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WaltWiz1901

aka Ryan Bannon

  • I was born on April 2
  • My occupation is Animation scholar, fan, Walt Disney historian, Wikia contributor, etc.
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  • Title says it all. Shout! Factory should release:

    - Kenan and Kel: with missing episodes from seasons 1 and 3
    
    - Drake & Josh: same
    
    - The Fairly OddParents: same as Spongebob's box sets
    
    - Doug: Nick version
    
    - Zoey 101
    
    - The Amanda Show
    
    - Rugrats
    
    - Adventures of Jimmy Neutron
    
    - KaBlam!: Nickelodeon hate this show
    

    Not that Amazon manufactered DVDs with horrible DVD menu! Not even Paramount, and the aforementioned company release this, and thanks of the laziness of authoring.

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    • FMendoza wrote:
      Title says it all. Shout! Factory should release: - Kenan and Kel: with missing episodes from seasons 1 and 3
      - Drake & Josh: same
      
      - The Fairly OddParents: same as Spongebob's box sets
      
      - Doug: Nick version
      
      - Zoey 101
      
      - The Amanda Show
      
      - Rugrats
      
      - Adventures of Jimmy Neutron
      
      - KaBlam!: Nickelodeon hate this show
      

      Not that Amazon manufactered DVDs with horrible DVD menu! Not even Paramount, and the aforementioned company release this, and thanks of the laziness of authoring.

      Actually, Paramount is beginning to release the Rugrats seasons on DVD - but only seasons 1-4 are out as I type. Their release schedule is, giving how bare-bones their Nickelodeon DVDs are, unnecessarily slow (it took them a solid year to get the second half of The Loud House's first season out, and yet again, there's no bonuses on that DVD either).

      I remember reading somewhere that Shout! Factory has confirmed that they don't have any more plans to release new Nick DVDs, which is a shame as they could have made retail versions of whatever Amazon has in stock now (do they still have the rights, or have they dropped them altogether?). They could've released the more famous/popular shows on Blu-ray, but they're saying they were edited on videotape and they have no HD masters for them, which is doing my idea to remaster them no favors. If only Shout!/Paramount and Nickelodeon knew about this company......

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