With X. After using the "Return to the After an epic battle, William reappears at school, but his unusual behavior has attracted the attention of Sissi, editor of the school paper. William, who is clearly still under XANA's control,
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Skip to Content. The show isn't out to impart any specific lessons, but there are some strong examples of teamwork and respectful friendship. Parents need to know that the kids in this action cartoon series travel to a parallel universe called Lyoko to battle digital monsters controlled by an evil computer. Fight scenes are limited to the kids' visits to Lyoko, but the computer creates super viruses that possess everyday objects and animals in the real world and make them do its bidding. Although the adult role models are easily outsmarted by the main characters, the upside is the respectful friendship that allows the kids to be confident and self-sufficient.
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When a group of four boarding school students discover a supercomputer housed inside an abandoned factory, they find a virtual world called Lyoko and awaken a sentient multi-agent system virus that tries to take over the real world. It's up to four boarding-school students named Jeremy, Yumi, Ulrich, and Odd to help a humanoid being inside Lyoko named Aelita to stop the rogue program XANA and his plans to attack their world. Jeremy, who is in love with Aelita, struggles through season 1 to find a way to "materialize" Aelita, so she can become human by exiting the scanners that connect Odd, Ulrich, and Yumi to Lyoko. We witness Jeremy finally materializes Aelita, and accomplish his dream. In the beginning of season 2, we witness the dawn of new technology. Jeremy programs vehicles into Lyoko for faster travel and makes a better scan program to detect "activated towers", so Aelita can live on Earth without having to stay in Lyoko to look out for XANA's attacks on Earth!
The series centers on a group of teenagers who travel to the virtual world of Lyoko to battle against a malignant artificial intelligence known as X. The scenes in the real world are presented in 2D hand-drawn animation , while the scenes in Lyoko are presented in CGI animation. The series began its first, episode run on 3 September , on France's France 3 , and ended on 10 November Eastern Time, sometimes even showing two new back-to-back episodes consecutively, in the cases of season finales. On 31 May , the MoonScoop Group announced on its Facebook page that the show would be returning for a fifth season. This follow-up series was officially named Code Lyoko: Evolution , which began airing at the end of This "sequel" to the series featured live-action sequences for scenes taking place in the real world instead of its traditional 2D animation but retained the iconic CGI for scenes taking place in Lyoko, now with an updated style. The show consisted of 26 episodes with the final episode airing in late , leaving off on a cliffhanger with no second season planned as Moonscoop later filed for bankruptcy in Jeremy Belpois, a year-old prodigy attending boarding school at Kadic Academy, discovers a quantum supercomputer in an abandoned factory near his school.