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Robin and the Dreamweavers (2000)

| Animation, Action, Adventure
Robin, the first girl born in Cyberspace, becomes a virtual DJ for Brenda Plump's new virtual reality nightclub. However, she soon gains the attention of the leather-clad dominatrix XXX (... See full summary »

Director:

Kamoon Song (as Ka Moon Song)

Writers:

Rens Benerink (creator), Greg Johnson
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Frass / Anchorwoman (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Reed Stokes / Tall Goon / White-Haired Scientist / Nose-Pierced Punk / Mohawk Punk (voice)
Janyse Jaud ... Flit / Masked Woman (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Sass / Short Goon / Booth / Black-Haired Punk (voice)
Pauline Newstone ... Brenda Plump / XXX / The 'Dark Catacomb' Game Voiceover (voice)
Robert O. Smith ... Nelson Orlar / Creep (voice)
French Tickner French Tickner ... Dr. Reedenhauer (voice)
Lee Tockar ... Randy (voice)
Cathy Weseluck ... Robin / Notion (voice)
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Robin, the first girl born in Cyberspace, becomes a virtual DJ for Brenda Plump's new virtual reality nightclub. However, she soon gains the attention of the leather-clad dominatrix XXX (pronounced "Triple X"), a cyber being who wants to enter the real world to turn everyone into sex-crazed maniacs. With the help of a band of psychic furries, Robin learns that her unique birth grants her special powers that help her face off against XXX.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Lou Scheimer Productions See more »
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Toons vs Porn???
16 March 2017 | by omega2064See all my reviews

This 2000 animated pilot rates up there on the weird-o-meter. It is a sort of anti-internet-porn theme. And yet there's quite a bit of adult themes in it that aren't part of that message. There's even some brief nudity. The pilot was done by one of the directors for Filmation so that may explain the peculiar tonal shifts. Its akin to the shifts in more serious shows like Blackstar.

The story is peculiar as the main character is a sort of hybrid VR/Real being and eventually comes to work in a VR nightclub. The overall tone is very cyberpunk with the main villaness XXX plotting to extend her power to the physical world as well as her BDSM ideals.

Things take a turn for the strange as various cartoon critters are introduced and take up the battle against XXX and her minions and help Robin learn her powers.

Only this pilot was ever created from the proposed multi-media ideal the Dutch backers for the show had planned so one can only wonder what else they would have done with this had it been picked up.

In the end its just kinda there. The animation isn't bad. Though there are some notable shortcuts and lesser quality moments. The style is reminiscent of the New Johnny Quest or Stripperella... But the pacing is all over the place as is the dialogue.

Is it worth having a look at? Yes? No? Maybe? It is such a disjointed show that its hard to say who it might appeal to. There may be too little adult action to interest, or too much to allow kids to see. While at the same time the toon elements may put off some.

It is though more entertaining than Cool World. So least there is that.


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