In the year 3000, the planet Earth has become overrun by alien insects. A dangerous rift between man and nature has begun, and the new world government is helpless to stop these powerful ...
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In the year 3000, the planet Earth has become overrun by alien insects. A dangerous rift between man and nature has begun, and the new world government is helpless to stop these powerful creatures. Enter Dex Hamilton, alien entomologist and leader of a team of offbeat characters who are dedicated to keeping the Earth safe while preserving these bizarre insects in his unique sanctuary.Written by
Poor animation, but great characters, stories, and humor
Do you want a cartoon show with a fun premise, entertaining characters, interesting stories, and some great humor? Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist should fit the bill. It's obviously a rather obscure show, and only has twenty-six episodes (unfortunately, I haven't got around to watching them all yet - when I do, I'll probably revise this review a bit). But in my opinion, it's worth a watch.
The greatest flaw of this show is the animation, which is a combination of flash animation and 3D cell-shaded animation. The 3D cell-shaded animation is pretty good! The flash animation is...well..just extremely lazy, and not very good to look at. It's not bad enough to prevent the show as a whole from being enjoyable, though. The show at least tends to have good character designs, in my opinion.
I love the characters on this show - they're funny, likable, and all have interesting backstories and abilities. It also has a fun futuristic setting and lots of zany intergalactic insects.
Overall, a great cartoon for kids or just people who like kids' cartoons.
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