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Connecting the first and second seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Éliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.

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Connecting the first and second seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Éliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.
Squad''. The third season reverts to the first one's format.


''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Hélène Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

Connecting both seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Éliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.

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''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Hélène Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two three seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

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Connecting both the first and second seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Éliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.


''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Helénne Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

Connecting both seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Eliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.

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''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Helénne Hélène Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

Connecting both seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Eliette) Éliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.



* NoAntagonist: The closest thing to actual villains in he show are [[TheBully Big Wolf and Sasha]]

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* NoAntagonist: The closest thing to actual villains in he the show are [[TheBully Big Wolf and Sasha]]Sacha]]

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* PsychoRangers: In season 2, Jade attempts to create one cosisting of other kids for the sole purpose of stealing the attention from the Minimighty Squad, however they lack the superpowers and fail at rescuing a kid trapped in an elevator.


* {{Animorphism}}: The cast turns into animals.



* PettingZooPeople: The entire cast.


* AuthorAppeal: Zep sure likes [[MessyPig pigs]], doesn't he.

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* AuthorAppeal: Zep sure likes [[MessyPig pigs]], pigs]] and ducks, doesn't he.

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*** Igor uses his snot power to swing around town like Spider-Man.

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* ShoutOut:
**Tons of references to ''Comicbook/SpiderMan''
*** Marie's costume resembles Spider-Man's classic costume.
*** Bob's superpower is to WallCrawl.
*** Amandine can shoot a sticky gum-like substance from her palms, similar to Spider-Man's web shooters.


* BroughtDownToNormal: As soon as the super powered kid learns their lesson, their power vanishes along with all the effects it had. In the second season, the five kids who regain their powers are no longer under this effect.

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* BroughtDownToNormal: As soon as as, or right before the super powered kid learns their lesson, their power vanishes along with all the effects it had. In the second season, the five kids who regain their powers are no longer under this effect.


* BeYourself: A huge part of the series orbitates around this message, sometimes to the point of implying that people can't really overcome their flaws and that it is better to accept them.



* FatalFlaw: Every character has one.

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* FatalFlaw: Every character has one.one, going from petty blemishes to rather serious personality flaws.


Connecting both seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Eliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these six kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.

Other than France, is currently also aired in Mexico under the name ''Grandes Minipoderosos'' (a loose translation of the alternative title seen above). The Mexican dub is basically a gag one, adding idioms and references to Mexican pop culture. It also airs in Spain as ''Superminihéroes''.

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Connecting both seasons is a half-hour special in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Eliette) wish to have their powers back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these six five kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.

Other than France, is currently it has also aired in Mexico under the name ''Grandes Minipoderosos'' (a loose translation of the alternative title seen above). The Mexican dub is basically a gag one, adding idioms and references to Mexican pop culture. It also airs in Spain as ''Superminihéroes''.


* HeyItsThatVoice: The English dub ([[NoExportForYou thats right, it exists]]) uses the same voice cast as ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''. Jimmy, for example, is voiced by Matthew Gezecky, who voiced Odd.


''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Hélène Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

The second season is started with a half-hour special that seems to Retcon the first season. In the special, only six of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes regain their powers (this time permanently) and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these six kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own.

Other than France, is currently also aired in Mexico under the name ''Grandes Minipoderosos'' (a loose translation of the alternative title seen above). The Mexican dub includes a few gags and references to Spanish songs, figures such as soccer players and even the channel that airs the series (Mexico City's Channel 22). It also airs in Spain as ''Superminihéroes''.

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''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Hélène Helénne Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

The second season Connecting both seasons is started with a half-hour special that seems to Retcon the first season. In the special, only six in which five of the 78 kids who experienced being superheroes regain (Greg, Yvon, Marion, Nathan and Eliette) wish to have their powers (this time permanently) back, regaining them thanks to a mysterious magical star. This time, they now have their powers permanently (as long as they keep the magic star with them), and decide to form a little SuperTeam. The stories now have improved plots in which these six kids help their classmates and other people from the neighborhood while also having predicaments of their own.

own. It is shown that if another group takes the magical star, ''they'' will get powers, so the bad guys take this chance but they're ultimately foiled by the new team. Officially, the second season is known as ''La Bande des Minijusticiers'' / ''The Minimighty Squad''.

Other than France, is currently also aired in Mexico under the name ''Grandes Minipoderosos'' (a loose translation of the alternative title seen above). The Mexican dub includes is basically a few gags gag one, adding idioms and references to Spanish songs, figures such as soccer players and even the channel that airs the series (Mexico City's Channel 22).Mexican pop culture. It also airs in Spain as ''Superminihéroes''.



* BroughtDownToNormal: As soon as the super powered kid learns their lesson, their power vanishes along with all the effects it had.

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* BroughtDownToNormal: As soon as the super powered kid learns their lesson, their power vanishes along with all the effects it had. In the second season, the five kids who regain their powers are no longer under this effect.


The Miniavengers (''Les Minijusticiers'') is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of {{Titeuf}}, and Hélène Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.

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The Miniavengers (''Les Minijusticiers'') ''The Miniavengers'' ("''Les Minijusticiers''") is a French comic book and cartoon series created by Zep, the creator of {{Titeuf}}, ''ComicBook/{{Titeuf}}'', and Hélène Bruller. The premise is simple: a city with children who are represented by [[FunnyAnimal animals]], each with a [[FatalFlaw fault]] (laziness, stutters, small, big, mischievous, discreet ...) [[PersonalityPowers which will become a super power]]. At the end of each episode, they give the audience a [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle little advice]]...Their slogan is "Great default but max power". It is alternatively titled ''The Minimighty Kids''. The animated series currently consists of two seasons with 78 episodes of 7 minutes each.






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Other than France, is currently also aired in Mexico under the name ''Grandes Minipoderosos'' (a loose translation of the alternative title seen above). The Mexican dub includes a few gags and references to Spanish songs, figures such as soccer players and even the channel that airs the series (Mexico City's Channel 22).

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Other than France, is currently also aired in Mexico under the name ''Grandes Minipoderosos'' (a loose translation of the alternative title seen above). The Mexican dub includes a few gags and references to Spanish songs, figures such as soccer players and even the channel that airs the series (Mexico City's Channel 22).
22). It also airs in Spain as ''Superminihéroes''.

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