When King Kong fell to his tragic death off the Empire State Building, there was a young scientist Dr. Lorna Jenkins who cloned him and took him back to Kong Island so he could finally be ... See full summary »
The show starts when the previous golden dragon has passed on to the afterlife and Ang and Ling Leung, fifteen-year-old fraternal twins are next in line for the Golden Dragon power band. ... See full summary »
During WWII, a human heart taken from a certain lab in Europe (Dr. Frankenstein's) is kept in a Japanese lab, when it gets exposed to the radiation of the bombing of Hiroshima. The heart ... See full summary »
A newly discovered 36-foot gorilla escapes from a freighter off the coast of Korea. At the same time an American actress is filming a movie in the country. Chaos ensues as the ape kidnaps her and rampages through Seoul.
King Kong is brought in by an evil ruler to dig for precious gems in a mine when the robot MechaKong is unable to do the task. This leads to the machine and the real Kong engaging in a tremendous battle that threatens to level Japan.
In ancient Egypt, an evil sorcerer named Scarab, kills the pharaoh's son, Prince Rapses, so he can become immortal. Entombed alive for his crime, Scarab revives in the modern world and ... See full summary »
When a rare species of butterfly is found in a mysterious valley in Japan, a pair of entomologists go to investigate and find more. However, when they get there they find an uncharted lake ... See full summary »
When King Kong fell to his tragic death off the Empire State Building, there was a young scientist Dr. Lorna Jenkins who cloned him and took him back to Kong Island so he could finally be protected again from the world. Eighteen years later her grandson Jason and friend Tan bring their teacher to the island to show him the paradise and of course Kong. But their teacher Ramon De La Porta has other plans, he steals the island's Primal Stones which control the balance of the island and make sure the imprisoned god Chyros does not escape. So now to restore balance to the island Jason, Tan, a shaman girl named Lua and of course Kong must journey around the world to retrieve the stones and stop De La Porta once and for all. Written by
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Kong has to represent one of the lowest points in cartoons for children. The characters are less than moronic. One guy always talks like a Valley Girl or Surfer Boy and he makes Hoss from Bonanza seem like Sir Isaac Newton. The Kong gorilla is never in the right scale. Sometimes it is about seventy feet tall, other times it is about thirty feet tall in comparison to the other characters.
The messages or lessons are heavy handed and very obvious. This show must have been written for children in Special Education classes. No disrespect meant, but there is nothing subtle or surprising or new. The show plods along towards the obvious resolutions of every problem, and the bad guys are totally despicable, and everything is a matter of black and white.
Another disturbing factor is the frequent use of violence to solve problems. Since this is a show about a Gorilla, and one of the main characters (Surfer Dude) is basically another Ape, there is not much thinking that goes into problem solving. It is all about catching the bad guys and stomping their evil machines and weapons. The only good thing about this series is that it was quickly canceled.
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