The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot

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The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot Fan Reviews (3)

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  • The BGY-11 robot, a.k.a. Big Guy, and Rusty are two mighty combat robots that protect the world from mutant monsters, alien invaders and deadly robots.

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    The BGY-11 robot, a.k.a. Big Guy, and Rusty are two mighty combat robots that protect the world from mutant monsters, alien invaders and deadly robots. Created by Frank Miller (Sin City) and Geoffrey Darrow, “The Big Guy and Rusty” was a short-lived animated series that premiered on Fox Kids in the fall of 1999. The animated series remained very faithful to the comic book. It’s patriotic, funny and loaded with action. The characters were the first thing that attracted me to the show. Though the world thinks that the Big Guy is a real robot, he is actually a man inside a battle-suit. Though unaware of the truth, Rusty idolizes the Big Guy and feels honored to work along side his hero. Their chemistry and dialogue are well developed, heartfelt and often humorous. The Big Guy delivered the show’s most memorable one-liners. Stephen Root (Office Space), Pamela Segall (King of the Hill) and Kathy Kinney (The Drew Carey Show) provide much of the show’s humor. The animation and action scenes are great. After 26 episodes, the animated series ended with a real cliffhanger that allowed the series to continue. Unfortunately, the series wasn’t picked up for another season.
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