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I have had a fascinations with insects, robots, monsters, and drawing and this season was the perfect marriage of those things. I only saw this season but is was good enough. I liked how the heroes were able to think and use their powers outside of battle creatively, especially with their "Bug-out" power which transforms them into insects. The armor, weapons, vehicles and monsters were very cool, especially head villain Nukus (played with utter glee by Christopher Cho). Do I have a favorite Beetleborg? No! One particular episode with a Piranha monster proved that. Why did I give this show an 8? It was good mindless relief for a time and the other factor was that the show ended rather abruptly due to lack of stock footage. Otherwise it was a good, less violent and equally enjoyable experience.
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