Blaze and the Monster Machines Heroes of Axle City is now on DVD! Are you a fan of the show Blaze and the Monster Machines? Or, should I say is your child a fan? Blaze and the Monster Machines is a fun, animated show for children that appears on Nickelodeon. If your child loves trucks, cars and monster machines, they are probably fans of the show.
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Heroes of Axle City
Blaze and his friends speed into all-new adventures in the latest DVD collection, Blaze and the Monster Machines: Heroes of Axle City, featuring four high-speed tales, including the epic action-packed double-length episode, “Race to the Top of the World.” Available February 13, 2018, fans can follow Blaze as he transforms into a tow truck, saves the city’s lights, and goes on the adventure of a lifetime with pirates, pyramids and more. Produced by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Media Distribution, Blaze and the Monster Machines: Heroes of Axle City will be available on DVD February 13, 2018, for the suggested retail price of $10.99. Buy it now.
Blaze and the Monster Machines: Heroes of Axle City contains the following episodes:
Tow Truck Tough – Blaze transforms into a tow truck and teams up with AJ and Gabby to save Stripes and Crusher.
Light Riders – On your mark, get set, glow! Blaze and his Light Rider friends race into action to light up the night and catch a mysterious kangaroo leaving all of Axle City in the dark.
Rocket Ski Rescue – Crusher uses rockets to cheat in the big race at the Monster Dome, but when he blasts off into trouble, it’s up to Blaze and AJ to save him.
Race to the Top of the World – Blaze and the Monster Machines are back for their wildest race yet. Join them as they meet pirates, a Sphinx and try to avoid Crusher’s tricks as they travel to the top of the world.
There are loads of fun episodes included on this DVD. Not only does it have four regular episodes, it has a double length episode (Race to the Top of the World) included. I love that this includes a variety of different vehicles like tow trucks and rockets. And, it’s fun that they introduced pirates and a Sphinx into the mix as well. Of course, Blaze and the Monster Machines also teaches kids about science and math so it’s a valuable part of STEM learning for younger kids. But, whether you watch it for the fun or the learning, this new collection is one you’ll want to buy.
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