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Cartoon Profile: Bolts and Blip

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Bolts and Blip Bolts and Blip Bolts and Blip
26 TV episodes 26 TV episodes
June 28, 2010 – December 25, 2011 June 28, 2010 – December 25, 2011
  ToonBox Entertainment; Redrover Co., Ltd.
Action, Comedy, Mecha Action, Comedy, Mecha
Blip Blip
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Bolts Bolts
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Dr. Blood Dr. Blood
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Gridiron Gridiron
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Saedee Saedee
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Tigrr Jaxxon Tigrr Jaxxon

Last I checked, this anime was available on DVD at Amazon.

Cartoon Description: Bolts and Blip

Notice: This is not Japanese animation! I have, however, decided to include it on this site anyway. If you're one of those hard-core anime purists who can't stand seeing a non-anime series on a site dedicated to Japanese animation, then just press the Back button on your web browser and pretend like you were never here.

In the year 2080 something freaky was happening to Earth. Anyway, they sent a whole bunch of robots to the moon. These robots are trained to become Battle Bots in a bunch of wacky sports like throwing potatoes onto targets or piloting spaceships.

Bolts and Blip are just two ordinary robots with really boring jobs. Bolts works for Gridiron, but spends most of his time slacking off. Blip is the scorekeeper for the crazy sports but he is usually playing some online game about Tigrr Jaxxon. (He is a huge fan of Tigrr and his team, the All-Stars, but he likes Tigrr the most.)

In the middle of Blip's try at the game he is chosen to be a Battle Bot. When he is sent to the Lunar Arena (that's where the crazy sports take place) he sees Bolts there too. The two are best friends in case you are wondering.Gridiron gets mad at them because they are always asking to join the team and he thought they snuck in, But Steve shows Gridiron the list and he tells Bolts and Blip that they are officially on the team.

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