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    No Ordinary Family

    No Ordinary Family

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    ABC (ended 2011)
    ABC Studios brings to life the story of the Powells. They're an every day, typical American family who undergo a remarkable transformation after the charter plane they hired crashes in the Amazon River. They receive superpowers but attempt to live ordinary lives. However, they soon discover that there is a conspiracy at work, and that they're not the only ones with special abilities.moreless
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    Thriller

    Thriller

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    NBC (ended 1962)
    Welcome to the Thriller guide at TV.com. This hour-long anthology series was hosted by Boris Karloff, who each week brought you a tale of spine-tingling suspense. Karloff would open each episode with a brief onscreen appearance (in the tradition of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents"), setting the scene for the story to follow and introducing us to the cast. Occasionally the hour was divided into two or sometimes even three separate tales, and Boris Karloff himself acted in several episodes. The earlier entries lean more towards straight mystery and suspense, while later shows deal directly with horror and the occult.moreless
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    The Tribe

    The Tribe

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    Channel Five (ended 2003)
    Interwoven with the ongoing loves, fears, ambitions and conflicts of the Mall Rats and the interplay they have with the warring tribes, the series features themes of survival, betrayal, ambition and intrigue. Against all odds the Mall Rats will triumph in the end to keep their dream alive of building a new world in their own image, whatever that may be. "The Tribe" aired for five seasons, from 1999 to 2003.moreless
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    The Greatest American Hero

    The Greatest American Hero

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    ABC (ended 1983)
    This show was first aired in 1981, and was both a comedy and a drama. A special "power suit" that only works on him is given to the teacher by the aliens, and he is paired up with the gumshoe FBI agent who keeps them both busy with his scenarios. The suit of "unearthly powers" gives the power of strength, flight, invisibilty, flames, telekenesis, vision of events without being there, protection from bullets and firemoreless
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    Torchwood: Miracle Day

    Torchwood: Miracle Day

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    Starz
    Mekhi Phifer and Bill Pullman along with guest star Lauren Ambrose are set to star in the US version ofTorchwood. Stars from the original BBC version, John Barrowman and Eve Myles continue in the new edition and are joined by Alexa Havins and Arlene Tur.moreless
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    Cyberchase

    Cyberchase

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    PBS Kids
    Follow the awesome adventures of three extraordinary kids, collectively called The CyberSquad: Matt, The leader Jackie the CyberSquad's resident fashion guru, and Inez, with a lot of questions in her mind. At the beginning of the series, Matt, Jackie and Inez, through a set of extraordinary circumstances, get transported into "Cyberspace" by a Library Computer on planet Earth. Now all three are involved in a power struggle between the beautiful and wise Motherboard, protector of all Cyberspace, and a dastardly villain named The Hacker,(and his bumbling henchmen, Buzz, and Delete) who wishes to become its controller. With the help of Dr. Marbles and Digit, Motherboard's faithful aides, the kids must go on crazy adventures to save Cyberspace from Hacker and his evil plans by using logic and mathematics instead of weapons and dramatics to defeat any obstacles in their way!moreless
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    Stingray

    Stingray

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    ITV (ended 1965)
    "Stand by for Action! We're about to launch Stingray! Anything can happen within the next half hour!"

    These were the words spoken by Commander Shore at the beginning of each episode of Stingray, the first Gerry Anderson Supermarionation show to be made in colour.

    Set in the year 2064, Stingray is about the World Aquanaut Security Patrol (WASP) who patrol the world's oceans, helping and defeating underwater races. The pride of WASP is the revolutionary submarine Stingray, which is controlled by Captain Troy Tempest and Lieutenant George Lee Sheridan, better known as "Phones".

    The WASP headquarters at Marineville, a huge complex, 10 miles inland. The heart of WASP operations is the control tower, where Commander Sam Shore, Lt. Atlanta Shore (also his daughter) and Sub-Lieutenant Fisher can control and communicate with the entire WASP organization.

    When Marineville is under surface attack, Battle Stations sound. What happens next is that the whole complex sinks beneath the ground on massive hydraulic platforms. Huge concrete blast doors then protect the base, as well as WASP Interceptor and hydraulic missiles.

    The WASP call is "PWOR" (Proceed With Orders Received).

    The main villain of the WASPs is Titan who rules the underwater city of Titanica and has sworn to invade the surface world. His slaves are the Aquaphibians, who control mechanical fish called Terror Fish, armed with deadly missiles that have destroyed many unsuspecting victims. Titan is also assisted by Surface Agent X20, who talks incredibly like Peter Lorre. X20 can infiltrate Marineville through cunning disguises. He lives in an old house on the Island of Lemoy, where he can communicate with Titanica by pressing a button in his living room, which changes the room into a communication centre within seconds!

    Before becoming a member of the WASPs, Marina, a tailless, voiceless mermaid was the slave of Titan before Troy Tempest rescued her from his clutches. Her father, Aphony is the ruler of the underwater city Pacifica. Marina and her people have been sworn to silence by Titan, who said if they were to speak again, they would be destroyed.

    Occasionally, Marina accompanies Troy and Phones on their missions and sometimes Atlanta goes in place of her if they feel the mission is unsuitable for Marina. Troy has love interests for both women. Rarely seen on missions is a seal named Oink.

    Each episode ended with a song called "Aqua Marina" which was composed by Barry Gray and sung by Gary Miller.

    Not only was Stingray the first Supermarionation series to be made in colour, it was also the first British TV series to be made in colour! The series has also been repeated on BBC 2 over 1992-4 and 2001/2 and recently on weekday mornings over 2003/4. It has also been shown on Sky One.moreless
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    Galactica 1980

    Galactica 1980

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    ABC (ended 1980)
    Only the first three episodes of the series, comprising the pilot movie, feature a title sequence beginning with "Galactica 1980." The remaining episodes begin by calling the show "Battlestar Galactica," as if this were the second season of the original show. All the roles were written for the original cast, as if this were the second season. When most proved unavailable, the parts were rewritten and a largely new cast was hired. Set 30 years after the first season, the Galactica, guided by the mysterious teenage genius prodigy Dr. Zee. Adama, sporting a hideously fake beard, remains in command of the fleet, with Col. Boomer his second in command. Upon realizing Earth of 1980 cannot face the Cylons, and hearing Zee's warning that the Cylons followed them, Adama turns the fleet away, sending his grandson Troy (the grown up Boxey) and his wingman Dillon to explore Earth and aid in speeding up its technological development. They are helped by a reporter named Jamie Hamilton, and new technology such as personal cloaking shields and flying motorcycles. The original premise set up in the pilot features a traitor named Xavier stealing a ship and traveling into the past in an effort to speed up Earth's development by introducing technology into the past. His first target is to help the Nazi rocket program, but he is stopped by Troy, Dillon and Jamie. He escapes their custody and heads to pre-Revolutionary America, and the pilot ends with Jamie vowing to join Troy and Dillon in the chase for Xavier through time — the implication being each episode would feature Xavier in a different era, with our trio of heroes trying to stop him from changing history. However, when the series was picked up, this premise was abandoned, and a plot thread featuring Troy and Dillon protecting a group of Galactican children on Earth was woven through many of the episodes, with Xavier abandoning his time travel efforts. The story of the children was an element no doubt introduced to appease broadcast standards requiring shows airing at 7 p.m. to appeal to younger audiences. While the show was considered a critical flop, it did feature a number of recurring storylines. Among them, in addition to the children, was the military's attempt to track down any evidence of the Galactica, and Jamie's boss looking to cover the story. Recurring themes included Troy and Dillon in fish-out-of-water scenarios as they attempted to adapt to Earth, which added a level of silliness, and the idea that Galactica was the guardian of the last human stronghold in the face of the Cylon threat, which added a layer of seriousness. Several episodes featured the following text at the end of the program: "The United States Air Force stopped investigating UFOs in 1969. After 22 years, they found no evidence of extra-terrestrial visits and no threat to national security." This may have been in response not only to the Air Force story arc, but also to the stringent educational standards of a 7 p.m. time slot. These standards may have at first given series creator Glen Larson the idea to feature history-themed episodes as a way to provide some educational context. Instead, ABC interference probably led to the prominence of the use of the children, and several episodes were little more than trite morality plays about such things as pollution and racism. As a result, the finished product ended up being insulting to most audience members' intelligence, while alienating core fans of the series who found the new premise absurd. The poor quality of early episodes and declining ratings were probably the impetus for Larson to reintroduce the Cylon menace so soon. The ninth episode, "Space Croppers," features a Cylon attack that hearkens back to fond memories of the first season before denigrating into the usual Earthbound dreck this season was known for. Larson has subsequently stated his regret for this second season, and other than the finale "The Return of Starbuck," considered the episodes a waste of time. Given another chance at continuing the storyline, he said he would chalk up "1980" to a bad dream or a computer simulation, then continue the first season as if "1980" had never happened. The existence of "1980" was cited as one reason Ronald Moore chose a new version of BSG rather than a continuation. Even so, "1980" beat him to the punch with humanoid Cylons, featured in the two-parter "The Night the Cylons Landed." Like the new BSG, "1980" dealt with the evolution of the Cylon race.moreless
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    Chrome Shelled Regios

    Chrome Shelled Regios

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    Animax Entertainment (ended 2009)
    In the distant future, the world has become polluted leading to the emergence of monsters known as Pollutant Beasts. As such mankind has been forced to relocate itself to massive isolated mobile cities called Regios. In the Academy City of Zenri a mysterious boy named Leyfon Alseif enrolls to be a normal student. But after breaking up a fight between some very powerful Military Art's students he is transfered to the Military Art's Department himself. Here he meets Nina Antalk, the leader of the 17th Military Arts Unit. He reluctantly joins her squad. Alternative titles:
    Kōkaku no Regios
    Opening Themes:
    "Brave your truth" by Daisy x Daisy Ending Themes:
    "Yasashii Uso" by Chrome Shelled
    "Yasahii Uso w/z Felli Loss" by Chrome Shelled feat. Felli Loss
    "Yasahii Uso w/z Nina Antalk" by Chrome Shelled feat. Nina Antalk
    "Yasahii Uso w/z Leerin Marfes" by Chrome Shelled feat. Leerin Marfes
    "Ai no Zuellni" by Chrome Shelled
    "Ai no Zuellni w/z Mayshen Torinden" by Chrome Shelled feat. Mayshen Torinden
    "Ai no Zuellni w/z Leerin Marfes" by Chrome Shelled feat. Leerin Marfesmoreless
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    Space Dandy

    Space Dandy

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    Adult Swim
    Space Dandy is a galactic adventurer on the search for new alien species that he catalogs at a fair price. He is joined by his sidekicks, Meow the cat-like alien and QT the out-of-date robot assistant.moreless
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    The Dead Zone

    The Dead Zone

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    USA (ended 2007)
    Johnny Smith has been leading an idyllic small-town life. Employed as a science teacher, Johnny takes great pleasure in showing his young students the wonders of the natural world. He is also newly engaged to Sarah, a fellow teacher he's known since childhood, and is a good son to his widowed mother, who lives nearby. Johnny's life is nearly perfect... until a near-fatal car crash that leaves him in a deep coma. Six years later, Johnny finally regains consciousness and discovers that the life he once knew is gone. His mother has passed away, and Sarah has gone on to marry someone else - and the child she and her husband, the local sheriff, are now raising is Johnny's son. But Johnny himself is also not the same person he once was: he now finds himself in possession of amazing psychic powers which allow him to see into the lives of anyone he touches. Before he even leaves the hospital, he helps save the life of a nurse's daughter after having a miraculous vision, in which he sees the young girl trapped in the middle of a raging house fire. Now, as Johnny attempts to reacquaint himself with a life he has been away from for six long years, he must also begin a quest to come to terms with his new abilities - abilities that may turn out to be both a blessing and a curse. Helping Johnny make a fresh start are his physical trainer Bruce, who also becomes a close friend; his mother's minister, Gene Purdy, who sets up a trust fund for Johnny but may not be looking out for Johnny's best interests; and Sarah, who must find a way to make Johnny a part of her life again without risking her relationship with her husband and son. Based on characters from the novel, "The Dead Zone" by Stephen King.moreless
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    Paradox

    Paradox

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    BBC (ended 2009)
    If you saw the future would you change it? That is the dilemma facing Detective Inspector Rebecca Flint (Tamzin Outhwaite) and astrophysicist Dr. Christian King (Emun Elliott) who have seen the disastrous events awaiting the world, after they receive a mysterious transmission of images from space that show pictures of events lying 18 hours in the future.moreless
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    Caprica

    Caprica

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    Syfy (ended 2010)
    Set 58 years prior to the events of Battlestar Galactica (2003), this prequel will explore the lives of two families: the Graystones - including father Daniel, a computer genius, mother Amanda, a brilliant surgeon and their daughter, Zoe - and the Adamas, focusing on Joseph, a lawyer, Sam, his gangster brother, and Willie and Tamara, Joseph's children. The two families are on opposing sides of the decision to create the Cylons: intelligent robots that will one day rebel and nearly annihilate the residents of Caprica. Touted as "television's first science fiction family saga," Caprica is from Battlestar Galactica (2003) executive producers, Ronald D. Moore and David Eick. The show is produced by NBC Universal Television.moreless
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    Babylon 5: The Movies

    Babylon 5: The Movies

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    The WB
    Babylon 5: The Movies is a collection of six feature-length productions based on the popular Warner Bros. series Babylon 5. In the year 2257, the first crew arrives at the Babylon 5 space station. Earth has just barely survived a lengthy war with the technologically superior Minbari, who nearly bring the human race to extinction. The first movie ÒThe GatheringÓ (1993) is the pilot of the series and shows the arrival of the crew to the five-mile long space station. Babylon 5 is the neutral territory in outer space, a meeting place for the multitude of human and non-human inhabitants of the galaxy. This movie introduces the premise for Babylon 5, as well as introducing some, but not all, of the major characters, including Commander by Jeffrey Sinclair (Michael O'Hare) and Security Chief Michael Garibaldi (Jerry Doyle). The plot revolves around the attempted assassination of the Vorlorn ambassador Koch. The following five movies, all directed by show creator J. Michael Straczynski, include background stories of the Earth-Minbari war and adventures woven into the series chronology. The final film in the series, ÒA Call to Arms,Ó covers the story of a Drahk revenge attack on Earth and lays the groundwork for a new spaceship mission and the TV spinoff series ÒCrusade.Ómoreless
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    Comic Book Men

    Comic Book Men

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    AMC
    Go inside the world of a local comic book store, "Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash".
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    M.A.S.K.

    M.A.S.K.

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    (ended 1986)
    M.A.S.K., the cartoon, was brought to us by the people at DIC Enterprises, Inc. It aired between 1985 and 1988 as far as I know. I'm not too sure what time it was on at elsewhere, Recently, M.A.S.K. has been back on TV again in various places in Europe. If anyone has more precise information on M.A.S.K. airings in other places both past and present and any show info you have you can contribute it by going to the right page and pressing the button, please feel free to contribute what know. The cartoon focused mainly on the vehicles and characters from the original 1985 toy line. Later on, there were also some appearances from some 1986 vehicles. (Interestingly enough, I don't think they ever made a toy of Shark, a vehicle that was seen on the cartoon quite a bit...) The last season of the show apparently featured a racing theme to correspond with the racing series M.A.S.K. toys. I have seen most of these episodes however. From what I think, they were quite lame, mainly due to the fact that every single episode took place at a race track! Hit Counter Poll The 2 teams: M.A.S.K.: The Good guys, The Mobile Armored Strike Kommand. V.E.N.O.M.: The Bad Guys, The Vicious, Evil Network Of Mayhem. Theme Song: The M.A.S.K. Theme Song Masked Crusaders, Working overtime, Fighting crime, Fighting crime! Secret raiders, Who will visualise/neutralise, As soon as the arrive, (At the site) Trakker's gonna lead the mission, And Spectrum's got such superb vision, Mmm...Mask! It's the mighty power that will save the day, Mmm...Mask! No one know's what life's/lies behind this masquerade, Mmm...Mask! Always riding on V.E.N.O.M.'s trail, Come see the laser rays, Fire away! M.A.S.K. Agents: Matt Trakker: Team Leader Thunderhawk: Red Camaro/Fighter Jet Spectrum Mask that has various light and sonar capabilities. Rhino: Maroon Tractor Rig/Mobile Defense Unit with Detachable ATV. Ultra Flash Mask that fires beams of light. Volcano: Navy Blue All-Terrain Van/Hi-Rise Tracker Lava Shot Mask that shoots streams of hot lava. Bruce Sato: Mechanical Engineer and Design Specialist. Occupation: Toy Designer. Rhino: Maroon Tractor Rig/Mobile Defense Unit with Detachable ATV. Lifter Mask that can lift objects. Brad Turner: Expert Motorcycle and Helicopter Pilot. Occupation: Rock Musician. Condor: Green Motorcycle/One-Man Helicopter. Hocus Pocus Mask that generates holograms. Dusty Hayes: Auto and Marine Stunt Driver. Occupation: Works at a pizza parlor. Gator: Orange Jeep/Hydroplane. Backlash Mask that fires sonic blasts. Alex Sector: Computer and Communications Expert; Zoology Specialist. Occupation: Veterinarian/Owner of exotic pet store. Rhino: Maroon Tractor Rig/Mobile Defense Unit with Detachable ATV. Jackrabbit Mask that allows him to levitate. Hondo MacLean: Weapons Specialist and Field Strategist. Occupation: Teacher. Firecracker: Orange Pickup/Recon Truck with Dirt Bike Blaster Mask that fires laser beams . Hurricane:Aqua-blue '57 Chevy/Field Command Post Blaster II Mask that fires laser beams Buddy "Clutch" Hawks: Intelligence Expert and Master of Disguise Occupation: Mechanic at Boulder Hill Firecracker: Orange Pickup/Recon Truck with Dirt Bike Penetrator Mask that allows him to pass through walls and rock Gloria Baker: Champion Race Car Driver; Black Belt in Kung Fu; Former Student of Anthropology Occupation: Race Car Driver Shark: White Sports Car/Submarine Aura Mask that repels metal Julio Lopez: Occupation: Doctor Firefly: Orange Dune Buggy/Rocket Glider Streamer Mask that shoots glue. Ace Riker (Striker): Occupation: Former NASA Test Pilot Slingshot: White RV/Surveillance Unit with Sonic Jet Richochet Mask that shoots electronic boomerangs Calhoun Burns: Occupation: Architect Raven: Black Corvette/Seaplane Gulliver Mask that shrinks objects Jacques Lafleur: Occupation: Lumberjack Volcano: Navy Blue All-Terrain Van/Hi-Rise Tracker Maraj Mask that creates illusions Scott Trakker: Matt Trakker's son T-Bob: Robot/Motor scooter. The M.A.S.K. Petition: If You want M.A.S.K. back on the air again sign the petition here. Before You Contribute Please everyone, before you contribute please keep the following in mind: In Synopsis's please give the location. When using the words M.A.S.K. & V.E.N.O.M. please always use the upper case and be sure to put the periods after every letter, I don't like to keep putting them. When you use the words M.A.S.K. & V.E.N.O.M. Always remember to put a period after the last letter, this is a common mistake. Try to make all the synopsis's the same size like you did with the first one zarius. Have fun! Staff Faris Head Editor NOTE: I'm not needing another editor right now but I could use help with the episode synopsis's & the production Codes though. Please don't apply to be editor before asking me in the viewer comments section FIRST. Archive of M.A.S.K Videos. M.A.S.K is on Fox Kids at 2.30 am which shows yesterdays episodes and again at 3.30 am to show a new episode in case you dot already know!moreless
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    Blue Gender

    Blue Gender

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    Cartoon Network (ended 2003)
    First Aired: August 4, 2003 Last Aired: September 16, 2003 Episodes: 26 colored episodes, 1 movie Age Rating: Mature (May contain sex, drugs, and extreme graphic violence) Genres: Adventure, Drama, Horror, Mecha, Romance, Science Fiction
    Diagnosed with a rare terminal illness, Yuji Kaido was put into cold-sleep in the hope that someday a cure may be found. He receives a rude awakening when he is revived in the middle of a military operation to evacuate him out of the cold-sleep facility. The group is attacked by a giant bug-like creature which wrenches two members into a grotesque cocoon before it is killed by the powersuit escort. It seems like a nightmare, but it's very much a reality for Yuji. He discovers that his abductors are humans under their skull-like masks and that his powersuited rescuer is a young woman named Marlene Angel. Marlene explains that it is now the year 2031, meaning that Yuji was in cold-sleep for 22 years. In that time, a genetic experiment went awry and created giant bug-like creatures called Blue which have taken over the world. The soldiers' mission is to recover human genes from before the Blue cataclysm, namely genes from sleepers like Yuji, and transport them up to a space station called Second Earth, where the fortunate humans retreated. Things, of course, don't go smoothly as planned. The Blue spring a surprise attack on the orbital launch base before the humans are able to board the shuttle. Marlene and Yuji are able to escape with two team members, Robert and Joey, but the rest of the people at the base aren't as fortunate. The survivors start on a long trek to another orbital launch base, battling Blue almost every step of the way. Unsatisfied with being luggage, Yuji takes up training from the soldiers so that he's able to contribute to their fight for survival. Opening Song: "Tokihanate!" by Houko Kuwashima Ending Song: "Ai Ga Oshiete Kureta" by Houko Kuwashima
    FAQ: Will Blue Gender ever air again? Possibly not. Does Blue Gender air on any other stations? No.
    CHARACTERS
    Alicia Whistle: Height: 5'2" Weight: 116lbs Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Age: 16 Alicia is a high school aged Sleeper who was awakened on Second Earth. She is an active member of the Sleeper Brigade, and becomes immediately determined to be Yuji's battle field partner and girlfriend. As energetic and happy as a varsity cheerleader at first, but later succumbs to the power of the B-Cells, under Tony's command. Amick Hendar: Height: 5'7" Weight: 124lbs Hair: Dark Purple Eyes: Brown Age: 30 Amick is the chief of the Education Station and is responsible for the "re-education" of Marlene on Second Earth. Her methods are tough, but necessary to make strong, heartless soldiers out of her students. She later stands up in opposition to the decision of Seno and attempt to escape the space station altogether. Dice Quaid: Height: 5'9" Weight: 175lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Age: 30 Rugged, rough and war-headed, Dice has escaped the military and made a home for himself in a remote desert area. Dice catches Yuji and Marlene a hard time for her rigid, military ways. Yuji and Dice strike up a solid friendship and Dice explains how he still has some unfinished business with a tricky Blue. He later assists Marlene in finding Yugi and helps them make it to the Baikanour Space Base. Doug Vreiss: Height: 5'11" Weight: 175lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Age: 35 Director Doug Vreiss is the head of the Military Station. He does not like get along well with Amick, as she tends to challenge his authority. Doug does not agree with the teachings of "the Ark" and dangerously approaches Seno with his sentiments. Doug also acts as a mediator in Council inquiries. Joey Heald: Height: 6'1" Weight: 170lbs Hair: Blue Eyes: Blue Age: 18 Joey and Yuji become close friends soon after Yuji awakens from Cryogenic Sleep. Kind and friend, Joey does not come across as the soldier he was trained to be. Joey eventually trains Yuji to be an arm pilot of a Grapple class Armored Shrike. Young and Optimistic, Joey manages to maintain a positive attitude despite his bleak surroundings. Keith Bean: Height: 5'10" Weight: 179lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Age: 26 A fearless and efficient soldier, Keith is a valuable member of the Sleeper Recovery Team. He is a rowdy guy, whose reason for living is to kill Blue. Keith's skills are certain, but when pushed too far, there's no turning back. Marlene Angel: Height: 5'2" Weight: 117lbs Hair: Golden Blonde Eyes: Blue Age: 17 After being orphaned at the age of 10 when the Blue killed her parents, Marlene grew up training intensively and became an elite soldier. She is assigned to a Sleeper Recovery Team and is a top pilot of a sniper class Armored Shrike. Seeming heartless and cold, Marlene first views Yuji as nothing more than cargo. After awhile, Yuji begins to awaken feelings that have been dormant in her for many years. As Marlene's emotions begin to resurface, everything she believes begins to break down. Robert Bradley: Height: 5'10" Weight: 169lbs Hair: Yellow Eyes: Blue Age: 28 Robert is the commander of the Sleeper Recovery Team sent for Yuji Kaido. He is a capable leader and a man of few words; he focuses on the mission at hand. Robert is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice if it insures a successful mission. Seno Miyagi: Height: 6'0" Weight: 175lbs Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Age: 30 Seno is the Director of the Science Division of Second Earth. It is his insistence to the high council that Marlene "not be omitted" that permits Yuji and Marlene to remain together as partners on the battlefield. Though Seno discovers the link between the B-Cells and the sleepers and implements the experiment, he later learns that the High Council may be deceiving him and organizes "The Ark", an underground organization to stop the B-Cell experiments. Chief Councilman Victor: Height: 5'9" Weight: 170lbs Hair: Gray Eyes: Brown Age: 39 Victor is the very self-assured powerful head of the high council of Second Earth. He is a firm believer the Sleeper program and keeps the true Sleeper data to himself. He does not trust Seno and his friends and his methods. Yuji Kaido: Height: 6'2" Weight: 170lbs Hair: Burnt Orange Eyes: Brown Age: 17 (plus 22 years in cryogenic sleep) After being diagnosed with an incurable disease, Yuji Kaidou decides to be put in cryogenic sleep in hopes that an effective treatment will be developed soon. 2031, twenty two years later, Yuji wakes up to find the world overrun by a deadly new species known as "Blue". In 2009 Yuji worked in a worked in a gas station, rode his motorcycle and hung out with his friend Iakashi. But in 2031 everything Yuji knew has been destroyed by the Blue. He feels lost and alone in an unforgiving new world. For better or for worse, Yuji is guided by the only thing he can trust-his emtotions-as he attempts to gain control of his new life.
    TYPES OF BLUE:
    Chopper Rocket Bug Tank Beetle Tank Beetle 2 Land Whale Maneater Maneater 2 Spring Worm Double Boat Clincher
    TYPES OF SHRIKES:
    Sniper A.S. Grapple Double Edge Remodeled Grapple Bullseye Remodeled Bullseye Heavy Duty A.S. Bandit Sniper Attackermoreless
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    My Life as a Teenage Robot

    My Life as a Teenage Robot

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2009)
    While most kids think their own problems are the end of the world, there's one girl whose problems really are the end of the world. My Life as a Teenage Robot is the story of Jenny, a super-powered robot with a super-sensitive teenage heart. Her primary function is to protect the planet from certain disaster, but, like all teenagers, she has her own ideas about how she would like to live. Defending the Earth has become a mundane chore, and she would rather do more exciting things like go to high school and be allowed to drive the family car. My Life as a Teenage Robot, a spin-off from Nickelodeon's hit Oh Yeah! Cartoons (under the name My Neighbor Has A Teenage Robot), was created by Rob Renzetti and is executive produced by Renzetti and Fred Seibert. This show is the third of three spinoffs of Oh Yeah! Cartoons, the others being ChalkZone and Fairly OddParents. Characters: Global Robotic Response Unit XJ9, aka Jenny Wakeman - XJ9 is just like any other robot designed to defend the planet. She's powerful, confident, clever, brave...oh yeah, and she's gotta be home by 9! Jenny, as XJ9 likes to be called, is spunky, dramatic and prone to major mood swings (sound familiar?). She's also obsessed with pop stars, teen magazines and fitting in with the cool kids. Just like a regular teenager, right? Well, yeah...if regular teenagers were 6 feet tall and made of metal! XJ9's creator (a.k.a. mom) is constantly reminding her of her planetary responsibilities, but Jenny's tired of saving the world and just wants to hang out with her friends. What's a teenage robot to do? Bradley "Brad" Carbunkle - Brad is the boy next door. He's Jenny's closest neighbor and her best friend. Brad's not really interested in the stuff his friends at school are into, and wishes he were more like Jenny. He loves a good adventure and he's dying for a chance to explore the world outside high school. To Jenny, Brad's the reference point to all things "teenaged." He's the gatekeeper of "cool." Only Brad gets bored talking about all that lame teenager stuff and jumps at every chance to get in on Jenny's universe-saving superhero action. Guess the grass really IS greener on the other side of the fence... Tucker "Tuck" Carbunkle - Unlike his older brother Brad, Tuck is suspicious of the unknown and likes to be surrounded by familiar things and faces. He has a whole assortment of hidden fears and anxieties (let's just say he's not a fan of ferris wheels!) At first, Tuck was terrified of Jenny too, but after an unplanned tag-along on a meteor-blasting mission he's become her biggest fan. Well, next to Brad. Despite his fears, Tuck insists on going along on Jenny and Brad's adventures. Though being the typical trouble-making little brother he is, he usually ends up doing more damage than good. Mrs. Norene "Nora" Wakeman - Mrs. Wakeman had been struggling for years to rid the world of evil through the use of her inventions. And then, in a moment of brilliance, she created: XJ9 (a.k.a. Jenny). More mad scientist than understanding mom, Mrs. Wakeman can teach Jenny to battle almost anything that comes her way, but she's not so hot at talking about teenage stuff like clothes and boys. Mrs. Wakeman just doesn't get why Jenny would rather go to the fair than defend the Earth. But isn't having a mom who doesn't understand you, like, Rule #1 for being a teenager? Brittany and Tiffany Crust - Brit and Tiff sit securely on the top of the social hierarchy at school. Brit is the master of the putdown, and Tiff can intimidate anyone in school. All the world domination-plotting super-villians on the planet don't even come close to wielding the power these two cliqueish cousins hold in their hands, and no one is more aware of that than Jenny. But Jenny's arrival on the scene throws this tyranical twosome for a loop. Her physical power makes Tiff's intimidation impossible, and the curiosity she generates threatens Brit's center-of-attention status. Suddenly, Jenny is Brit and Tiff's public enemy number one! Unfortunately, the one thing Jenny's superpowers can't stop is her own desire to be popular! Sheldon Lee - Even though he knows he's pretty low down on the totem-poll of popularity, Sheldon is satisfied as a budding engineer and a comic book fan. And if that makes him a geek, so be it! He's quite content to spend his time perfecting mechanical projects and pouring over comics. Until he meets Jenny, that is. Jenny's the perfect combination of superhero and suped-up machine, and Sheldon falls for her-fast! He's constantly giving her gizmos and gadgets as gifts, but they never seem to do the trick. Alas, unfortunately for Sheldon, Jenny's fine with being his friend, but the thought of dating him hurts her brainwaves.moreless
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    The Zeta Project

    The Zeta Project

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    The WB (ended 2002)
    In this spin-off from Batman Beyond, Zeta is an experimental infiltration robot equipped with weaponry and a holographic self-projector that allows it to assume any identity. Unfortunately, his programming also evolves to the point where he acquires both sentience and a conscience. He flees the U.S. government, who believe he has been re-programmed by a foreign power. On the run, Zeta encounters Rosalie "Ro" Rowan, a street orphan who is wanted by the law herself. Initially fascinated by Zeta's criminal skills and the unlimited-cash untraceable credit card he has, she attaches herself to him. The two quickly form a real friendship, and set out across America to find both Roe's parents, and Zeta's creator who can prove that Zeta is acting of his own free will. The NSA, led by Agent Bennett, are in hot pursuit. Awards & Nominations: 2001 Annie Awards - Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music Score an Animated Television Production (Nominated) - Outstanding Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production (Nominated) 2003 Annie Awards - Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Television Production (Nominated) 2002 Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition (Nominated) 2003 Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition (Nominated) More Details Contributing & Forum Rulesmoreless
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    Painkiller Jane

    Painkiller Jane

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    Syfy (ended 2007)
    Kristanna Loken stars as Jane Vasco, a DEA agent who discovers that she has the ability to heal rapidly from any injury. She is recruited by a secret government agency that tracks down genetically enhanced individuals – Neuros.

    Painkiller Jane is based on the Event Comics series created by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada.moreless
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