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Monsters University 3-Disc Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray Combo Pack Review

We are mere weeks away from Halloween, so it’s only natural that Monsters are coming out to play. In fact, Disney/Pixar’s unleashed their own monsters via the Monsters University Digital HD and Digital HD 3D release last October 8, 2013. They’re also going to follow it up with a proper retail release of the 4-Disc Ultimate Collector’s Edition Blu-Ra 3D Como Pack 3-Disc ...

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Disney’s The Little Mermaid: Diamond Edition Review

By now, everybody who actually cares already knows the story of Disney’s take on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairytale. First released in theaters on November of 1989, The Little Mermaid is a much lighter version of the original tale and focuses on a mermaid princess named Ariel, who is so curious and fascinated with the world above that she has taken to collecting various ...

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Teen Titans Go!: Artful Dodgers Review

A brand new episode of Teen Titans Go!, titled “Artful Dodgers,” has aired on Cartoon Network recently. For those not in the know, Teen Titans Go! is a new series that was created by Warner Bros. for Cartoon Network. It’s based on a DC property but isn’t part of the DC Nation Programming block (new episodes air during Tuesday Nights, instead of Saturday mornings) Teen ...

The 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray edition of Oliver and Company is now on sale from Disney
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Disney Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Oliver and Company!

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of a Disney classic with the stunning Blu-ray debut of Oliver And Company, featuring perfect picture and sound. Relive this charming animated adventure, packed with excitement, fun and unforgettable songs by Billy Joel, Bette Midler and Huey Lewis. I never did get to see this one when it came out 25 years ago. I was in college at the time. So, seeing it on Blu-Ray, ...

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
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Flashpoint Paradox Week: DVD/Blu-Ray Review

Flashpoint Paradox Week on ToonBarn has been a blast! We hope you liked the interviews and articles we posted celebrating last Tuesday’s DVD/Blu-Ray release of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox from Warner Bros Home Entertainment. ToonBarn wants to thank everyone at Warner Bros Home Entertainment, especially Gary Miereanu (@SuperPRGuy), for inviting us to join them for the interview ...

Ben 10: Omniverse for the Wii
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Ben 10: Omniverse for the Wii

I recently took my Wii out of its box (I’ve been gaming exclusively on the PC nowadays, so the Wii had to retire back to its packaging) because I got a hold of the Wii version of Ben 10: Omniverse, which I found at a local game store being sold for a measly 500 pesos (roughly $12). I felt ecstatic that I found a brand new copy selling for less than half of its retail price. I also ...

Pokemon Black Version 2 Arrives on the DS
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Pokemon Black Version 2 Arrives on the DS

The sequel to the highly successful DS game Pokemon Black and White has finally arrived, and it’s launched on the Nintendo DS platform instead of being exclusive to the newer 3DS handheld, probably because Nintendo doesn’t want to neglect the gamers who have yet to upgrade and still play on their DSes. Pokemon Black 2 is set in the same continuity as Pokemon Black and White, albeit in a ...

Hey Arnold! Season 2 Part 2 DVD
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Hey Arnold! Season Two Part 2 DVD Review

Hey Arnold! Season Two Part 2 is available in stores TOMORROW, July 24th, 2012! For people who are long-time fans of this show, starting tomorrow, you may add it to your Season 1 and Season 2 Part 1 DVD Collections. For people who are unfamiliar with the Season 2 episodes, which aired in 1997, here is a brief synopsis of the show: ...

Transformers: Prime Season 1 Blu-Ray Review
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Transformers: Prime Season 1 Blu-Ray Review

My Transformers preference leans more towards 2D, and considering Michael Bay’s last two live-action/CG animated Transformer movies left a sour taste in my mouth (when did Louie Stevens running away from explosions become more important than the autobots fighting the decepticons, anyway?), checking out the most recent CG animated iteration of Transformers, Transformers: Prime, ...

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