99 youngsters from across the globe, 99 ancient Noor stones, 99 superpowers. Ramzi wants them to do good for mankind, but Rughal has other ideas.
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Andrew Barbosa ...
 Jaleel the Majestic 52 episodes, 2012
David Godfrey ...
 Blackwolf / ... 52 episodes, 2012
Matthew Gorman ...
 Fattah the Opener 52 episodes, 2012
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 Awang / ... 52 episodes, 2012
Lamont James ...
 Darr the Afflicter 52 episodes, 2012
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 Mumita the Destroyer 52 episodes, 2012
Sara-Clare Lajeunesse ...
 Noora the Light 52 episodes, 2012
Scott Lancastle ...
 Mindo / ... 52 episodes, 2012
Ashleigh Midanik ...
 Rafie the Lifter / ... 52 episodes, 2012
Sylvie Pamphile ...
Dave Pender ...
Kimberly Persona ...
 Batina the Hidden 52 episodes, 2012
Cole Promane ...
 Jami the Assembler 52 episodes, 2012
Trevhon Samuel ...
 Bari the Healer 52 episodes, 2012
Lisa Seward ...
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 Mujiba the Responder 52 episodes, 2012
Sasha White ...
 Aleem the All Knowing / ... 52 episodes, 2012
Jacob James ...
 Red Shroud / ... 27 episodes, 2012
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 Kyra Wiseman / ... 26 episodes
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 Jabbar the Powerful 26 episodes, 2012
Conrad Bailey ...
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 Raqib the Watcher 26 episodes, 2012
Erich Boehm ...
Steven Boleantu ...
Laura Caswell ...
 Christa Clahane 26 episodes, 2012
Danial Davies ...
 Hammerforce 26 episodes, 2012
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 Tom King 26 episodes, 2012
David Fenner ...
 Husam / ... 26 episodes, 2012
Alex Fiddes ...
David Findlay ...
 The Pathologist 26 episodes, 2012
Bruce Hayward ...
 Ramzi Razem 26 episodes, 2012
Vivian Hisey ...
Ty Kostyk ...
 Jianyu / ... 26 episodes, 2012
Danny MacDonald ...
Erica McMaster ...
 Ingrid Wirsig 26 episodes, 2012
Chelsea Oswald ...
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 Samda the Invulnerable 26 episodes, 2012
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 Razor's Edge 26 episodes, 2012
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Brian R. Sousa ...
Grant Tilley ...
Joseph Woods ...
 Baeth the Sender 26 episodes, 2012
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 Hadya the Guide 26 episodes, 2012
Eric Boehm ...
 Jeri Craden 26 episodes
Christa Clahone ...
 Hadya the Guide 26 episodes
Emily Coutts ...
 Mubdia the Creative Twins 26 episodes
Daniel Davis ...
 Hammerforce 26 episodes
Zena Driver ...
 Widad the Loving 26 episodes
Aaron Fisher ...
Bill Hunt ...
 Amanda Mountsford 26 episodes
Daniel James ...
 Razors Edge 26 episodes
Tim Keele ...
 The Guardian 26 episodes
Justin Krawczyk ...
 Rughal 26 episodes
Al Kussin ...
 The Pathologist 26 episodes
Victoria Lacquaniti ...
 Samda the Invulnerable 26 episodes
Brooke Mackay ...
 Posy 26 episodes
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 Raqib the Watcher 26 episodes
Nica Michaels ...
 Baqi the Everlasting 26 episodes
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 Mukit the Nourisher 26 episodes
Simon Miron ...
 Jabber the Powerful / ... 26 episodes
Darren Osborne ...
 Ramzi 26 episodes
John Palmieri ...
 Nestor Rios 26 episodes
Tanya Ritoul ...
 Mussawira the Organiser 26 episodes
Clara Scott ...
 Wassi the Vast 26 episodes
Braedon Soltys ...
 Mubdi the Creative Twins 26 episodes
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 Baeth the Sender 26 episodes
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 Hafiz the Preserver / ... 25 episodes
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 Wassi the Vast / ... 23 episodes, 2012
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99 youngsters from across the globe, 99 ancient Noor stones, 99 superpowers. Ramzi wants them to do good for mankind, but Rughal has other ideas.

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Could be better
2 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

I watched the first few episodes hoping this would get better. Sadly, it did not. I'm not too familiar with the comic but if they are as heavy-handed as this was then I won't be picking them up anytime soon.

The concept is a good one and the story is intriguing. It's just that it seems to be lost with the 10+ year-old computer animation and the lesson that needs to be learned with almost every scene change. I'm not joking here. It would be more subtle to beat you over the head with it..

Another missed opportunity were the jokes that just seemed to fall flat. Having the big guy is a tested formula for comic relief, but timing them better along with better delivery will help greatly.

Perhaps this was a trial effort and if so, great. These are not huge problems. This has the potential to be a great superhero franchise. All in all, it is a step in the right direction. It's neat having heroes with a different type of origin and not the run-of- the-mill alien/industrial accident. I hope to see a more polished version in the near future.


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