The adventures of a boy bonded to a magic ring that turns him into a female superhero.

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Sam Vincent ...  Guy / ... 26 episodes, 2012-2013
Matt Hill ...  Maz 26 episodes, 2012-2013
Diana Kaarina ...  Kelly 26 episodes, 2012-2013
Jacqueline Brennan ...  Sheila / ... 26 episodes, 2012-2013
David Myles Brown David Myles Brown ...  Guy / ... 26 episodes, 2012-2013
Elizabeth Nabben ...  Droosha / ... 26 episodes, 2012-2013
Lyall Brooks Lyall Brooks ...  Brian Smirk / ... 12 episodes, 2012-2013
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When Guy Hamdon and his family inherit Aunt Agnes' home, he and his twin sister, Kelly, discover that she was the famed superheroine, SheZow. Doubting that, Guy puts on SheZow's ring as a lark, only to find to his shock that he is transformed into the superheroine himself. Now, Guy is forced to carry on his Aunt's legacy and fight the forces of evil in Megadale, using his newly acquired powers, gadgets, and a pink super suit. With Kelly and his best friend Maz's helping in this crusade, Guy discovers that his identity's feminine theme is a small price to pay for the excitement to come. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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SheZow ranked in the Top 10 new kid's shows of 2013 by Nick and More. See more »

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Guy: That's it. No More Mister Nice Girl!
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Spun-off from Shorty McShorts' Shorts: She Zow (2007) See more »

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Not what you think, and more than you expect...
8 October 2013 | by frankefanSee all my reviews

The first time I heard about SheZow was during a commercial break while watching the HUB network. At first glance, my immediate thought was along the line of, "Ugh." Followed by a more deliberate thought of, "The animation makes South Park look like The Sorcerer's Apprentice." I decided to pass.

And then... A buzz started. Certain people started talking about this show using certain words. Words like, "propaganda," "agenda," and "THEM." My curiosity was up. I set my DVR to record the next episode. Was I ever in for a pleasant shock.

The show is about a young guy (Guy) and his sister (Kelly) who, along with their parents, move into their deceased Aunt Agnus' house. The two kids, 12-year-old fraternal twins, discover not only that their aunt was the super-heroin SheZow, but also find the source of SheZow's powers, a magic ring.

As Kelly (who just happens to be president of the SheZow fan club) is about to put on the ring and become the next SheZow, Guy takes it from her and puts the ring on himself, jokingly exclaiming, "You go girl!" The ring is activated, transferring all of SheZow's powers to Guy, along with the SheZow costume. Trying to get the ring off, Guy discovers he's stuck with it AND the super hero responsibilities that come with it.

There are a lot of she-based puns. A LOT of them. There are SHE- mergencies. Something funny is SHE-larious. Kicking it in the hot tub is totally SHE-laxing. You wouldn't believe how many things they can fit "she" into.

Among the powers of SheZow: A kind of extra-sensory perception called SHE- S-P. Super strength and speed. A Heavy-Handed Super She-Slap, and my favorite power... Wind Winkers! SheZow can create hurricane-force winds by blinking.

SheZow drives a SHE-hicle which can transform into a jet (the SHE-C-10) or a submarine (the S.S. SHE-Shell).

SheZow's accessories could give Batman a run for his money. Laser Lipstick, Boomerang Brush, Mega Mascara Whiplash, Ballistic Fishnets, Vanishing Cream...

SheZow, however, is not invulnerable. Like Superman with Kryptonite, SheZow does have a weakness... A messy hair-do.

I want to say that my first (less than impressed) impression of the animation was more than made up for by the intricate stories... But I can't. The stories are straight-up silliness, and that's what I really have come to like about it. It's got the bright and flashy for the little ones, immature humor for the slightly older little ones, and just enough adult humor to make the big ones like me "lol" with their nerve to reference Lindy Chamberlain.

I LOVE this show! SheZow has become one of my favorite current programs, and I'm glad I tuned in. To think... If it were not for the negative reports I had been hearing, I might not have ever given it a shot! I hope it gets picked up for a second SHEson... I mean, season.


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