Max Steel (2013–2015)
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Dredd Ascendant 

Dredd and Naught collect Makino's congratulations for preparing his impending invasion, but the ingrate tyrant concludes their services are no longer needed, ordering Elementor to dispose ... See full summary »

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Maxwell 'Max' McGrath / Max Steel (voice)
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Jason Naught (voice)
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Commander Forge Ferrus (voice)
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Elementor / Extroyer (voice)
Lee Tockar ...
Prism Link (voice)
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Steel / Roberto 'Berto' Martinez (voice)
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Dredd and Naught collect Makino's congratulations for preparing his impending invasion, but the ingrate tyrant concludes their services are no longer needed, ordering Elementor to dispose of the pair. Dredd however came prepared and manages to seek shelter in their new underground base. Max has dreams, which he realizes can only stem from Steel's dormant memory, about his infancy, before his father Jim's demise, so they decide to snoop into the crew's secret room. Using a mechanical spy wasp, Dredd overhears Forge instructing full alert during a three minutes server-blackout for an N-tek upgrade. Dredd broadcasts half the message, planning for Elementor's force to attack the base from the outside, a perfect diversion for his plans inside. He sneaks in to instruct Extroyer how to escape from his electrified cell, copy and send top-secret data from Forge's unlinked CO computer and flee the base. Elementor's troops are fought-off, Makino must admit an alliance with Dredd is mutually too ... Written by KGF Vissers

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25 July 2014 (USA)  »

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