February, 2021--What Did You Buy This Month: Animated DVD/Blu-Ray/4K

Viper

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Here's what we have for this month:

2/2:

Blaze & The Monster Machines: Axle City Grand Prix
Blue's Clues & You: Blue's Sing-along Spectacular
The Casagrandes: Season 1
The Magic School Bus Rides Again: All About Earth
Ricky Zoom: Ride with Ricky

2/9:

Bluey: Season 1, Second Half
Hero Elementary: Sparks' Crew Pet Rescue
The Little Prince (DVD & Blu-Ray)

2/16:

Harley Quinn: Season 2 (DVD & Blu-Ray)
Jetsons: The Movie (Blu-Ray)

2/23:

The Croods: A New Age (Combo & 4K)
Scooby-Doo: The Sword & The Scoob

So, what's everyone gonna get this month?
 

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Recently found the OOP complete series set for George of the Jungle, and I decided to pick it up. I have little experience with the series, but I do like Jay Ward's works, and it was a fairly seminal part of Cartoon Network in the 90's, so it must be worth a look.
 

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The Croods: A New Age

The Croods: New Age is a blast. Great animation, tons of genuinely funny moments, and to my surprise and delight, an absolutely killer soundtrack! A well earned B+

Harley Quinn S2 is a lot better and S1. A lot of funny moments in this one too. But the pace slows down by season's end. Also, I found all the minor characters in this one (Kingshark, Clayface and Sy Borgman) to be hugely annoying. It gets a B-.

I also got Lupin III the First. Not bad. The animation is great and there are some tremendous action sequences. However, the story drags in a few places. And the "easy listening" music feels totally inappropriate for an action thriller. A solid B.
 

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Recently found the OOP complete series set for George of the Jungle, and I decided to pick it up. I have little experience with the series, but I do like Jay Ward's works, and it was a fairly seminal part of Cartoon Network in the 90's, so it must be worth a look.
This was a pretty good cartoon series by Jay Ward (Rocky & Bullwinkle). I saw it on CN a long time ago and I still have my complete series set in storage which I can't wait to see again.

Also, check out the other two segments:

Super Chicken: It had some pretty comical moments. His lion sidekick named Fred was pretty funny.

Tom Slick: Very hilarious & amusing. He was a goofy race-car driver with the same voice as Dudley Do-Right with a girlfriend who had the same voice as Nell.
 

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