The Minimighty Kids is a comic book (intended for ages 3-10) created by Zep (as a designer) and Helen Bruller (as a writer). The first release dated November 14, 2007. Collection lists 15 albums as of 2008. History staged a variety of anthropomorphic animals, apparently older than ten years, exposing a specific defect. Each character has its own default and complex bound thereto, which usually other characters in the series laugh. Later in the script, the characters get "super-powers" from their complex and arrive, in a paradoxical way, to profit. They again become "normal" when they admit that their complex is not so intrusive.
Usually a name is given to each character starting with the term "super ...". The slogan of the series is "Gros default - Maxi powers ..." from the first volume on DVD entitled "Supermetalmouth".
"Growing Muscles" Sequence: When a kid gets their super power, their bodies buff up to an absolutely absurd degree, until they're bigger than the Earth itself. Fortunately the sequence reverses soon afterwards, or the series would end up being something else entirely.
It was looong time ago, longer now than it seems, in a place that perhaps you've seen in your dreams. For the story that you are about to be told, How to turn a minor flaw into a fantastic power and be a hero for a day!
We all were caught as a child in the same spiral of fear… every single kid is afraid they “don’t fit in”. Some kids are snotty-nosed, some stutter, others have to wear their big sister’s jacket, or their ears stick out or their shoes are too showy… the list goes on forever! Young kids make a mountain out of a molehill! School can be a cruel environment: classmates will make fun of you, play jokes on you and before you know it you are everyone’s laughing stock! Shame on you! It’s the end of the world!
We all remember those days, right? Well, they are over, gone, bye bye! Hello the Miniavengers! A new zany series with an optimistic streak demonstrates that we are all potential Miniavengers as long as we have at least one flaw…. the Villains, since a flaw can be turned into a Superpower!
Each episode takes about 5-7 minutes and usually ends with a little advice related to previously discussed complex. These tips are trying to target the younger generation for defects by explaining that there may be a silver lining.
- Main article: List Of The Minimighty Kids Episodes
- Main article: List Of The Minimighty Kids Characters