Xiaolin Showdown

Xiaolin Showdown

Four gifted children from different countries around the world are chosen to become Xiaolin Dragons, each with their own element: Omi: Dragon of Water from China, Kimiko: Dragon of Fire from Japan, Raimundo: Dragon of Wind from Brazil and Clay: Dragon of Earth from America. They travel around the world to collect Shen Gong Wu, mystical artifacts that have been protecting the balance of power between good and evil for millennia. Now a great evil has awakened and the Dragons, along with Dojo a Chinese dragon with shape-shifting abilities, must gather the Wu and stop the forces of evil from taking control of the earth.The evil Heylin are also looking for the Wu and their goal is use the artifacts to take over the world. Jack Spicer, Wuya, Hannibal Roy Bean, and Chase Young covet the Wu and it's up to the four Dragons to battle the Heylin in magical duels called Xiaolin Showdowns!

Episode Info

Final: 3x13 -- Time After Time [2] (May/13/2006)

Omi succeeds in changing the past by preventing Chase from becoming evil, but now the present has changed for the worst. Master Monk Guan has joined the Heylin side, and along with Wuya and Hannibal Bean, have taken over the temple. Master Fung has been sent to the Ying Yang World and the Xiaolin Monks have been forced into labor. Omi and the others have to find a way to correct the timeline, without the Sands of Time.

The leader has been chosen, and it's the last person anyone would expect!
Tara StrongTara Strong
voiced Omi
Tom KennyTom Kenny
voiced Raimundo Pedrosa
Tom KennyTom Kenny
voiced Raimundo Pedrosa
Grey GriffinGrey Griffin
voiced Kimiko Tohomiko
Grey GriffinGrey Griffin
voiced Kimiko Tohomiko
Jeff BennettJeff Bennett
voiced Clay Bailey
Jeff BennettJeff Bennett
voiced Clay Bailey
Wayne KnightWayne Knight
voiced Dojo Kanojo Cho
Rene AuberjonoisRene Auberjonois
voiced Master Fung (S01)
Maurice LaMarcheMaurice LaMarche
voiced Master Fung (S02+)



Reviews: 7
Much Better Then AverageRating: 5 likes, 2 dislikes

When I first heard of the show I passed it by. The concept didn't seem all that interesting to me. Then recently my son started watching the show and I started to watch it too. I found surprisingly better then I thought it would be. It was silly and cute, the colors are bright, the storyline not so serious and the characters interesting. It also had decent amount of cartoon action that is a combination of old-time slapstick and Kung-Fu high jinx. Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, April 3rd 2007 at 7:04 pm

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