Picking up where the 2015 film left off, this coming-of-age buddy comedy follows fearless Tip and overenthusiastic Oh, as they navigate the crazily combined human and alien culture they live in, finding adventure everywhere they go.
After Turbo the Snail's improbable win at the Indianapolis 500, the superfast racer finds his life forever changed after he returns from his victory tour. Namely, Tito, his human companion, has built Starlite City, a massive miniature city with an elaborate adjoining race track for Turbo and his fellow snails to live and race in. However, Turbo finds his new life no less hectic as he and his friends face new rivals of all varieties eager to take the champion on. Regardless of the danger, Turbo and his colleagues of the Fast Action Stunt Team are ready for the challenge.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This series has an amazing cast, writing and outstanding laugh out loud moments! The story which I guess takes place after the movie (which is still need to watch), is about Turbo and his Fast Action Racing Stunt Team (F.A.S.T) competing in races around the world. Each episodes last 10 mins in 2 segments, like Adventure Time, Ren and Stimpy etc. The stories poke fun at stereotyping, with funny references that only some older adults would recognize, for example one episode when Ants are invading Starlight City, they act like drones and said 'All your bases are belong to us', referencing the now meme worthy broken English from the game Zero Wing. One of my favourite episodes is where the gang goes to Japan and parodies Anime style fights, with taco clawed ninjas and Godzilla included, some jokes don't hit the mark, but man when they do, you will be laughing out loud!
The animation is remarkable, even better than the film its based on, the colours are vibrant and look incredible on the racing segments. The voice cast is flawless, all characters have a distinctive personality, if a bit two dimensional, I commend the voice actors work, my personal favourites being Phil Lamarr as Smooth Moves and Amir Talai as Skidmark.
With Outstanding humour, voice cast, great supporting characters and an animation style to die for, its really not to be missed!
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