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Avenger Penguins is a British animated series co-produced by Cosgrove Hall Films, Granada Television, Thames Television, and Anglia Television in 1993. The series is a British counterpart towards the Biker Mice from Mars in the US where the core theme is coincidentally alike.

It aired largely on Children's ITV from September 22, 1993 to December 9, 1994 for a span of 26 episodes split into 2 seasons.

Plot[]

The story revolves around three bike-riding Penguins; Marlon, Rocky and Bluey. They ride around Big City, uniting to protect it and its citizens from the evil Caractacus P. Doom, an insane and reclusive criminal scientist. Through the theme slapstick, the Penguins attempt to prevent Doom's schemes but find themselves often hampered by their own miscommunicating and occasional scraps with other biker gangs infesting Big City.

Episodes[]

Season 1[]

  1. The President is a Fish!
  2. The Hog Jamboree
  3. The Quantum Mechanic
  4. Big City, Little City
  5. Computer Chaos
  6. I Married an Android!
  7. Cat Pig-Cat of Iron
  8. Nightmare at Tea-Time
  9. Star Struck
  10. The Labyrinth of Doom
  11. The Wild, Wild, Wild, Wild West
  12. A Winter's Tale
  13. The Revenge of Doom

Season 2[]

  1. The 23rd Century
  2. Mommy's Boy
  3. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Penguin?
  4. Surprise Fate
  5. High Doom
  6. The Jewel in the Crown
  7. A Christmas Caro
  8. Fishfinger
  9. Disgusting Or What?
  10. Rock 'n Roll Penguins
  11. The Computer of Doom
  12. Sherlock's Penguins
  13. Beauties and the Beasts

Release[]

The entire series was released on a three-disc DVD box set in March 2006.

Trivia[]

  • It was originally to be called Hell's Penguins, but later renamed in concern to how the religious audience in the US would respond.
  • It was the last Cosgrove Hall cartoon to be animated using hand-painted animation cels, as all 2D animated series from the studio thereafter would use computers to replace the manual procedures such as ink-and-paint process replaced by digital painting.
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