Mighty Magiswords

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Mighty Magiswords
Mighty Magiswords logo.png
Created by Kyle Carrozza
Directed by
  • Nick Bertonazzi, Jr. (animation)
  • Ken Mitchroney (supervising)
Starring
Kyle Carrozza
Grey Griffin
Theme music composer Kyle Carrozza
Andy Paley
Opening theme "Mighty Magiswords", performed by Dan Avidan and Kyle Carrozza
Composer(s)
  • Kyle Carrozza
  • Andy Paley
  • Jake Posner
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 92[1] (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Kyle Carrozza
Producer(s)
  • Brent Tanner
  • Nick Bertonazzi, Jr. (supervising producer)
Editor(s) Tom Browngardt
Running time 11 minutes (TV series)
3–5 minutes (Shorts)
Production company(s) Cartoon Network Studios
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original network
Audio format Dolby Digital 2.0
Original release May 6, 2015 (2015-05-06) – present
External links
Website

Mighty Magiswords is an American Flash animated fantasy-comedy television series created by Kyle Carrozza specifically for Cartoon Network Video, being as the network's first online original series. The web shorts officially premiered online on May 6, 2015 as well as the interactive games shown in the app Cartoon Network Anything.

On June 13, 2016, it was confirmed that Mighty Magiswords was picked up as a full-length TV series and premiered on September 29, 2016 on Cartoon Network.[2] A sneak peek of the episode "Mushroom Menace" aired on September 5, 2016, prior to the official premiere date.

On February 9, 2017, Mighty Magiswords was renewed for a second season which premiered on April 30, 2018 as well as a new mobile game, Surely You Quest (in tie with its previous mobile game, MagiMobile).[3] On August 24, 2018, the remaining second season episodes were released on the Cartoon Network App, but no information was given at that time as to when they would air.[4]

Premise[edit]

The series is about Vambre and Prohyas, a cute and clumsy sibling team of "Warriors for Hire", who go on hilarious adventures and crazy quests around the world to find and collect magical swords known as "Magiswords".[5]

Magiswords[edit]

A Magisword is a sword that contains a specific magical ability based on its design. There are many magiswords scattered across the land and Vambre and Prohyas go around to collect them, while also using magiswords they previously collected. Magiswords can also be bought at the Mount Ma'all in Ralpho's House of Swords, others are one-of-a-kind that can be found in certain areas of the Rhyboflaven kingdom. Some magiswords are also living entities that can speak human language or get sick, such as Zombie Pumpkin Magisword and Dolphin Magisword.

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
PilotAugust 15, 2015 (2015-08-15)
152September 29, 2016 (2016-09-29)April 29, 2018 (2018-04-29)
240April 30, 2018 (2018-04-30)TBA 2019

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Kyle Carrozza – Prohyas Warrior, Announcer, Young Prohyas, Grup the Dragon, Nohyas, Old Man Oldman, Slug Burger Clerk, Tree-J, Hambus, Zombie Pumpkin Magisword, Robopiggeh, Oinkus Oinkus Magisword, Attractive Voice Magisword, Snowmanpire, Underground Handbeast, Goomer, Frankylo, Attacktus ("Attacktus" only), Prug, Squirrels, Helmut ("Warriors for Hire" only), Translator, Biblia Tick, Monkey Chunks, Baby Snowman, Swish Navy Magisword (voice), Naso (voice), Bird Call Magisword, Plunderbite, Pirate 7, Long Underwear Wolf, Wolf Translator, Reginald, Handbre, Wobbles, Parrot Scissor Magisword, Frank Paul, Bunky Bunkington III, Broccoli Man, Bird, Gorilla, Sharkblade Magisword, Broccoli Spider, Little Piggeh, Squirrel Man Voice, Nord, Weird Kid (Fitz), Officer Zidane Fordor, Officer Eightdor, Cool Ghoul, Frog, Heart Translator, Upright Shark, Francis Thingshooter, Robot Face 2, Obelisk Voice, Galactonian Clerk, Scuttle, Phone, Papparazi 1, Dummy Nohyas, Toilet Bear, Trollblin 2, Chicken Bear, Officer Morris Taurus, Ghost Axe, Spider ("Ghosthate" only), Fish Boot
  • Grey Griffin – Vambre Warrior, Zange, Young Vambre, Mysterious Hooded Woman, Füd, Hot Dog Girl, Calika, Mustachebeard, Scritches O'Stitches ("Case Clothed" only), Borp, Sweet Kotassian, Service Robot, Wall Robot, Delivery Robot, Eunice, Barnacle 2, Kotassian, Bird Call Magisword ("Docky and Buford's Decidedly Pathetic Adventure" only), Professor Mabarnacle, Woman in Mob, Woman 1, Woman 4, Triceratops, Glitter Worm, Dolphin Magisword, Grub, Bunny, Sweet Kotassian, Owl, Transylbaby 2, Boy Hair Monster 2, Robot Voice, Maze, Woman 2 ("What's My Name? Starring Prohyas and Vambre" only), Woman 3 ("What's My Name? Starring Prohyas and Vambre" only), Octopus, Grabby Giraffe Magisword ("Hangry Hangry Hoppus" only)
  • Eric Bauza – Hoppus, Phil, King Rexxtopher, Landfill, Surveillance Dinos, Orange Speckled Stegosaurus, Ninja Kotassian, Vampire Kotassian, Rob Heist, Customer, Chad the Stuff Findin' Ghost, Alex, Justin Bottlenose, Landfill, Surveillance Dinos, Rob Rhinocersheep, Bartendar, Dwight, Homer Bone, Vampire Kotassian, Galactonian Player 2, Teardrop, Cuckoonut, Attacktus (TV series)[6], Cool Ghoul ("Fixing a Flonk" only), Delivery Horse, Under Hand 1, Man 1, Little Girl 1, Octoshark, Frog ("Warts And All" only), Melodey Mackerel, Vladcuum the Inhaler Magisword, Sexy Announcer

Additional voices[edit]

  • Mr. Lawrence – Ralphio,[7] Jest-O The Best-O,[8] Dinosaur, Loch Mess Monster, Helmut (TV Series), Carnivorous Plant Magisword, Worm, Kotassian 2, General Nok Nok, Squideo, Spatula, Weather Gnome ("Ain't that a Kick in the Side" only), Portly Lord, Coin Purse ("Too Commercial" only)
  • Lindsay Smith-Carrozza – Witchy Simone, Lady Hiss, Pterodactyl, Baby Pterodactyl, Kickica, Scritches O'Stitches, Announcer Lady, Crowd Woman, Tiny Squid, Slime 2, Witchy Sparkles' Bear, HW-D1, Homeworld Jades, Barnacle 3, Cheerleader Girl, Witch Toy, Attack Bird, Stegoropteryx, Cat Head, Pterodactyl ("Let's Team Up, Because We Aren't Bad Friends" only)
  • Arin Hanson – Gateaux, Delivery Man Steve, Zonq, Fibby Croax, Purrlance, Birda, Sir Barron, Sir Dancealot, Sir Liesalott, Krakov, Boss Slime, Dr. Pizzaz, Officiant, Squid, Passe Pirate 1, Mote Hooligan, Butterfly, Blender, Centipede, Man 2, Man 3, Man 4, Catering Elf, Book
  • Phil LaMarr[9] – Noville, Long James Pirate Mayor, Man 5, Phone Chatter, Sailor Sidney, Monitor (popup window), Old Guy, The Tall Uninteresting One, Nerd Bot, Cornan, Slime 1, Bear, Alphabeast, Trollblin 4, Man 1 ("Fixing a Flonk" only), Little Boy 1, Little Boy 3, Frog Toy, Wreckoning Cat, Sidney Bird, Velociraptor ("Let's Team Up, Because We Aren't Bad Friends" only), Trollblin ("Let's Team Up, Because We Aren't Bad Friends" only), Evil Tree 4
  • Hal Lublin[10] – Omnibus,[11] Smashroom, Ice Posey, Crunch Dislikus, Punchica, Pirate 08, Shopkeeper, Toots, Toad, Crowd Man, Galactonian Player 1, Shadow Beast, Hootlydoot, Galactonian Grey Griffin, Store, Valet, Horse King
  • Mary Faber[12] – Morbidia (TV Series), Gracie, Snow Hat, Squirrel, Owl, Kotassian Kid, Natasha the Spider, Piggypie Jones Toy
  • Luke Ski – Skullivan, Docky Boardman,[13] Nyando, Cattus the One Blade, Fisherman, Prohyas' Stomach ("Vambre's Brain" only), Sea Monster, Brocolli Stand Merchant, Number 9, Birds, Dr. Green Stalk, Weather Gnome, Cat Guy, Pugcake, Borfl Guard, MHW's Pet Rat, Cheerleader Boy, Rhybonigma, Man 2, Man 4, Miner, Whirlwind, Eel Monster, Shell Dino 2, Ginger Ale, Rock Monster, Ghost Magisword
  • Candi Milo[9] – Morbidia ("Too Many Warriors" only),[13] Dolphin Magisword (EP02 only), Vambre's Brain, Plush Zombie, Grand Poobah, Mascott, Queen Salmon Ella, Spider, Woman 1, Mrs. Tundrala, Transylbaby 1, Ice Cream and Witch, Justin Bottlenose Posse Person 2, Barnacle 4, Sealdebeast, Sheep Bird, Decibel Bird, Girl Hair Monster, Boy Hair Monster, Owl ("The Pecking Order)", Fly, Frog Toy ("Warts and All" only), Hydra Head, Tarts, Zombee 1
  • Jim Cummings – Keeper of the Mask,[14] Buford, Man 3, Face of Barren Faceland, Talking Cauldron, Wolf, Hord Forlom, Pupasa Monster, Matt ("Buford and Docky's Decidedly Pathetic Adventures" only)
  • Townsend Coleman[15] – Neddy the Mallet, Beeswax Crown, Cricket, Red Herring, Galoot, Glitter Worm Monster, Meatler, Milloman, Giant Slug, Man 3, Matt ("What's My Name? Starring Prohyas and Vambre" only)
  • Jess Harnell[16] – Bag Puppets, Füd Fit Theme Sing Singer, The Floretifier, Matt ("Broccoli Punch" only), Baghyas, Bag Puppet Omnibus
  • Ken Mitchroney – Mr. Packard, House, Sales Deer, Deerius the Furious, Coin Purse, Jack Hoppity, Maple Wyrm, Cruller Donut
  • Tom Kenny – Taunting Jester Magisword[8], Jack O'Lantern Frost
  • Kyle Massey[17] – Mr. Spoony, Brachiosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Long Underwear Wolf ("Fixing a Flonk" only), Kaijuburger, Evil Tree 1
  • Kate Micucci – Penny Plasm,[18] Baby, Bimm, Distressed Princess
  • Bill Kopp – Man Fish the Fish Man, Eel, Boot, Monster Toupee, Centipede 1 & 2, Seaslug-Chan, Justin Bottlenose Posse Person 1, Vendor, Sea Sponge, Vortex Donut, Bear Claw, King Chilidonut, Jeff, Dino[6], Cursed Garlic Magisword, Vendor
  • Dana Gould – Norman Warrior, Fish Pirate, Underhand 2
  • Renee Albert – Kablammica Warrior, Kotassian 1, Broccoli Piece
  • Judy Tenuta – Queen Porcina[19]
  • Pete Holmes – Teri Gargantuan,[20] Thaddeus Thirdwell III
  • Brian Posehn – Tracy, Logan
  • Fred Stoller – Bobbipher, Robot Face 1
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic – Papa Kotassian
  • Erica Luttrell – Glori[21], Cheerleader Cat
  • Rider Strong[22] – Familiar, Bite Beast, Passe Pirate 2, Monster 2, Glori's Monster, Bite Beast 1, Bite Beast 2
  • Jack McBrayer[23] – Snax, Orb-Bot, Matt ("Continue?" only)
  • Gilbert Gottfried[24] – Prohyas' Stomach (TV Series)
  • Eddie Pepitone – DeBizz
  • Dave Coulier[25] – Murray Williams, Average Pumpkin Magisword, Evil Tree 5
  • Rob Paulsen[9][26] – Professor Cyrus, Enchanted Tree, Singing Snowman, Mr. Tundrala, Weather Gnome, Tentacle Monster, Botticelli the Tortoise, Fox, Box Gnome, Water Bear
  • Jeff Bennett[9] – Sir Grimmsibald Femursworth
  • Dave "Gruber" Allen – Frostferatu, Cold Foot, Gennystein Monster 1, Ice Gargoyle ("Transylbabies" only), Tooth Fairy
  • Maria Bamford[27] – Tara Byte 11.0[28]
  • Micky Dolenz[28] – Wendell the Love Grub
  • Johnny Yong Bosch [29] – Broccoli Punch, Brock L. Doccoli, Gruntion 1[30], Whiney, Giant Monster
  • Paul Schrier[31] – Flonk[32], Broccoli Punch Toy, Mouse
  • Victor Courtright – Mr. Flummocks, Amoeba, Trollblin 1
  • Renie Rivas[33] – Ramblyboo, Pelican, Scarriet, Nohandas, Luchador Announcer, Girl 1, Blowfish, Age Cow, Ladolion, Snake, Madoomsa Tunic, Evil Tree 2
  • Rosearik Rikki Simons[34] – Red Trollblin, Baby Kotassian, Kotassian 3, Borfl ("Get That Borfl" only), Magimobile ("Get That Borfl" only), Robo Tank, Cat, Dill, Electric Eel Magisword ("To Balderly Go" only), Catthulu, Goat, Mountain Lion, Piggypie Jones, Man 1, Little Boy 2, Cat 1, Shell Dino 1, Borfl Sign, Bear ("The Pecking Order" only), Foxbearsquatch, Giant Silent Guardian, Woim, Level 11 Butterfly, Golem
  • Mark Fite[35] – Blue Trollblin, Krazy Kotassian, Prohyas' Heart, Pickle C
  • Haley Mancini[36] – Witchy Sparkles, Aurora the Sorceress, Queen Bumblia, Zombee 2
  • Robbie Rist[37] – Frankie Jupiter, Singing Announcer
  • Michaela Dietz[38] – Danelda
  • Maurice LaMarche – Belch, Con, Man 4
  • Gabrielle Sanalitro – Auto Style Magisword, Market Lady (credited as Gaby Sanaltrino)
  • Bonnie Gordon[39] – Barnacle 1, Narwhal Magisword, Dolphin-Chan, Nana Mewfles, Woman 1, Woman 3, Little Girl 2, Kandy Carrots, Donut Guard, Slime, Winter Hat Scarab, Worm
  • Jinkx Monsoon – Hairmosa
  • Roz Ryan – Steel Magnolia
  • Dan Avidan – Dan
  • Greg Cipes – Noel Trollblin[40], Frog Monster, Evil Tree 6
  • Paget Brewster – Veronica Victorious
  • Mike Quinn – Agnes Packard
  • Lauren Tom – Toni Sento
  • Billy West – Herman, Pterodactyl, Spiffy the Sphinx[6]
  • Richard Horvitz – Ghosthopper, Kricket Knight
  • Ian Jones-Quartey – Radicles

Background and production[edit]

Mighty Magiswords is created by Kyle Carrozza, an animator, voice actor, musician and storyboard artist who currently writes songs for The FuMP and was previously the creator, storyboard artist and voice actor for his short "MooBeard: The Cow Pirate" on Nicktoons Network series, Random! Cartoons. Produced in Flash animation, this series is the first original cartoon show on Cartoon Network made specifically for online.[5] These characters were created by Kyle when he was at high school in 1996[41] and was pitched to Cartoon Network in 2005–2006 under the names "Legendary Warriors for Hire" and to Mondo Media[42] in 2007–2008 as "Dungeons and Dayjobs"[43] before Cartoon Network picked it up in 2013. Most of the series is done in-house at Cartoon Network Studios, with the original shorts animated by their newly-established Flash unit, while the overseas mid-production was done at Malaysian animation studio, Inspidea.

Broadcast[edit]

The Mighty Magiswords short-form series premiered on Cartoon Network in Australia and New Zealand on January 16, 2016. Cartoon Network Australia aired a sneak peek premiere of the full-length series on December 10, 2016.[44] Mighty Magiswords will premiere as a full series in Australia on January 16, 2017.[45]

Mighty Magiswords premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States on September 29, 2016 and aired on its sister channel Boomerang on 29 May 2018.[46] Mighty Magiswords fully premiered on Cartoon Network UK on April 8, 2017 and aired on CITV on April 6, 2018[47].[48][49]

On Cartoon Network Africa, the shorts premiered in January 2017, and the show fully premiered in March 2017.[50] The series also premiered in India on May 6, 2017.[51]

Reception[edit]

The show has received mixed to negative reviews. Emily Ashby of Common Sense Media wrote, "...Short on substance or value. Kids may not learn much from watching, but they'll undoubtedly enjoy the characters' antics and the laughable mayhem that ensues when each new magisword gets put to use."[52]

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