K and J head off to a distant planet with help of a special MIB secure space rocket, to negotiate with a group of space terrorists who are set on destroying the world. However, when they ... See full summary »
For over one hundred years The Andromeda Galaxy has been under the tyrannical rule of Lord Xantar and his evil minions. Thousands of civilizations have had their freedom ripped away by his ... See full summary »
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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Agent Alpha, Agent K's nemesis and former mentor, was named after the first letter of the Greek alphabet. All the other MiB agents are named after letters of the English alphabet. 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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All the episodes have the word "syndrome" in them. See more »
"Men in Black: The Series" really was a good series. I used to watch it after "Batman Beyond" on Kids WB Saturday mornings. I am HUGE fan of the Men In Black movies and I think "Men in Black: The Series" was a good continuation to the movies.
My favorite characters were the worms. They were cute, funny, and original. I also thought Agents Jay, Kay and Elle were pretty cool. My favorite episodes, and some I even have on video, are: "The Black Christmas Syndrome", "The Jack O'Lantern Syndrome", "The Lost Continent Syndrome", and "The Big Bad Bug Syndrome".
I really enjoyed this show and I give 9/10 stars!
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