Monsuno (2011– )

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A group of young friends find monster DNA.

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Series cast summary:
 Jinja (26 episodes, 2011-2012)
 Chase / ... (12 episodes, 2011-2012)
Christopher Smith ...
 Bren (12 episodes, 2011-2012)


The series revolves around re-awakened Monster DNA, called Monsuno, that finds its way into the unsuspecting hands of adventure-seeking teenagers Chase, Jinja, and Bren. Accompanied by their Monsuno, Lock, Charger, and Quickforce, they are searching for Chase's father Jeredy Suno, the creator of the Monsuno. They are soon joined by Beyal, a monk from the Himalayas along with his Monsuno Glowblade. Beyal often speaks of five people that with the help of their Monsuno, could change the world. It just so happens that they are that five, along with Dax, a teenager who along with his Monsuno Airswitch, opposes the team and is disliked among most people. The team has yet to befriend him and persuade him to join their cause. They are also on the run from an agency called "S.T.O.R.M." (Strategic Tactical Operatives for Recovery of Monsuno) who's plans are still in question. Written by Producer

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Typical American cartoon trying too hard to be like Japanese anime
28 April 2013 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

Upon switching channels, I came upon Monsuno.

Japanese anime has a quality. Mouth movements, body language, action scenes, etc.

This shows that the creators are anime fans and try to draw like Japanese people but lack the quality. Looks too cheap and try-hard.

Couldn't stand watching it. Americans need to stay with American style cartoons. Never will they ever get close to the quality Japanese people create. Same with 3D animation.

Story, action scenes, speaking, special effects look like crap in Monsuno. Not worth my time.

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