Sabrina is half-witch and half-human, and all super hero as she leads two vastly different lives; one disguised as a normal, klutzy high school student and the other as the top sorcery ...
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The adventurous, young Madeline is very good at getting into trouble, but she's also fantastic in solving problems as well, and her school-mistress Miss Clavel is not too approving of her. ... See full summary »
Daisy von Scherler Mayer
Sabrina is half-witch and half-human, and all super hero as she leads two vastly different lives; one disguised as a normal, klutzy high school student and the other as the top sorcery student in the magical world. When her two worlds collide, Sabrina is the only one who has the power to battle her foes, while managing to keep her magical identity a secret from humankind.Written by
The plot lines are very weak. The dialogs are abysmal. The voice acting is bad. The art of the toon is deficient. The characters look as if they had really bad plastic ops. Balloon-like cheeks and extreme cat eyes. This for the "looks" of this series. As for content, it is substandard as well. There is no "See Timmy" moment; a moment where a lesson has been learned. All in all if you just want your children be away from you and not be a bother, and you don't care about anything else, this cartoon, is truly mind-numbing enough with color explosions that your child is going to be possibly engrossed in it for a while. I doubt however it will last more than 2 episodes because it is nowhere good enough to be interesting. It is just like an ultra easy and very cheap children's PC game turned into cartoon. No plot,but loud and colorful. Only good for dulling their brains.
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