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John Rafter Lee,
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Philip L. Clarke
Jim was just your average Earthworm until he stumbled upon a supersuit that evolved him. It also gave him super-strength, and various gadgets. But the forces of evil (Psycrow, Professor Monkey-for-a-head, Queen Slug-for-a-butt) looms to in to take his super-suit. He now fights evil with his sidekick Peter Puppy (who has an Incredible Hulk complex) and his girl friend Princess What's-Her-Name. But does Jim have what it takes to save the world? And where does that cow keep coming from? Written by
My husband and I were just discussing how we wished that Earth Worm Jim was back on TV or could get the episodes on DVD. It would be a good addition to our animation collection. (We are cartoon fanatics) We have a 20 yr old son and he and his friends feel the same way. They enjoyed the video games also. There are too many cartoons that we can't even pronounce the names to.
If those shows can be put on DVD as soon as they hit the screen; let's give Jim the same respect! My son has the action figures from the TV series.
I especially liked his dog that had the split personality. Unforntunatley we haven't seen the movie, so that would be a yes on having it on DVD.
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