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10-year-old country boy Cricket Green and his family move to the Big City to live with Gramma Alice. There, he and his older sister Tilly meet and make new friends, including new best friend Remy Remington, cafe co-worker and friend Gloria Sato and others, as well as battling the family’s nemesis Chip Whistler. While getting used to his new surroundings, Cricket tries to make the most of his time in Big City, while learning new morals along the way.
Ash Ketchum wakes up late one morning after having broken his alarm clock in his sleep. He eventually makes it to Professor Oak’s lab, but is told that the three starter List of Pokémon (Bulbasaur, Squirtle, and Charmander) have already been taken by Trainers who were on time. However, Oak reveals that he has one more Pokémon, an Electric-type named Pikachu. Despite its volatile and feisty personality, as well as its refusal to get inside a Poké Ball, Ash happily takes Pikachu for his journey.r
The Orange League beckons and Ash answers the call, taking on the Orange Crew and their leader, Drake. Upon returning to Pallet Town, Ash and Misty reunite with Brock and set out on the next stage of their Pokémon journey—the Johto region! Though he still has an errand to run for Professor Oak, Ash jumps with both feet into the Johto League, taking on a couple of Gym Leaders and adding Pokémon like Totodile and Chikorita to his team.
Five years later, 15-year-old Ben Tennyson chooses to once again put on the Omnitrix and discovers that it has reconfigured his Dna and can now transform him into 10 brand new aliens. Joined by his super-powered cousin Gwen Tennyson and his equally powerful former enemy Kevin Levin, Ben is on a mission to find his missing Grandpa Max. In order to save his Grandpa, Ben must defeat the evil Dnaliens, a powerful alien race intent on destroying the galaxy, starting with planet Earth.
There is no such thing as an uneventful day in the life of kindergartener Shinnosuke “Shin-chan” Nohara. The five-year-old is a cut above the most troublesome, perverted, and shameless kid one can imagine. Shin-chan is almost always engaged in questionable activities such as forgetting about a friend during hide and seek, sumo wrestling for love, performing various gags including the notorious “elephant” in public, and flirting with college girls. The exemplary troublemaker has done it all and has no plans to stop anytime soon.
Noby’s life is changed forever the day Doraemon, a cat-like robot from the future, pops out of a time portal in his top desk drawer. Doraemon has been sent back in time by Noby’s great great grandson, Soby, to change Noby’s legendarily tragic life for the better – thereby improving the life of all of his descendants. Unfortuantely, underachiever Noby seems to cause a great deal of his own misfortune, and the addition of an endless supply of futuristic gadgets from Doraemon’s 4th dimensional pocket usually creates even more trouble.
Kim Possible looks like an average high-school cheerleader, but in her spare time, she saves the world from supervillains. Her buddy, Ron Stoppable, his pet Rufus, and a resourceful webmaster named Wade collabotrate on secret missions and can do anything. When she’s not defeating the bad guys, Kim still has to cope with typical pressures of school, family and social life.
Spider-Man (real name Peter Parker) is the main protagonist of the series, and everyone’s favorite web-slinging, wall-crawling “menace” of New York, or so J. Jonas Jameson would have you believe. Juggling his life in High School with his hero life isn’t as easy as it seems, especially with constant bullying from a certain High School jock and criticism from a “100-foot-tall cranky pants”. But S.H.I.E.L.D. decides to make his life a whole lot more complicated by offering him a spot on a team of teenage superheroes, and a chance to become the Ultimate Spider-Man.