Rex is 15. And like most 15 year old boys, he likes cars, girls, music, sports…unlike most 15 year old boys, among other things he can make his fists the size of boulders, sprout a jet pack out of his back and turn his legs into a motorcycle. These talents are extremely useful to Providence, a global organisation fighting mutant creatures known as Evos. Rex is under their care, and he's also their ultimate weapon.
When an ancient threat resurfaces, inexperienced young Princes coming from the regions of the divided island of Gorm – Air, Forest, Earth and Sea – will have to learn to master the forces of nature and, guided by the venerable Old Sage, the princes will be able to transform into the greatest heroes of their reigns: the Invincible Lords of Nature! The powerful Lords will also be able to awake and summon numerous “lost” Gormiti – each endowed with incredible powers!
Long ago animals and humans lived together happily, until the evil HighRoller told the animals that humans were their enemies. HighRoller with his brainwashed animal allies seemed unstoppable… but a group of heroes formed against him. Hero 108 is the story of the First Squad, as they battle HighRoller trying to restore the peace.
Johnny Bravo tells the tale of the self-obsessed all-brawns-little-brains character Johnny Bravo, whose biceps are as big as his ego. In love with himself, his eccentric Mama thinks Johnny Bravo is perfect, but we all know different, right? Desperate for a girlfriend, the hapless hunk works out all the time but hasn’t worked out how to charm girls!
Johnny's a 11-year-old kid leading a pretty average life. Average that is, expect for his super-genius inventor twin sisters, talking dog sidekick, and non-stop thrill-ride adventures! When your twin sisters are using you as their personal guinea pig, not even the sky is the limit!
Through a mix-up in paperwork, twelve-year-old Adam Lyon is accidentally transferred to Charles Darwin Middle School, where all of the students and faculty are animals. As the only human student, Adam soon finds that life at his new school really is the survival of the fittest.