Competition CLOSED! - Danger 5!

Your mission, enter this competition for your chance to win a copy of DANGER 5 on DVD thanks to the good folks at Madman. Not sure if it is worth your precious time? Well read our review and follow on after the jump to ENTER!

All you have to do is get on Twitter and FOLLOW US or head over to Facebook and LIKE US then fill out the form below ticking the appropriate box. If you already FOLLOW US and LIKE US, still fill out the form. If you are a social media floozy, do both and double your chances!

"Set in a bizarre, 1960’s inspired version of World War II, action comedy series DANGER 5 follows a team of five spies on a mission to kill Adolf Hitler. 

Danger 5 is the finest group of special operatives the Allies have to offer; Jackson from the USA, Tucker from Australia, Ilsa from Russia, Claire from Britain and Pierre from Europe. 

In each episode Danger 5 unravels another of Hitler’s diabolical schemes as they travel across a myriad of exotic locations. The action and offbeat humour is relentless as Danger 5 mounts a series of thrilling missions which include discovering Josef Mengele’s perverted Antarctic death circus, busting down Erwin Rommel’s golden murder casino and posing as exotic dancers in an attempt to take out Hitler at his own birthday party." 

Good luck and as always, kill Hitler.

Sorry, this competition has closed and the winners have been notified.

Competition closes at 11:59pm EST on Sunday the 29th of April 2012.
Your details will not be used in any way other than for the delivery of your prize. The Geek of Oz and Madman do not take any responsibility for the loss, damage or delay of to prizes sent to winners (blame Australia Post for that one). The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered upon. Winners will be chosen at random. Prizes are not redeemable for cash or any other kind of trading currency such as creds, latinum, sen, kan, zeni, double dollars or Ankh Morpork dollars. This competition is only open to Australian residents.


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