History WesternAnimation / CreepyCrawlers

19th Feb '16 10:18:49 AM Berrenta
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* TheMerch / MerchandiseDriven: ''Creepy Crawlers'' is an unusual example. On the one hand, the show is an advertisement for the Creepy Crawlers Thingmaker (the show's "Magic Maker" IS the Thingmaker), but on the other hand, the show had its own action figure line, with no connection to the actual toy.

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* TheMerch / MerchandiseDriven: ''Creepy Crawlers'' is an unusual example. On the one hand, the show is an advertisement for the Creepy Crawlers Thingmaker (the show's "Magic Maker" IS the Thingmaker), but on the other hand, the show had its own action figure line, with no connection to the actual toy.
9th Oct '15 12:15:22 PM Berrenta
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* GratuitousNinja: The idea with Commantis.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: The idea with Commantis.
10th Aug '15 7:49:13 AM starofjusticev21
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* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandos' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back. It became less of a problem as the series played out and they presumably learned to avoid it.

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* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandos' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless and had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back. It became less of a problem as the series played out and they presumably learned to avoid it.
15th Apr '14 8:09:03 AM XFllo
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* NamesTheSame: [[TheXFiles Chris Carter]].
11th Jan '14 5:27:34 AM starofjusticev21
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* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandos' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back.

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* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandos' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back. It became less of a problem as the series played out and they presumably learned to avoid it.
11th Nov '13 3:23:31 PM starofjusticev21
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: The idea with Commantis.
17th Oct '13 2:17:06 PM TheMysteriousTroper
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''Creepy Crawlers'' was an animated series by Saban Entertainment that ran from 1994 to 1995. It was loosely based on a toyline that revolved around molding plastic into insects. The show was about a boy named Chris Carter. He spends his days working in a magic shop run by Professor Googenrime, an old magician who wishes to gain true magic powers to get back at the magicians that laughed at him. Chris experiments with a Magic Maker to help with business, but accidentally creates insectoid heroes called the Goop-Mandoes(Hocus Locust, Tick-Trick-Tick, and Volt Jolt). Googengrime, however, takes the Magic Maker and uses it to create horrible creatures called Crime Grimes. Chris teams up with the Goop-Mandoes to foil Googengrime's schemes in every episode. During the course of the show, a few other Goop-Mandoes joined: Sting Ring, Commantis, T-4, and Fire Eyes.

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[[caption-width-right:300:Chris and the Goop-Mandos (season 1)]]

''Creepy Crawlers'' was an animated series by Saban Entertainment that ran from 1994 to 1995. It was loosely based on a toyline toy line that revolved around molding plastic into insects. The show was about a boy named Chris Carter. He spends his days working in a magic shop run by Professor Googenrime, an old magician who wishes to gain true magic powers to get back at the magicians that laughed at him. Chris experiments with a Magic Maker to help with business, but accidentally creates insectoid heroes called the Goop-Mandoes(Hocus Goop-Mandos (Hocus Locust, Tick-Trick-Tick, and Volt Jolt). Googengrime, however, takes the Magic Maker and uses it to create horrible creatures called Crime Grimes. Chris teams up with the Goop-Mandoes Goop-Mandos to foil Googengrime's schemes in every episode. During the course of the show, a few other Goop-Mandoes Goop-Mandos joined: Sting Ring, Commantis, T-4, and Fire Eyes.



* BigEater: Tick-Trick-Tick(T-3 for short!)
* ButtMonkey: Chris Carter. While the Goop-Mandoes are well-meaning, they tend to cause a lot of trouble for him(they stole his brother's car and ate his homework, to name but two).

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* BigEater: Tick-Trick-Tick(T-3 Tick-Trick-Tick (T-3 for short!)
* ButtMonkey: Chris Carter. While the Goop-Mandoes Goop-Mandos are well-meaning, they tend to cause a lot of trouble for him(they him (they stole his brother's car and ate his homework, to name but two).



* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandoes' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back.

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* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandoes' Goop-mandos' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In the season two opener, Professor Googengrime tried to kill the Goop-Mandoes with super-goop, but it instead enhanced their powers, made them stronger, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and changed their color schemes]].

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In the season two opener, Professor Googengrime tried to kill the Goop-Mandoes Goop-Mandos with super-goop, but it instead enhanced their powers, made them stronger, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and changed their color schemes]].
12th Aug '13 8:12:40 AM starofjusticev21
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* HourOfPower: The Goop-mandoes' powers came from a bulb full of slime in their stomachs. When it had all dripped to the bottom, they were powerless had to hang upside down and let it drip to the top again to get their powers back.
17th Jun '13 4:54:48 AM DarkfireTaimatsu
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**Some of the toys came with a mold for the oven to make accessories for the figures.
16th Jan '13 7:36:01 AM starofjusticev21
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: A lot of the Crime Grimes were essentially this.

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: A lot of the Crime Grimes were essentially this.this, although the show wasn't adverse to reusing the same monsters either.
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