When a group of four boarding school students discover a supercomputer housed inside an abandoned factory, they find a virtual world called Lyoko and awaken a sentient multi-agent system virus that tries to take over the real world.
Maxwell "Max" McGrath is thrown into a new life after moving with his mother to the small city of Copper Canyon. There he meets new friends, bullies, and super-villains hunting him down for... See full summary »
Lok and Sophie happen upon a journal left by Lok's father. The Organization, a group of evil Seekers, is after the book, and to survive they must join a group of good Seekers under master adventurer Dante and lone wolf Zhalia.
MARTIN MYSTERY is a dripping goo-fest of slime, thrills and comedy, starring Martin and Diana: two mismatched teenagers with hilariously opposite personalities on a mission to investigate ... See full summary »
It's a fantasy adventure with Bloom, Stella, Flora, Musa, Tecna & Aisha, the Winx Club! They use their magical powers to fight evil. The Winx Club takes girl power to new heights, with six ... See full summary »
Maria Jose Estevez
Eli Shane is determined to be the greatest Slugslinging hero of them all! Only by collecting, training and dueling with little critters called SLUGS can Eli and his team hope to defeat the ... See full summary »
At Alfea College, Stella, Aisha, Flora, Musa, and Tecna all graduate and become fairy guardians of their home planets. But, Bloom must watch graduation from the sidelines. The Winx try to save Bloom's parents and the planet.
This series has an interesting idea to bring the villain back from the dead. Its always a classic idea, that the villain returns seeking revenge against those that have wronged him. But here its done wrong. Xana basically lets our heroes know that he is back, and his attacks aren't that scary. All he does is just touch and grab, and that is somehow supposed to weaken people. That's not intimidating, like he was in the last series, where he could shoot bolts of lighting out of his hand whenever he possessed people. Now he moves slower than Frankenstein, and isn't scary. Furthermore, the CGI in the show may be better, but at the same time they look a lot more scarier than the previous series. A lot more detail was added to the characters, especially in their faces. But it makes them seem a lot more scary. Even the towers in this series look a lot like their from Tron, than the original series in which they look like actual towers.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this