Casper's Scare School

Weekdays 11:00 AM on Cartoon Network Premiered Oct 05, 2009 In Season



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Casper's Scare School

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This show follows Casper as he is enrolled in Scare School by Kibosh: The King of the Underworld. It is headed by Alder and Dash. He becomes friends with a mummy named Ra and a zombie girl named Mantha. When Casper finds out that Alder and Dash want to kill Kibosh he must save him! Broadcast History: "Casper's Scare School" premiered in the U.S. on October 5, 2009 at 8:30am (ET). The series moved to its new timeslot of 11:00am (ET) on October 19, 2009. New episodes continued to air on Cartoon Network weekdays at 11:00am (ET).

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AIRED ON 11/8/2012

Season 2 : Episode 26

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  • New cast voices stink

    The first season voices were great, but the season 2 voices are just horrible. Why would anyone change all the voices?? If it's not broke, don't fix it!

    I loved CSS but im watching the second season on Netflix and let me tell you this I HATE IT. I can tell the difference in EVERYONE'S voice the make casper and everyone else sound gay Ra sounds like he never hitt puberty thatch isnt our beloved thacth anymore. Alder and dash sounds like they have had a sex change for christ sake even Frankengymteacher lost his deep aggressive voice. Even isnt the same how can you to this to all us TRUE CSS LOVERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im going to every website along with all my friends to complain untill someone changes the cast back!!!!!!!!moreless
  • I watched the movie and then the series and I must say this is actually really good. Much better than you would think.

    I think it was a good idea to portray Casper in CGI. It adds a certain uniqueness to it.

    So the basic idea is that Casper has been sent to 'Scare School' in order to learn how to terrify 'fleshies'. A good idea in my book and it is executed quite well. Casper, who is still the kind-hearted soul as he always is in THIS series, makes two friends, an Egyptian Mummy and a Zombie and makes an enemy of a Vampire. But I would have to say I personaly like the two evil Head Masters, Alder and Dash ('Balderdash', get it?)

    Of course, unlike the Tim Burton movies, the movie and series is more light-hearted and has been made for a young audience and that's perfectly understandable. There is not much black humor of course but Casper can work without that. The humor is actually well-tailored.

    Also, as it is a new series, over time it may win over more hearts and may leave its mark in Casper history.

    So in conclusion, I would say give the movie and the series a watch over. It is a more light-hearted version compared to the Tim Burton movies, but it still works for Casper. Children will probably find it entertaining, adults MAY as well, I suppose it is just a matter of taste.moreless

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Animation, Kids


extraordinary situations, coping with death, childlike sense of wonder, child hero, beings from another world