- Starring: Yani Gellman, Sean Cullen, Mandy Butcher
This show is about a group of teenagers that have come together to battle monsters that have been brought to life by a former monster movie creator. Four Teens named Luke, Tabby, Antonio and Vanka originally banded together for a school project on spiders when their city, Capital City, cameThis show is about a group of teenagers that have come together to battle monsters that have been brought to life by a former monster movie creator. Four Teens named Luke, Tabby, Antonio and Vanka originally banded together for a school project on spiders when their city, Capital City, came under attack by a former movie maker named Claus Von Steinhauer. The creature that attacked Capital City was a spider, and since they were doing a project on spiders, they decided to investigate. They felt responsible to destroy this monster with every member of the monster warriors using their unique talents to form weapons and armour in order to defeat the monster created by the B movie king Claus Von Steinhauer. Claus Von Steinhauer creates his monsters using a machine named the monster maker and usually these monsters are created from B movies that he created in the 1950’s. There are also people trying to contact the monster warriors from another timeline in order to change the history of events for Capital City. Along with the help of a movie store owner and Claus Von Steinhauer movie buff named Kreiger and also the mayor of Capital City (Mayor Mel) giving them heads up about monster attacks, these teens team up using new weapons made out of junk in order to defeat the monsters created by Claus Von Steinhauer.
is the 18 year-old reserved yet tough leader of the Monster Warriors. He’s tall, rich and handsome and he holds the keys to the gang’s sweet retro convertible and coach-house headquarters (you’d be rich too if your parents invented the grocery cart coin dispenser!).
This 17 year-old fancies herself the second-in-command of the Monster Warriors crew. She’s a real gadget Queen who takes ordinary household appliances and turns em’ into monster-blasting weaponry—hold on to your hair diffuser around this girl! When she’s not battling giant creatures she’s captain of the volleyball team, school class president, and all-around goodie two-shoes. (note: don’t want to harp on “popular”)
He’s the 17 year-old scientific genius of the gang. Happiest when pondering zoology, astronomy, geology and monsters—he may sound like a nerd, but he’s a nerd with a ton of female admirers!
This 17 year-old stealthy warrior makes up the mysterious element of the team. Her crazy moped driving and eagerness to kick monster-butt also makes her the bravest.
He used to be a 1960’s movie star (when beach movies were big), but he made his real fortune selling above-ground swimming pools. These days he’s the beloved mayor of Capital City and he’ll be really good at it…as soon as he figures out how a bill or legislation is passed. Always a friend to the Monster Warriors, he is the first one to give them a buzz when a nasty monster shows up, uninvited, in Capital City.
Klaus Von Steinhauer
In the 1950s he was a B movie king, with such “big bug” hits as The Giant Spider Invasion…and then beach movies hit it big. When that happened, he fell into obscurity and has spent the last 40 years plotting revenge on the city that turned its back on his artistic genius (during which time he was also the victim of an alien abduction and escaped from a retirement home). His evildoing is the Monster Warriors’ reason for banding together.
This paper-pusher is a real stickler for policy and procedure. He’s Mayor Mel’s right-hand-guy, but he’s no Warrior ally—in fact quite the opposite! When something goes wrong in Capital City, teenagers are blamed—namely the Monster Warriors, but by the time he’s called a meeting to discuss the disaster, the Warriors have already zapped the “problem” and saved the day. … Expand
- Genre(s): Drama, Action & Adventure, Kids
- Season 2 premiere date: May 5, 2007
- Episode Length: 30
- Air Time: 07:30 PM
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