Long ago, the mystical civilization of Arkadia was one of the most advanced places on Earth, until the end of the world came and forced the land and it's people underground. After that great cataclysm, the Arkadians lived deep in the center of the Earth and created an artificial sun called the Shagma (Tera in the USA version), according to forgot their past on the surface in an attempt to erase their mistakes to start again. But one fateful day, so much years later, the Shagma began to fade out. In a desperate act, the children of this unusual civilization and their ship with a mind of it's own broke into to the secret museum, which was considered forbidden except for the creatures who are in charge of it, and reactivate the long-time ago deactivated museum's computers. Looking for save Shagma and Arkadia, they create a woman named Arkana who have feet, despite Arkadians, in order for traveling to outer world in a turtle-shaped ship with IA and named Shag-Shag (Tehrig in USA version)....
11 September 1986 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Spartakus and the Sun Beneath the Sea
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Bic and Bac
Aaaah, c'est shagmique!
In the final episode, the concept art is replaced by images of the main characters and the "Flashbic" song plays during the credits rather than the theme song. See more
Bob is known as Matt in US prints. Shagma is known as Thira in US prints. Shag-Shag is known as Terhig in US prints and Shaggies are known as Triggies in the US prints, because some of the distributors thought "Shag" sounded to close to the British slang of having sex. Maxagaze is known as Nasty Max in US prints. Seskapile is known as Sleazy-Phil, because Nickelodeon thought the original name sounded a little perverted. See more
Referenced in Chrono Trigger
Les Mondes Engloutis
(Opening song & Ending song Season 1)
Music by Vladimir Cosma
Lyrics by Nina Wolmark
Performed by Les Mini-Star See more