Bolts and Blip are two oddball best friend Civi-bots living on the Moon in a culture dominated by cool and athletic Battle-bots who play in the coveted Lunar League of Robotic Sports. When ... See full summary »

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 Sae Dee (26 episodes, 2010)
Glenn Coulson ...
 Tigrr Jaxxson (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Dee Dee (26 episodes, 2010)
Richard Fitzpatrick ...
 Spin (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Dr. Blood (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Coach Gridiron (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Klank Lockton (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Welder (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Bolts (26 episodes, 2010)
Matt Murray ...
 Blip (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Olga (26 episodes, 2010)
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 Ratch 8 (26 episodes, 2010)
Jonathan Wilson ...
 Steve (26 episodes, 2010)
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Bolts and Blip are two oddball best friend Civi-bots living on the Moon in a culture dominated by cool and athletic Battle-bots who play in the coveted Lunar League of Robotic Sports. When Bolts and Blip suddenly get drafted on to the last placed Thunderbolts team, the duo, along with their new found friends, has to match wits with the likes of The Iron Maidens, The Tread Heads, and the unstoppable Galaxy All-Stars, all while trying to fit in and make names for themselves in their new world. Written by Thom Chapman

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Lock n' Load for Fun & set your Sites on Adventure


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Great show, deserves more credit
12 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Wow, just wow. This show is great. Look, the title doesn't show much, but the story, WAY batter than Cartoon Network's crap. It's about this guy named Blip who wanted to become a Battle-Bot. Then this scrawny robot, along with his best friend named Bolts were accidentally drafted?

I thought they forced the guys to let them sign up! Then the story goes deeper. A guy named Dr. Blood was a former good scientist and now he wants to conquer the galaxy using this 'black box'. (The black box is a hard drive that contains all the data of every robot.)

Blip then finds out he has a hidden power (which i thought was cool) and uses it to beat up strong opponents. Suddenly, Bolts gets turned evil by Blood (who was actually his creator) and Blip has to stop him. I am not going to reveal the ending because I don't want to give out TOO MUCH spoilers.

Anyways, this scrawny bot has a special power that buffs him up? Who would have expected that? But the part that sucks is that there is only twenty-six episodes. And that's pretty quick if you ask me. The series should have lasted longer, like, say a hundred episodes. Also, they sometimes scramble the name Lunar City with Crater city or Robot City (which is the city from the 'robots' movie). It's a shame. But despite all that, I LOVE THE SHOW! YOU SHOULD WATCH IT TOO!


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