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Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters DVD Slated for October

Originally aired back in 1994, the low-budget superhero show Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters will be making its way to DVD for the first time this coming October. Amazon had already started taking pre-orders for the four-discs complete series DVD.

An attempt to emulate the success of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters was set in Beverly Hills, California. The four teens selected by Nimbar to fight off the monsters sent by evil Emperor Gorganus. With the help of the tattoo that was given to them, they gain the power to become Galactic Sentinels.

Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters: The Complete Series DVD is priced at $12.98 and slated for October release. Pre-order now via Amazon.

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11 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    "Low Budget" pfff. Still a better series than Power Rangers Mega Farce!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    No way in hell am I buying that

  3. Anonymous Says:

    We've lost the DVD releases of the final volumes of Beetleborgs Metallix and VR Troopers S2, for this?!

  4. Kirtro Says:

    So this.... THING is getting a DVD release (they really made 40 episodes?) but no Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog?*

    at least with VR Troopers I can understand why people would enjoy it (then again T.T.A.F. might be in the so bad it's good territory for all I know all i've really seen is the TJ TV review, at least
    it's cheap).

    *yeah... pretty sure im leaving myself wide open by admitting to have enjoyed that series as a kid...

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  7. Anonymous Says:

    @Kirtro Yeah it is a so bad it is good series now (will freely admit I did watch it as a kid). Had a chance to watch it recently and I was laughing so much. I will consider spending 13 bucks on it. For the people complaining about this series getting out and other series not getting all of their episodes on DVD please understand that this isn't the same company that brought out the other series.

  8. GoseiRekka Says:

    I remember watching this vaguely as a child while it was airing on the USA Network.

    It was ridiculously cheesy and low budget.

    However, it was suprisingly watchable despite for what it was.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    "We've lost the DVD re­leas­es of the final vol­umes of Beetle­borgs Met­al­lix and VR Troop­ers S2, for this?!"

    Would you believe me if I said no? (It's not the same distributor releasing it)

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Finally. Have been waiting forever for this.

  11. V Says:

    @Kirtro, like Saban's Mystic Knights, the producers of TTAF attempted to do something that did NOT utilize Japanese suit actor footage. That being said, unlike Mystic Knights, EVERYTHING about TTAF was done on the cheap and it showed. It had all of the production value of early era Doctor Who, but none of the charm or originality. And if you only saw TJ Omega's review, trust me when I tell you, you did not miss a thing. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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