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Aaron Stone
AaronStonePoster.jpg
Aaron Stone poster
Genre Action/Adventure
Sci Fi
Teen Drama
Comedy
Created by Bruce Kalish
Starring Kelly Blatz
Tania Gunadi
David Lambert
J.P. Manoux
Country of origin United States
Canada
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 25 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Bruce Kalish
Suzanne French
Producer(s) Bruce Kalish
Editor(s) Eric Goddard
Location(s) Toronto, Ontario, Canada, India and United States
Camera setup Single camera
Running time 22 minutes (approx.)
Broadcast
Original channel Family
Disney XD (2009-present)
Picture format High-definition television (HDTV)
Original airing February 13, 2009
External links
Official website

Aaron Stone is a live-action, single-camera adventure series created by Bruce Kalish. Originally broadcast with the launch of Disney XD on February 13, 2009, the series is about a teenager named Charlie Landers who is enlisted to become the real-life counterpart of his world-renowned avatar 'Aaron Stone' from the fictional video game 'Hero Rising'. The series stars Kelly Blatz, David Lambert, J. P. Manoux and Tania Gunadi.

Production for the first season ran from June 2, to December 19, 2008. The first season aired on Disney XD from February 13, to August 27, 2009. On May 5, 2009, Disney announced that the show had been renewed for a second season. Kelly Blatz, the actor who plays Charlie Landers, confirmed via Twitter that production for the second season began on June 22, 2009.

The second season premiered February 24, 2010 on Disney XD.

Contents

Characters

Main

  • Kelly Blatz as Charlie Landers/Aaron Stone: The protagonist, who assumes the role of his video-game avatar in order to protect his family and the world. His Hero Rising avatar and real-live secret identity is named "Aaron Stone." He is 16 years old at the beginning of Season 1 and is 17 years old in the middle of Season 1.
  • David Lambert as Jason Landers/Terminus Mag: Charlie's 14 (most of season 1) - 15-year-old (end of season 1) younger brother, who, like Charlie, is an enthusiastic Internet-game player. His gaming skills are seriously lacking. He appears in the game as Terminus Mag, a giant golden robot who is his brother's ally. Jason has no idea his brother Charlie is a secret real life world crime-fighting hero: Aaron Stone. He has a crush on Emma but she doesn't return his feelings. He got a kiss from Emma when Stan's arm broke down, to get his concentration on her kiss, in "Game On". And it also surprised Charlie giving a hint that Charlie has a crush on her.
  • J. P. Manoux as S.T.A.N.: Charlie's android sidekick. His name is said to be an acronym of "Sentient Tactical Assisting Neo-human". Stan is ruled by Asimov's Laws of Robotics: He must not harm humans or allow humans to be harmed, and he must obey orders. Stan's lock-down mode activates whenever his circuits are being tampered turning him into traveling cargo.
  • Tania Gunadi as Emma Lau/Dark Tamara: A computer-savvy tomboy who is Charlie's next door neighbor. She knows of Charlie's double identity and works for Mr.Hall. She is very proficient in hacking, as she accesses Vas and Ram's Webcam in Kolkata after hacking Charlie's laptop and stealth. She created most of Charlie's weapons and is a 2nd degree weapon specialist. She like Charlie has an alter-ego her avatar, Dark Tamara. It is hinted during the series that both Emma and Charlie have feelings for each other, and that given time it could develop into romance. She kissed Jason on the lips, when Stan's arm broke down, to get his concentration on her kiss, in "Game On". And it also surprised Charlie giving a hint that Charlie has a crush on her.

Recurring

  • Martin Roach as T. Abner Hall: The President of HALL Industries and maker of the game 'Hero Rising'. He is Charlie's mentor and Stan's creator. It was his idea to help the world by creating a think-tank, which lead to the creation of the intelligence serum that turned the Omega Defiance into villains bent on destruction. In Hall's defense, he told them not to take the serum as it wasn't finished testing. He refused the request from the group to take his vial of the serum and instead opts to use all of Hall Industries resources to help bring down the Omega Defiance and undo the damage the serum has caused. Mr. Hall is always seen with his face hidden in the shadows. He does this on purpose, as anyone who sees his face would become a target of the Omega Defiance. Mr. Hall's face can sometimes be vaguely made out, but never completely seen, even in flashbacks.
  • Shauna MacDonald as Amanda Landers: Charlie & Jason's mother & new employee of HALL Industries.
  • Vasanth Saranga as Vas Mehta: The brother of Ramdas. Vas' Hero Rising video game avatar is Vasuvius from Kolkata, India. Vas is the nerdier and more traditional of the two brothers.
  • Jesse Rath as Ramdas 'Ram' Mehta: The brother of Vas. Ram's Hero Rising video game avatar is Lethal Lotus from Kolkata, India. Ram often wears a mechanical helmet and is slightly more cool than his brother.
  • Rob Ramsay as Percy Budnick: A large bully who has a crush on Emma and is always out to get Jason. Jason often provokes Budnick. Percy is also a member of the Easltand High wrestling team.
  • Italia Ricci as Chase Ravenwood: Charlie's classmate and love interest. She is secretly obsessed with comic books and finds a connection with Charlie when they find out they both enjoy the "Lost Fighter" series of comics. Chase moved to California in "Saturday Fight Fever" to much of Charlie's disappointment.
  • Daniel DeSanto as Harrison: Eastland High's resident nitwit, Harrison often pesters Charlie, Emma and Jason.
  • Malcolm Travis as Elias Powers: A former Hall Industries researcher & the real creator of the Hero Rising video game. A programming genius, he designed the game to be unbeatable. In finding out the truth about the Omega Defiance, he fell out with Mr. Hall and joined the seven. He escaped in "Mind Games" but was recaptured in the season 1 finale.
  • Meaghan Rath as Tatianna Caine: Mr. Hall's daughter who works for the Omega Defiance. She later helped Aaron fight off Kronis to save Vas and Ram and later accompanied him to his school dance, in which the two bonded. It is shown that Aaron has not given up on her, and still sees good in her, trusting her fully in "Saturday Fight Fever". It is unknown if she has deflected to the good side, but known that she is kept closely with her father.

Enemies

Omega Defiance:

The Omega Defiance is an evil group composed of the seven most brilliant minds of which Aaron Stone has to defeat. The group once worked for T. Abner Hall to device a think-tank for the betterment of mankind but the plan backfired. The intelligence serum the group had created were taken by them and instead of making them smarter, made them more aggressive. This aggressiveness lead them to betray Hall and now they are bent on destroying mankind to create a new one in which they rule. They are all presumably destroyed by Damaged, a mutant escapee from the research lab called Sector 21, in season 2, except for Dr. Necros who is taken prisoner.

  • Anthony J. Mifsud as Dr. Necros: A chemist who specializes in creating dangerous serums and toxins. His name is derived from a Greek term meaning "death". Dr. Necros is currently Damaged's prisoner.
  • Steven Yaffee as Xero: A young corporate executive who is skilled in handling computers, but incapable of adequate social relations. Xero is an owner of Xero Industries. He is known for fighting through the use of machines and technology, rather than taking on Aaron face-to-face. Due to his social awkwardness, he often speaks in text language (ex. LOL, Stone!). His name is probably a reference to the binary code, zero being one of the binary digits.
  • Xhemi Agaj as Helix: A geneticist who specializes in Genetic Mutations, mixing animal and human species together. He has an Albanian accent. His name comes from the structure of DNA, which is a double-helix.
  • Tom McCamus as Zefir: A meteorologist once focused on using his genius to create devices to help change the world. After turning evil, his focus is to create devastating weapons that use weather as part of the destruction (e.g. Lightning Laser). He is known to employ a team of Ninjas (led by head Ninja "Kwan") to help carry out his doings. His name is derived from the Greek god of the West Wind, Zephyr.
  • Serain Boylan as Cerebella: A neurologist specializing in Mind Control. Her name is derived from a region of the brain called the cerebellum, which is responsible for sensory perception, coordination and motor control.
  • Michael Copeman as General Cross: A general who specializes in weaponry and all things military. He has a large facial scar and is known to wear army fatigues and a beret. The name Cross is probably a reference to the Latin, crux, which figuratively means torture. He was confirmed as destroyed in "Damage Control"
  • Kent Staines as Kronis: A scientist specializing in time travel. His name is a Latin reference to Cronos which means time.

The Mutants:

The Mutants are a group of people who were captured by the Omega Defiance and experimented on, transforming them into mutants with amazing powers and who serve as the main antagonists for season 2. They were housed in a secret lab called Sector 21. They wish to take revenge on all humans for the acts of cruelty done to them at the hands of the Omega Defiance.

  • Greg Bryk as Damaged: A mutant reject from the Omega Defiance's experiments from Sector 21. He escapes and leads his fellow mutants against the Defiance for their cruelty and becomes an antagonist to Charlie/Aaron Stone. He wears various masks and has telekinetic powers. He is responsible for the presumed destruction of the Omega Defiance and the capture of Dr. Necros.
  • Ben Slivers: A timid mutant who was part of an experiment involving rats. He is easily startled and can contort himself to fit through small spaces. Charlie questioned him about his father's connection to the Omega Defiance. He is also very afraid of Damaged as he ran screaming after S.T.A.N. mentioned him.
  • Shackles: A Russian mutant who had strength experiments performed on him by the Defiance, who implanted animal muscles into his body, turning him into an uncontrollable monster with freakish strength, he uses the cuffs and chains on his wrists, which are made of unbreakable titanium and were originally used to keep him under control, as weapons.
  • Jordan Prentice as Mr. Galapagos: A mutant midget who can control electricity. He has to remain in a specialized containment unit in order to neutralize his powers. He managed to acquire a prototype ion resistant suit, which allowed him to be able to leave his containment unit and use his powers only when the suit is removed. Unlike the other Sector 21 mutants, he does not follow Damaged, and instead of destroying the planet, he aims to rule it.
  • Hive: A mutant (and the only female one shown) who has control over insects.
  • Steeltrap: A mutant with metal teeth.
  • U: A disfigured australian mutant who possesses the power to shape-shift. All he needs to do is look at someone's face, and his molecules recreate the persons image. His body can also mimic objects as well, such as when he had his hands mimic a branding iron. Not much is known about his past, he has stated that he had a life before the Defiance experimented on him, and that he was an olympic athlete. He impersonated Aaron and kidnapped T. Abner Hall, but Aaron managed to rescue him.

Guest Stars

  • Sarah Gadon as Dr. Martin: Mr. Hall's longtime friend, Dr. Martin, helps Mr. Hall by purposely stealing money and diamonds in front of Aaron Stone to test his loyalty.
  • Chris Jericho as Billy "The Body Bag" Cobb: A championship MMA fighter who is kidnapped by Xero.
  • Sally Taylor-Isherwood as Samantha: A new student in "Chuck & Charlie".
  • Douglas Murray as Daniel Landers. Charlie and Jason's deceased father. He gave Charlie a copy of Hero Rising and apparently went on business trips. He is the one who made up Aaron Stone as a representation of a young cowardly Charlie's inner hero. He was captured by the Omega Defiance and forced to create computer programs.
  • Jacob Kraemer as Baxley: A member of the school's basketball team and Charlie's friend.
  • John MacDonald as Dark Owl: The agent Mr. Hall employed before Aaron Stone. Dark Owl perishes in the opening scene of the show at the hands of the Omega Defiance operative, Soul Jacker (a foot soldier of Necros'). There have been rumors stating that Dark Owl could be Charlie Lander's deceased father, but this hasn't been confirmed yet. Those rumors are disproved in season 2.
  • Ho Chow as Souljacker:"The Most Dangerous Man Alive" A member of the Omega Defiance who has mastered fighting with two thin pipes that act like boomerangs. He is Dr. Necros' assistant.
  • Dillon Casey as Dax: Time Genius Kronis' son is a member of Omega Defiance. He has "daddy issues."
  • James Binkley as The Beast. A half human, half sabertooth tiger, mutant "tiger-man" That was defeated by Aaron Stone. He is the main antagonist in the episode "Beastland"
  • Jeanne Goosen as Arkov: She works for Dr. Helix & the Omega Defiance. She is known for her trademark facial mole.
  • Jason Earles as Hunter: Tasked with being STAN's replacement, he is a defective model that was rushed out of production too quickly. He malfunctions and his task changes to destroy Aaron Stone since the rebel shots on his right chest in front of Aaron Stone.
  • Zoë Belkin as Megan Budnick: She has crush on Jason. Precy's little sister.

Emma's Designs

#s List 1 List 2 List 3 List 4
1 Sonic Pulsator 3000 Detonation Locator Communication Device
2 Laser Guns Climbing Spike Laser Ray black sunglasses Blaster
3 Video Camera Parking Sensor Tranq Blaster Electro Depleter

Episodes

International release

Country / Region Channel
United States United States of America Disney XD (United States)
Disney Channel (United States)
Sweden Sweden Disney XD Scandinavia
Canada Canada Family Channel
South America Latin America & Central America Disney XD (Latin America), Disney Channel Latin America
Nicaragua Nicaragua
Guatemala Guatemala
Mexico Mexico
Brazil Brazil
Ecuador Ecuador
Colombia Colombia
Argentina Argentina
Panama Panama
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
Peru Peru
El Salvador El Salvador
Costa Rica Costa Rica
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Chile Chile
Honduras Honduras
Bolivia Bolivia
Venezuela Venezuela
Colombia Colombia Canal 13
Chile Chile Canal 13
Australia Australia Disney Channel (Australia and New Zealand)
New Zealand New Zealand
Fiji Fiji
Tuvalu Tuvalu
Singapore Singapore Disney Channel Asia
Malaysia Malaysia
Brunei Brunei
South Korea Korea
Vietnam Vietnam
Indonesia Indonesia
Hong Kong Hong Kong
Philippines Philippines
Palau Palau
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Spain Spain Disney XD (Spain)
France France Disney XD (France)
Italy Italy Disney XD (Italy)
San Marino San Marino
Vatican City Vatican City
Poland Poland Disney XD (Poland)
Portugal Portugal Disney Channel
Commonwealth of Independent States CIS СТС
Romania Romania Disney Channel (Central and Eastern Europe)
Moldova Moldova
Hungary Hungary
Bulgaria Bulgaria
Slovakia Slovakia
Slovenia Slovenia
Germany Germany Disney XD (Germany)
Austria Austria
Switzerland Switzerland
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
India India Disney XD (India)
Greece Greece Disney XD (Greece)
Serbia Serbia Disney XD (Serbia)
Montenegro Montenegro
Japan Japan Disney XD (Japan)
Netherlands Netherlands Disney XD (Netherlands)
Republic of China Taiwan Disney Channel Taiwan

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