PJ Masks – Time to be a Hero DVD Review & Release Information

PJ Masks – Time to be a Hero DVD Review A Mum Reviews

PJ Masks – Time to be a Hero DVD Review & Release Information

I’ve seen PJ Masks here and there on TV and on social media but my kids had never watched it until recently. There’s no reason for it really they just got stuck in a rut watching Peppa Pig, Ben & Holly and Paw Patrol over and over.

The new PJ Masks collection Time to be a Hero is released on Digital Download, DVD + On Demand Launch on Monday next week, the 30th October 2017. RRP is £9.99 but the DVD is available to pre-order from Amazon.co.uk for £7.99. It’s the first time PJ Masks is available on DVD and this collection is packed with episodes of the hugely popular preschool TV show.

It’s released just in time for Halloween too which is perfect as we love to watch a DVD and enjoy a living room pizza picnic together on Halloween. It’s our family tradition!

The show follows the exciting adventures of Connor, Amaya and Greg who are three friends who attend school like everyone else, but when something goes awry in the city, they get ready for their mission.

“As day turns to night, the heroes put their pyjamas on and activate their animal amulets. They magically transform into their dynamic superhero alter egos: Catboy, Owlette and Gekko and become the fantastic and unstoppable PJ Masks team. “

The PJ Masks – Time to be a Hero collection includes six action packed adventure to enjoy:

  •  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 & 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.

PJ Masks – Time to be a Hero DVD Review A Mum Reviews

My three-year-old loved the show from the start and wanted to watch the whole DVD in one go and she asks to watch it quite often now which is nice. I like that she’s found a new show to enjoy!

Pre-order the DVD on Amazon here.

This DVD was provided to us to feature in this post. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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