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Kirby: Right Back at Ya! - Series Finale - Fright to the Finish
October 31, 2011
King Dedede has grown frustrated with his consistent failures to defeat Kirby. No matter what monster he orders, Kirby defeats it in a snap. But he has his shining Warp Star to thank for getting him out of countless jams. The king decides to change his tactics and get rid of the Warp Star! He and Escargoon kidnap Tiff to try and get her to tell where she's hiding it, but they don't don't get anything out of her... Not until Tuff comes to rescue her and accidentally blurts out the Warp Star's whereabouts. While the Dedede clan goes out to interrogate Kabu, trouble brews elsewhere as a giant spaceship that dwarfs Castle Dedede arrives in Dream Land. It's the most destructive opponent Kirby has ever faced, a flying saucer courtesy of NightMare Enterprises called Destrayaa. Meta Knight knows that this is not the only Destrayaa they will have to fight; NME is guaranteed to send as many spaceships as they need to lay waste to Pop Star. Now that they're done toying around with Kirby, the fate of the galaxy is at stake. Meta Knight gets all the citizens of Dream Land togther and takes them to his secret lair deep beneath Castle Dedede, where he holds the secret weapon that will take them to the final conflict with the fiendish founder of NightMare Enterprises - eNeMeE! Will Kirby and Meta Knight put an end to eNeMeE's conquest once and for all, or is NightMare Enterprises destined to rule the entire universe? Find out in the exciting series finale of Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
This movie is a compilation of the final five episodes in the series: Air Ride-In-Style Parts 1 & 2, Cappy Town Down, Combat Kirby and Fright to the Finish. These episodes were originally aired seperately, but were compiled in to one for the DVD release. A few minor scenes from the original episodes have been cut out to make the story flow better.
I do not own Kirby, this movie, or the show that preceded it. All copyrights to 4kids, Nintendo, and HAL Labs.