Mr. Moloch is a rich industrialist that wants to conquer the world. In order to do it he needs the help of an artificially created "humanoid". The humanoid is created by Dr. Maston; it's ... See full summary »
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 Mister Moloch / ... (5 episodes, 1996)
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 Lady MacBeth / ... (5 episodes, 1996)
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Mr. Moloch is a rich industrialist that wants to conquer the world. In order to do it he needs the help of an artificially created "humanoid". The humanoid is created by Dr. Maston; it's powers are almost infinite. However, project G.K.R. is stolen by Lady Macbeth and an intelligent dino named Noah. The thing is, G.e.e.K.e.R. hasn't been fully programmed yet and he doesn't know how to use his powers. Anyway, Mr. Moloch wants him badly and is willing to do whatever it takes to get the ever optimistic Geeker... Written by Marc-André Deschênes <m-a.deschenes@usa.net>

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Geeker: I've got an idea for a story about a guy in a yellow jumpsuit who's allergic to floors.
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Referenced in The Fifth Element (1997) See more »

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Written by Terry Taylor
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One of the true classics
25 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

There are a few cartoons which this one reminds me of in terms of style of humour: these ranged from Earthworm Jim, to Sam & Max, to Samurai Pizza Cats.

The style of the show was one of rampant randominity and chaos, where things happened for no apparent reason, but made sense in a very strange, disturbing sort of method if you warped logic enough so that they 'kind of make sense but it'll give you a headache to think about it' type idea.

G.e.e.K.e.R. himself was the highlight of this however; originally he was designed to be a superhuman, capable of super powers which would make superman look normal. Thing was... he was defective. He was stolen before his brain was added, and the entire series is based upon the concept that he has incredible powers, which manifest seemingly at random and he has no clue how to control these. Which tends to lead to the most bizarre of situations in all episodes, save one which won't be explained as it's too large of a plot point.

Simple fact is GeeKeR was one of the few truly great cartoons, was under-recognized and well worth watching, especially to those whom fall into the category of being highly intelligent, though possibly slightly insane.


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