The year of the dragon continues with the latest DreamWorks Dragons DVD. Over the weekend, the kids and I saw four episodes of Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1. My kids and I really enjoy the DreamWorks Dragons series. The stories are interesting, the animation is good, there are a variety of human and dragon characters, and it features the original voice talent from the film. Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 is available now on DVD. The new title includes ten episodes on two discs. It has a list price of $19.98, but you can currently purchase it on Amazon for $14.99.
Dragons: Defenders of Berk is actually season two of the DreamWorks Dragons TV series. We enjoyed season one of the series, and so far we like the second season too. The episodes in the new title are a continuation of season one. As the DVD title suggest, Hiccup and the other dragon riders are now the defenders of Berk. The enemies appear to be the Outcasts and a rival tribe that hunts dragons instead of riding them.
The new Dragons DVD includes a code for the Digital HD Ultraviolet version of the DVD. In addition, the title also includes an offer for exclusive battle gear and one month’s free subscription to School of Dragons, the online game from JumpStart based on DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon franchise.
Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD Episodes
- Live and Let Fly
- The Iron Gronckle
- The Night and the Fury
- Tunnel Vision
- Race to Fireworm Island
- Fright of Passage
- Worst in Show
- Appetite for Destruction
- Zippleback Down
- A View to a Skrill Part 1
Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD Bonus Features
- Dragon Tracker Part 3
In-depth look at the Screaming Death, Fireworm Queen, Flightmare and Skrill dragons
- Evolution of Screaming Death
A featurette with visual effects supervisor David Jones who explains the history behind this interesting and scary dragon
- SuperFly Dragon Mash-Up Music Video
- Sneak Peek
More info: Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD
[Disclosure: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment sent me a DVD for review purposes. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]