A.T.O.M.

A.T.O.M.
Alpha teens on machines.jpg
The "Alpha Teens on Machines" team shown from left to right: Shark, Hawk, Axel, King and Lioness
Also known asAlpha Teens on Machines
Genre
Created byAriane Desrieux
Paul-Patrick Duval
Directed byOlivier Jongerlynck
Voices of
Composers
Country of origin
  • France
  • United States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producersMichael Lekes
Jacqueline Tordjman
Olivier Dumont (season 1)
Stephanie Kirchmeyer (season 2)
ProducersBruno Bianchi
Greg Klein (season 1)
Tom Pugsley (season 1)
Sylvie Barro (season 2)
Cyone Clark (season 2)
Steve Granat (season 2)
Running time22 minutes
Production companySIP Animation
DistributorBuena Vista International Television
Release
Original networkJetix (international)
Toon Disney (United States)
Picture formatHD: 16:9[a]
Original releaseAugust 27, 2005 (2005-08-27) –
2007 (2007)[citation needed]
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A.T.O.M.[1] – Alpha Teens on Machines[2] (known as Action Man A.T.O.M. in some countries) is a French-American superhero animated television series produced by SIP Animation in association with Jetix Europe. The series focuses on the adventures of five teenagers in the fictional Landmark City. The eponymous Alpha Teens, which consist of Axel Manning (the main character), Catalina Leone, Crey Kingston, Zack Hawkes, and Ollie Sharker, test prototype vehicles and weapons for Lee Industries, and use these prototypes to combat criminals, particularly the nefarious and sadistic bad guy Alexander Paine.

The series debuted on August 27, 2005[citation needed] with its first season consisting of 26 episodes. It was renewed for a second season, also consisting of 26 episodes.

In countries such as France, Germany, United Kingdom,[b] Italy, Australia, and Latin America, the series was branded as Action Man: A.T.O.M., with Panini Comics publishing a tie-in comic book series.[3]
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  1. ^ "SIP Animation". 8 February 2009. Archived from the original on 2009-02-08. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ Terrace, Vincent (2008). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010, 2d ed. North Carolina: Macfarland & Company Inc. Publishing. ISBN 9780786486410.
  3. ^ Action Man: A.T.O.M., Panini Comics, issue 8, 5 July 2006.