I found great enjoyment in my youth in the shows of Nickelodeon, from ‘You Can’t Do That On Television” to the extra-strange antics of Dave Coulier on “Out Of Control.” But probably my favorite of those ever-so-80s entertainments came in the cartoon adventures of Danger Mouse. Not Cee Lo’s old musical partner, but the eye-patched debonair rodent of action, whose adventures could be seen each day after I got home from school. Though I occasionally chanced upon the occasional single DVD or (perish forbid) VHS copy of DM’s adventures in the years since then, it wasn’t until 2011 that a complete accounting of those lost cartoon treasures was available. (I don’t actually have it, for those considering a nice gift for me in honor of the Spring festival of your choice.) For many years, I thought that perhaps there would NEVER be a decent collection of the White Wonder’s missions, much as I lamented the lack of such a release for the acerbic adventures of Daria. (And sadly, when her collection DID appear, most all of the music had to be excised and replaced with the Jimmy Hart Version thereof.)
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) is about to go into a 7th level Yoga-Hopping trance, whether or not Stiletto has a stereotypical accent, asking: What is (or WAS) your most fondly awaited collected DVD/Blu-Ray/Whatever release?