A skateboarder, Oren, off in a Dystopia world, discovers he is the scion of the Greek god Zephyrus and must come to terms with his new found powers to stop a Gothicized secret society hell-bent on prophesying Hades.
John McClane travels to Russia to help out his seemingly wayward son, Jack, only to discover that Jack is a CIA operative working undercover, causing the father and son to team up against underworld forces.
Dylan is a fun-loving skateboarding teen. His older brother is the star quarterback of the football team. Jermaine is a biracial, highly academic teen who wants to go to Harvard. Ash is new... See full summary »
Shedrack Anderson III
"SK8" often uses a unique visual style that effectively conveys a spirit of youth and a sense of motion.
The plots (which include running out of free areas to skate, the ups and downs of shop business, projects centered around the activity, etc.) are usually written in an entertaining enough fashion, with humorous, catchy dialogue that tends to avoid the overly obnoxious route.
Plot isn't the only focus of course. The way the issues at hand affect friendships and personal character is also covered, with subtle (which are often the best kind) hints of romance possibly thrown in as well.
Overall, "SK8" doesn't try to be anything but a somewhat different, entertaining kind of show. That's what it is. No more--and no less.
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