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->''Combo Niños vámonos!''

''Combo Niños'' (2006) is an adventure series created by the French SIP Animations with heavy Latin America inspiration.

In the city of Nova Nizza ex-mayor Diadoro desperately searches for a way of regaining his power, with the help of his assistant Gomez they search for Divinos, powerful magical beings with a penchant for chaos, freeing them in exchange for their help.

Unfortunately the Divinos always decide the take their own course of action to take over the city. And this is when the Combo Niños enter, Azul, Serio, Paco and Pilar, four kids with the mission to protect the city and keep the Divinos sealed. Trained by old Mestre Grinto in the ancient art of Capoeira these kids have to balance the responsibilities of being the city's protectors and living their normal lives.

!!This show provides examples of:

* AccidentalPublicConfession: Diadoro is an example of the Type 3 by accidentally revealing what he thinks of the voters.
* AllYourColorsCombined: Combo Niños Big Blastico! Also their Little Blastico! Which the use on Divinos who do want to return to their world.
%%* AnotherDimension
%%* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance
%%* AttackPatternAlpha
* BadassGrandpa: In the episode "Attack of the Combo Divinos", Grinto gets back in action. And boy, does he kick ass!
** Unfortunately, he'll never show that again, and even becomes a JamesBondage in some of the last episodes.
%%* BlowYouAway: Azul.
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: Totem Touch, Transform!
%%* CityOfAdventure
%%* {{Claustrophobia}}: Diadoro.
%%* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Pilar.
%%* ClarkKenting
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Diadoro. While his main goal is regaining the title of Mayor of Nova Nizza, he's also a businessman who occasionally employs Divinos in order to improve his businesses.
%%* DanceBattler: Well, duh, it's about Capoeira!
%%* DeadpanSnarker: Old Head.
%%* DeanBitterman: Bronka.
* EvilIsNotAToy: But Diadoro never gets it.
%%* FailureIsTheOnlyOption
* FastballSpecial
** A funny variation: they often use a palm tree as a catapult.
* AFoolAndHisNewMoneyAreSoonParted: Diadoro once won the lottery. When his limousine caught fire, it burned all the lottery money he didn't spend.
* FreakyFridayFlip: Diadoro and the Mayor; Serio and Azul; Paco and Pilar; and several others.
%%* GratuitousSpanish
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Grinto and Old Head.
* IsThisThingStillOn: The reason of Diadoro's above mentioned AccidentalPublicConfession.
* LimitedWardrobe: There are some new clothes, but they last only for one episode.
%%* MadScientist: Gomez.
* MeanBoss: Diadoro. He likes to order people around and this is hinted to be the reason he wasn't re-elected as Mayor.
* {{Metamorphosis}}: [[spoiler: Old Head was a human and Grinto's mentor. He was transformed in a living statue head when he went in the Divino dimension to save Grinto]].
%%* MonsterOfTheWeek: The Divinos.
* NeverWinTheLottery: Before helping Diadoro to regain his title as Mayor [[spoiler: by having an official recounting state that Diadoro had actually won the last election]], a Divino with luck-based powers caused a gust of wind to give him a winning lottery ticket. When she was defeated, Diadoro's limousine (presumably bought with lottery money) caught fire, burning the reamining lottery money and he [[StatusQuoIsGod lost the title of Mayor]] [[spoiler: when a new official recounting stated he had even less votes than stated at the original vote count.]]
* NotMeThisTime: In one episode, Principal Bronka accidentally brought a family of snake Divinos to the world. The only time neither Diadoro nor Gomez had anything to do with the Divino attack.
** Arguably, the episode where Diadoro tried to improve his reputation with a movie and was smart enough to oppose having Divinos involved counts. Too bad Gomez decided to go behind his back on that matter. The only time Gomez brought Divinos ''against'' Diadoro's orders.
%%* OldMaster: Mestre Grinto.
* OneWingedAngel: Some Divinos have this kind of ability.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Old Head. One episode reveals his real name to be [[spoiler: Bernie]], but this name is never used in the other episodes.
* PetTheDog: Diadoro treats Gomez like a slave, but can be nice to him sometimes.
** In an episode where Gomez sacrificed all his economies to help his "boss", Diadoro's reaction was:
--> You did this... (teary-eyed) for me?!
* PowerIncontinence: In one episode, Diadoro and Gomez released a Divino who had the power to turn into anyone who touches him, regardless of the Divino wanting it to happen or not.
* PunchClockVillain: Gomez. [[spoiler: When he's fired in the last episode, he befriends Pilar and helps the Niños]].
%%* PunnyName: All of the Divinos.
%%* RubberMan: Pilar.
%%* SealedEvilInACan
%%* SecretIdentity
%%* TeenGenius: Azul. Well, ''Kid'' Genius actually...
%%* TitleThemeTune
%%* TooDumbToLive: Diadoro.
* TransformationNameAnnouncement: GratuitousSpanish version.
%%* TransformationSequence
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In the one episode where [[NotMeThisTime neither Diadoro nor Gomez]] had released any Divinos, Principal Bronka accidentally released a Family of snake-like Divinos.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Azul's enthomophobia.
** She's also afraid of snakes, fitting the trope to a T.