Po (Mick Wingert) senses his friends pulling back from him as his mastery of Kung Fu grows to include the Dragon Warrior performing an ancient attack known as Thundering Wind Hammer not seen successfully performed in a generation. To explain the concern of his friends, Shifu (Fred Tatasciore) shares the harsh truth about previous incarnations of the Furious Five whose most powerful members have all turned evil including Shifu’s former teammate Fenghuang (Wendie Malick).
The random order for these releases is a bit confusing but fans should still enjoy the collection. The only extra on the single-disc DVD is the code to the game app “Scorpion Maze” to unlock power-ups and downloads.
When Po (Mick Wingert) learns that Shifu‘s (Fred Tatasciore) ex-girlfriend is visiting the Jade Palace the Dragon Warrior decides to try and get the former lovebirds back together not realizing that in their years apart Mei Ling (Susanne Blakeslee) has become Shifu’s most hated enemy and has only come to destroy him.
While interrupting the villainous Tong Fo‘s (Jeff Bennett) latest plan and retrieve the stolen Gan Xiang Sapphire, Po (Mick Wingert) accidentally is imbued with the mystical powers to read minds that the Tong Fo had planned to grab for himself. These same powers allowed Tong Fo’s ancestor to rule a vast kingdom (before going completely mad).
Po (Mick Wingert) gets caught in the middle of a noodle feud when a reformed Hundun (Diedrich Bader) sets up a competing noodle shop in town using the knowledge and recipes Po taught several thieves and kidnappers to help them find skills once they left prison. Convinced the villain is up to no good, Mr. Ping‘s (James Hong) paranoia runs off on his son who breaks into the restaurant and beats up Hundun’s waiters looking for secret tunnel to the Jade Palace that no longer exists.
You have to love an episode of Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness that basically becomes Godzilla before everything is said and done. Tired of being the smallest, and most overlooked, member of the Furious Five, Mantis (Max Koch) decides to drink a few sips of a black magic potion that “biggens” him to the same size as his teammates.