(Written by Geneva – gid617)
No, I didn’t mean Ninjago Season Two – Ninjago Season One is now available for pre-order. And while most of us thought it was over long ago, it seems like that may not be the case! 🙂
The original two-episode series of Ninjago (later split into four) in which the ninja train, learn the martial-art of Spinjitzu, battle (and ultimately loose to) the skeleton army, is not Ninjago Season One – instead, these episodes are now being called the pilot episodes, at least by some.
Basically, these original Ninjago episodes served the purpose of an introduction – which makes sense, since it is odd that the first season would have only two episodes and the next season thirteen. If the Season Two rumors are correct (that is, the episodes about the pirates and the stone army), then it’s pretty obvious that there has to be a third season to complete the story. In that case, there will be a total of only three seasons, as has been rumored, but there will be a follow-up to next year’s season. Confused? 🙄
It is also interesting to note that the LEGO Club Magazine never once refers to the Ninjago seasons as One and Two (or anything besides “the series” – with the occasional addition of an adjective – for that matter). Although the official release date for the DVD is not until June 26th, it is available for pre-order from both Amazon and Wal-Mart.
Ninjago Season One is on two discs, and does not appear to contain any bonus features. Also, the DVD clearly says Ninjago Season One, and another interesting feature is the fact that Lloyd appears not only in ZX costume, but with long pants, unlike in the show itself. This also clearly spoils the “Who is the Green Ninja?” question for anybody who didn’t know yet.
All in all, this raises (at least in my mind) several questions. Will there be any mini-movies for the new series? Why is Lloyd taller, if he doesn’t appear taller in the series? What about Lloyd’s face; will the original smirk be the same on his spinner? How will the ninja retrieve their golden weapons from Lord Garmadon in Ninjago Season Two? Do you have any exciting Ninjago news to share? Or are you still skeptical? Let me know in the comment section below. 😉
You may also want to check out Season Three – What will it Bring? or head over to the LEGO Ninjago section to watch (or re-watch) the Ninjago Rise of the Snakes episodes, and read and discuss other Ninjago news. If you would like to see my previous post, you can find them below: