LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Season 8

LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Season 8

LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

  • Genre: Kids
  • Release Date: 2003-04-28
  • Episodes: 10
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99
From 17 Ratings


While the ninja are searching for Master Wu, a dangerous new biker gang calling themselves the Sons of Garmadon is out to steal three supernatural Oni Masks in order to resurrect the King of Shadows himself: Lord Garmadon. This time, the ninja may be out of their element…


Title Time Price
1 The Mask of Deception 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 The Jade Princess 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 The Oni and the Dragon 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Snake Jaguar 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Dead Man's Squall 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 The Quiet One 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 Game of Masks 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Dread On Arrival 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 True Potential 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 Big Trouble, Little Ninjago 22:03 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes



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    By bdbcbxb
  • I used to love ninjago

    By Lloyd Johnathan Garmadon
    Ninjago has always been one of my favorite shows ever since I was little kid. I may be getting older but I was still planning on watching all of the new seasons. But after seeing how they’ve changed and ruined everything I liked about it I’m really sad to say I’m probably done with the show except for all the past seasons. 😩😕 goodbye to a part of my childhood.
  • I forever hate my childhood!

    By PacdiZaster
    Why did you go and change the characters I wanna see where nia and jay end up I want things to continue and see where things go I want to keep the original looks the looks on the show are crap I mean really it was meant to be good not derpy serious guys it’s ridiculous.
  • Omg! This is AMAZING!!!

    By Fantom Ninja
    I thought season four was the best but this is definitely my new favorite!! I love the Ninja’s new outfits and looks! Also, Lloyd’s new voice is a little bit weird but I got used to it. The humor is great, as always in Ninjago. The return of Garmadon was kind of strange since it sort of spoils his whole sacrifice in season four and his death later in season five, but I guess it’s pretty cool! I absolutely love Mr. E!! He is a really cool bad guy and is definitely my favorites!! This season is so awesome!!!!
  • OMG!!!😱😱😱😱😱😱

    By Joe Bro 😎
    This season is CRAZY! I haven't seen it yet but I’ve seen tons of scenes and know how it ends! The problem is that all of the ninja are the movie versions!😮 As much as I like the new Lloyd, I really like the original one! But this looks like a great season!😃👍
  • This took so long. I’ve been wanting to purchase this for months

    By TheDisneyPup
    Thank you iTunes for putting this out to purchase it’s probably one of the best seasons!
  • Epic

    By ShayanTheTruth78
    The show redefined the episodes and intense dark moments that blew me away. I love it once more!!

    By hot-choc
    Besides the movie designs it clear so much work went into the look of this season! The colors the lights the design for the city it all POPS! And the writers have out done themselves honestly building up some mystery n intrigue. The struggle here feels real. This season and the way it ties into hunted, how dark and harrowing it was at times, feels like the boldest season(s) they’ve attempted to date and honestly in execution it pays off. Hands down my top fav seasons. Excited to see what they cook up next
  • Yes!!!! Finally!!!

    By ninjahunter49
    I’ve been waiting for so long after this air on television! Thank you iTunes! Oh, and another thing. Why did does it say it was released in 2003? Please fix that. Lol 😂😂😂😂
  • Season 8 Review! A Must Watch!

    By PK Studios
    Sons of Garmadon is what I consider the “Season which saved Ninjago.” This season didn’t just redefine what Ninjago was, it completely reinvented the series almost from the ground up. Most other series tend to focus on what made them successful as they continue on for almost a decade. Ninjago was starting to do the same thing, and it felt predictable. Season 8 came in and took risks, and didn’t pander to fan service. Initially the Season was met by controversy, since it does have a time skip, and the ninja are older and look slightly different. However, this move is absolutely GENIUS. Having the characters grow up with the show allows the show to explore more mature plots, that it couldn’t do with younger, less experienced ninja. The villain of this Season, Harumi is so much fun to watch. She has a very sinister presence on screen, and really helps tie this season back to the very first season in a way no fans were expecting. She and Master Lloyd are definitely the stand out characters. Master Lloyd (yes, it’s Master now) is my favorite change from the old to new designs. The voice performance done by Sam Vincent is pretty solid, and sounds like an older version of the performance done by Jillian Michaels. Also, seeing Lloyd be the leader and master of the team is extremely satisfying, and feels earned after seeing him grow up from a young child. The action scenes in the season are the best Ninjago has ever put to screen, and the soundtrack by Jay Vincent and Michael Kramer is amazing. It utilizes the 7/8 time signature to create a unique theme for the Sons of Garmadon. The sound design is also mastered in 5.1 surround sound, which really pushes the fact that this season was made to be watched in home theaters on big screens. I would even go as far as to call Season 8 almost like a “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” type of Season, where it took a completely different turn than what people expected out of it, to give not what fans wanted, but what the series needed. Overall Season 8 gave Ninjago that phenomenal reinvention, new concepts, and almost everything else that it needed in order to continue to be extremely successful as we head into the what the future holds for the beloved series.