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''Biker Mice From Mars'' was a syndicated cartoon series that ran from 1993 to 1996, part of many animated productions starring anthropomorphic animal heroes that capitalized on the success of ''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles''.
 
  
It was popular enough to be dubbed into over 50 countries worldwide. While the series got a full DVD release in France (with no English audio however), only the first season ever got released on DVD in the U.S. (and some of the episodes on that set were edited).
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'''''Biker Mice From Mars''''' is a syndicated cartoon series that ran from 1993 to 1996. The show ran three seasons in total and spawned a number of video game and comic adaptations.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biker_Mice_from_Mars Original TV show Wikipedia article.] Retrieved 17 Mar '17.</ref> The original series was briefly rebooted in 2006 under the same title, which led to a few more video game adaptations for Nintendo DS and PS2.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biker_Mice_from_Mars_(2006_TV_series) 2006 reboot Wikipedia article.] Retrieved 17 Mar '17.</ref>
  
Part of this may be down to the fact that this series hasn't been seen aired on TV in the U.S. since the 90s (although it was aired in the U.K. as late as 2000).
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The series' popularity led to it being dubbed for consumers in more than 50 countries. While the series got a full DVD release in France (with no English audio track) only the first season ever got released on DVD in the U.S. with an English dub, leaving the other two seasons with no home video releases of the English audio. The rarity of this dub is also due in part to its lack of syndication after the 1990's.
  
All episodes have been uploaded to [http://kametsu.com/topic/57233-mega-biker-mice-from-mars-576p-x264-10bit-eng-onlycomplete/ Kametsu] in DVD quality.
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Finally, in March 2017, Lost Media Wiki user [http://lostmediawiki.com/User:PannenkoekenNL PannenkoekenNL] provided a link in the comments to Kametsu with both seasons of the show with its English audio in DVD quality.<ref>[http://kametsu.com/topic/57233-mega-biker-mice-from-mars-576p-x264-10bit-eng-onlycomplete/ Kametsu download link from PannenkoekenNL; requires forum membership to access.] Retrieved 12 Mar '17.</ref> As such, the series with English audio is now available in its entirety.
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Revision as of 17:05, 17 March 2017

Biker Mice Mars.JPG

The show's title card.

Status: Found

Date found: 12 Mar 17

Found by: Unknown Kametsu user, PannenkoekenNL


Biker Mice From Mars is a syndicated cartoon series that ran from 1993 to 1996. The show ran three seasons in total and spawned a number of video game and comic adaptations.[1] The original series was briefly rebooted in 2006 under the same title, which led to a few more video game adaptations for Nintendo DS and PS2.[2]

The series' popularity led to it being dubbed for consumers in more than 50 countries. While the series got a full DVD release in France (with no English audio track) only the first season ever got released on DVD in the U.S. with an English dub, leaving the other two seasons with no home video releases of the English audio. The rarity of this dub is also due in part to its lack of syndication after the 1990's.

Finally, in March 2017, Lost Media Wiki user PannenkoekenNL provided a link in the comments to Kametsu with both seasons of the show with its English audio in DVD quality.[3] As such, the series with English audio is now available in its entirety.

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