Saturday, June 2, 2012

Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters Season 1 Premiere

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We have another new animation TV series again and I think this is very exciting. The HUB gives us again something that we could enjoy as an artificial world. The kids will enjoy this and the young at heart will surely get updated with the episodes it brings. Check our review of the whole show below.

Hasbro's development into TV keeps on Saturday night with the official progression debut of Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, a newfangled vivified progression prepared by the toy goliath for The Hub lattice. (The show had a sneak see final month, but formally kicks off Saturday at 8/7c.) A cross among Yu-Gi-Oh! Notwithstanding Avatar: The Last Airbender, Kaijudo emphasizes a universe where legendary monsters have been exiled to a parallel extent and should be kept at narrows so as to keep the peace on Earth.

The sequence accompanies a junior kid, Ray (voiced by Party of Five and V alum Scott Wolf) who unites the Duel Masters ranks, studying to summon and control the monsters and help secure the planet. Obviously, being a teen, he has a spot of a defiant spirit, much to the dismay of the senior Duel Masters.

The voice throws moreover combines Freddy Rodriquez (Six Feet Under, Ugly Betty) and movement vets Phil LaMarr, Grey DeLisle and John DiMaggio. Israeli performing artist Oded Fehr, most fit known for the Mummy films and visit TV visitor roles, combining Covert Affairs, plays the villainous Choten, perceived in this elite representation taming a Rumbling Terrasaur.

For more updates about the Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters TV series, go back to this blog because we will post recaps, reviews and fan stories online.