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Cool Cartoons on DVD

There have been so many decades of cool cartoons that it seems a shame to limit yourself to just what's on TV on Saturday mornings. That's why we're taking a look at some of the coolest cartoons out on DVD.

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Cool Cartoons on DVD - Flash Gordon

Flash Gordon and his compatriots face danger and excitement at every turn on the bizarre planet Mongo. Flash must use all of his cunning to bring people of Mongo together to fight the tyrannical emperor Ming the Merciless. The DVD features the complete series, a mini-documentary called Blasting Off with Flash, an interactive storyboard, fun facts and trivia - and much more!

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Cool Cartoons on DVD - Defenders of the Earth

Ming the Merciless strikes again - but this time they're out to eliminate the human race. The Phantom, Flash Gordon and Mandrake all team up (along with their gifted teenage kids) to beat Ming at his own high-tech game. The DVD set features the complete series, as well as the original presentation pilot for the series, image galleries and collectable "art cards".

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Cool Cartoons on DVD - Blackstar

John Blackstar is an astronaut who finds himself on the distant planet Sagar after being pulled through a black hole. But life gets even more interesting when he is rescued by a tribe of tiny men called Trobbits who make up for their small stature with their giant hearts. When Blackstar learns that the Trobbits are being threatened by the evil Overlord, he makes it his mission to bring peace to the planet of Sagar once and for all! The DVD includes all 13 episodes of the original series plus image galleries, a documentary titled The Magic of Filmation and interviews with the creators of Blackstar.

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Cool Cartoons on DVD - Space Sentinels

A cosmic computer known as Sentinel One transported three young earthlings to his domain centuries ago. Since then, they have been granted amazing powers - enabling them to protect the human race from super-villains who would destroy them. The DVD also includes the full series of The Freedom Force - a series that chronicles the adventures of Hercules, Sinbad, Merlin the Magician, Super Samurai and the Egyptian heroine known as Isis

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