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Have you been checking out KAIJUDO: RISE OF THE DUEL MASTERS on The Hub? If not, check out my review of the series premiere right here, then get caught up on Saturday nights at 8pm ET/PT on The Hub. Now, the fine folks at The Hub have hooked up The Rock Father with about 10 KAIJUDO headbands, so I’m giving some of them away to YOU. My little one LOVES hers, to the point where separating the two is nearly impossible after an afternoon of play. Would you like one of these? If so, enter via the Rafflecopter widget below.

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kaijudoaddie“Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters” is an animated action-fantasy series that follows the adventures of a young hero, Ray, who possesses the rare ability to befriend and duel alongside fantastical creatures from a parallel dimension. Evil forces would have these creatures tamed and enslaved, so Ray and his two best friends must join the ranks of the mysterious Duel Masters to ensure the survival of both races before it’s too late. In the end, it’s up to Ray to master the ancient art of Kaijudo in order to protect both worlds.

The series features the vocal talents of popular actors and veteran voiceover artists. They include:

  1. Scott Wolf (“V,” “Party of Five”) – Ray
  2. Freddy Rodriguez (“Ugly Betty,” “Six Feet Under”) – Chavez
  3. Oded Fehr (The Mummy) – The Choten
  4. Kari Wahlgren (“Phineas and Ferb,” Tangled) – Allie
  5. Phil LaMarr (“MADtv,” “Futurama”) – Gabe
  6. Grey DeLisle (“Green Lantern: The Animated Series,” “Super Best Friends Forever”) – Alakshmi & Nadia
  7. Andrew Kishino (“GI Joe Renegades”) – Kimora & Grandpa
  8. John DiMaggio (“Futurama,” “Pound Puppies”) – Nigel
  9. David Sobolov (“Beast Wars: Transformers”) – Tatsurion the Unchained (Bob)
  10. Dee Bradley Baker (“Family Guy,” “American Dad!”) – Gargle & Jaha
  11. Jason Marsden (“Transformers Rescue Bots”) – Fingers 

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