Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Atomic Betty Vol 2 - Betty to the Rescue|
Actors: Rick Miller, Trine Glud, Stephanie Morgenstern, Jayne Eastwood, William Shatner
Directors: Dave Woodgate, Jeffrey Agala, Kenneth Chu, Mauro Casalese, Ridd Sorensen
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Betty is a little girl with a great big secret. To classmates, friends and family she's the slightly strange, sweet and brainy girl next door. But when danger calls and the galaxy beckons, she rockets into action as "Atomi... more »
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Good collection for fans
Michael Hyttinen | 09/28/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"They are releasing this DVD set in conjunction with all kinds of other merchandising (action figures, pillows, etc) to usher in Season 2, including a new official website (atomicbetty.com). The DVD set is a great gift for a fan of the show."
Atomic Betty finally reaches DVD
Michael Hyttinen | 06/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are an "Atomic Betty" fan, then you'll probably appreciate this DVD. On it are the episodes 'Maximus Displeasure,' 'Cosmic Cake,' 'Attack of the Evil Baby,' 'Crass Menagerie,' 'The Trouble with Triplets,' 'The Substitute,' 'Infantor Rules,' and 'Best (Mis)Laid Plans.'
The special features, however, are not abundant. All you get is an animated interview with Maximus and Minimus.
The price is pretty decent. Amazon even has it marked down about six bucks. Again, if you're an "Atomic Betty" fan, get this DVD. I can tell you that I'll be."
Betty or not, Here she is !!!
Tim Coogan | Millville, NJ | 12/31/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Volume two of the super-cool, adrenaline-fueled "Atomic Betty" series has eight more episodes, which are ones that I also like. (You'll notice that some of those episodes on the two DVDs are written by either Jono Howard or Mike Kubat; the same guys who wrote lots of episodes of another Cartoon Network series I also enjoy: "Ed, Edd n Eddy" !)
The episode "Attack of the Evil Space Baby", introduces the pugnacious Infantor, an alien toddler with a life of crime. Many of the other episodes feature Betty's felonious nemesis, Maximus I.Q. In one episode, Maximus throws a party with a rather hypnotizing dessert. In another, he tries to make Betty into a grotesque work of art; and in yet another, he clones Betty into three superpowered Bettys that never seem to get along with each other. (The real Betty busts a move at the end of this episode. Too cool !)
Speaking of Maximus, he and his personal underling, Minimus P.U., discuss the trials and tribulations that is Atomic Betty in the special feature interview "I Remember When". Typical bad guys.
In conclusion, this animated series will really draw your attention and sweep you off your feet. It's definitely one of the coolest of the cool."