In the future, humanity has been beset by a horde of alien invaders. And there's no harm in that. Although it gets a lot of bashing from 'otakus' anime fans because of the similarities with anime for art work, I have to ask. Kiva, having caught up to him, is dismayed to learn that it has been remodeled, its head replaced by a classic muscle car, its controls integrated with video game controllers, making her new and unfortunate ally, Coop, the only one capable of piloting the Megas. Really liked the concept of the show, and how did it end up into the writing? It was the most popular among viewers, and was greenlit as a series.
I'll admit am not a person whose into mecha cartoons. And speaking of unsuspecting twists, a lot of them came out as funny because they're ironic. Coop, Jamie, Kiva, and Goat play keepaway on the freeway with cars and a scooter, destroying some Glorft mechs in the process. But the makers take this and use this basic parody to parody pretty much every cliché in the genre and some other genres with a gusto that is just plain fun to watch! What most of these action cartoons have in common like the French cartoon Code Lyoko and the 2001 cartoon Totally Spies! Well finally comes mecha cartoon thats purely about saving the world. The main character, Coop, is a slacker living in his mom's basement, who happens upon a discarded giant robot in his local junkyard. He quickly supes it up, with flame tracks, game controls and a shiny red paintjob for the car he uses as the Mecha's cockpit. Tudo mesmo, ele não se importa em destruir propriedades, colocar vidas em risco, explodir planetas, etc.
E um dos responsáveis por ótimos momento de descontração no desenho. Now Coop must pilot the robot and defeat the Glorbs to save the future. Curtain up on present day. Of course they did their share of damage to the planet but it was fun to watch. Which what make the show so fun.
There's 2 more and they're from the 2 guys who made Cartoon Network a household name. But anyways, this has the charm it has to become fantastic with the clever depth taking up most of the mecha robot concept that develops into an awesome story with many twists inside, generic but effective animation and lovable characters that are surprisingly funny and relatable. And let's face it, if we're watching this show, there's a little gamer in all of us. I still can't figure out why there was only 2 seasons. A very,very funny cartoon and has a surprising amount of substance.
So if you love this show tell cartoon network and others that could bring this how back that we want this show to return. But as generic as the quality is with the normal colors of real life, it did try to look appealing. It also has a very good theme song. Absurdity is the key to humor these days, at least for me. Characters such as Coop don't irritate me because his stories are not only relatable, but it's also pretty funny as well. Why do I love this show? Not to mention the total lack of continuity in Megas' abilities. With their next target being Earth, a human girl named Kiva steals the robot and sends it back in time.
In one episode, Coop has to get a new driver's license because his old one expired. The premise of this sounds just like any 'giant robot' or cartoon sf show - battle robot needed to save the future world, agent sent back to retrieve it from the past to which its been banished. But I sure ain't no bad guy! But I watched it and couldn't stop laughing. The Glorft detect the shutdown and seeing their chance to attack. As literal cavalry music plays all the entrants to the car show arrive over the horizon which trip up some remaining mechs. And I absolutely treasure it, it's rating being in my top ten shows I need to watch after a long hard day at work.
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The description is often creative for non-Glorft villains such as multiplying whenever the antagonist is defeated. Take all that and you got depth where the characters are given depth throughout the series as they explain what things they do in different times, which can help us learn about the difference between the present people and future people. Why oh why did they cancel it?! No, not even in scheduling or anything related to scorecards. Look forward to each episode. There's 9 blessed episodes overall and just 3 episodes at most good, one of which is an ample.