Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - Netflix

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Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero follows Penn Zero and his best friends Sashi, an overqualified part-time sidekick, and Boone, an under-qualified part-time wise man, as they zap to other dimensions to fill in for heroes in need. Each mission takes the team to unpredictable epic worlds where they must battle evil part-time villain Rippen and his part-time minion, Larry. Whether superhero, fish-prince, clown cop, giant monster or tiny action-figure, Penn uses his unconventional heroic skills to save the day - his own way.

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 2014-12-05

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - Netflix

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero is an American animated series produced by Disney Television Animation for Disney XD. The series debuted on December 5, 2014, as a preview, followed by the official premiere on February 13, 2015. The series was ordered on October 16, 2013, for a scheduled fall 2014 premiere. The series' co-creator, Jared Bush, also co-wrote and co-directed Walt Disney Animation Studios' 2016 film Zootopia. On April 22, 2015, it was announced that the series had been renewed for a second season. On July 19, 2016, it was announced that the show would be ending after two seasons. The hour-long series finale, “At the End of the Worlds”, aired on July 28, 2017.

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - Main characters - Netflix

Penn Zero (voiced by Thomas Middleditch): The main protagonist, a part-time hero and the son of two full-time heroes. Penn lives with his Aunt Rose and Uncle Chuck due to Rippen trapping his parents in a dangerous dimension known as the “Most Dangerous World Imaginable”, and goes on part-time hero missions with his best friends Sashi and Boone. While Penn is the recognized leader of the group, he often asks advice from his parents by communicating with them through a device called a MUHU (Multi-Universe Hologram Uplink), and finds himself needing counsel from his friends as well. Boone Wiseman (voiced by Adam DeVine): Penn's friend, and a part-time wise man. Boone often bewilders his friends with his unconventional methods and thought processes, and at times they find him frustrating. While he is not the brightest, however, Boone's unorthodox style has proven effective in helping his friends complete missions. Boone was at one point a victim of severe aquaphobia, but later overcame it while visiting an underwater world in “Chicken or Fish?”. His parents, like Penn's, were part-time heroes. Sashi Kobayashi (voiced by Tania Gunadi): Penn's Japanese American friend (later girlfriend), and a part-time sidekick. Sashi is the only girl on Penn's team, and is fairly tomboyish and aggressive, with a violent attitude. The forms Sashi takes often provoke teasing from her teammates, but it doesn't stop her from proving how tough she is. Sashi is often a voice of reason and understanding despite her demeanor. Sashi wears futuristic glasses that the gang refer to as “the Specs,” which can project holographic displays that inform the trio about their missions. Until the season 2 episode “The Kobayashis”, Sashi's parents were unaware of her job as part-time sidekick to help save worlds, and thought that she worked at the local “Fish Stick on a Stick” restaurant-which is actually the headquarters of the part-time villains. Phyllis (voiced by Sam Levine): A grouchy, often irritable Slavic woman who maintains the Multi Universe Transprojector (MUT) used by Penn and his team to travel to other worlds and fight evil. The MUT is located in an abandoned movie theater called The Odyssey, which is right next door to the part-time villains' base in Fish Stick on a Stick. It is revealed during a flashback in “Zap One” that it was Phyllis who chose Penn's parents to be part-time heroes, and chose Penn as well. She also has a pet bear named Karen for security. In the series finale, it is revealed she is the good half of a powerful entity called the Guardian.

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero - References - Netflix