Atomic Puppet

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Atomic Puppet
GenreComedy
Action
Superhero
Science fiction
Created byMark Drop
Jerry Leibowitz
Developed byTravis Williams
John Derevlany
Brad Birch
Voices ofEric Bauza
Peter Oldring
Lisa Norton
Carlos Diaz
Kristina Nicoll
Katie Griffin
David Huband
Theme music composerAmaury Bernier
David Gana
Composer(s)Amaury Bernier
David Gana
Country of originCanada
France
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26
Production
Running time22 minutes (2 11 minute segments)
Production company(s)Mercury Filmworks
Technicolor Animation Productions
Gaumont Animation[1]
Release
Original networkTeletoon (Canada)
Disney XD/Netflix (USA)
Picture format1080i (16:9 HDTV)
First shown inFrance
Original releaseJuly 18, 2016 (2016-07-18) –
February 21, 2017 (2017-02-21)
External links
Official Website
Page on Gaumont Animation

Atomic Puppet is a Canadian animated series created by Jerry Leibowitz and Mark Drop and produced by Mercury Filmworks, Technicolor Animation Productions and Gaumont Animation for Teletoon and Disney XD. The series revolves around the adventures of a 6th Grade Joey Felt and his partner AP, a world-renowned superhero who's been reduced to life as a powerless sock puppet, until he's placed on Joey's hand. Together, they transform into Mega City's newest superhero duo, Atomic Puppet and Nuclear Boy.

Plot[edit]

Mega City's superhero Captain Atomic suffers a setback when, as he shaking hands with 12-year-old[2] fanboy Joey Felt, his disgruntled sidekick Mookie (or Sergeant Subatomic) transforms him into a living sock puppet. The suddenly powerless superhero quickly realizes that the only way he can regain his former powers is to team up with the boy—a dream come true for Joey, but not so much for Captain Atomic. Together, the two form an unlikely and awkward partnership that allows them to become the city's newest superhero duo—Atomic Puppet and Nuclear Boy.

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Joseph "Joey" Felt/Nuclear Boy[3] (voiced by Eric Bauza) – The main protagonist of the series, a 12-year-old middle-school student and comic book fan. Through a chance turn of events, he develops the ability to combine with his superhero idol and together they form a new hero, Atomic Puppet and Nuclear Boy.
  • Captain Atomic/Atomic Puppet/AP[4] (voiced by Eric Bauza) – Captain Atomic was a world-renowned superhero who lived his life being able to handle situations with his brute strength and endless charm. Blinded by success and fame, he's suddenly transformed into a powerless living sock puppet by his jealous sidekick Mookie. Now he goes by the name AP and, due to his massive ego and short temper, struggles with adjusting to his new life as a puppet and the fact that he can only access his former powers when Joey places him on his hand, turning them into Atomic Puppet and Nuclear Boy.

Supporting[edit]

  • Pauline Bell[5] (voiced by Lisa Norton) – A sassy middle school girl who is Joey's best friend and the only person other than Mookie and the other superheroes that knows of Joey's secret identity. Pauline occasionally covers for Joey when he needs an excuse to become Atomic Puppet and has fought alongside Atomic Puppet if the situation called for it. She has a job at a comic book shop owned by her uncle.
  • Phil Felt[6] (voiced by Carlos Díaz) – Joey's burly, rugged, no-nonsense father. He's impatient, opinionated and does everything he can to counteract his wife's babying of the kids.
  • Vivian Felt[7][8] (voiced by Kristina Nicoll) – Joey's sweet but overly caring mother. She worries far too much about her children and is always concerned about what kind of trouble they could get into.
  • Abigail Felt[9] (voiced by Katie Griffin) – Joey's energetic 8-year-old sister who goes by the nickname "Abs"[10] or "Abbie"[11]
  • Bubbles[12][13] – The slow-witted, overweight, and flatulent family cat. AP refers to him as Disastro and is convinced that Bubbles is an undercover villain plotting to take down Atomic Puppet from the inside, while Phil completely adores Bubbles, describing him as "the most adorable kitty-kat in the world".[14]
  • Rex Bordeaux[15] (voiced by David Huband) – The egotistical host of Mega City news. As the city's #1 newsman, he climbed his way to celebrity status by reporting on the feats of Captain Atomic, but his reputation is in danger of slipping with Captain Atomic's "disappearance".

Antagonists[edit]

  • Sergeant Subatomic (Mookie)[16] (voiced by Peter Oldring) – The main antagonist of the series. Mookie is Captain Atomic's bitter and envious former sidekick and is responsible for his transformation into a puppet, done in an attempt to replace him as Mega City's protector. While Mookie does have a wide assortment of gadgets to use, by himself, he's nothing more than a glory hound that lives in his mother's basement. He frequently tries to force the citizens of Mega City to accept him as their hero, but his incompetence and lack of superpowers fail to win them over.
  • Professor Tite-Gripp[17] (voiced by Rick Miller) – A cunning and ruthless criminal with massive mechanical hands that give him superhuman strength. He was originally Captain Atomic's archenemy and is now Atomic Puppet's most dangerous foe.
  • Naughty Kitty[18] (voiced by Heather Bambrick) – A female thief who wears a black cat costume and steals cats. She is a parody of Catwoman.
  • Zorp[19] (voiced by Rob Tinkler) – A green-skinned alien invader who intends to capture the citizens of Mega City and eat them. He is often accompanied by a smaller alien of his species known as Flert.
  • Mudman (voiced by Rob Tinkler) – A humanoid creature made entirely of mud who has the abilities to change his shape and possess others by smothering himself over them.[20] He has a cousin named Dirtbag, a large sack-like creature able to breath blasts of soil who has also tangled with Joey and AP.[21]
  • Ms. Erlenmeyer/Queen Mindbender (voiced by Kristina Nicoll) – Joey's bitter science teacher who is driven to madness by AP when he attempts to stop her from putting Joey in detention.[22] Afterwards, she marries a mysterious alien entity and is transformed into a green-skinned telepath named Queen Mindbender.[23]

Heroes[edit]

  • Justice Alliance[24] – A superhero team that protects the galaxy at large. Prior to his transformation, Captain Atomic was a member, and he has rejoined as Atomic Puppet.
    • Commander Cavalier (voiced by Rob Tinkler) – A Superman-like hero with heat vision powers. He is extremely obsessed with his appearance to the point where showing him a mirror will always cause him to stop and admire himself much like the arrogance of Booster Gold.
    • Robo-Ron (voiced by Martin Roach) – The Cyborg (comics) superhero who only speaks in beatbox and printed messages. Although he possesses a wide range of gadgetry and is incredibly intelligent, he is considered the least powerful member of the alliance. He also carries some weapons like Robocop.
    • Crimson Beacon – A mute superhero with flaming hair. He has the same powers as Green Lantern and Firestorm (comics).
  • Princess War Tickle[25] (voiced by Kristina Nicoll) – A superheroine similar to Wonder Woman who dwells in a magical castle in the sky. She has an ongoing rivalry with Captain Atomic as she is the only hero who rivals Captain Atomic in power and fame.

Others[edit]

  • Rudolph Mintenberg[26] (voiced by Scott McCord) – An eccentric billionaire who lives in a hilltop mansion outside of Mega City. He is constantly bored and entertains himself by with a variety of dangerous gadgets and experiments, forcing Joey and AP to step in and save the day.
  • Warren Beasley[27] (voiced by Mark Edwards) – A nosy nerd who lives next door to Joey. His hobby is spying on his neighbors and classmates.
  • The Mayor[28] (voiced by Kevin Hanchard) – The mayor of Mega City. He often tries to replace Atomic Puppet because he dislikes the collateral damage they cause in their battles against their various foes.

Episodes[edit]

No.TitleWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air date
1"Sick Day / AP vs. Disastro"[29]Brad Birch
Craig Martin
Kyle Marshall
Khalil Ben Naamane
July 18, 2016 (2016-07-18)

Sick Day: Joey has a case of the flu, which prevents him from doing his superhero duties and gives Mookie the opportunity to try take over them.

AP vs Disastro: Joey is forced to take Bubbles to a cat lovers convention, but Naughty Kitty attacks the event and steals Bubbles.
2"Atomic Detention / Big Pickle"[30]Evan Thaler Hickey
Josh Saltzman
Kyle Marshall
Jeff Barker
July 19, 2016 (2016-07-19)

Atomic Detention: AP's attempts to get Joey out of detention from Ms. Erlenmeyer only make things worse.

Big Pickle: When AP gets trapped in a indestructible pickle jar, Joey must take him to Professor Tite-Gripp for help.
3"Pizza Planet / Don't Track the Mudman"[31]Daniel Bryan Franklin & Robin Stein
Josh Saltzman
Steve Stefanelli
Dipesh Mistry
July 20, 2016 (2016-07-20)

Pizza Planet: AP believes that the employees of the space-themed pizzeria Pizza Planet are aliens that intend to fatten the customers for eating.

Don't Track the Mudman: After defeating the Mudman, AP takes a piece of him home, but the piece reconstructs itself and possesses Vivian.
4"Justice Alliance / Bad Lair Day"[32]Brad Birch
Andrew Harrison
Dipesh Mistry
Jeff Barker
July 21, 2016 (2016-07-21)

Justice Alliance: The Justice Alliance comes to Mega City to invite Atomic Puppet into their group, but a jealous Mookie tries to destroy them.

Bad Lair Day: Joey and AP move into Captain Atomic's former secret lair.
5"Master of Disaster / Atomic Hairball"[33]Mathilde Maraninchi & Antonin Poirée
Jérôme Erbin & Eddy Fluchon
Guilain De Aguiar
Alexandre Viano
July 22, 2016 (2016-07-22)

Master of Disaster: In order to defeat a teleporting monster, Joey and AP must take lessons from Captain Atomic's mentor, Master Sensei, who is now a doddering old man.

Atomic Hairball: Bubbles is transformed into a giant monster after he eats some AP's yarn charged with Atomic Puppet's superpowers.
6"Sold Out / Sword Sisters"[30]John Derevlany
Ann Austen
Dipesh MistryJuly 25, 2016 (2016-07-25)

Sold Out: Joey and AP try to sneak into a movie theater when Joey forgets to buy tickets.

Sword Sisters: Pauline gets her hands on a magical sword and becomes the superheroine Sword Sister. When the sword's power begins to driver her mad though, Joey and AP must find Princess War Tickle, the sword's original owner.
7"Atomic Android / Soft Spot"[29]Baljeet Rai
Pierre Gilles
Paul Herve
Matthieu Pitschon
July 26, 2016 (2016-07-26)

Atomic Android: When Joey realizes that Warren knows his secret identity, he gets Robo-Ron to build him a mechanical duplicate as a red herring.

Soft Spot: AP becomes a gentle pacifist after being washed with fabric softener.
8"Ultimate Collection / Media Darlings"[34]Evan Thaler Hickey
Brad Birch
Dipesh Mistry
Etienne Guignard
July 27, 2016 (2016-07-27)

Ultimate Collection: Joey goes on a quest to complete his collection of 132 Captain Atomic action figures when he learns there is a one-of-a-kind 133rd.

Media Darlings: Joey and AP compete with a new hair salon for media attention.
9"Something Chicken / Bucket List"[34]Craig Martin
Evan Thaler Hickey
Jeff Bittle
Helder Mendonca
October 31, 2016 (2016-10-31)

Something Chicken: Joey and AP battle the Werechicken, a mutant chicken created by Rudolph Mintenberg that becomes a monster when exposed to moonlight.

Bucket List: Joey and AP travel through time when Joey finds a list of superhero challenges he made when he was six.
10"Big Blowout / Quick Draw"[35]Baljeet Rai
Albert Pereira-Lazaro & Manu Klotz
Khalil Ben Naamane
Terry Michaud
July 28, 2016 (2016-07-28)

Big Blowout: AP becomes more aggressive and bossy after being hit by the slime of a mucus-spewing monster.

Quick Draw: Joey and AP meet Mr. Inkwood, a crazed comic book artist with a grudge against Captain Atomic who gains powers after his pet octopus is affected by toxic waste.
11"Atomic Goo / AP vs. Disastro II"[36]Albert Pereira-Lazaro & Manu Klotz
Craig Martin
Guilain De Aguiar
Alexandre Viano
July 29, 2016 (2016-07-29)

Atomic Goo: Joey and AP accidentally super-glue themselves together, leaving them stuck in superhero form.

AP vs Disastro II: Bubbles becomes an evil genius intent on destroying AP after eating a new genetically-modified brand of cat food.
12"Absorbo-Lad / Bend It Like Joey"[37]Pierre-Gilles StehrPaul Herve
Dipesh Mistry
September 30, 2016 (2016-09-30)

Absorbo-Lad: Atomic Puppet and the Justice Alliance battle Absorbo-Lad, a villain who can steal super-powers with his touch.

Bend It Like Joey: Atomic Puppet and the Justice Alliance play soccer against alien invaders.
13"Erlenmeyer's Revenge / Mole Men"[38]Baljeet Rai
Brad Birch
Jeremy O'Neill
Bruno Issaly
September 16, 2016 (2016-09-16)

Erlenmeyer's Revenge: Ms. Erlenmeyer comes back to Joey's school as Queen Mindbender and hypnotizes everyone except Pauline and AP.

Mole Men: Atomic Puppet battles a race of subterranean mole people who have sunk Mega City's structures and kidnapped Pauline.
14"Survival Of The Feltest / Tick'd Off"[39]John McKinnon & Kyle Marshall
Travis Williams
Kyle Marshall
Jeremy O'Neill & Jeff Barker
August 2, 2016 (2016-08-02)

Survival of the Feltest: Joey and Phil go on a father-son camping trip.

Tick'd Off: Joey finds a talking redneck tick on the back of his neck who quickly makes a nuisance of himself.
15"Surf 'N Turf / Monster Truck Invasion"[40]Peter Saisselin
Jérôme Erbin & Eddy Fluchon
Bruno Issaly
Alexandre Viano
August 3, 2016 (2016-08-03)

Surf 'N Turf: Joey and AP help King Hydronomous, ruler of the deep, battle the villainous Megalo-Don.

Monster Truck Invasion: Joey and Phil go to a daredevil and monster truck rally that's actually a trap set up by Zorp to capture the people of Mega City and defeat Atomic Puppet.
16"Snow Maniac / Hero's Holiday"[41]Craig Martin
Brad Birch
Matthieu Pitshcon
Jeremy O'Neill
December 3, 2016 (2016-12-03)

Snow Maniac: After defeating the evil Snow Maniac, Joey and AP find out that she has returned in the form of Abigail's snowman to bring eternal winter to Mega City.

Hero's Holiday: AP encounters the Hero of Holidays Past, Present, and Future in the series' take on A Christmas Carol.
17"Brawl-For-All / Down and Out Dyna-Moe"[42]Eddy Fluchon
Baljeet Raj
Bruno Issaly
Matthew Pitschon
December 27, 2016 (2016-12-27)

Brawl-For-All: Atomic Puppet competes in a wrestling match against retired champion Manatee-Man to raise charity money.

Down and Out Dyna-Moe: Atomic Puppet meets a country superhero named Dyna-Moe, who has been chased from his home by his archenemy Dirtbag, and the Mayor makes him Mega City's new protector.
18"Mookie's Got the Power / Buck Monkey"[43]Peter Saisselin
Pierre-Gilles Stehr
Bruno Issaly
Alexandre Viano
January 5, 2017 (2017-01-05)

Mookie's Got the Power: Mookie starts to develop superpowers after he swallows an alien crystal, but they wildly spiral out of control.

Buck Monkey: Zorp mind controls a celebrity chimpanzee astronaut named Buck McDowall in order to get close to Atomic Puppet.
19"These Shoes / Truce or Consequences"[44]Brian Hartigan
Ann Austen
Guilian De Aguiar
Paul Herve
February 2, 2017 (2017-02-02)

These Shoes: Joey finds a pair of shoes called Lacer A.I. Hypertops, but the shoes are much more dangerous than they appear.

Truce or Consequences: Atomic Puppet crashes Princess War Tickle's party when they learn that she is planning a hero-villain truce with Professor Tite-Gripp.
20"Atomic Weakness / Private Proton"[45]Craig Martin
Brian Hartigan
Guilain De Aguilar
Paul Herve
February 3, 2017 (2017-02-03)

Atomic Weakness: Chief Kevlar, the hot-tempered head of Mega City's police force, gets his hands on a power-draining meteorite that he uses to put an end to Atomic Puppet's vigilantism.

Private Proton: Mookie alters Joey's mind so Joey will adore him instead of Captain Atomic and will be unable to recognize AP.
21"The Switch / Lacer Takes Over"[46]Ann Austen
Baljeet Raj
Helder Mendonca
Paul Herve
February 6, 2017 (2017-02-06)

The Switch: AP and Princess War Tickle get their minds switched.

Lacer Takes Over: Lacer's A.I. takes over the body of Travis, a Ken-like doll that AP treats as a close friend.
22"Worm Boy Part 1 / Worm Boy Part 2"[47]Ann AustenHelder MendoncaFebruary 7, 2017 (2017-02-07)

Worm Boy Part 1: Joey gains the abilities of a silkworm after being bitten by a silkworm, but loses his ability to merge with AP as a result.

Worm Boy Part 2: Joey is captured by the insect-themed supervillain Bug-Man, who intends to steal Joey's new powers.
23"Hero Hall of Fame / Parallel Puppet"Brad Birch
Brad Birch
Bruno Issal
Matthew Pitschon
February 16, 2017 (2017-02-16)

Hero Hall of Fame: Joey and AP go to see Captain Atomic's indoctrination into the Hero Hall of Fame, but Mookie arrives to try steal the spotlight.

Parallel Puppet: Joey and AP encounter evil versions of themselves from a parallel universe and have to figure out how to send them home.
24"Lil' AP / Pinched Nerves"[48]Mathilde Maraninchi & Antonin Poiree
John McKinnon & Kyle Marshall
Guilain de Aguiar
Jeff Barker & Steve Stefanelli
February 17, 2017 (2017-02-17)

Lil' AP: Queen Mindbender reduces the minds of everyone in Mega City, including AP, into those of young children.

Pinched Nerves: Joey gets badly shaken from almost accidentally killing Phil while chasing after a criminal and decides to take a break from being a superhero.
25"Mintenberg's Armor / Claude Returns"[49]Brad Birch
Brad Birch
Jeremy O'Neill
Alexandre Viano
February 20, 2017 (2017-02-20)

Mintenberg's Armour: Mintenberg creates a superpowered mechanical suit to become Atomic Puppet's partner when he buys them a secret lair.

Claude Returns: Captain Atomic's powerless clone Claude (pronounced "clode") is unfrozen by Mookie and poses as Captain Atomic.
26"The Big Shift Part 1 & Part 2"John McKinnon & Brad BirchBrian CoughlanFebruary 21, 2017 (2017-02-21)

The Big Shift Part 1: On the one year anniversary of Atomic Puppet's first appearance and Captain Atomic's "disappearance", Mookie tells everyone that he killed Captain Atomic in one last attempt to make them accept him as their hero. Meanwhile, Joey and AP argue over if everyone should know that AP is Captain Atomic.

The Big Shift Part 2: Mookie teams up with Professor Tite-Gripp to lead a prison outbreak and destroy Atomic Puppet once and for all.

Music[edit]

Music composed and performed by Amaury Bernier & David Gana of D&A Factory[50]

Broadcast[edit]

The first season is designed as 52 segments that are 11 minutes each.[51] Atomic Puppet debuted on Disney XD in the United States on July 18, 2016. The series aired on Teletoon in Canada on September 11, 2016, and Disney XD in Australia. In Latin America, it began airing on Nickelodeon on May 9, 2018, In Scandinavia, it began airing on Cartoon Network on August 6, 2018.

Reception[edit]

The series was nominated in 2017 for two Annie Awards: Outstanding Achievement in Character Animation in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production and Outstanding Achievement in Storyboarding in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production.[52] It was also nominated for a Reuben Award in the category of Television Animation, alongside The Loud House and The Simpsons, in 2016 by the National Cartoonists Society.[53]

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