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Review of "Mysticons" 9/26/17 by
airs Saturdays on Nickelodeon
This is a cartoon for shows (especially girls). I don't
follow kids' shows or comics, so I thought it was based on
something, but it's original. The show takes place in
a fictional land called Gemina where they have regular
people and cities as well as dragons and other supernatural
creatures. Two girls who live in the palace end up teaming
up with two girls who are street-smart thieves to battle the
It has a lot of fun and humor. I think any kid will love
it. Maybe some adults, too. Those who like animated shows,
play video games, or watch kids' shows should love this. I
recommend it for kids or adults. It reminds me of
shows I used to watch, but it's way better.
Nickelodeon and Nelvana’s CG-Animated
Fantasy Series Mysticons, Premieres Monday, August 28, at 4
BURBANK, Calif.–(August 7, 2017)–A
mythic quest to save the world unfolds in Nickelodeon’s
newest animated series, Mysticons, premiering
Monday, August 28, at 4 p.m. (ET/PT).
Produced by Corus Entertainment’s premier animation company
Nelvana, the half-hour action series rich in story and
mythology follows four girls who transform into legendary
warriors, Mysticons, who band together to save their realm
from evil. The series airs at 4:00 p.m. (ET/PT) through
Friday, Sept. 1, and continues with premieres in its regular
timeslot of Sundays at 12:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.
Beginning August 30, fans can watch encore episodes
Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nicktoons.
Created and executive produced by Sean Jara (Johnny
Test), Mysticons is a contemporary urban
fantasy series about four girls from different walks of life
who are transformed into the legendary Mysticons. Arkayna,
Zarya, Emerald, and Piper are drawn together by a prophecy
to battle evil and protect the realm as unexpected heroes
who work together to become epic warriors and ultimately,
the closest of friends. The heroes team up as the
stakes are raised when the evil Queen Necrafa is released
from her prison and embarks on a mission to destroy them and
their home, Drake City.
In the series premiere, “Sisters in Arms,” the legendary
Dragon Disk brings together the four girls and bestows upon
them magical powers.
The Mysticons voice cast includes: Alyson Court
(The Big Comfy Couch) as “Arkayna Goodfey,” Drake
City’s princess who is desperate to be a regular teen, while
balancing being Mysticon Dragon Mage; Nicki Burke (Barbie:
The Pearl Princess) as “Zarya Moonwolf,” a tough and
fiercely protective street kid with roguish charm, known as
Mysticon Ranger; Evany Rosen (Hotel Transylvania: The
Series) as “Emerald Goldenbraid,” an innovative
engineer and Arkayna’s best friend, known as Mysticon
Knight; and Ana Sani (Mia and Me) as “Piper
Willowbrook,” an optimistic and fun-loving street kid who
doubles as Mysticon Striker.
Visit Nick.com, the
Nick App, Mysticons.com,
to learn more about Mysticons. A sneak peek
full-length episode is also currently available on
Nick.com and the Nick App,
along with platforms including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play,
Vudu, Xbox, PlayStation and Nick On Demand.
Nickelodeon, now in its 38th year, is the
number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a
diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything
it does. The company includes television programming and
production in the United States and around the world, plus
consumer products, digital, recreation, books and feature
films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more
than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated
kids’ basic cable network for 22 consecutive years. For more
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Nelvana is Canada’s premier animation company and a
world-leading producer and distributor of children’s
content. Nelvana has delighted audiences around the globe
for more than 40 years with a vast library of more than
4,000 episodes from original, award-winning series like Babar and Franklin.
Nelvana’s content is distributed in more than 160 countries
worldwide and broadcasts across Corus Entertainment’s suite
of leading kids networks. Nelvana Enterprises, the global
licensing and merchandising arm of Nelvana, manages the
organization’s portfolio of in-house and third-party brands
with offices in Toronto and Paris. Nelvana Studio, with
offices in Toronto and Montreal, employs more than 300
Canadian artists working with local and international
producers to create premium children’s content for a global
stage. For more information, visit www.nelvana.com.
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