlier EdmondWhat standards would those be? The one episode I watched, the only thing "anime" about it was that it was a Super Robot series. Speaking of robots though, one series I would love to own on DVD is Battletech. One of the most awesome (and overlooked) cartoons of the 1990s.
edited 26th Jun '11 1:06:37 PM by MoeDantes
By "the Raggedy Ann and Andy movie" do you mean the one by Who Framed Roger Rabbit and The Thief and the Cobbler's Richard Williams? That WOULD be a good'un. It was delightfully wacked-out. What Bakshi films are on DVD? I know you can get The Lord of the Rings, and I think Wizards, Fire and Ice, and Heavy Traffic, but are there any others? I have heard that Disney might come out with an archive imprint, like the Warner Archives, through which they might sell Song of the South, but I'm fairly certain that one will never see general release, unfortunately.
Fritz the Cat is scheduled for this Christmas. Coonskin and American Pop maybe, but I heard Coonskin was a VHS transfer.
Oh yeah, I forgot about Dave the Barbarian!
I Am The WalrusFritz The Cat has been out for years. And that Coonskin DVD was a bootleg. Shout Factory was supposed to do an official release but rights issues have delayed it. Yes, that one. A widescreen version exists (it was shot anamorphic so this is important) and is circulating online. All it needs is to be cleaned up.
edited 26th Jun '11 10:16:56 PM by Buscemi
Gr3mlinify-The entire Kim Possible series (apparently Germany has had it for years). -Megas XLR -The entire Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy series (I know, it's on iTunes) -Codename Kids Next door, entire series
"When lights out/I'm like a gremlin/Feed me hiphop and I start tremblin'"—Eric B. and Rakim
I'm intangible,can we move on now?This will come soon, but The Simpsons seasons 19, 21, and 22 which I wish were out now All the other good seasons are already out, and I couldn't care less about the other Post-10 seasons Also Xaolin Showdown
edited 1st Jul '11 3:04:22 PM by terlwyth
Willst du nicht sterben? GIB MIR DER SCHOKOLADE!
Another Perfect DayRoad Rovers. I'm probably the only person in the world who wants a DVD* , but it's what, thirteen episodes? It shouldn't take too much effort.
edited 1st Jul '11 4:19:44 PM by Seamus
Why not be greedy? Demand BOTH!
Wananana~Rocko's Modern Life. If The Ren & Stimpy Show had DVD releases, why not this show? This show is widely loved amongst fans of the older Nickelodeon shows. BTW Shadowbell, that already exists. (At least in the US.)
edited 4th Jul '11 8:21:57 PM by HappyComputerist
I Am The WalrusSeason 1 is now out. There are no extras and one episode remains cut due to a lost master though. Shout Factory will make sure to add extras (and hopefully uncut masters) for future seasons.
edited 4th Jul '11 8:29:45 PM by Buscemi
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