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A Lying Witch and a Warden 

When 14-year-old outcast Luz discovers a portal to a new world, she meets a witch named Eda, and a demon named King; in order to get home, Luz has to help them with a mission

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Stephen Sandoval

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Dana Terrace (story by), Rachel Vine (story by) | 10 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Sarah-Nicole Robles ... Luz (voice)
Wendie Malick ... Eda (voice)
Alex Hirsch ... King / Hooty (voice)
Elizabeth Grullon ... Camilia (voice)
Roger Craig Smith ... Warden Wrath (voice)
Keith Ferguson Keith Ferguson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Additional Voices (voice)
Arin Hanson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Eden Riegel ... Additional Voices (voice)
Dana Terrace Dana Terrace ... Additional Voices (voice)
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When 14-year-old outcast Luz discovers a portal to a new world, she meets a witch named Eda, and a demon named King; in order to get home, Luz has to help them with a mission

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10 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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A solid start to the show
15 January 2020 | by caseyjohnson-51253See all my reviews

Pros:

-Luz is very relatable as a protagonist. -Eda being a teacher of sorts works for this style of show. -The Boiling Isles has an incredibly varied landscape and creatures, meaning that there are plenty of stories that can be explored. -The ending, which both implies that Luz can go back at anytime, as well as the necessity that she will have to return and can't stay in the Boiling Isles forever. -Casting is very well-handled, particularly the guest star.

Cons: -Pacing is a bit stuffy at times. -Some underdeveloped characters (Foodfic girl is best character) -An over reliance on Alex Hirsch for humor (I get it, he likes to think he's funny, but sometimes dragging out his jokes can be draining).

Overall, a very good show.


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