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    Lionsgate Releasing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collect

    From the press release that just hit my inbox...



    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection

    Cowabunga! Get ready to relive all the action when Lionsgate Home Entertainment releases the complete series of the totally awesome classic TV series, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection, available all together for the first time on DVD November 13. Perfectly timed for holiday gift giving, the set includes all 10 seasons on 23 discs and will be packaged in an exclusive, collectible TMNT Party Van. Join everyone's favorite pizza eating turtles, Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo from the beginning through their final battle to save mankind. A fan-favorite show, and fun for the whole family, the DVD collection features all 193 hilarious, action-packed episodes and is loaded with bonus content from each season's release. Just in time for the highly anticipated Nickelodeon reboot of the beloved series, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection will be available for the suggested price of $99.98.

    Experience the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles saga in this totally tubular 23-disc set of the original animated series, featuring all 10 seasons in one complete cowabunga collection! From their origins on the comic book page to the depths of Dimension X and beyond, the pizza-loving, shell-busting LeonardoTM, DonatelloTM, RaphaelTM, and MichelangeloTM, with the guidance of their Sensei, have been delighting fans for decades with their turtle power. Whether it's facing fierce enemies KrangTM, ShredderTM and Lord DreggTM, saving humanity from near extinction or battling against life-altering mutations, the half-shell heroes are always ready for heart-stopping, time-bending, straight outta the sewer action!
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    I must say that is the best packaging I have ever seen!
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    Yeah, I kinda want it for that reason.

    Want to know a little known fact about me? When I was 12 or 13 or so I read an instruction 'how to draw the TMNT' comic that was put out. Memorized that thing and drew ninja turtles all over my binders and pencil cases and stuff. For five minutes or so that ability to draw ninja turtles made me a pretty popular kid. It didn't last, but even to this day I can draw reasonably good ninja turtles very quickly. I sometimes do this on napkins and placemats at restaurants to impress people.
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    When I was about the same age, my mother sent me to the supermarket to buy washing powder, as she was doing the laundry. Instead I went to the toy store and bought a ninja turtle action figure. (Donatello, if I remember correctly). I then returned home. To this day I still do not understand how my reasoning was for getting away with what I had done, but I remember that the thought occured to me that I was in deep shit just as I walked in the front door and heard her asking "Did you find the right kind?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Yeah, I kinda want it for that reason.

    Want to know a little known fact about me? When I was 12 or 13 or so I read an instruction 'how to draw the TMNT' comic that was put out. Memorized that thing and drew ninja turtles all over my binders and pencil cases and stuff. For five minutes or so that ability to draw ninja turtles made me a pretty popular kid. It didn't last, but even to this day I can draw reasonably good ninja turtles very quickly. I sometimes do this on napkins and placemats at restaurants to impress people.
    Haha, nice. When I was a kid I thought I could draw a badass Delorean from Back to the Future. Only I hadn't read a manual or anything; I'd just decided that my lame drawings were awesome. I kept trying to show them off to kids at school, none of whom would accept the premise that they were fantastic.

    More on topic, I want to have that packaging, but then fill it with porn discs.
    Last edited by Apronikoff; 10-18-2012 at 08:39 PM. Reason: I accidentally typed "except" when I meant "accept." Please don't ban me from the internet.

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    Holy shit...10 seasons?!

    Bring back the Hostess Ninja Turtle Pies.




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    That case reminds me of the Speed Racer cartoon Mach 5 case.

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