'KaBlam!' is a comedic animation anthology show, hosted by the (also animated) Henry and June. Regularly appearing toons are 'Sniz and Fondue' (two hyperactive preadolescent wombat thingies... See full summary »
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 Henry / ... (48 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 June / ... (48 episodes, 1996-2000)
Bert Pence ...
 Announcer (segment "Henry & June") / ... (44 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 (segment "Action League Now!") / ... (43 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 (segment "Action League Now!") / ... (43 episodes, 1996-2000)
Cris Winter ...
 (segment "Action League Now!") (42 episodes, 1996-2000)
Collin M. McGee ...
 (segment "Action League Now!") / ... (40 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 (segment "Sniz & Fondue") / ... (20 episodes, 1996-1998)
Oscar Riba ...
 (segment "Sniz & Fondue") / ... (20 episodes, 1996-1998)
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'KaBlam!' is a comedic animation anthology show, hosted by the (also animated) Henry and June. Regularly appearing toons are 'Sniz and Fondue' (two hyperactive preadolescent wombat thingies), 'Action League Now!' (the adventures of a bunch of stop-animated toys), 'Life with Loopy' (a boy tells tall tales about his eccentric sister Loopy), and 'Prometheus and Bob' (claymation stories about alien Prometheus' attempts to educate cave-man Bob). Written by Mike Konczewski

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In the "Action League Now" episode entitled "Tune Up Of Terror" (inside the one where the crazy fan named Ryan won a contest to spend the whole day with Henry and June) Meltman shows his new drivers license. The name says 'Barry Meltman' Hair: ? Eyes: ? See more »

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Featured in Familiar Faces: Familiar Faces #49: The Sizzagee (2011) See more »

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Everything You Said Has Been a Lie
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Music by The Toasters
[Credits theme for seasons 2-4.]
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Ka-Blam-Tasitc!
30 April 2004 | by (Buffalo, NY) – See all my reviews

KaBLaM! was what is known as the first anthology Nicktoon. It featured a weekly set of regular cartoons hosted by "comic book" characters (Henry & June). It explored the different mediums of animation. This anthology formula was crucial at the time for increasing demands of Nickelodeon to pump out more new Nicktoons each year.

The original regulars were Sniz & Fondue (which utilized traditional animation), Action League Now! (chuckamation), Life with Loopy (puppet/stop-motion animation), and Prometheus & Bob (claymation). Later on, the show added The OffBeats, (traditional animation), and several other shows.

This show was good for the most part. The Henry & June hotsing segments were cool. The later regulars (Jet Cat, Patch Head, and Racer Rabbit) and most of the miscellanys were quite boring. The best of the KaBLaM! cartoons were Sniz & Fondue and Prometheus & Bob.

By 2000, Nick phased out of KaBLaM!, as more time was devoted to another anthology series, Oh Yeah! Cartoons. That show turned out to be more successful for Nick's anthology formula, which gave birth to several spin-offs (The Fairly OddParents, ChalkZone, and My Life as a Teenage Robot). The only real KaBLaM! spin-off made was with Action League Now!, but it was actually better off as a segmented cartoon than an independent series.

But KaBLaM! was still pretty good in its own right. Nowadays, repeats can be seen constantly on Nicktoons TV (via digital cable).


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