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|genre = Science fiction<br />Action<br/>Drama
 
|genre = Science fiction<br />Action<br/>Drama
 
|created_by = [[Paulo Ducaveat]]
 
|created_by = [[Paulo Ducaveat]]
|starring = Tom Kane<br/>Cree Summer<br/>Bobby Moynihan<br/>E.G. Daily<br/>[[Paulo Ducaveat]]<br/>Tara Strong<br/>Phil LaMarr<br/>Steve Blum<br/>Kevin Michael Richardson
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|starring = [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Kane Tom Kane]<br/>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whoopi_Goldberg Whoopi Goldberg]<br/>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Glover]<br/>E.G. Daily<br/>[[Paulo Ducaveat]]<br/>Tara Strong<br/>Phil LaMarr<br/>Steve Blum<br/>Kevin Michael Richardson
 
|developed_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Harris Geissler
 
|developed_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br/>Harris Geissler
 
|written_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br>Natalie Hartell<br/>Bobby M. Wilson<br/>Dan Cyros Jr.<br/>Jefferson Gastor
 
|written_by = Paulo Ducaveat<br>Natalie Hartell<br/>Bobby M. Wilson<br/>Dan Cyros Jr.<br/>Jefferson Gastor
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|original_network = [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]]
 
|original_network = [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]]
 
|original_release = October 3, 2019<sup>[1]</sup>
 
|original_release = October 3, 2019<sup>[1]</sup>
}}'''''Mutation Station''''' is an upcoming American-Canadian-Japanese traditionally animated young adult science fiction action/drama television series that will broadcast on [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]] on October 3, 2019 created by [[Paulo Ducaveat]].<sup>[1]</sup> A trailer was released on May 2, 2019 on TheCC.net and May 3, 2019 on YouTube. The series, according to its trailer, is rated TV-14, and will be part of the ''AdultingAroundCC'' block.<sup>[2][3]</sup>
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}}'''''Mutation Station''''' is an American-Canadian-Japanese traditionally animated young adult science fiction action/drama television series that premiered on [[The CC|The CC (Cartoon Comedy)]] on October 3, 2019. The series is created by [[Paulo Ducaveat]], who also has a prominent voice role.<sup>[1]</sup> A trailer was released on May 2, 2019 on TheCC.net and May 3, 2019 on YouTube. The series, according to its trailer, is rated TV-14, and will be part of the ''AdultingAroundCC'' block.<sup>[2][3]</sup>
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
In the year 2116, a tech industry hires people to mutate others to have speed enhancements and invincibility. These people are known as the Invincibles, who are rebellious anti-heroes out to wipe out crime.<sup>[4]</sup>
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In the year 2116, a tech industry known as Mutation Station hires people to mutate others to have speed enhancements and invincibility. These people are known as the Invincibles, rebellious anti-heroes out to wipe out crime in a crime-ridden world.<sup>[4]</sup>
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==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==

Latest revision as of 20:17, May 21, 2020

Mutation Station is an American-Canadian-Japanese traditionally animated young adult science fiction action/drama television series that premiered on The CC (Cartoon Comedy) on October 3, 2019. The series is created by Paulo Ducaveat, who also has a prominent voice role.[1] A trailer was released on May 2, 2019 on TheCC.net and May 3, 2019 on YouTube. The series, according to its trailer, is rated TV-14, and will be part of the AdultingAroundCC block.[2][3]

PlotEdit

In the year 2116, a tech industry known as Mutation Station hires people to mutate others to have speed enhancements and invincibility. These people are known as the Invincibles, rebellious anti-heroes out to wipe out crime in a crime-ridden world.[4]

CharactersEdit

EpisodesEdit

There are planned to be 8 episodes in season one.[2]

ProductionEdit

The show's production and voice acting are done in the United States and the animation is done in Canada and Japan.[1]

ReferencesEdit

1. ^"Young Adult Sci-Fi Television Series to Be on The CC" The CC. (Press release) April 24, 2019. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
2. ^"AdultingAroundCC's New 'Toon in October 2019" ToonMag. (Press release) December 1, 2018. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
3. ^"'Mutation Station' Coming Soon!" The CC. (Press release) January 7, 2019. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
4. ^"The CC's 'Mutation Station' Plot Confirmed by Paulo Ducaveat" Toonsation. (Press release) February 11, 2019. Retrieved 16 August 2019.

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