Disclosure: I received a copy of Big Hero 6 The Series in order to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.
If you enjoyed the movie Big Hero 6, then this series is for you. I love this show, it is just as great as the movie and both are way better than the comic it has the same amount of comedy and action I can’t wait to see more episodes of this show.
If you haven’t seen the movie you will want to BUT if you didn’t, the first episode filled in holes in the building of Baymax (like how did the first attempt go, what happened to Yama, and what got the group back together to be superheroes again). While also creating a high-tech new supervillain who can show up in future. So far, one episode in, this poses great potential as a superhero cartoon series featuring beloved characters from the movie Big Hero 6. You will be pleasantly surprised or simply glad you tried this series, I’m sure.
The adventures continue for tech genius Hiro Hamada and his healthcare companion, the lovable, inflatable Baymax! Picking up right before the end of the film, Hiro thinks Baymax is lost forever until he finds the chip Tadashi designed to create Baymax. In this seven-episode series (including the 44-minute Disney Channel Television Movie), the stakes are raised for Hiro, Baymax, and their friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go, control freak Wasabi, chem whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred – as they fight to protect San Fransokyo as the legendary superhero team Big Hero 6. Fans can bring home the Big Hero 6 The Series – Back in Action! DVD complete with six bonus shorts on Tuesday, June 26th.
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