Max Taylor is the son of paleontologist Dr. Spike Taylor and is a fan of dinosaurs. Upon falling out of bed one morning, he sees something crashing into the woods. With his friends/fellow ... See full summary »
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Matt Hoverman ...  Additional Voices 79 episodes, 2007-2008
David Zen Mansley David Zen Mansley ...  Additional Voices 79 episodes, 2007-2008
Megumi Matsumoto Megumi Matsumoto ...  Ryuta Kodai 79 episodes, 2007-2008
Rebecca Soler ...  Additional Voices 79 episodes, 2007-2008
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Max Taylor is the son of paleontologist Dr. Spike Taylor and is a fan of dinosaurs. Upon falling out of bed one morning, he sees something crashing into the woods. With his friends/fellow D-Team members Rex Owen and Zoe Drake, they find a strange stone and an egg-shaped capsule containing a Triceratops card. When Max rubs a lightning-marked stone and the Triceratops card, the card turns into a real Triceratops. When he rubs it again, it turns back into a card. The third time it happens, the Triceratops appears as a hatchling and Max names it Chomp. Max, Rex, and Zoe soon learn that the dinosaurs are being hunted by the Alpha Gang. Led by Dr. Z and consisting of Ursula, Zander, Ed, Seth, Dr. Z's maid Helga, and Dr. Z's grandchildren Laura and Rod, the Alpha Gang is out to capture Dinosaur Cards in Dr. Z's plot to become the Dinosaur King. When Rex receives a Carnotaurus named Ace and Zoe receives a Parasaurolophus named Paris, the D-Team competes with the Alpha Gang to get to the ... Written by Rtkat3

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It's a kid show
9 June 2018 | by echindaprideSee all my reviews

I wanted to joke about this show being a masterpiece, but I do want to do a simple, direct review (I'd like to do something in depth, but it's cool).

Dinosaur King is a kids anime dubbed by 4kids, it's dumb, and it's fun. If you expect more than that, you'll be dissapointed, but if you enjoy shows like this or walk into it knowing what it is, you'll be fine. I have a ton of memories with it. It's dumb at parts, but it's fun.

There is a constant plot and character development, and while it doesn't hold too good a candle to seasons of say Digimon or even Pokemon, once you get attached to the characters, it gets pretty fun.

The animation and art style is... interesting. The show was animated by Sunrise, and in some episodes, it really shows. The character designs are very unique and cute, especially the baby Dinos. Speaking of the Dinos, when they get big and become CG monsters... well... it works for emphasizing the Dinosaurs and some scenes work, but it'd be a complete lie to say it isn't messy.

Overall, it's a cute kids anime, and yeah, I'd at least say the 4kids dubbing is some form of a plus. You'll definetly recognize some actors if you've watched other 4kids dubs. It's stupid funny in the unique way 4kids dubs are.

It's easily available, so I'd suggest at least try out an episode.


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