A young crossbreed human and alien fights to keep both of his worlds from going to war. His father, an alien (Tyrusian) emperor and his mother, a human, are both missing, and the young man ... See full summary »
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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

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 David Carter 13 episodes, 1998
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 The Dragit 13 episodes, 1998
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 Philip Stark 13 episodes, 1998
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 Angie Romar 13 episodes, 1998
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 Major Lomack 13 episodes, 1998
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 General Gordon 13 episodes, 1998
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 Jim Bailey 13 episodes, 1998
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 Rita Carter / ... 11 episodes, 1998
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 Cale Oosha 9 episodes, 1998
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 Additional Voices 8 episodes, 1998
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 President McAllister 7 episodes, 1998
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 Additional Voices 6 episodes, 1998
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A young crossbreed human and alien fights to keep both of his worlds from going to war. His father, an alien (Tyrusian) emperor and his mother, a human, are both missing, and the young man (David) has to discover who his friends and enemies really are. Written by Scott Ward <fiveminutes@juno.com>

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8 June 1998 (USA)  »

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Invasão América  »

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Sometimes good, sometimes disappointing
9 August 2000 | by See all my reviews

Technically, Invasion America was fairly impressive. It appeared to be an attempt to translate Japanese animation techniques onto North American television. In that, it was relatively successful.

Unfortunately, the plot resembled something out of a B-movie. David is a young man with an alien heritage who discovers that his uncle is planning to invade America. During his quest, he finds a presidential fort WITHOUT a working fence, asteroids that hit the earth causing explosions only slightly larger than the rocks themselves, a character who can apparently read subtitles, and villains who conveniently speak in English to each other whenever an earthling is around.

If there hadn't been so much to laugh at, this would have truly been a groundbreaking series. Sadly, at best it is a curiosity.


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