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French DVDs
 
 Here you'll find all the French episodes of Code Lyoko on DVD.
You'll discover all that was released on DVD, from full and final releases to collections that were halted due to lack of interest.

Do you want to view the bonus features from the old DVDs? No problem! Find all bonus features available for download from our "Media" section.
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[Complete series in disc sets] [Other DVDs] [DVD collection]
 
 

Complete series in disc sets
 
This series of 7 volumes contained all episodes of Code Lyoko.
Note that season 1 was released last of all...

Price: approx. €17 per set
Studio: Universal
Region: 2
Rating: All ages
Language 1: French
Encoder 1: Dolby Digital
Image format: 4/3 format aspect ratio 1.33
Quality: Stereo, colour

ImageSeason 1 Volume 1 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 23rd September 2008
Run time: Approx. 360 minutes
Contains episodes 1-13 (13 episodes).
No bonus features, despite what was said.

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ImageSeason 1 Volume 2 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 23rd September 2008
Run time: Approx. 360 minutes
Contains episodes 14-26 (13 episodes).
No bonus features, despite what was said.

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ImageSeason 2 Volume 1 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 26th September 2006
Run rimte: Approx. 340 minutes
Contains episodes 27-39 (13 episodes).

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ImageSeason 2 Volume 2 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 3rd April 2007
Run time: Approx. 340 minutes
Contains episodes 40-52 (13 episodes).

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ImageSeason 3 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 1st August 2007
Run time: Approx. 270 minutes
Contains episodes 53-65 (13 episodes), the complete third season.

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ImageSeason 4 Volume 1 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 5th February 2008
Run time: Approx. 315 minutes
Contains episodes 66-79 (13 episodes).

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ImageSeason 4 Volume 2 - 3 DVD Set

Release date: 1st April 2008
Run time: Approx. 480 minutes
Contains episodes 80-95 (18 episodes) as well as the double episode special "XANA Awakens" as a bonus feature.

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Other DVDs
 
The first Code Lyoko DVDs, which were also released on VHS.

Studio: Universal
Region: 2
Rating: All ages
Language: French
Encoder: Dolby Digital
Image format: 4/3 format aspect ratio 1.33
Quality: Stereo, colour
Year of release: 2004

ImageSauras–tu garder un secret ?
Release date: 17th February 2004
Price: €14.21
Run time: Approx. 115 minutes

Contains 4 episodes (Teddygozilla, Clap de fin, Vacances dans la brume, Big bogue) and 20 minutes of bonus features.

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[DVD menu]
Bonus features:
1. Character presentations
(See clickable miniatures below)
2. Virtual tour of Kadic Academy
3. Virtual tour of the Desert Sector
4. Video clip
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ImageCollège Kadic: Danger immédiat
Release date: 25th August 2004
Price: €14.21
Run time: Approx. 120 minutes

Contains 4 episodes (Carnet de bord, Claustrophobie, Satellite, Gravité zéro) and 30 minutes of bonus features.
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[Inside cover]
Bonus features:
1. Character presentations
(The same as on the previous DVD. See above)
2. The Holomap
3. School photo album
4. Les Echos de Kadic (Kadic News)
(Clickable miniatures just below)

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[DVD menu]
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ImageCollector set volumes 1 and 2 DVDs

Release date: 21st October 2004
Price: €18.39
Run time: Approx. 115 minutes (DVD 1) + 120 minutes (DVD 2)

The set combines the 2 DVDs shown above. It contains 8 episodes and the bonus features.

"I want to talk to you about Yumi, Ulrich, Odd and Jeremy, students like any other. But only in appearance, because they discovered a secret passage that leads to the world of Lyoko. A parallel and virtual world, Lyoko is controlled by X.A.N.A., a supercomputer that decided to destroy Earth. Since then, they secretly transform into young virtual adventurers, and I, Aelita, am their guide in their fight to save our planet. But...SHH!!! I can't tell you any more than that."
 

DVD collection
 
In 2007, the first of a Code Lyoko DVD collection hit stores, released by a subsidiary of Altaya. Each week a DVD containing three episodes was released, accompanied by a booklet. However, before this collection could be launched on a larger scale, Moonscoop first did a test run. The first of them were only made available in a few cities in France in order to test their success...

...but within the cities, almost no publicity was done. What's more, none of the largest cities in France seemed to be tested; no trace of this collection in Paris, nor even in Lyon or Marseille. They were only available in Metz, Picardie and Alsace. As such, the test received poor results and Moonscoop cancelled production.

DVD characteristics

Rating: All ages
Language 1: French
Encoding 1: Dolby Digital
Image format: 16/9, 4/3 compatible (aspect ratio 1.78)
Quality: Stereo, colour
Run time: 80 minutes per DVD

The price was about 3 Euros for the first issue, 5 Euros for the second and 10 for the remaining issues.

Shown on the right are the covers and menus for DVDs 2 and 4, which we managed to find on the net, without their booklets.

Below, you'll find a scan of the front cover of the first DVD's booklet, the only one we managed to find, and a summary of its contents.
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Booklet for issue 1, released in October 2007

In it you can find:
- A detailed summary of each episode with images, original storyboard drawings
- "Zooms" on different points (factory, concept of towers...)
- An article on supercomputers
- An article on the development of Code Lyoko from the story
- An interview with Sophie Decroisette
- A "rumours" section that looks at some emblematic elements of the cartoon, such as Sissi's stupid comments, Odd and Ulrich's friendship and the love between Jeremy and Aelita
- A colour-in
- Two puzzles

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