Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors - Netflix

Posted by Editor on Tue 11 June 2019

"Thundering across the stars to save the universe from the Monster Minds, Jayce searches for his father to unite the magic root and lead his Lightning League to victory over the changing form of Saw Boss. Wheeled Warriors explode into battle - Lightning Strikes!" Audric is a scientist working to create a plant which can grow in any environment and which, he hopes, can help provide food and end starvation. During his experiment a radiation flare causes the plants to mutate into Saw Boss and the Monster Minds. The Monster Minds can transform into vehicles and travel via roots between planets. With Saw Boss as leader, they set out to conquer the galaxy. Audric creates a magic root which can stop them but the two halves of the root are separated during a Monster Minds attack. Audric escapes with one half, the other goes with his son, Jayce. Jayce and the other members of the Lightning League

Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1985-09-16

Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors - Bruno Bianchi (cartoonist) - Netflix

Bruno Bianchi (Italian pronunciation: [ˈbruno ˈbjaŋki], 1955 – 2 December 2011) was a French cartoonist and animation director. Bianchi worked extensively as an artist, director and producer on animated television productions; including Heathcliff, Iznogoud and most notably, Inspector Gadget, which he also co-created. Bianchi started his career at DiC Audiovisuel (later DiC Entertainment) in 1977 as a cel painter, then gradually assumed creative positions. His first director's credit was on the 1980 edutainment mini-series Archibald le Magichien (directly translated: Archibald the Magic Dog). In 1983, Bianchi scored his first major directing job on Inspector Gadget, a series he co-created with Andy Heyward and DiC's founder Jean Chalopin. Bianchi served as main character designer and supervising director on the show, which became one of the most iconic series produced by DiC. Subsequently, Bianchi worked as a director, producer and designer on numerous other DiC Entertainment, Saban Entertainment and SIP Animation television animation productions from the 1980s until the mid-2000s. His credits include Heathcliff (where he co-created the Cats and Company characters together with Jean Chalopin), Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, M.A.S.K., Rainbow Brite, Diplodos (which he co-created and co-wrote with Jean Chalopin), Iznogoud, Princess Sissi and Gadget & the Gadgetinis (a spinoff of Inspector Gadget). In 2008, following the closure of SIP Animation, Bianchi founded his own studio, Ginkgo Animation. Bianchi died on 2 December 2011 at the age of 56. He was buried in Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris on 6 December 2011.

Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors - Producer (selected works) - Netflix

1995: Iznogoud 1996: The Why Why? Family 1997: Princess Sissi 1998: Jim Button 2001: Wunschpunsch 2002: Gadget & the Gadgetinis 2004: The Tofus 2004: W.I.T.C.H. 2005: A.T.O.M. (Alpha Teens on Machines)

Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors - References - Netflix