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90s kids rejoice, Cartoon Network will be rereleasing classic series to DVD later this year to celebrate the channel’s 30th anniversary!
The amazing and much-loved shows Ed, Edd, and Eddy & Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends will see a complete series DVD release on October 18th, letting fans have an easier way to add these shows to their library.
Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Complete Series
Ed, Edd, n Eddy premiered in 1999 and was created by Danny Antonucci. The series followed three boys named Ed, Edd (or, as everyone calls him: Double D), and Eddy as they scam their neighborhood’s kids to get money for jawbreakers, with usually disastrous results. The series ran for 10-years, making it the longest Cartoon Network original series.
The DVD’s Bonus features include an interview with the creator, “Behind the Eds,” “The Incredible Shrinking Day” music video, “How to Make an Ed, Edd n Eddy Cartoon”, “How to Draw Ed,” “How to Draw Eddy,” and Cartoon Network promos.
Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends: The Complete Series
Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends was created by Craig McCracken. It is the story of Mac, a young boy who, when forced to part with his imaginary friend Bloo, takes him to Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. Bloo is allowed to stay and not be adopted by another child as long as Mac visits him every day. The two engage in all sorts of wacky and weird adventures across their town alongside Foster’s other residents and staff.
Cartoon Network launched in October of 1992. Focusing on the broadcast and creation of animated series, its iconic 90s lineup and its Adult Swim block would later go on to become a staple in the lives of those who grew up in the decade and the early 2000s.
An amazing milestone for the channel and those who grew up watching it, these DVD releases will make for an excellent addition to any 90s kid’s collection.
Both the Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Complete Series & Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends: The Complete Series DVDs will be available on October 18, 2022.
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