by Ragey



Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder: The Cool Cruel Mr. FreezeBatman with Robin the Boy Wonder: How Many Herring In A Wheel Barrow?Captain N: Three Men and a DragonCaptain Scarlet: The MysteronsDonkey Kong - Greenhouse GorillaThe Real Ghostbusters: The Collect Call of CathuluHulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling: Rock 'n' Zombies

The Incredible Crash DummiesSonic Underground: The Deepest FearSpider-Man & His Amazing Friends: A Fire-Star Is BornStreet Sharks: Sky SharksStreet Sharks: Shark of SteelTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Case of the Killer PizzasTransformers: Scramble City


where can I watch this?

Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder, to my knowledge, has had no DVD release, sadly. I only knew of it because of a five episode VHS from 1992.

Captain N has the whole series in a boxset. Apparently it's missing some stuff, though. Don't ask me!

Captain Scarlet has it's entire series out on DVD in both the UK and US.

There's a few five episode DVDs for The Real Ghostbusters, but a complete series is out, I hear!

Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling exists only as ancient VHS tapes

The Incredible Crash Dummies, unfortunately, only had a VHS release back in 1993, and I can't imagine it appearing again anytime soon. There's no downloads on the internet, either! Only a low quality YouTube video which is my source for the images. Lame.

Sonic Underground's all out on DVD, in both individual volumes and as a boxset. I think. I don't care to check!

Street Sharks only has crappy two episode volumes that nobody would willingly buy, but any existent fan club out there would suggest you do so in a feeble attempt to get the whole series out. If only.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has seasons released, and just from a quick check on Amazon, season 6 is out. How about that!

See Transformers for that kettle of fish. Scramble City is generally on the movie or anime DVDs.