The Amazing World of Gumball
The Amazing Volume 1
Network continue to produce whacky, fun and entertaining TV series and
The Amazing World of Gumball is no exception to that rule. I mean
what cartoon series would focuses on a Gumball (Logan Grove) whose best
friend is a piece of Toast called Anton and his dad is a 6'4" bunny
while his brother is a Goldfish (Kwesi Boakye). Whaaaa? That's right and
that's the world of Gumball and then you can throw in other weird
characters like a T-Rex and even a Peanut in this colourful cast of
Best of all,
The Amazing World of Gumball can be watched by both children and adults
as the humour successfully manages to cross a variety of generations.
Another highlight of the series is that it uses 2D animated characters
merged with a variety of bizarre effects like photographic backgrounds,
computer graphics and even puppets. The result is something spectacular,
quite colourful and even 3D like as we follow the adventures of Gumball.
old Hanna Barbera cartoons of yesterday, each episode has a theme and
generally all of the characters get involved in some mayhem before the
episode miraculously resolves itself. As mentioned, the comedy of this
cartoon series can be enjoyed by everyone and there's lots of antics to
laugh out loud at. It's just freaky!
Bananas to Cheerleader Peanuts, The Amazing World of Gumball is probably
the strangest children's show available but there's something quite
likeable about this colourful assortment of characters that not only
produce entertaining episodes but sometimes there is a hidden meaning to
Amazing World of Gumball, the Amazing Volume 1 really goes beyond
the traditional stereotypes of children TV series and could almost be
described as Japanese due to the wackiness of the characters. To
compliment the strange characters and stories, the animation is quite
stylised and really helps bring out the characters due to the various
animation techniques used. On DVD it looks quite bright and vibrant
which is matched by decent sound to create a fun cartoon series.
If you want
something a little different, than why not check out The Amazing World
of Gumball on DVD!