PJ Masks ‘Time To Be A Hero’ DVD | Review

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We received a copy of the new PJ Masks DVD for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

Jack is one of those children who, when they discover a new TV show, gets into easily and deeply. He’s done the same with numerous kids shows in the past and his most recent discovery has been PJ Masks. He has been watching episodes non stop so when the opportunity came up for him to review their first ever DVD, I knew I had to see what he thought.

The new DVD is entitled PJ Masks – Time To Be A Hero and has a running of 72 minutes. As expected of a kids DVD, it has a U classification. The DVD launched on Digital Download, DVD and On Demand on the 30th of October 2017, just in time for Halloween, and has six episodes to choose from (or you can just play all consecutively if you’re like Jack).

PJ Masks DVD

The six episodes are:

  • Speak UP, Gekko! – When Romeo starts using Gekko’s voice for no good, Gekko has to get over his stage fright and get his voice back.
  • Catboy and Master Fang’s Sword – Night Ninja has stolen Master Fang’s prized sword and Catboy wants it back, but he will have to learn not to let his anger get in the way first.
  • Catboy vs Robo-Cat – Catboy has to get Amaya’s and Greg’s stolen superhero pajamas back from Romeo so they can transform into Owlette and Gekko and help him save the day . . . unless he learns that you don’t need superpowers to be a hero.
  • Owlette and the Giving Owl – Owlette’s prized ‘Giving Owl’ statue is stolen by Luna Girl to decorate her new headquarters. If Owlette doesn’t learn it’s better to give than receive, Catboy and Gekko could become trapped in Luna Girl’s newest HQ for good.
  • Catboy’s Flying Fiasco – When Catboy receives a scooter as a gift from an unknown aunt, something smells fishy. But when he can use it to fly, it’s too good to leave at home. Too bad that it’s really a “gift” from . . . Luna Girl!
  • Owlette and the Flash Flip Trip – Using his newest machine, Romeo erases all the stories from books and replaces them with pictures of himself. Rather than relying on her own skills, Owlette plans to use the moves of her favourite comic character, Flossy Flash, to save the day.

The DVD follows the exciting adventures of Connor, Amaya and Greg. They all attend school, just like the other kids but when things go wrong, they will quickly get ready for their mission. School going superheroes, they put on their PJ’s at night and switch on their animal amulets – thus transforming them into Catboy, Owletter and Gekko aka the brilliant PJ Masks team.

PJ Masks DVD coverSo what did Jack think? He was very excited to receive the DVD and as always at the weekend, asked to put it on in bed – we allow him to watch DVD’s or his Netflix account (we have set up a child’s account on ours for him) on Friday and Saturday nights. He likes to go to bed a little earlier too so he can really take advantage of this – and take advantage he does, watching all of the episodes in one fell swoop before finally falling asleep as the DVD looped back to the main menu.

When I quizzed him the next day on his thoughts, he said the DVD was great – the episodes were full of fun and full of action and the PJ Masks team were kept super busy but always won through in the end. Jack also liked that the DVD came with some stickers in the case – as a five year old, he LOVES stickers! When asked his favourite episode, he couldn’t quite choose as he said he enjoyed them all. He isn’t even sure who his favourite member of the team is although I do know it has only increased his love for the show and the characters as a few PJ Masks toys have now creeped onto his Christmas list..

This PJ Masks – Time To Be A Hero DVD retails at £9.99 and is available on Amazon here – currently at £7 although this may not be for long! {affiliate link}. This will make a great stocking filler for all those PJ Masks fans out there!

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