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The Tick, that big, blue, "nigh-invulnerable" but none-too-bright cartoon defender of truth and justice, gets his start as defender of The City in these hilarious, goofy, and very sharp episodes from the show's classic first season. He joins up with his loyal sidekick, Arthur, an accountant in a moth suit, and together they battle evil in all its guises, exchanging loopy, brilliant dialogue and meeting up with characters like American Maid, Die Fledermaus, and the Caped Chameleon along the way.
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Release Date:  1994
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
DVD Release Date:  Buena Vista Home Entertainment (August 29, 2006)
Runtime:  4hr 10min
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review by . August 30, 2009
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Pros: appeal for all ages, great characters, wonderful parodies, good animation with a focus on perspective     Cons: one missing episode, and only three glorious seasons!     The Bottom Line: Playful chaos at it's best     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot. The City... it never rests. It never forgets, and never, under any circumstances... attempts to explain itself. She's full of mystery, our City... …
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