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Claire, Luna, Martin and Philip are four "anti" super-heroes in their early twenties. Gifted with paranormal powers, they are the only ones who can rid humanity of the "Rifters", some ... See full summary »
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Lizz Alexander ...  Luna 26 episodes, 2004
Anne Bedian ...  Maria 26 episodes, 2004
Eramelinda Boquer Eramelinda Boquer 26 episodes, 2004
Dusan Dukic ...  Martin 26 episodes, 2004
Ilona Elkin ...  Claire 26 episodes, 2004
Sasha Roiz ...  Sven 26 episodes, 2004
Nicolas Wright ...  Phillip 26 episodes, 2004
Larry Day ...  Brodie 13 episodes, 2004
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Claire, Luna, Martin and Philip are four "anti" super-heroes in their early twenties. Gifted with paranormal powers, they are the only ones who can rid humanity of the "Rifters", some mysterious entities seeking control of human minds... Their fight will essentially take place in a strange parallel universe called the "Delta State". Written by Alphanim

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Animation | Sci-Fi

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France | Canada

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English

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January 2004 (France) See more »

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Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Each episode of the series was shot in live-action first, and then animated using the rotoscoping technique. It is the first animated television series to be entirely rotoscoped. See more »

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Intriguing animation, snappy dialog, and a mind-bending story.
5 February 2005 | by antiegoSee all my reviews

Delta State has all the makings of a cult classic. Visually, Delta State has no peers on television. The animators make clever use of computer-aided rotoscoping, creating characters and backgrounds that have both a fluid, analog feel, and the punctuation of modern effects. Unusual camera angles retain Delta State's comic-book roots, and add an almost cinematic feel to the show. Thematically, Delta State mixes the melodrama of it's 20-something protagonists with lurking psycho-mystical threats that are well suited to the unique animation. Although some early episodes threatened to repeat the same plot every week, the show quickly revealed an escalating enemy plan and relationships between the protagonists that will require many episodes to explore. And even at it's worst, the 'heroes settle their interpersonal crises when their paranormal powers are called upon' stock episodes are still very watchable thanks to the snappy dialog, good voice acting, and of course, sheer visual novelty.


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