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An animated series based on the popular movie of the same name. Jay, Kay and Elle are back as the men (and women) in black, a top-secret organization set up to deal with extraterrestrial immigration and keep the general public from knowing that aliens have arrived on Earth. Written by
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Amblin Entertainment, the production company that made the film, didn't work on the series as Steven Spielberg was working with Dreamworks Television on Invasion America (1998), a relatively similar show. See more »
Arquillians are peaceful by nature, Slick. They may have powerful technology, but they would never use it for violence. Some of history's most prominent peaceful figures were Arquillians: Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lennon...
Whoah! John Lennon was an alien?!
So, what was Ringo?
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The opening credits have J and K step out of a white door into a black background. The door becomes the "I" in the "MIB" logo of the series title. See more »
An animated series based on the popular movie of the same name. Jay, Kay and Elle are back as the men in black, a top-secret organization set up to deal with extraterrestrial immigration and keep the general public from knowing that aliens have arrived on Earth. Being an avid cartoon fan, I must admit I really enjoyed "Men in black: The TV series". Voice acting was very good and the alien creatures and various monster featured on the show were awesome. While I will admit the show has it's share of plot holes and flaws (i.e. how K is back despite the fact he was neuralized at the end of the men in black film) but I still really enjoyed watching this show and thought the characters and villians were really cool. Mindless, not question there, but still make an adequate time waster. My rating for "Men in black: The series"--8/10.
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