When two comic book fanboys stumble upon a hospital for superheroes, they both end up landing jobs and together, along with their new friend/also superhero Skylar Storm, they'll help one ... See full summary »
Chase and Davenport create a new power source and unveil it to the world. Meanwhile, Kaz and Oliver travel to the Bionic Academy in hopes of Kaz finally obtaining powers. Chase gets injured and Kaz ...
When two comic book fanboys stumble upon a hospital for superheroes, they both end up landing jobs and together, along with their new friend/also superhero Skylar Storm, they'll help one superhero at a time, while of course along the way getting into situations that are a little over their heads. Written by
When i see Mighty Med i feel like i want to throw a brick to my head. When i first saw the first episode, i thought the show was going to be OK. But, I WAS WRONG. As i saw more & More episodes, the more, the more i hated it. I feel like this show just needs some better actors & better Script writers. Some of the cast members such as the guy who plays Gus don't even know how to act. They don't seem to try at acting. Plus, some of the jokes are just plain stupid. I never thought a guy who says," I loves bridges!" would be so funny. I was honestly a good fan of Bradley Steven Perry on Good Luck Charlie & Jake Short on A.N.T Farm, but they just are horrible on Mighty Med. The show is only good for kids from 6-9 but i bet even some of those kids don't like it! The only thing i like about the show is the two twins Jason Sklar & Randy Sklar. (otherwise, Clyde & Wallace). They actually do try in this series. So i will recommend you to watch something else on Disney XD.
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