When the fearless foursome - Justin, Nate, Rickie and Jubei - land on a remote planet in search of their lost Boom Carts, they encounter "the brave Commander Blurp" who agrees to assist them. It soon...
A young girl buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that inside the collectible lives a malicious ancient spirit. The girl's father teams with his ex-wife to find a way to end the curse upon their child.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
I am not surprised this show was canned after 4 episodes, but what does surprise me is that this show was even made in the first place....
The first problem with this show is the title. Da boom crew? wow, do the creators seriously think that spelling 'the' as 'da' is cool and hip? it just comes across as stupid and ignorant. it gives you an idea how bad a show is going to be when you see bad grammar in the title.
the next problem are the characters. all of them are unlikeable, even the villains, and most of them are racial stereotypes. it makes it even worse when the 4 main kids of the show keep using annoying slang words just to sound cool and 'gangsta', when actually it just makes them unbearable to listen to, and hard to root for.
the animation and artwork are both ugly to look at... even the soundtrack is just lame... that's all.
overall this show is an embarrassment and should never have been created. whoever was dumb enough to think it was a good idea to green light this should be ashamed... avoid this show like the plague.
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