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Earth Corps, a team of scientists specializing in subterranean exploration, would prefer to simply go about their work. However, this changes when a horde of monsters from below called Inhumanoids, collaborated by the evil human traitor, Blackthorne Shore, begin to attack the surface world. Against this threat, the team, and allied monster species they meet are forced to oppose them with whatever skills and equipment are useful.Written by
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I remember Inhumanoids when very young appearing in Greek television they were something different because they contained so many monsters.If one watches the child zones of today's private Greek channels he would be surprised by how monster-infested they are compared with the equivalent cartoons of my youth. The series which started the trend were Inhumanoids which with their memorable music giggle and many monsters, started this trend which now has become mainstream offering to Hellenic and universal(I imagine) youth its' monstrous fruit. Truly a trend-setter in Greece, although I suspect it was not much of a novelty in the English-speaking world from where it originated.
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