Plasmo is a two and a half year old space orphan. He lives on the uncharted world of Pynco, with his friends Parsty and Niknik. There are no adults on this planet. Plasmo has no idea who, ...
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Plasmo is a two and a half year old space orphan. He lives on the uncharted world of Pynco, with his friends Parsty and Niknik. There are no adults on this planet. Plasmo has no idea who, or where his parents are. He was just an egg when the Intergalactic Space Hatchery he was traveling in, crashed into this uninhabited world. When would-be space adventurers Brucho and Coredor stumble upon the planet, their greed and bumbling provides an opportunity for Plasmo and his friends to leave Pynco and begin their discovery of the wider universe around them.
Having Rediscovered This Series, It Is Pretty Colourful And Imaginative Stuff.
This may be kid's stuff in the broader sense, but Plasmo is like if Aussie filmmakers wanted to make an out-of-body experience borrowing from things like Star Wars and some of the production design of Red Dwarf, but applied to an animated series.
I saw the series YEARS ago when it first aired in the late 90s, and it's still got a very special place in my heart. It's sci-fi for kids but a visual treat that is creative, funny and memorable for the viewers.
I've been trying hard, desperately, to see if there's a DVD of the series on the internet, but I can't find one. IT may not seem like it, but introduce this show to kids in this generation they're sure to find something enjoyable considering it's catered to the same audience that loves space-opera. This is space-opera for pint-sized-geeks who will grow and blossom into people with better understanding of the most complex things in life.
Sci-fi I think generally encourages a broader sense of thinking in life, and this series is a good start for kids who want to enjoy sci-fi, but need a simpler introduction.
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