Animated Adventures For The Whole Family!
CONAN THE ADVENTURER: SEASON ONE
Featuring Over Five Hours of Content in a 2-DVD Set
IN STORES NATIONWIDE FROM SHOUT! FACTORY ON JULY 26, 2011
By Crom! Let the acolytes of Conan rejoice as the fiercest Barbarian to ever roam the Earth arrives in this complete Season One DVD release! Join in the fray as Conan and his fellow adventurers — Jezmine, Snagg, Needle, Greywolf and Zula — quest to rescue Conan’s family from an evil spell cast by the Serpent Man wizard Wrath-Amon. Armed with a powerful sword forged from Star Metal and faith in his god Crom, Conan will not stop until his family is safe and the evil wizard is reimprisoned in the mystical Abyss!
On July 26, 2011, Shout! Factory, in collaboration with Hasbro, Inc., will unleash 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.
Produced by Sunbow, the 1980s animation giant behind Hasbro’s Transformers and G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero, Conan The Adventurer originally aired in Saturday morning syndication beginning in 1992 transitioning to a daily airing throughout 1993 in the second season.
Season One Episode List:
The Night Of Fiery Tears
Star Of Shadizar
Conan The Gladiator
The Heart Of Rakkir
Men Of Stone
The Terrible Torrinon
Greywolf Of Xanthus
The Claw Of Heaven
The Serpent Riders Of Set
Seven Against Stygia
Our kids love the adventures that were throughout the DVD's. The boys especially ask to watch them all the time. I love that many of the old shows I have seen growing up are being released to DVD! It's exciting for the kids to see shows that I liked as a child. We can't wait to watch the next season when it's available.
You can purchase Conan the Adventurer: Season One DVD Set, by visiting them online at http://www.shoutfactorystore.com
Disclosure: I was given a DVD set to review and I was not compensated for my feedback. Any opinions expressed are based on my own thoughts.