Zentrix (TV)

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Alternative title:
Jikū Bōkenki Zentrix
時空冒険記ゼントリックス (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Welcome to zentrix, the most perfect city on the planet. This is all thanks to the famous scientist Emperor Jarad, who created the Omicronpsy super-computer. The computer manages all of the city's higher and day to day functions, controlling a wide variety of machines and robots. It's paradise. Until one day, when Omicronpsy realizes that it would be a better ruler than Jarad. The computer revolts, and in the ensuing battle, Jarad and the scientist, Dr. Roark, are lost in time. His daughter Megan learns what happened, and is determined to follow her father back in time to save both him and her homeland. But due to an accident during time travel, she is now stuck in an eight-year-old body. Megan and her loyal sidekick Mango now have to reactivate the robot Zeus, find her father, and fend off attacks from the forces of Omicronpsy, who have followed them through time.
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Seen in part or in whole by 28 users, rank: #4759 (of 5922)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 4.357 (Not really good+), std. dev.: 2.4671, rank: #5663 (of 5915)
Weighted mean: 4.476 (Not really good+), rank: #5646 (of 5915) (seen all: 4.20 / seen some: 5.89 / won't finish: 2.00)
Bayesian estimate: 5.890 (Decent), rank: #3976 (of 4470)
Running time: 25 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 26
Episode titles: We have 26
Vintage:
2002-05-09 (France)
2003-04-05 to 2003-09-27
2004 (Magic Kids Latin America, Argentina)
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DVD (Region 1)
    Zentrix - Out of Time (DVD set 1) 2004-10-12 (from $16.99)
    Zentrix - The Last Hope (DVD set 2) 2004-11-09 (from $15.00)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Screenplay: Iran Tan
Art Director: Felix Ip
Animation Director: Kim Ooi
Cgi Director: Tony Tang
Compositing Supervisor: Roling Tang
Engineering Director: Enoch Chan
Main Character Design: Felix Ip
Project Coordination: Derek Poon
Technical Director: Dexter Lam
Fumihiko Tachiki as Dr. Roark
Haruna Ikezawa as Megan
Hideyuki Hori as Jarad
Kazuki Yao as Quantum
Kenta Miyake as Zeus
Kiyoyuki Yanada as Dark General
Kumiko Yokote as Silver General
Michiko Neya as Akina
Mugihito as Omicronpsy
Rikako Aikawa as Nick

Asako Dodo as Silver 03
Asami Nakajima as Silver 05
Hirakazu Shibayama as Dark 03
Hiroomi Sugino as Joey
Hisayo Mochizuki as Pink-chan
Katsuaki Arima as Announcer(ep 10)
Ken Uo as Officer
Masahito Yabe as Chubby Belly
Masami Toyoshima as Silver 01
Meiki Minami as
Fighter
TZ
Sachi Matsumoto as Morph
Shigeru Chiba as Zom 03
Shinichi Ishihara as Jean Luc
Takeshi Aono as Saiko
Takeshi Hayashi as Dark 04
Takuma Suzuki as Clumb
Yoku Shioya as Zom 02
Yuuenchi Kojima as Dark 06

Aoi Ishiwari as Boisu(ep 9)
Atsushi Yamakawa as Red Hair(ep 20)
Eko Wakaizumi as Computer(ep 4)
Hatena as Wee Wee(ep 15)
Hisayoshi Izaki as Denrei Robo(ep 2)
Kei Kurita as Jolly
Kenji Nojima as Dark Alpha(ep 2)
Madoka Akita as Peachy(ep 4)
Miyuki Uehara as Key-Wound Puppet (ep 2)
Nao Hanai as Painii(ep 4)
Naoya Omata as KR07(eps 9, 24)
Natsuki Yoda as Waaku Robo(ep 11)
Ryuji Nakagi as Elder(ep 15)
Ryuuichi Hisano as Monster Fish(eps 7-8)
Seiichi Hokuto as Big Chief(eps 15-16)
Tomato Akai as Cheeky(ep 4)
Toshihide Tsuchiya as Conner(ep 1)
Yoichi Masukawa as Mango
Yoshiki Watanabe as Chokki-kun(ep 4)
Yoshito Yasuhara as Dr. Coy
Yukiji as Bomu Bomu(ep 15)
Japanese companies
Animation Production: IMAGI
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Richard Epcar
Executive producer: Ken Iyadomi
Bob Papenbrook as Dr.Roark
Brianne Siddall as Nick
Ezra Weisz as Mango
Lia Sargent as Silver General
Melissa Fahn as Akina
Michael McConnohie as
Dark General
Jarad
Quantum
Michelle Ruff as Megan
Richard Cansino as Dr.Coy
Steven Blum as Omicronpsy
Steven Price as Zeus
English companies
ADR Production: Media Concepts
Licensed by: Bandai Entertainment
French staff
French cast
(none)
Guy Chapelier as Empereur Jarad
Igor de Savitch as Général Dark
Jackie Berger as Nick
Karine Foviau as Mégane
Pascal Renwick as Zeus
Saïd Amadis as Omicronpsy
French companies
Broadcaster: M6 (M6 kid, from 9 May 2002)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Hernando Cuenca

Claudia Chavarro as Megan
Wolfang Galindo as Nick

Antonio Garcia as Omniconpsy
Eleazar Osorio as Quantum
Harold Leal as Dr. Roark
Mario Gutiérrez as Webster
Orlando Arenas as Jarad
Rodolfo Gutiérrez as Dr. Coy
Tirza Pacheco as Akina Coy

Alfonso Grau as Saiko
Bayardo Ardila as Conner
Eleazar Osorio as Beep
Harold Leal as Jolly
Jairo Ordoñez as Chubby Belly
Luzgeyle Poveda as Mango
Mónica Valencia as Silver General
Raul Forero as Dark General
Wolfang Galindo as Morph
Spanish companies
Broadcaster: Magic Kids
Distributor: Televix (Latin America)
Dubbing: Provideo S.A. (Colombia)
Tagalog staff
Tagalog companies
(none)
Broadcaster: QTV Channel 11 (February 27, 2006)
Dubbing: QTV Channel 11 (February 27, 2006)
Tagalog cast
(none)
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