John Callahan's Pelswick (or simply Pelswick) is a Canadian-Taiwanese-American animated children's television series co-produced by Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. and Suzhou Hong Ying Animation Corporation Limited. The series is about a teenage boy who uses a wheelchair, emphasizing that he lived a normal life. It was based on the books created by John Callahan.
Pelswick Eggert is just like most 13-year-olds, except that he is in a wheelchair -- or permanently seated as he prefers to call it. He doesn't let that stop him, though, as he deals with the usual obstacles that come with being a teenager, including school bully Boyd.
Why It Rocks
- The animation of the show is very good, and it fits the comic book series very well.
- Funny and Great characters in the show such as Pelswick, Goon, Ace, Julie, Gran Gran, Quentin (father of Pelswick), and Kate.
- It was based greatly on the book series created by John Callahan.
- It shows kids who have disabilities, what it's like being in a wheelchair.
- In fact, this show has tons of episodes with good morals.
- Great to decent voice acting.
- Great antagonists such as Boyd (the school bully of the show).
- Sandra can be unlikable in the series usually when she rivals Julie in school campaigns.
- There can be some gross-out scenes sometimes.