|Under Bandai Entertainment, seven uncut DVDs and two Toonami Box Sets were released from 2006-2007. The information below shows the
general release information. Use the links directly below to go to the corresponding DVD page, which includes pictures, a summary, and review.
|Uncut DVD Features
-Uncut version featuring a few minutes of bonus footage not aired on Cartoon Network.
-English and Japanese 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround sound and 2.0 Dolby Stereo Surround sound.
-English subtitles for the Japanese track.
-One of five original IGPX mini-series episodes (Volume 1-Volume 5).
-An interview with one of the voice actors (Volume 1-Volume 4)
-An interview with production members (Volume 1, Volume 2).
-A commentary track for one of the episodes done by Cartoon Network producers (Volume 1-Volume 3).
|To the right is a list of the release schedule for the seven
uncut DVDs, along with the episodes they contain. Look
below for links to the DVD pages for comprehensive
information, and reviews. Those pages also contain links to
the episode guides that correspond to the episodes featured
on those DVDs.
|Volume 1: February 21st, 2006
Volume 2: April 11th, 2006
Volume 3: June 13th, 2006
Volume 4: August 8th, 2006
Volume 5: October 17th, 2006
Volume 6: November 14th, 2006
Volume 7: December 5th, 2006
|In addition to the uncut DVDs are the Toonami Edition DVDs
which contain episodes pertaining to each season, and the
versions aired on Cartoon Network. Again, links are available
below for comprehensive information on each DVD Box Set.
|Toonami Edition Season 1 DVD Box Set: September 12th, 2006
Toonami Edition Season 2 DVD Box Set: March 20th, 2007
|Toonami Season Box Sets Features
-Edited version aired on Cartoon Network featuring different choices of music and more sound effects.
-English 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround sound and 2.0 Dolby Stereo Surround sound.
-Extra features vary by each set-some listed below.
-Promos aired on Cartoon Network.
-An interview with one of the voice actors.
-An interview with production members.
-Commentary tracks for a few episodes done by Cartoon Network producer Jason DeMarco.