The resistance attempts to attack Saurian leader Overlord Lord Dragaunus, but his and their spaceship end up in a wormhole that takes both ships to Earth. The alien ducks decide to live off of hockey...
A group of teens turned into mutant sharks on rollerblades, who battle the evil Dr. Paradigm and protect the Earth. Especially Fission City. Each member is a different kind of shark, and ... See full summary »
D. Kevin Williams,
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The Mighty Ducks, an intergalactic ice-hockey team from another dimension, are trapped on Earth during a fight against their arch- rival. With no way to get home, they build their headquarters under a defunct hockey rink, and the crowds soon return. In their spare time, they battle criminals wherever they find them, despite the Chief Of Police's distrust, and track down their nemesis. Written by
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I saw many animated shows as a kid, some I remembered vividly and constantly re-watched and some I loved, but forgot about until fairly recently. Mighty Ducks was one such show in regard to the latter. Revisiting it, I found everything to love about it than I did initially. I do wish though it had lasted longer, so that it was better resolved, for I think Mighty Ducks is a fun and underrated show. It had a good premise that was lived up to on the most part. It was well animated, with colourful backgrounds, fluid colours and shadings and good character features. The music was both memorable and fitting, the writing was funny- especially the fourth-wall humour- with a couple of deep and poignant moments and the story lines were swiftly-paced and exciting. The characters have great personality, the titular characters are always interesting and Lord Dragaunus especially is a bad-ass villain. The voice acting is solid throughout, Jeff Bennett and Jennifer Hale especially prove what talented voice actors they are, and Tim Curry's distinctive and menacing voice was ideal for Dragaunus. All in all, a great and underrated show. 9/10 Bethany Cox
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