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Country of origin
South Korea Japan

Final episode date
18 July 2006



First episode date
14 October 2005

Number of episodes

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Written by
Takao Koyama, Yoshimasa Takahashi, Kazuhisa Okamoto, Kenichi Yamada, Yukihito Nonaka, Hiromu Sato, Saki Hasemi, Hideki Mitsui

Directed by
Soung-Cheol Ko, Kenichi Nishida

Voices of
Kathleen Barr, Don Brown, Sam Vincent, Jillian Michaels, Chantal Strand, Scott McNeil, Cathy Weseluck, Lisa Ann Beley, Tabitha St. Germain

Theme music composer
Yong-Suk Bang (Original Version) John Majkut (English Version)

Yong-Suk Bang (Original Version) Mike Tavera (English Version)

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Kathleen Barr, Scott McNeil, Tabitha St Germain, Samuel Vincent, Chantal Strand

Bobby's World, Growing Up Creepie, I Got A Rocket, Hero: 108, WWE Slam City

Mix Master (Hangul: 카드왕 믹스마스터; RR: Kadeu Wang Mikseu Maseuteo; Japanese: カード王 ミックスマスター) is a South Korea–Japan co-produced anime series based on the massively multiplayer online role-playing game Mix Master: King of Cards. It is a co-production of Nippon Animation of Japan and Sunwoo Entertainment and KBS of Korea. The series aired on Cartoon Network in many Asian areas from India, Southeast Asia to South Korea. The story centers on the fantasy and adventure card game, Mix Master.



The series takes place in the town of Gamebridge where, through the accidental opening of a portal from the fictional Mix Master video game world of Atreia, the peaceful little town is invaded by the funny and sometimes dangerous game creatures, known as "hench", as well as the game world's evil Prince Brad. The main protagonist, 11-year-old Ditt Lee, is given a card shuffler by the eccentric Dr. Joeb, and now must "mix" those hench (as learned from the fictional video game) to achieve peace and safety, while he grows into his destiny to become the one true "Mix Master".

The series was followed by a sequel season, Final Force.


The series presented over two hundred henches from different species. They can be fused or 'mixed' together to form a new, stronger hench. Henches are ranked from 1 (low) to 7 (high) depending on their power. Animals and plants are present. To be mixed, henches must be of the same rank and species.

Henches are shown to be like humans, as they can sleep, eat, talk and tire out if they are overused. They bond with humans who show honesty and friendship. They have to obey the orders of the person who owns their card shuffler, even against their will. They seem to grow old and die.

Master hench

Although Henches are ranked as high as 7, above level 7 one hench is known as the Ultimate Hench and is the most powerful. Ultimate Hench exists when all the 8 Henches of Rank 7 are fused with the help of the Mix Master and The Master Hench. According to legend, the Master Hench has to find one human friend whom it trusts above all else, and that human becomes the Mix Master. It appears that the Master Henches are somehow related, as Pachi's brother was the previous Master Hench. The Master Hench can be mixed to become the ultimate Hench that can defeat Giara.


  • Producer: Sunwoo Entertainment Inc., Korean Broadcasting System, Beijing Omni Culture Exchange Co., Ltd.
  • Executive Producer: Moon-Ju Kang
  • English Language Story Editor: Marc Handler
  • Story Consultants: Jae Woo Park, Brian Doell
  • Producers: Young-Moon Min, Soon-Joo Lee, Mi-Kyung Kim
  • English Language Producers: Peter Anderson, Cary Silver
  • Director: Soung-Cheol Ko, Kenichi Nishida
  • Storyboards: Dong-Wook Lee, Myung-seop Jeong, Kenichi Nishida, Hiroshi Fukutomi, Hideaki Uehara, Nobuaki Nakanishi, Keiji Hayakawa, Rei Hidaka, Hiroshi Kaburagi, Hoon-Chul Choi, Choong-bok Lee, Jin-Chul Yang
  • Line Producers: Woo-Seong Lim, Jang-Sun Shin, Soo-Jin Hong, Na-Hyun Cho, Yeon-Ji Lee, Jun Tokawa
  • Composer: Mike Tavera
  • Main Title: John Majkut
  • Editors: Mun-Keun Park, Ki-Un Kim
  • Camera Supervisors: Mi Jeong, Duk-Gu Choi, Hak-Seok Choi, Dong-Hee Chang, Jin-Young Ko
  • Art Directors: Won-Taek Hong, Youn-Cheol Cheong, Masazumi Matsumiya
  • Key Art: Taizaburo Abe, Noboru Tatsuike, Midori Chiba
  • Script Translators: Chang-Hee Seong, Yun-Mi Kang
  • Chief Production Coordinators: Jason Evaristo, Dea-Won Cho, Rae-Hyuk Lee
  • Character Designs: Won-Taek Hong, Woo-Young Jeong, Ji-a Eom, Sung-Eun Kang, Min-Ji Kim, Hye-Young Lee, Kyung-Su So, Ki-Young Lee, Masahiro Kase
  • Prop Designs: Woo-Young Jeong, Ji-a Eom, Sung-Eun Kang
  • Color Designs: Min-A Yang, Hajime Komoriya
  • Layout Supervisors: Sung-Hyun Oh, Seung-Jin Bang, Chang-Seob Shin, Jang-Hyun Lee, Jin-Kwang Kim, Kyung-Seok Choi, Ho-Se Lee
  • Key-Animation Supervisors: Eun-Kyung Kwon, Seung-Jin Bang, Yu-Jin Heo, Jong-Hyun Lee, Jin-Kwang Kim, Jae-Won Lee, Hyun-Jeong Lee, Jeong-Duk Seo, Ho-Se Lee
  • Animation Supervisors: Jeong-Hee Kim, Soo-In Park, Soon-Young Lee, Hyun-Jeong Lee, Hee-Kyoung Park, Soon-Young Shin
  • Background Supervisors: Ok-Cheol Shin, Jeong-Cheol Im, Seo-Gu Lee
  • 3D Supervisors: Young-Mook Choi
  • Post Production Sound Effect Services: Hollywood Manner Jae-Seok Park, Yong-Suk Bang, Mok-Kyoung Toh, Eun-Jung Han, Moon-Ki Lee
  • Voice Casting-English Language: BLT Productions Ltd.
  • Audio Post Production Services-English Language: BLT Productions Ltd.
  • Video Post Production Services-English Language: Ocean Productions Inc.
  • Written by Takao Koyama, Yoshimasa Takahashi, Kazuhisa Okamoto, Kenichi Yamada, Yukihito Nonaka, Hiromu Sato, Saki Hasemi, Hideki Mitsui
  • Dialog Scripts-English Language: Marc Handler
  • Layouts: Jang-Won Kang, Jin-Won Kim, Jae-Won Lee, Young-Nam Ko, Tae-Young Kim, Jae-Han Lee, Kyoung-Seob Kim, Gui-Hyun Ryu, Jang-Hyun Lee, Myung-Hyun Kim, Chang-Hwan Park, Ju-Hyun Lee, Bong-Duk Kim, Kil-Young Son, Ho-Se Lee, Seong-Man Kim, Gui-Dal Song, Hwan-Woong Lee, Seong-Il Kim, Min-Ju Song, Hyun-Gun Chang, Seong-Cheol Kim, Chang-Seok Shin, Eun-Ju Cho, So-Yun Kim, Young-Yu An, Chan-Hye Choo, Shin-Gwan Kim, Seon-Yong Yang, Kyoung-Seok Choi, Ik-Yun Kim, Guil-Yun Wi, Hyun-Seong Choi, Jeong-Woo Kim, Bong-Hyun Yu, In-Cheol Hwang, Jong-Young Kim, Soo-Il Youn, Hun-Kook Park, Si-Woo Lee
  • Key Animation: Jang-Won Kang, Tae-Hyung Kim, Soo-Il Youn, Young-Nam Ko, Chang-Hwan Park, Si-Woo Lee, Kyung-Seb Kim, Guil-Young Son, Jea-Won Lee, Myung-Hyun Kim, Gui-Dal Song, Jae-Han Lee, Bok-Jin Kim, Min-Ju Song, Ju-Hyun Lee, Bong-Duk Kim, Hyun-Mi Song, Ho-Se Lee, Seong-Man Kim, Gui-Cheol Shin, Hwan-Woong Lee, Seong-Il Kim, Chang-Seob Shin, Gui-Cheol Jang, Seong-Cheol Kim, Young-Yu An, Hyun-Kun Jang, So-Yun Kim, Jae-Ho An, Eun-Ju Cho, Shin-Kwan Kim, Seong-Young Yang, Chan-Hye Chu, Ik-Yun Kim, Hyun-Kyung Oh, Kyung-Seok Choi, Jeong-Woo Kim, Guil-Yung Wi, Hyun-Seong Choi, Jong-Young Kim, Jea-Woon Yu, Ki-Dong Heo, Jin-Won Kim, In-Cheol Hwang
  • Animation: Min-Young Kang, Jin-Kyung Park, Jae-Hee Lee, Eun-Ju Kang, Kyoung-Ee Pang, Jeong-Soon Lee, Yu-Il Ko, Soon-Ee Pang, Da-Hee Im, Moon-Gue Kak, Han-Na Seo, Da-Ee Jeong, Mi-Kyoung Kim, Gum-Seb Shin, Mi-Na Jae, Min-Ho Kim, Dong-Sik Shin, Chun-Ha Jin, Seon-A Kim, Jeong-Mi An, Soo-Jin Choi, Seong-Ju Kim, Ran-Soo Um, Seung-Hee Ha, Hyun-A Kim, Ryu-Hwa Wang, Kuk Han, Hye-Eun Kim, Kyoung-Sun Yoo, Mi-Hyun Han, Hye-Jeong Kim, Il-Sun Yoo, Jeong-Eee Han, Chang-Yun Doo, Hye Yoo, Hee-Cheol Han, Jeong-Im Lu, Eun-Jin Youn, Seong-Ae Hong, Hyun-Soon Min, Hye-Ok Young, Seon-Min Hwang, Eun-A Park, Man-Pyo Lee, Eun-Jeong Hwang, Eun-Hee Park, Soon-Young Lee, Jeong-Mi Hwang, Eun-Young Lee
  • Color Keys: Hyun Cheong, Jin-Young Lee, Hee-Jeong Choi, Kyung-Hee Choi, Min-A Yang
  • Final Check: Moon-Young Im, Ki-Hyun Kim, Dong-Hee Chang, Ha-Yun Lee
  • Ink and Paint: Yang-Sook Kwan, Se-Na Park, Hayen Wang, Un-Hyun Kim, Jeong-So Park, Eun-Mi Won, Yun-Jin Kim, Kyoung-Seon Paek, Ju-Ryung Yu, Eun-Hee Kim, Mi-Kyoung Paek, Young-Mi Youn, Ji-Eun Kim, Yun-Jeong Son, Byung-Ae Lee, Jin-Young Kim, Yu-Ja Song, Eun-Jeong Lee, Hyun-Joo Kim, Chi-Ji Song, Mi-Seong Chang, Hong-Gu Kim, Ming-Ming Su, Jin-Hee Chang, Bing-Bing Lee, Sea-Ryu Shin, Min-Ra Choi, Myung-Jae Moon, Eun-Soon Shin, Soo-Kyung Choi, Mi-Ok Min, Sang-Wook Shim, Hee-Jeong Choi, Kyung-Hwa Park, Seon-Hee An, Shojan Choi, Lee Wang
  • Backgrounds: In-Gu Lee, Jin-Hee Kim, Eun-A Yang, Tae-Kyoung Kim, Jang-Ho Lee, Hyun-Hye Lee, Eun-Kyung Im, Bong-Yul Lee, Woo-Seong Kim, Jeong-Hee Lee, Mi-Hyeong Kang, Jeong-Hee Lee, Mi-Hyang Kang, Jo-Eun Kim, Soo-Jin Lee, Seung-Chan Kang, Hyang-Ran Im, Min-Jeong Seo, Sang-Ro Youn, Hye-Jin Kim, Min-Hee Kim, So-Young Park, Eun-Ju Kim, Eun-Jeon Moon, Ju-Hee Cheong, Mi-Young Chang, Noon Cheon, Eun-Soo Kim, Sul-Gui Kim, So-Hyun Park, Jea-Young Kim, Gun-Hee Park, Sang-Hoon Yum, Jin-Kyung Lee
  • 3D Artists: Sang-Jin Cheon, Seon-Ok Jeong, Ji-Hwa Park, Jeong-Ho Kim
  • Camera: Hak-Seok Choi, Choong-Yun Lee, Eun-Sik Kim, Hee-Ran An, Min-Seok Park, Hyo-Cheon Shin, Seon-Mi Kim, Mi-Yun Song, Cheol-Young Park
  • Coordinators: Yun-Soo Kang, Young-Il Park, Hyun-Ho Cheon, Bo-Hye, Kim, Jeong-Ho Song, Ha-Jae Cheon, Seong-Soo Kim, Hee-Seung Song, Jin-San Cheong, Jeong-Hoon Kim, Sung-Rok Oh, Ki-Ran Cha, Hee-Jeong Kim, Gu-Ja Won, Yun-Ju Choi, Seok-Jin No, Rae-Hyuk Lee, In-Seok Hwang
  • English voice actors

  • Ditt – Kathleen Barr (Season One), Dorothy Elias-Fahn (Season Two)
  • Ray – Charile Skanker
  • Aring – Michelle Ruff
  • Moreen – Stephanie Sheh
  • Chi Chi – Heather Downey
  • Mir –
  • Ang-Ang -
  • Ninom – Tom Kenny
  • Pachi, Giara – Tabitha St. Germain (Season 1), Marlo Flanagan (Season Two)
  • Dr. Joeb & Mino – Don Brown
  • Chino – Sam Vincent
  • Cheek – Jillian Michaels
  • Poy & Penril – Chantal Strand
  • Prince Brad – Scott McNeil
  • Jin – Cathy Weseluck
  • Jamine – Lisa Ann Beley
  • Korean voice actors

  • Ditt – An Kyeong Jin
  • Pachi – So Yeon
  • Jin – Seo Hye Jeong
  • Penril – Jeong Hyeon Kyeong
  • Cheek, Jamine – Cha Myeong Hwa
  • Poy – Choi Moon Ja
  • Mino – Moon Kwan Il
  • Chino – Oh in Seong
  • Giara - Hyeonju Lee
  • Dr. Joeb – Kim Jeong Ho
  • Prince Brad – Hong Si Ho
  • Spanish voice actors

    Dubbed at: Babalúvox, s.l. audio-video-studio (www.babaluvox.com)

  • Ditt – Daniel Lema Blanco
  • Pachi – Luisa F. Miranda Taboada
  • Jin – Sergio Rodríguez Guisán García
  • Penril – Marina Sánchez de la Peña
  • Cheek – Covadonga Berdiñas Torres
  • Jamine – Amalia Gómez Vázquez
  • Poy – Julia Diz López
  • Mino – Guillermo Cedillo Barbeito
  • Chino – Juan Ignacio Borrego Vázquez
  • Dr. Joeb – José A. Jiménez García
  • Prince Brad – F. Javier López Sánchez
  • Directed by: Covadonga Berdiñas Torres
  • Mix Masters Final Force

    Mix Masters Final Force is the second season of the Mix Master. In this story, Ditt forgets that he was a Mix Master. But when the time comes to save the world once again, he finds new friends to help him in his battle against Eva and Babel, the two new antagonists. After the battle, Ditt and his friends meet the true antagonist of the season, Red Knight. They find out that Red Knight was once a hero who couldn't resist the taste of power and decided to enslave henches to get more power. He ended up being enslaved by his own core force. When Ditt and his comrades finally defeated him they thought it was over but they had to deal with another big threat: Red Knight had a friend called Blue Fox, also mad due to his mad quest for power. He is trying to obtain the Dark Mix Masters.


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