Glitch Techs

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Glitch Techs
Glitch Tech Toolkit Boxshot v6.jpg
Here come the Glitch Techs, they know what to do!
Genre: Science Fantasy
Action
Adventure
Running Time: 23 minutes (season 1)
25 minutes (season 2)
Country: United States
Release Date: February 21, 2020 – Present
Network(s): Netflix
Created by: Eric Robles
Dan Milano
Distributed by: ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks
Netflix Streaming Services
Starring: Ricardo Hurtado
Monica Ray
Scott Kreamer
Dan Milano
Luke Youngblood
Seasons: 2
Episodes: 19


Glitch Techs is a Nickelodeon and Netflix animated series created by Eric Robles and Dan Milano for Nickelodeon and Netflix.

Plot

Two kids are recruited to battle video game monsters that have found their way into the real world.

Why It Rocks

  1. The animation is very fluid, especially in the fight scenes and in the theme song.
  2. Pleasing art-style, with geometric character designs and a vibrant color palette.
  3. The story is compelling and similar to Ghostbusters.
  4. A lot of video game references, like to Pokemon and Castlevania.
  5. Well-developed characters, including Five and Miko, who have a nice back-and-forth dynamic with each other.
  6. The soundtrack is unique, as it is inspired by retro games, and the theme song is really catchy.
  7. It's one of Nickelodeon's best shows in a long while.
  8. The episode "Adventures in Pet Training" is really heart-felt and emotional.
  9. "Find the Glitch" is a weird case, where the writers managed to make a clip show enjoyable and endearing.
  10. Season 2 introduces new characters, including a game modder named Ridley as well as Mitch's siblings.

Bad Qualities

  1. The dialogue can be cringeworthy at times.
  2. Nickelodeon screwed it over a few times by delaying it and then moving it on Netflix along with Pinky Malinky.

Episodes with their own pages

Trivia

  • The creator (Eric Roble) of this show is by the same man who made Fanboy & Chum Chum.
  • It was originally slated to premiere on Nickelodeon in 2016, but was moved to Netflix in 2020.

Videos

Comments


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MineGuy13

5 months ago
Score 1
I honestly think that Nickelodeon moving this show was a good decision. Because Netflix has a much bigger user base than Nickelodeon and I can easily go back and rewatch the episodes that I liked. And also it's still considered as a Nicktoon.
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Code yellow

2 months ago
Score -2
I HATE THIS SHOW!
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SuperStreetKombat

2 months ago
Score 0
Why?
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Agent Joestar

2 months ago
Score 0
watch the caps lock dude
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Triggeredrepatillo

2 months ago
Score 0
4 years of waiting for this gem
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Cecilia1945

2 months ago
Score 1

I heard this show was good before I even decided to watch it.

When I finally did, I was not disappointed.
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YouKonade

2 months ago
Score 1
Huh, I didn’t know the creator of Fanboy and Chum Chum created this. Interesting.
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Brian Aria

one month ago
Score 0
I Still love FanBoy and ChumChum though even the show is (mean to be) bad its still funny though.
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The Dog

one month ago
Score 0
My brother hates this show but likes all the bad shows
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TehGamerOne18

one month ago
Score 0
Not my favorite show in the world.

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