As we have discussed previously (see: LEGO Ninjago – Season 5 DVD Coming!), Season 5 of the LEGO Ninjago saga, LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu – Possession got released today on DVD and Digital HD! In an epic quest to save Lloyd, the Ninja travel to uncharted lands, meet new allies and gain powerful weapons, unlock unknown powers, all while battling the supernatural Cursed Spirits in an effort to stop a monstrous deity from cursing all of Ninjago. Details below. 🙂
After peace was restored at the end of Season 4, Season 5 introduces new evil enemies and new adventures for the Ninja. In an epic quest to save Lloyd from Morro, the Elemental Master of Wind, the powerless Ninja will travel to the city of Stiix. The Ninja need to decipher three clues in order to find the Realm Crystal before Morro releases his master, the Preeminent, a monstrous deity from the Cursed Realm seeking to curse all of Ninjago. Will the Ninja find the Realm Crystal before Morro and save Lloyd? Or will the Preeminent be unleashed?
“We are thrilled to release the fifth season of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing. “With tremendous fan support for this series over the years, we know fans will be excited for this next season of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu on DVD.”
Directed by Michael Hegner (A Fish Tale, The Flight Before Christmas) and Justin Murphy (The Flight Before Christmas, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey) LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 5 is also supported by a dedicated cast, featuring Jillian Michaels, Vincent Tong, Michael Adamthwaite, Paul Dobson, Brent Miller, Kirby Morrow, Kelly Metzger, Mark Oliver, Brian Drummond, Michael Kopsa, Ian James Corlett, Kathleen Barr, and Scott McNeil, all of whom have been staples in the ongoing series since the beginning.
LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 5 on DVD includes ten 22-minute episodes with a total run-time of 230 minutes – that’s almost four hours of Ninjago goodness! Trailers to some of the episodes are in the video-player above, and the list of included episodes is below:
- Winds of Change
- Ghost Story
- Stiix and Stones
- The Temple of Haunted Hill
- Kingdom Come
- The Crooked Path
- Grave Danger
- Curse World, Part I
- Curse World, Part II
The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 5 DVD is $19.97, but it is currently listed on Amazon for $13.99 for a 30% saving (please keep in mind that Amazon prices can fluctuate frequently). You can find it here: BUY LEGO NINJAGO – SEASON 5 ON AMAZON. I’m also listing previous seasons here for your convenience, in case you are missing any of them:
- Buy LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 1 on Amazon
- Buy LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 2 on Amazon
- Buy LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 3, Part 1 on Amazon
- Buy LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 3, Part 2 on Amazon
- Buy LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 4 on Amazon
- Buy LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu – Season 5 on Amazon
The LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu series is enjoyable and good quality entertainment for kids and Ninjago fans of all ages, so it is worth picking up the entire collection. What about you? Have you been following the LEGO Ninjago saga? Do you watch the episodes as they get released on Cartoon Network, or catch up with them later on DVD? Do you collect the series? Which one is your favorite episode so far? Feel free to share in the comment section below! 😉
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Hey Admin I was wondering if you have seen all the episodes of the latest season (I was able to find them all on youtube). I was sad that there wasn’t more episodes, you could have ran with that story-line, but they didn’t. Do you think this is because they are slowing down for the movie? And do you think Ninjago will be retired after the movie sets come out?!
I haven’t finished watching all the episodes yet, but getting close. There is a lot involved with continuing the episodes; developing the story, the sets, relationship with Cartoon Network, TV schedule, etc. Even with previous seasons how the episodes were released often didn’t make any sense to us.
My understanding based on previous announcements is that the upcoming movie will have little to do with the TV show. So I don’t think that the TV show would have to be slowed down, although perhaps there are going to be some cross-references or teasers leading up to the movie.
I think as long as Ninjago is popular with kids, LEGO will continue running with it. There is really no reason to stop one of their most popular stories and product lines, if the audience likes it. They have tried to replace Ninjago with Chima – that didn’t work. Now they are trying Nexo Knights. They are basically probing for other ideas that could become as popular as Ninjago, but so far they haven’t found one. I think Ninjago is open-ended enough that they can continue with the story as long as they want. Of course that’s me talking. LEGO may surprise us with a decision that doesn’t make any sense to us. It happened before… 🙄
To be honest, that’s exactly how I feel about Ninjago as well. They could continue the storyline of it for as long as they want, if the theme is still as popular as it is now. They really haven’t given us that much of a timeline in the show’s world, (All we really know is that the first spinjitzu master created Ninjago and then his sons and the elemental masters fought in the Serpentine Wars. After that, Garmadon was corrupted and Wu banished him to the Underworld.) So, they really never told us what happened before the creation of Ninjago. However, we do know that the first spinjitzu master battled the Overlord for ages, (which I’m guessing is while he’s creating Ninjago) and if LEGO ever does end up running out of ideas for the Ninjago story, they can always create a spin-off series with the battles of the First Spinjitzu Master and the Overlord! 😀
Actually Cartoon Network provides the showing service, not Disney. And they already have been putting a ton of props for the next movie, the Wu-Cru emblem is for the movie, yet they tease it a billion time in the show. It is supposed to be hidden in different scenes, but some are pretty obvious.
Oh, yes, I meant CN, not Disney. Thanks for catching that. It’s amazing that Ninjago continues to be so exciting after so many seasons. I’m curious how they will handle the movie, but I’m happy with just the regular seasons too. 😀
Awesome to see Ninjago back on the brickblogger! Haven’t seen a post about it in quite a while :'(
Yeah, it’s good to see Ninjago continue to do well. We do have some ongoing discussions happening in the Ninjago section, in case you want to stop by. 🙂
Why is Cole a ghost?
In “The Temple on the Haunted Hill”, When the ninja were looking for the Tomb of the First Spinjitzu Master, they went to Yang’s Haunted Temple to find out how to perform Airjitzu using an ancient scroll. The ghost of Sensei Yang warns them that he who doesn’t escape before dawn will become a ghost, which causes the ninja to scramble out of the temple and drop the scroll in the process. When Cole leaps back to grab it, he doesn’t make it out in time, and he transforms into a ghost.
Ghosts are already like ninja, but to have a ghost ninja! That means bad news for the baddies.
SPOILER ALERT (if you have seen the first few episodes of the new season you should be fine)
When Ronin sees Cole with thermal vision, is that possible? I mean do ghosts even has a temperature?
Not really. Ghosts technically do not have substance, and thus don’t give off heat (Cole’s ability to touch objects in the episodes is kinda bending the rules), but LEGO is ignoring that, and I suppose it’s allowable; there is no solid information regarding ghosts in real life, and therefore Cole and the other ghosts can have any properties LEGO desires.
However, it’s possible Ronin was using Infrared vision (assuming Cole was merely on a light frequency not visible to human eyes), and the script just said “thermal” so kids watching the show could understand how he saw Cole….
Wow, it’s been forever since I was on here. Didn’t realize the Ninjago series has come so far since I last posted (which was years ago). I only watched a bit of the Master Chen arc before I entered high school, and I’ve never watched Ninjago since… Is it worth coming back to?
Gosh! Long time no see! Yeah, Ninjago is still going strong! If you want to watch something interesting, check out this 40-minute long special episode that aired on Cartoon Network just recently: http://thebrickblogger.com/2016/11/watch-lego-ninjago-day-of-the-departed/