A teenage boy with accidental body enhancements fights the enemies of peace as a super-powered secret agent.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Max Steel - Max Steel (2013 TV series) - Netflix
Max Steel is an American/Canadian CGI–animated science fiction comedy-drama television series co-produced by Mattel Playground Productions, Nerd Corps Entertainment and FremantleMedia Kids & Entertainment. It is a re-imagining of its predecessor of the same name, as well as being based on the Mattel action-figure also of the same name. Max Steel premiered on March 25, 2013, on Disney XD.
Max Steel - Other characters - Netflix
Bartholomew “Butch” (voiced by Brian Drummond): The school bully who torments Max. Bartholomew also has two sidekicks. In My Best Friend is an Ultralink, Butch suffered the same fate as Forge did when he was ultralinked. But at the end of the episode Ven-Ghan managed to unlink him. After the events of the episode, he eventually becomes friends with Max, Kirby and Sydney. Dr. Thornhill (voiced by Michael Dobson): He is one of Max's teachers at Copper Canyon High School. Mr. Jones (voiced by Michael Dobson): He was the old man who checked Max's driver's test. Klean Kal (voiced by Scott McNeil): He was the man in Driven, who was the one who was selling used cars to Kirby and Max. Vendor (voiced by Vincent Tong): He was the old man who was selling old things, and he had the sword of Murukami. He's been later seen in various episodes as a random vendor. Commander Parker (voiced by Vincent Tong): Originally a member of Colonel Castle's army in the first-season episode Uncle Sam Wants You! until Castle's alliance with Miles Dredd was exposed. It was revealed in the second-season episode Deep Turbo Blue Sea that he joined N-Tek after Colonel Castle was arrested. T.J. (voiced by Kathleen Barr): A female artificial intelligence with the Turbo Jet, whom Steel has a crush on. Jimmy Blaze (voiced by Sam Vincent) Dean (voiced by Lee Tockar) Jake (voiced by Giles Panton) Turbolt (voiced by Andrew Francis): An Ultralink who rebels against Makino.
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