STREET SHARKS: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION REVIEWED
“Street Sharks” was a series that lasted for 40 episodes. Over the next 14 hours, I learned what younger kids were doing while I was watching Buzz Clips on MTV. The plot is four brothers go searching for their missing dad. But, an evil scientist kidnaps them and turns them into sharks. Now, they get to solve some TMNT style adventures while being sharks. Why? I don’t know…sharks eat turtles?
Given the Chicken tendy nature of some readers, I assume that the online fandom for this series must be large. While you can take that as a fat joke, I’m referring far more to the fact that it seems every kid show has at least 10 people willing to screech about its merits. The neat conceit to this series is that the bad guy has convinced the public that the Street Sharks are bad. So, they hide at night to plot their good deeds.
Insert comparison to tired concept here and throw in a way to say Jawsome. 40 episodes spread across 2 years seems like too much, but whatever. Go drink a Capri Sun, while I return to adult fare.
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RELEASE DATE: 1/16/18
The Plot Thus Far
Out of the Deep and Into the Streets!
When the evil scientist, Dr. Paradigm, illegally experiments with untested DNA, four brothers are accidentally transformed into monstrous half shark – half humans! Delighted with the success of his genetic meltdown, the madman plans to turn all of humanity into sea creatures of his own design and control.
The Bolton brothers – John, Bobby, Coop, and Clint – must team up to stop Dr. Paradigm and his deadly Seaviates before they transform the citizens of Fission City into mutants with no free will. Prepare for a feeding frenzy as they kick some serious fin in this classic ’90s animated series.
Sharkbait Part 1
Sharksbite Part 2
Sharkstorm Part 3
Shark N’ Roll
Fresh Water Sharks
Shark of Steel
Shark to the Future
A Shark Among Us
To Shark or Not to Shark
Close Encounters of the Shark Kind
20,000 Sharks Under the Sea
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