Invader Zim CREDITS

Invader Zim
US Premiere: Mar 30, 2001
US Conclusion: 2006

Seasons: 2
Episodes: 27

Animation Studio: Nickelodeon

Popularity: 281st All Time, 353rd This Week

Franchise: Invader Zim
Characters on BTVA: 364
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said at 10:48 AM on Wed Apr 5 2017
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Well folks you asked for it, Invader Zim is coming back as a TV movie!! Let us rain some DOOM upon the filthy heads of our DOOMED enemies.
said at 11:56 PM on Wed Apr 5 2017
@DisneyAnimefan1995 its propably that finale vasquez wanted to make but couldnt after the cancellation also richard was hilarious as zim
said at 12:50 PM on Fri Apr 7 2017
@DisneyAnimefan1995 It's amazing to see this actually happening. :')
said at 5:01 AM on Tue May 2 2017
Why can't they just reboot it into a tv series
said at 2:18 PM on Tue May 2 2017
@thecartoonfan123 They're probably doing this to gauge interest in a full-on revival with a new season. It's financially less risky to make an hour-long TV movie and see how that does than to order a whole season's worth of episodes right out of the gate.
said at 6:09 AM on Thu Feb 9 2017
I do not know which is more sad that zim was only send to earth cus his poeple did not want him or no one beleives dib in the truth about zim even though it is obvious
said at 5:48 AM on Wed Feb 18 2015
Why have I not heard of this show when it aired? Does Nicktoon Asia hate it?

But it's interesting that the first episode has a different voice cast for some of the characters from the rest of the series, for the most part the replacements are okay except for that character Melvin, he has one of the worst replacements I ever heard
said at 8:34 AM on Sat Sep 27 2014
Heh, ya guys should had seen what creator Jhonen Vasquez used to write on usenet about working for Nick, lol.
said at 2:55 PM on Tue Mar 4 2014
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Fun fact: Bryan Konietzko trained and supervised the show's Korean animators. From that experience he saw that they could be skilled, fun animators in their own right and from there he sought to find some way to truly take advantage of their individual talents.

So basically, if it wasn't for Invader Zim, Avatar probably wouldn't have turned out half as good as it is now.
said at 3:29 PM on Tue Mar 4 2014
@CatsTuxedo Wow, that's cool! Thanks for the trivia. Well, I guess that's another good reason why both Invader Zim and Avatar are two of my favorite shows ever.
said at 4:55 PM on Sat Feb 8 2014
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Oh, goodness. I've only seen bits and pieces of the show, but maybe I'll have to get around to actually watching it.
said at 5:05 PM on Sat Feb 8 2014
@Midna You really should. I personally feel that it's one of the most memorable and unique cartoons ever made.
said at 5:24 PM on Sat Feb 8 2014
I haven't taken the time to sit and watch a cartoon in some time. It'd be a nice change of pace, though.

And I find it funny that you replied to my comment. I just commented on another page you commented on. XD (Mel Blanc's, in case you were wondering)
said at 9:22 PM on Fri Dec 30 2011
Invader Zim Rocks!!!!
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