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I've been a huge Computeropolis fan since ever the first movie came out. The Computeropolis series was great and it followed the adventures of a teenage boy named Peri Dazz and his friends in the computer world.
 
I've been a huge Computeropolis fan since ever the first movie came out. The Computeropolis series was great and it followed the adventures of a teenage boy named Peri Dazz and his friends in the computer world.
   
The franchise started in 2004 with the original film, Computeropolis. After the success of the film, it was followed by two sequels in 2007 and 2010, respectively. It also had its own TV show on Gingo, titled Computeropolis: Adventures of Peri and Nicky, which ran from 2008.
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The franchise started in 2004 with the original film, Computeropolis. After the success of the film, it was followed by two sequels in 2007 and 2010, respectively. It also had its own TV show on Cartoon Network, titled Computeropolis: Adventures of Peri and Nicky, which ran from 2008.
   
 
I had the second one on DVD as well as the first four seasons of the show on DVD. Well, I used to have the first one on DVD from like five years ago but somehow I lost it and I can't find it everywhere. So, I decided to search Amazon.com for a preowned DVD of Computeropolis. I stumbled across one, at the rather cheap price for $6.99, including delivery. However, the DVD cover art seemed to have been torn off, with a label crudely placed on the front, written "COMPUTEROPOLIS" in a blue sharpie. I thought nothing of it, and decided to bid on it. Weirdly, despite it having a day to go, I immediately won the item. I proceeded to payment, left my feedback, and it arrived within a week.
 
I had the second one on DVD as well as the first four seasons of the show on DVD. Well, I used to have the first one on DVD from like five years ago but somehow I lost it and I can't find it everywhere. So, I decided to search Amazon.com for a preowned DVD of Computeropolis. I stumbled across one, at the rather cheap price for $6.99, including delivery. However, the DVD cover art seemed to have been torn off, with a label crudely placed on the front, written "COMPUTEROPOLIS" in a blue sharpie. I thought nothing of it, and decided to bid on it. Weirdly, despite it having a day to go, I immediately won the item. I proceeded to payment, left my feedback, and it arrived within a week.
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