When a group of four boarding school students discover a supercomputer housed inside an abandoned factory, they find a virtual world called Lyoko and awaken a sentient multi-agent system virus that tries to take over the real world.
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"Code Lyoko" tells the story of a group of students who uncover a parallel universe called Lyoko inside a super-computer that is threatened by a renegade program named XANA that could destroy the world. It's up to four boarding-school students named Jeremy, Yumi, Ulrich, and Odd to help a humanoid being inside Lyoko named Aelita to stop the rogue program XANA and his plans to attack their world. Jeremy, who is in love with Aelita, struggles through season 1 to find a way to "materialize" Aelita, so she can become human by exiting the scanners that connect Odd, Ulrich, and Yumi to Lyoko. If Jeremy accomplishes this, he will be able to shut down Lyoko and defeat XANA. We witness Jeremy finally materializes Aelita, and accomplish his dream. The group deactivate Lyoko, but XANA apparently infected Aelita with a virus before she was materialized so that if XANA goes, she does too! In the beginning of season 2, we witness the dawn of new technology. Jeremy programs vehicles into Lyoko for ...Written by
Aelita's eyes are green. The eyes of all the other characters are black. Also, in the second season, Aelita's eyes are black while not in LYOKO. See more »
The number of skateboards and the presence/absence of Jeremy's scooter at the school end of the sewer often conflicts with the number of team members already at the factory. One of the worst examples is in Episode 6: "Cruel Dilemma". Jeremy calls Yumi while riding his scooter toward the factory but later, when Odd arrives at the school end of the sewer, Jeremy's scooter is still there with all the skateboards. See more »
Personally, I love the animation series. Although most are critical to the show, I believe it is better than most I've seen.
First off, the personalities are great. They seem like everyday kids...unless you dig deeper into their secret lives of heroes... But most say the animation is horrible. I think the huge foreheads are better than having CD-ROM shaped eyes, such as most shows(I do consider this anime/cartoon)
The eyes are normal shaped!
The dubbing is bad, I must admit, but it got a whole of a better within season two, mostly now that it is, supposedly, receiving help from American artists.
Children of all ages can watch it, making it a hit with adults with younger children, as some say.
Also, the plot is very attracting to many people. It has an interesting writing style, and plot line.
No one has yet to create such mixture of strangeness and creativeness. To my friends and I, anyways.
Also, it has been able to forage a DVD, in which cases people would say it has many a fan; it does!
There are plenty of fans, most of which have proved they like the show and are not afraid to say they do.
With more help and merchandising on the way, it'll turn into a better show.
Overall, the show is awesome and an attention grabber for life!
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