When everyone gives Gumball a cursed video game console, Elmore becomes trapped inside a fantasy RPG world. Gumball, Darwin and Anais have to battle their way through town, unraveling the secrets of ...
A team of intergalactic warriors fights to protect the universe, but the combination of three highly trained beings and one quirky young boy leaves the team struggling to overcome the dangerous scenarios that are put in front of them.
The offbeat adventures of Courage, a cowardly dog who must overcome his own fears to heroically defend his unknowing farmer owners from all kinds of dangers, paranormal events and menaces that appear around their land.
Intergalactic warrior Star Butterfly arrives on Earth to live with the Diaz family. She continues to battle villains throughout the universe and high school, mainly to protect her extremely powerful wand, an object that still confuses her.
Welcome to Elmore! This quaint little suburb isn't quite what it seems, as in Elmore, just about everything has the ability to come to life! The Amazing World of Gumball follows the misadventures of Gumball, a twelve-year-old cat. With the help of his best friend Darwin, his former pet goldfish that grew legs and joined the family, he gets into all sorts of antics. He is joined by his sister, Anais, a four-year-old bunny with heightened intelligence. His father, Richard, and his mother, Nicole, are there to provide him support as well.Written by
Juan Carlos Morales
The Hungarian dubbing keeps shuffling the voice actors for nearly all characters, even if their original actors are still available. Some, like Leslie, Masami, Teri and Tobias even change their gender depending on the episode due to the dubbing studio not keeping track of who voices whom. The only recurring character who has retained her voice across all seasons is Anais, followed by Banana Joe, who's only been replaced for one episode. See more »
I saw the commercial for this show, and was hoping it wasn't going to turn out like Secret Mountain Fort Awesome or Problem Solverz. Although, I don't think anything can be as bad as those. But, surprisingly, it was quite good. I was like, "Here We Go...huh, this is good!" It has laughs, weird, yet entertaining, stories, and funny characters. I'll review the characters first. GUMBALL: A fun-loving, detention-getting blue cat, who could care less about school, grades, and hygiene. Gotta love 'im! DARWIN: A more-hygienic-than-Gumball, orange fish, he cares a tiny bit more about school, doesn't wear clothes (Although you can't see anything), and his legs are 3 times as long as his head. He is playful, considerate, and doesn't make sense sometimes, he is Gumball's brother. ANAIS: A pink bunny, about 1 foot tall, and wears the same baby sun-dress every episode, and is smarter than the whole family combined. RICHARD: Sleep loving, un-hygienic, sausage-eating, fat pink bunny, he's the dumbest and most irresponsible person in the whole family, yet one of the funniest people on the show. NICOLE: The blue cat mom who is always a buzzkill, represents the usual overprotective mom who doesn't stop worrying. I am gonna stop right there for the character reviews because that's really all you need to know, because it is Gumball's family. The voice acting, I thought, was great and hilarious. No complaints about that. I would like to say that I heavily disagree with all of the people who said this show was horrible. Don't listen to them, readers! You would probably like this show as much as I did. You will probably think the parodies of movies and real life are funny and random. Ben Bocquelet did a good job creating this show and probably won't be able to pull off a show like this again in his career (Sorry, Ben). I give it a 9/10 because it is funny random, and not trash like Problem Solverz. Thanks for reading!
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