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Danny Phantom: The Complete Series DVD Review
Now apparently I have been living under a rock or at least hiding from the children's shows for the past decade because I had never heard of the show, Danny Phantom. When asked to review their newest release to DVD, I was unaware it even existed. On January 28, 2014, Shout Factory Kids, in collaboration with Nickelodeon, released Danny Phantom: The Complete Series on DVD!
My daughter who is now 16 was quick to point out how she used to watch it a ton as a child and that she knew the boys currently watched it! She told me I needed to get it as they would love to have it available always at the house. This DVD set includes 10 DVD's featuring all 53 original episodes of the hit Nickelodeon series.
The synopsis says "And you thought the hassles of everyday high school life were bad! Meet Danny Fenton, a good-natured, ordinary 14-year-old kid with extraordinary powers. After an accident involving ‘Ghost Zone’ portal of his two highly eccentric ghost-hunting parents, Danny now has the half-ectoplasmic DNA of a ghost, giving him the ability to fight off the horrible spooks, specters and vengeful ghost hunters threatening our world! But before Danny can defeat anything, he must first learn to control his newfound powers with the help of his best friends, tech-head Tucker and self-proclaimed goth Sam."
I have to say not only is Dane happy to watch this constantly but Declan is totally obsessed with this show. It was filled with tons of action and since we are a big Halloween family, I thought it was adorable watching Danny "go ghost"! Both boys have watched ALL TEN disks dozens of times already and in fact it was our most recent road trip video of choice!!
Suggested Retail Pricing: $28.97
Recommendation: Both boys enjoyed watching this and I actually thought it was pretty cute too! It was nice to have the entire set so those of us non-children don't have to worry about repeat episodes constantly going! I definitely think even at almost $30 its worth it to purchase since I know we sure have watched our moneys worth already.
Video region: Region 1
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