January 27, 2021



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Best known from stage and screen, she branched out into voice acting in her later career including playing Granny Goodness in Justice League Action and Hool in Elena of Avalor. 

January 23, 2021



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Among his many appearances outside of his own radio and television programs, he appeared as himself in two episodes of Sesame Street.

January 22, 2021



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He starred in and produced The Magic Land of Allakazam alongside his wife and one of his sons. It established him as one of the first television magicians and gave credibility to magic as televised entertainment, as well as inspired legions of future magicians.



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Best known for her role in Babylon 5, she also lent her voice as Silver Sable in episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series.

January 17, 2021



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He reprised his role as Oliver Hardy from Hanna-Barbera’s earlier animated series for The New Scooby-Doo Movies as well as additional voices, voiced Wimper in Clue Club, Crazy Claws in The Kwicky Koala Show, Bort in an episode of The Mighty Orbots, and Captain Horatio Huffenpuff in Beany and Cecil (1988). He also provided voices for The Funky Phantom, Yogi’s Gang, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels, Yogi’s Space Race, The New Fred and Barney Show, Richie Rich, Foofur and The Smurfs.



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He served as a story director for The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang, Laverne & Shirley in the Army and The Smurfs, a storyboard artist on an episode of Mother Goose and Grimm and Animaniacs, and a prop designer for two episodes of Histeria!

January 15, 2021



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He played The Pharaoh on Electra Woman and Dyna Girl; Charles Baxter in an episode of Batman: The Animated Series; an aged Peter Parker/Spider-Man and provided additional voices in episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series; Abin Sur and a Guardian of the Universe in an episode of Superman: The Animated Series; and Winchell in an episode of Batman Beyond. 

January 09, 2021




(Canal J, December 2, 2016-September 24, 2018 FR
ThisTV, September 30, 2017-January 7, 2018
Discovery Family, October 14, 2017-December 15, 2018
Netflix, November 1, 2017-September 13, 2018)


Zagtoon, Method Animation, SAMG Animation, MNC Animation, SK Broadband, De Agostini Editore, ON Kids & Family, Man of Action Studios, DQ Entertainment




Marc Duquenoy (French) & Chris Smith (English) – Crogar
Olivier Podesta (French) & Max Mittelman (English) – Caramba
Elodie Menant (French) & Reba Buhr (English) – Clovis
Jérôme Wiggins (French) & Kyle Hebert (English) – Calabrass
Julien Chatelet (French) – Skullivar
Keith Silverstein (as David Roach, English) – Skullivar, Anubis, Zak’s father



            13-year-old competitive surfer Zak Storm (Hervé Grull & Michael Johnston) decided to go out and catch the perfect wave while “borrowing” his father’s lucky necklace. Unknown to him, the necklace actually contained the mystical Eye of Beru which caused him to be sucked by a giant wave into the Bermuda Triangle where a strange world awaited comprised of everything and everyone ever lost within. He was picked up by a sentient pirate ship called the Chaos, which came complete with a magical talking sword name Calabrass (Jérôme Wiggins & Kyle Hebert, using a traditional pirate accent). The only way for Zak to get home was to unite the seven magical seas within the Triangle.

Zak with Calabrass and the seven Eyes.

            Calabrass was actually the key to doing this, as he was able to activate the waypoint in each of the seas. He also possessed the eye of each sea (originally planned to be only four Eyes to represent the sides of a triangle), embedded in the gear around his face. Those allowed him to access powers and give his wielder armor when selected, as well as allowed him to transform into other kinds of weapons. The Eye of Blazz from the Sea of Fire turned him into a flaming sword with fire abilities or a shield of black stone; the Eye of Sino from the Sea of Ice turned him into a frozen sword with ice abilities; the Eye of Dezer from the Sea of Sands turned him into a hammer or club that could raise stone pillars from the ground, or stone shield; the Eye of Aeria from the Sea of Storms turned him into an axe or a shield made of lightning and gave him electrical powers; the Eye of Beru from the Sea of Water turned him into a water cannon or a shield with four nozzles that fired water jets; the Eye of Vapir from the Sea of Shadows turned him into a staff or a double-edged blade made of smoke and gained smoke abilities; and the Eye of Zite from the Sea of Stars turned into an axe or a shuriken attached to a flail and gave him spirit powers, which allowed him to project himself and others into astral forms. Zak summoned the powers by requesting a particular Eye, which was followed by a stock transformation sequence. The only limitation was that Calabrass often needed a rest after utilizing each Eye.

            With a ship and a sword, of course Zak also needed a crew. His first recruit was a ghost who took up residence on the Chaos before Zak’s arrival named Clovis (Elodie Menant & Reba Buhr, using a cockney accent). Clovis was a carefree spirit who loved to play pranks on people, and was born sometime in 19th Century England. He had lost his body somewhere and hoped to one day find it. CeCe (who had purple skin in early promotional material, voiced by Marie Nonnenmacher & Christine Marie Cabanos) was an Atlantean princess who could breathe underwater, was a proficient fighter, and had great leadership skills. She became Zak’s first mate, and he also developed a crush on her. Crogar (Marc Duquenoy & Chris Smith) was a 15-year-old Viking pirate and the muscle of the crew, always shouting “Ragnarok!” when charging into battle. Caramba (Olivier Podesta & Max Mittelman) was a small, green alien known as a Wahoolian. He got around in a round, yellow exoskeleton and was technologically proficient, making him the mechanic of the Chaos. He was also an incredible coward. Since every member of the crew’s name began with a “C” (Zak’s real first name was Conrad), they decided to call themselves the Seven C’s.

Skullivar, Golden Bones and their skeleton army.

            Standing in their way was the evil Skullivar (Julien Chatelet & David Roach), an undead despot who sought to conquer the Triangle by claiming the Eyes and Calabrass for himself. To that end, he had his own Eye made: the Eye of Netherwhere, which gave Calabrass Skullivar’s abilities and turned him evil when applied. Serving Skullivar was Golden Bones (Benjamin Van Meggelen & Matthew Mercer), a golden mechanical skeleton with a hooked hand. Bones commanded Skullivar’s mechanical skeleton army as well as The Demoniac, a haunted World War II frigate. Other foes include the various waypoint guardians: powerful mystical beings who could move the waypoints at will and control the environments they’re located in, such as Anubis (Silverstein) in Dezer; and the Lemurians, another underwater race at war with the Atlanteans. The character designs were handled by Kamel Tazit, Nicholas Vulajaj and Philippe Guyenne.

The Seven C's on the Chaos.

            Zak Storm was created by Man of Action—a collective of comic book writers Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly and Steven T. Seagle—and developed by Zagtoon with Method Animation, SAMG Animation, MNC Animation, SK Broadband, De Agostini Editore, and DQ Entertainment. It made its debut on France’s Canal J on December 2, 2016 and gradually made its way to other countries and markets over the next two years. It was slated to make its English-dubbed debut on Discovery Family on September 16, 2017, but was delayed until October 14th. Instead, the English dub originally premiered on ThisTV’s KidsClick programming block on September 30th. Beginning November 1st, episodes would become available for viewing in groups on Netflix; sometimes predating their televised broadcasts towards the later episodes.

Zak using the Eye of Sino power.

            Writers included Man of Action, Sébastien Thibaudeau, Julien Magnat, Pierre-Alain Chartier, Emmanuel Leduc, Romain van Liemt, Nicolas Verpilleux, Damian Smith, Dominique Latil, François Déon, Marie Eynard, Armand Robin, Augustin Mas, Stephanie Tallon, Valérie Chappellet, Oliver Croset, Cyril Tysz, Guillaume Enard, Guillaume Mautalent, Sébastien Oursel, Anne Ricaud, Matthieu Choquet, and Pascal Stervinou. Thibaudeau, Choquet, Liemt and Tysz served as the story editors. The theme was composed by Jeremy Zag with Andy Zag and Amanda Williams and performed by Noam Kaniel. Jeremy and Williams also handled the series’ score.

The Demoniac.

New episodes ran their course by the end of 2018; however, producer Jeremy Zag has stated that they were given a greenlight for a second season. Despite release dates of early 2019 and late 2020, the second season had yet to reach broadcast and Zak Storm merchandise was no longer available through Zag’s official store as of this writing. Zagtoon partnered with Bandai to handle the show’s merchandising. Bandai subsequently released a series of 3” action figures, playsets and two of Calabrass’ forms. Each toy came with a token that could be utilized with the mobile game also made by Bandai. The game could be played along with episodes of the series in order to unlock special in-game awards or mini-games. In 2018, Dragon d’Or published five books adapting an episode each, all credited to On Entertainment. Additional merchandise included a Halloween costume of Zak by Palamon, various styles of backpacks, and an embroidered cap.

One of the United Kingdom DVDs.

Shout! Factory released four volumes with 8 episodes each between 2018 and 2020. A fifth volume was released in international markets, with Dazzler Media handling the United Kingdom releases, Koch Media in Italy and Eden Germany GmbH in Germany. Clips and segments from the series are available to view on its official YouTube channel and in full on Netflix.


EPISODE GUIDE (TTV=ThisTV, DF=Discovery Family, N=Netflix, FR=France):

“Origins, Part 1” (12/2/16 FR, 9/30/17 TTV) – Zak’s father’s necklace sends him into the Bermuda Triangle where he’s tasked with uniting and commanding the Seven Seas in order to return home.


“Origins, Part 2” (12/3/16 FR, 10/14/17 DF) – Cece steals Calabrass from Zak in order to get out of the Triangle, but ends up joining his crew when she faces down Golden Bones with him.


“Morlock the Unstoppable” (12/4/16 FR, 10/21/17 DF) – Zak goes on a treasure hunt to prove he’s a worth captain, but Golden Bones beats him to it and assembles a dangerous new foe from it.


“Witch Overboard” (12/5/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – Carama is knocked overboard and finds an ancient locket that allows the powerful shadow queen held inside to take over his form.


“Freezing Point” (12/6/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – The Seven C’s rescue an ice wyvern egg from Golden Bones just as it hatches and bonds with Crogar.


“The Voice of Chaos” (12/7/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – Evading Demoniac puts the Chaos right into a tornado field with a damaged engine.


“Troll Driving” (12/8/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – Mistaking his exoskeleton for a golden ball, Caramba gets kidnapped by some sea trolls while repairing the Chaos.


“The Seas Seven” (12/9/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – The Seven C’s must reclaim a powerful Atlantean weapon from Skullivar.


“Spirited Away” (12/11/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – When Clovis is kidnapped by two ghosts, Zak, Calabrass and CeCe have seven hours to rescue him before becoming stuck in the ghost forms they had to adopt.


“The Swap” (12/11/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – Clovis’ clumsiness while infiltrating Golden Bones’ ship allows him to take the Chaos and Calabrass.


“A Jellyfish of Legend” (12/12/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – The Seven C’s vow to protect a mythical jellyfish from all the sailors that seek to take advantage of it.


“Lemuria Attacks” (12/13/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – CeCe is targeted for capture as a prize in the war between Lemuria and Atlantis.


“Mutiny on the Demoniac” (12/14/16 FR, 11/1/17 N) – Clovis becomes human again and leads an insurrection on the Demoniac after he’s captured.


“Forged in Fire” (12/30/17 FR, 5/12/18 DF) – Calabrass gets damaged when Zak accidentally springs a trap, and Golden Bones attacks them when they take him to the primordial flame to fix him.


“The Shipwrecked in the Sand” (1/6/18 FR, 5/19/18 DF) – The Seven C’s head to the Sea of Dezer to look for the lock and end up confronted by its guardian.


“Prison Break” (1/13/18 FR, 5/26/18 DF) – The Seven C’s attempt to free legendary pirate Alan Gamble from prison.


“The Bermuda Apocalypse” (1/20/18 FR, 6/2/18 DF) – The Seven C’s set out to find a spaceship that crashed in order to make use of its technology.


“The Last Flight of Icarus” (1/27/18 FR, 6/9/18 DF) – The Seven C’s try to acquire a flying machine so that Zak can investigate the Lock of Beru.


“The Labyrinth of Minotaur” (2/3/18 FR, 6/16/18 DF) – The Seven C’s venture into a labyrinth to get a rare crystal to fix Caramba’s exoskeleton.


“Lighthouse of the Soul” (2/10/18 FR) – Golden Bones tries to take advantage of the Lighthouse of Marituga’s fading out while The Seven C’s venture inside it.


“Crogar the Terrible” (2/17/18 FR, 9/13/18 N) – Crogar is captured and hypnotized into servitude by a sinister mermaid.


“Eye of the Cyclone” (2/24/18 FR, 9/13/18 N) – The Seven C’s help an aerian open the waypoint of Aeria, but something seems off about their new ally.


“Escape from Netherwhere” (3/3/18 FR, 9/13/18 N) – The Seven C’s team-up with Alan to save Caramba and stop a Netherwhere energy bomb from exploding.


“Thermal Shock” (3/10/18 FR, 9/13/18 N) – Golden Bones delivers a thermal shock to the Seven C’s as they try to open the Sino waypoint.


“Trial by Fire” (3/17/18 FR) – Being trapped in a volcano forces Zak to team up with Golden Bones to open the Blazz waypoint and defeat its guardian.


“Calabrass’ Old Friend” (3/24/18 FR) – Calabrass is reunited with an old pirate friend who tries to destroy the Seven C’s.


“Call to Adventure” (3/31/18 FR) – Caramba manages to repair Zak’s phone, but before he can use it he needs to rush off and help Alan.


“The Wiseman” (4/7/18 FR) – A wiseman tells the Seven C’s about a waypoint that will allow them to bypass all the others, but CeCe has her doubts.


“Burn Out” (4/14/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Despite their exhaustion, the Seven C’s agree to help Sassafrass find a Chronos stone that could control time.


“Wrath of Blix” (4/21/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Zak tries to encourage the jellyfish to rebel against Golden Bones, who’s been using them as a power source.


“Calabrass’ Body” (4/2818 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Anubis captures Calabrass and tries to tempt him with the offer of a body of his very own.


“Island of the Lost Children” (5/8/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – The Seven C’s land on an island where they believe children are being terrorized by monsters.


“Tanah Lost” (5/12/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – The Seven C’s have to find a cure after CeCe ends up poisoned in battle.


“Between Stars” (3/18/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Zak has to join up with Sassafras and her daughter to open the Waypoint of Zite.


“Viking Connexion” (3/24/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Crogar puts the crew in danger while attempting to reunite his old Viking crew.


“The Stowaway” (3/24/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – While stuck in the Sea of Sino, the Seven C’s have to contend with sinister duplicates.


“Zak’s Choice” (4/1/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Zak grows increasingly frustrated that they still have two Waypoints to open before he can go home.


“The Lost Orb” (4/13/18 FR, 9/1/18 N) – Tied of Golden Bones’ failures, Skullivar puts Carver in charge and he manages to snatch Calabrass away from Zak.


“The Last Guardian” (9/24/18 FR, 9/1/18N) – The Seven C’s must battle Skullivar, who now possesses an evil Calabrass.

January 08, 2021



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Predominantly known for anime dubbing and video games, he also provided the voices of a referee and Park in episodes of Beyblade Burst and a monkey, a doorman and Thor in episodes of Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty.

January 07, 2021



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Best known as the meek Officer Hooks from the Police Academy series, she played the recurring role of D.I. Holler in The Addams Family (1992).

January 03, 2021



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The former Bond girl was primarily an on-screen actor, but she did lend her voice as Marsha in an episode of The Angry Beavers and an author in an episode of Fillmore!

January 02, 2021




(Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, January 28-December 1, 2019)


Funrise Toys, Bardel Entertainment



Allegra Clark – Felicity
Arturo Sandoval – Miguel
Katie Leigh – Athena
Laila Berzins – Yana



            Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty (not to be confused with Unikity from The LEGO Movie franchise, although you’d be forgiven for doing so) is a product and media line from Funrise Toys. The animated show followed the adventures of Felicity (Allegra Clark), a sassy and fearless magical cat who was part rainbow, part butterfly and part unicorn (possessing rainbow coloring, butterfly wings and a horn as a result). She was able to tap into each aspect of herself by summoning three magical medallions by chanting her name and hitting one of them, transformer her fully into that aspect and enhancing those related abilities. For instance, hitting the butterfly one would elongate her body and grow her wings, giving her quick air speed.  

Felicity flying over Mythlandia.

            Felicity lived in the city of Mythlandia which was, as the name implied, populated by mythological and fairytale creatures such as wizards, giants, dragons, and more. Her best friends included Miguel (Arturo Sandoval), a blue Anubis chihuahua who was down to earth and energetic; Athena (Katie Leigh), a book-smart owl who spoke in monotone; and Yana (originally Betti, voiced by Laila Berzins), a ditzy Yeti that lived in a giant snowglobe. Other characters included the Sun (Michael Sorich), who liked to comment on the goings on below him and could turn into the moon at night; Rudy (Chase Mitchell), a rat who pretended to be a rabbit and often caused trouble for Felicity and her friends; Timmy (Rich Magallanes), a Kraken who also liked to cause trouble; the Sand Crab Man (Doug Stone), a nightgown-wearing sand crab who put the citizens of Mythlandia to sleep every night; Moona (Sara Cravens), a cow who ran the Mythic Malts malt shop where Felicity and her friends liked to hang out; Chippy (Cristina Vee), a chipmunk-like creature; Andy (Kyle Hebert), a dragon; and more.

Group hug! Yana squeezing Miguel, Felicity and Athena.

            Originally, Saban Brands was set to produce the animated series but those plans were abandoned when Saban sold off most of its properties to Hasbro in 2018. Funrise, who was tapped by Saban to handle the show’s merchandising, acquired the full rights through their newly-formed entertainment division. After being postponed from fall 2018, Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty aired a sneak peek January 27, 2019 on Nickelodeon before beginning its official run the next day on Nicktoons. It returned to Nickelodeon on February 10th where its title was shortened to RBUK and the intro cut until going back to Nicktoons on June 21st where it finished out its run with the original intro restored. Each episode was 11-minutes in length, with two combined to form a single half hour until the second Nicktoons run where each one aired individually. “Merry Mythmas” was the only full 22-minute episode of the series. Jetpack Animation acquired the international distribution rights and the show began appearing on Nickelodeon’s international channels and branded programming blocks later in 2019.

Felicity summoning her transformative medallions.

            Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty was developed by Magallanes (who also heads Funrise’s entertainment division) with Mark Palmer. The series was primarily 2D animation with photorealistic elements and other mixed media thrown in; such as a picture of a real kitten hanging in Felicity’s house (which also represented her kitty powers at one point) and a live-action human face being used on The Sun. Bardel Entertainment handled the primary animation duties while additional animation was supplied by Inspidea. Ray DeLaurentis and Will Shifrin served as the story editors and primary writers, along with Magallanes, Palmer, Andrew Zuber, Gene Grillo, Lissa Kapstrom, David Grubstick, Greg Grabianski, Dani Michaeli, Jordan Gershowitz, Kris Marvin Hughes, Grant Levy and Dominik Rothbard. Nicolette Davenport and Daniella Selmi handled character designs. The show’s them was written, composed and performed by Naom Kaniel, with Magallanes contributing to the lyrics. The rest of the music was composed by Matt McGuire and Kaniel.

Merchandising! Merchandising! Where the real money from the show is made!

            In February of 2019, Funrise announced their product line tying into the cartoon. Funrise debuted their line at that year’s New York Toy Fair, which included action figures, playsets, roleplay gear, plush toys and bobbleheads. In addition, they partnered with Freeze and Mad Engine for apparel; Berkshire Fashions for headwear, cold weather and hosier; HER Accessories for accessories; American Marketing Enterprises, Inc. and Briefly Stated, Inc. for sleepwear; Handcraft for underwear; Dreamwave for swimwear; Fast Forward for backpacks; Franco for bedding; Kittrich for stationary; Taste Beauty for cosmetics; Amscan for party supplies and costumes; Zak! Designs for plates and water bottles; and CSS Industries for seasonal items.

Felicity's alternate forms.

            A second season for Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty had not been ordered despite the show doing well for Nickelodeon and Funrise, nor had it been officially cancelled. Funrise continues to oversee the production of new merchandise related to the character. While no home media has been released as yet, episodes were made available to view on the Nickelodeon app.


“Purrfect Party / Anubis Newbie” (1/27/19 & 1/28/19) – Felicity is worried that her powers won’t measure up to the powerful guests coming to her party. / Anubis tests Miguel to see if he’s ready to become king of the underworld.

“Catlantic City / Scaredy Cat” (1/29/19) – Miguel is locked up in the pound for being a dog when Felicity brings him to Catlantic City. / Felicity and her friends must get through the Phobia Forest to use their free cupcake coupons.
“It Takes Two to Talent / Pot Luck” (1/30/19) – Felicity and Miguel have trouble coming up with an act to win a talent show and get malts named after them. / Felicity and Miguel help a leprechaun figure out his purpose in life.
“Sleeping Yeti / The Sand Crab Man” (1/31/19) – Felicity and Miguel must figure out how to wake Yana up from a witch’s spell. / Felicity doesn’t want to stop having fun so she convinces the Sand Crab Man to take a night off, causing chaos around the land.
“The Lock Mess Monster / Mighty Meow and Super Lucha” (2/1/19) – Because of his messy house, the Loch Mess Monster moves in with Miguel. / Pretending to be superheroes causes Felicity and Miguel to attract a real supervillain.
“Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Cupid / The Green-Eyed Monster” (2/10/19) – Moona decides to close Mythic Malts. / Miguel invites Chippy on his and Felicity’s friend-iversary, but Chippy isn’t what she seems.
“Gone with the Wand / Fountain of Too Much Youth” (2/17/19) – Felicity and her friends have some fun with a wand while searching for its owner. / Miguel needs to get younger to be able to order his favorite malt after it’s been moved to the kid’s menu.
“Nobody’s Purrfect / Mythic Mounties” (2/23/19) – Felicity tries hard to be perfect with her new kitty collar. / Felicity and her friends join a scouting group but Felicity has a hard time earning a merit badge.
“Snack Attack / The Backward Bug” (3/2/19) – Felicity heads to the factory to investigate the sabotaging of her favorite snack. / When Miguel and Athena are bitten by the Backwards Bug, they can only speak backwards.
“Denzel in Distress / Meanotaur” (3/9/19) – Felicity and Miguel set out to rescue Prince Denzel, held captive by his evil brother, Larry. / Felicity’s friends try to help her retrieve her favorite toy from the yard of her neighbor: the Meanotaur.
“Palace of the Powerless / My Fair Yeti” (3/16/19) – Felicity and Miguel attend a costume party where they end up having to help retrieve some stolen powers. / Yana is afraid she’ll make a fool of herself at a fancy social event.
“The Boaracle / Out of the Box” (3/31/19) – The Boaracle’s predictions about Miguel all come true! / Jealous of her viral unboxing videos, Rudy slips Pandora’s box into Felicity’s house.
“A Big Baby / Mythic Macaroons” (4/7/19) – Babysitting a baby giant turns out to be harder than Felicity and Miguel thought. / Felicity’s Mythic Mounties troop sells cookies to save their favorite park.
“Rudy Awakening / Bound to Be Friends” (4/14/19) – Rudy is worried people will discover he’s not really related to the Easter Bunny. / Magical friendship bracelets stick Felicity and Miguel together until they can prove they’re really best friends.
“The Return of Mighty Meow and Super Lucha / Grumplestiltskin” (4/28/19) – Felicity accidentally frees her evil mirror image. / Felicity throws a big party to celebrate her Cat-ceanara, marking her transition to cathood.
“The Trouble with Travis” (6/21/19) – Felicity must find the previous master of a Genie so that he can make his unused wish and allow the Genie to grant more.
“Tooth por Consequences” (6/28/19) – Someone has stolen the gold coins the Saber Tooth Fairy usually leaves for teeth.
“The Boogie Man” (7/5/19) – Preparation for a dance competition gives Felicity nightmares about the Boogie Man.
“The Souper Monster” (7/19/19) – Felicity picks up some magic beans to help Miguel win the annual cook-off.
“The Winky” (7/26/19) – Felicity is overwhelmed by the responsibility of owning her first pet.
“Trivial Per Hoot” (8/2/19) – Athena’s confidence is shaken when she gets her first fact about Mythlandia wrong.
“Small Change” (8/9/19) – Babysitting a changeling gives Felicity questions about what she’s meant to be.
“Rip Van Stinkle” (8/16/19) – After helping a stinky fellow out, he vows to be at Felicity’s service for life.
“Excali-Burt” (8/23/19) – Felicity is given a magic castle when she pulls a talking sword out of a stone.
“Ratted Out” (8/30/19) – Rudy begs to be Mighty Meow and Super Lucha’s sidekick.
“Just Add Sprinkles” (9/8/19) – Felicity asks a mischievous pixie to make her malts delicious.
“The Write Stuff” (9/15/19) – Felicity’s new pen makes whatever it writes a reality.
“Smart Cookie” (9/22/19) – Yana eats a cookie that will make her smarter.
“Disappearing Act” (10/13/19) – Miguel’s new trick causes him to become completely lost.
“Bumblebee Magnetic Karaoke Hippo” (10/20/19) – Felicity helps a creature learn his true potential.
“Time Out” (11/3/19) – Felicity borrows Father Time’s watch so she can stop time and avoid her doctor’s appointment.
“Playing the Piper” (11/10/19) – Playing a particular song at a rat convention makes Miguel insanely popular with all the visiting rats.
“Shrinking Yeti” (11/17/19) – Yana is gifted a painting that causes her to shrink.
“Little Monster / The Great Mighty Mythic Marathon” (11/24/19) – Timmy asks Felicity and Miguel to babysit his nephew. / All of Mytlandia competes to win the ultimate prize.
“Merry Mythmas” (12/1/19) – Santa Paws tasks Felicity with delivering this year’s presents while Rudy and Timmy plot to ruin Mythmas.