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Conan The Adventurer: Season One {review}

My family and I recently received a copy of one of the latest Shout! Factory DVD releases, Conan The Adventurer: Season One to review. This cartoon first aired in the 80’s and it was neat to learn that it’s now available on DVD. I remember this show among many other 80’s to early 90’s cartoon series such as She Ra, Transformers, He-Man, being pretty popular to my own generation and it’s awesome we can now relive them and share them with our own children.

Growing up I was a fan adventure, action, and fantasy so it’s no surprise that Conan the Adventure would be playing in my home.  I enjoyed watching this series and am glad it’s pretty age appropriate to children compared to the live action movies which I believe is to much for the younger ones to watch.

I felt that this particular collection had a great story which you can’t find in a lot of cartoons these days and can’t wait till the other seasons will be released! I heard that season 2 will be released in November!  It’s acutally nice to start collecting some cartoon series that my son will enjoy other than cartoons full of pretty pink princesses, ponies, and singing flowers.

**On July 26, 2011, Shout! Factory, in collaboration with Hasbro, Inc., unleashed Conan The Adventurer: Season One in a 2-DVD set, featuring all 13 action-packed episodes. Featuring the legendary warrior well-known from books, comics and movies, Conan The Adventurer: Season One is a must-have. This DVD set promises to keep you on the edge of your seat with exciting exploits and is priced to own at $19.93 SRP **

Disclaimer: I was sent the above mentioned DVD for review from Shout Factory. This review is 100% my opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone. I was not compensated in any other way for this product review.


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