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Code Lyoko Evolution 

A sequel to the original 2003 series when the famous bandit of secret heroes we know are back and fighting the evil computer virus XANA in the live action sequel.
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Series cast summary:
Léonie Berthonnaud Léonie Berthonnaud ...  Aelita Schaeffer 26 episodes, 2013
Marin Lafitte Marin Lafitte ...  Jérémie Belpois 26 episodes, 2013
Quentin Merabet Quentin Merabet ...  Ulrich Stern 26 episodes, 2013
Gulliver Bevernaege-Benhadj Gulliver Bevernaege-Benhadj ...  Odd Della Robbia 26 episodes, 2013
Mélanie Tran Mélanie Tran ...  Yumi Ishiyama 26 episodes, 2013
Diego Mestanza Diego Mestanza ...  William Dunbar 26 episodes, 2013
Bastien Thelliez Bastien Thelliez ...  Jim Moralès 26 episodes, 2013
Pauline Serieys Pauline Serieys ...  Laura Gauthier 23 episodes, 2013
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A sequel to the original 2003 series when the famous bandit of secret heroes we know are back and fighting the evil computer virus XANA in the live action sequel.

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France

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French

Release Date:

5 January 2013 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Código Lyoko evolución See more »

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EUR6,500,000 (estimated)
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Moonscoop See more »
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Aelita was a computer in the original series until she was freed by Jeremy. See more »

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Follows Code Lyoko (2003) See more »

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What a way to destroy a classic
20 January 2017 | by alexholt-49430See all my reviews

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.


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