Zeke is an artist that has a pad that allows his drawings to come to life and makes every day an artistic adventure.






2009   2008   Unknown  


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Tim Hamaguchi ...
 Chester / ... 19 episodes, 2008-2009


Zeke is an artist that has a pad that allows his drawings to come to life and makes every day an artistic adventure.

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26 December 2008 (Australia)  »

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Hekker Zek  »

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Painfully Mediocre.
11 January 2017 | by (Ridgefield, Washington) – See all my reviews

You know how when you first watch something you immediately get a feeling about it? When i first saw this show...i had only one thought. Meh. When i started watching, i thought the show would be similar to Johnny Test (Both shows feature a skateboarding pre-teen protagonist, and both have characters who have some incredible invention that they use unwisely.) But...compared to this...Johnny Test looks like a masterpiece! Not that Zeke's Pad is a bad show, but it's incredibly mediocre. So Mediocre that it's difficult to come up with genuine complaints! But i have found a few nevertheless 1. Zeke is a very unlikable little s**t 2. Most of the episodes are incredibly uninteresting 3. Zeke's best friend, and a few other characters, are really annoying (the mother in particular) 4. Zeke's Pad just seems to work whenever it wants to, and most of the plots could be avoided by just choosing words more correctly. 5. The theme song, while not really irritating, is just very generic 6. EVERY.EPISODE.TITLE.IS.A.PUN So while i'm not trying to offend fans of the show (which, if you're wondering, yes, this show has fans) i really can't recommend this show, and watching it makes me want to ACTUALLY watch Johnny Test!

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