Commentary by designer Mike Trim on the pilot episode 'The Most Special Agent' Commentary by director Ken Turner on 'The Unorthodox Shepherd' All 30 episodes on 4 discs Character biographies Data files: Equipment and location briefings Photo gallery Full-screen format Number of discs: 4
Joe 90 was Gerry Anderson's penultimate puppet show of the 1960s, following Captain Scarlet (1967) and preceding the little-known The Secret Service (1969). In 2112, professor Ian McClaine has invented the BIG RAT (Brain Impulse Galvanoscope, Record and Transfer), a machine for copying knowledge and experiences from person to person. WIN (World Intelligence Organization) uses this to prime their top undercover agent, Joe 90, before sending him into the field on missions that range from foiling international terrorists to recovering a nuclear weapon from beneath the polar ice. Joe 90 comes complete in a four-disc boxed set of the entire 30-episode series.