The Wheeled Warriors explode into battle, taking nostalgic action to a whole new level! Based on the popular line of Mattel toys, and scripted by acclaimed writers such as J. Michael Straczynski (creator of Babylon 5), the second Volume, 33 Episodes, of Jayce And The Wheeled Warriors make their way to DVD for the first time!
I never had this but I always wanted it. It's from a really weird show called Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, where these vehicle monster things grew from plants. For a little boy it was pretty great: monsters and trucks COMBINED! It's like a kid version of beer made from weed.
Sound familiar? Yeah, okay, that’s largely Star Wars, but Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors had a number of charming elements that made it worth remembering. First, the vehicles — both on the show and the toys — were great. Ignoring the teensy, hardly-articulated humaniform creatures or the literal “brains” which “piloted” the villain vehicles, there were nearly endless ways to alter and customize the vehicles. One could even swap weapons between good guys and bad guys, if one were so inclined. The toys were a good scale — smaller than sometimes unwieldy G.I. Joe vehicles but bigger than crappy die-cast cars or Hot Wheels — for small hands and were thin enough plastic to be easy to work with while being sturdy enough to fall on once or twice without significant permanent damage (if you avoided the posts where things attached … true story).
Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors story is this: Jayce and his friendsmust find his father to untied the magic root and lead his LightingLeague to victory, But the only thing standing his way is the evilSawboss, leader of the Monster Minds with the power to Transform intopowerful vehicles.