Sunday, August 4, 2013
DVD Review - Monsuno: Combat Chaos
About the DVD
It’s time for Chase Suno to decide the fate of the Monsuno! On August 27th, 2013, Shout! Factory Kids, in collaboration with FremantleMedia Kids and Family Entertainment, will release MONSUNO: COMBAT CHAOS, the latest DVD collection based on the highly popular Nicktoons animated series! Delivering five action-packed episodes that kids and families are sure to enjoy, the DVD also features bonus content including character bios and has a suggested retail price of 14.97.
MONSUNO is an epic boys action adventure series where kids discover, command and battle creatures with tremendous destructive potential. When a race to harness the power of Monsuno ensues between a group of everyday kids and the evil forces focused on destroying the Earth, the young heroes spring into action to defend the planet. Built around powerful, action-driven animation, dynamic characters and a deeply woven original story mythology, MONSUNO provides a completely original entertainment experience.
MONSUNO: COMBAT CHAOS Synopsis:
Chase Suno and his Core-Tech team have emerged victorious in their most recent battle with Eklipse and S.T.O.R.M. With Core-Tech’s victory, Chase has been given the opportunity to decide the fate of the Monsuno. Believing that mankind and Monsuno can one day coexist peacefully, Chase allows them to live. But new foes lurk in the shadows, waiting for their chance to strike. Is now their time? Find out with the first five episodes of Monsuno’s outrageously exciting second season!
My Take on the DVD
This is another Monsuno action-packed DVD! The series is a ton of fun and though the description above does say that it is a boys adventure series, I have to say that my eldest daughter thought it was fun as well! The DVD in general will keep you guessing as you wonder whether Chase will be able to get Monsuno and mankind to live peacefully together! All-in-all this was a wild ride and the action is non-stop!
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