Previously only available to wireless users, The Atomic County, an original animated action adventure series derived from the comic book created by the character Seth Cohen in the hit series The O.C., is now viewable exclusively on iTunes. Comprised of 14 animated shorts that run 2 minutes each, The Atomic County stars four cartoon superheroes inspired by Seth's friends on The O.C.: Cosmolass (inspired by Marissa Cooper) possesses a magic flask and cool Cosmobile; Kid Chino (in honor of Ryan Atwood) can transform his fists into an indestructible metal alloy for a super-powered punch; Lil' Miss Vixen (paying homage to Summer Roberts) rides an invisible Vespa scooter and sports razor-sharp credit cards; and The Ironist (based upon Seth himself) disarms adversaries with his quick wit and mind-bending rhetoric.
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I just found AC clips on youtube and I had to have all of them on my ipod! I love how they incorporated minor characters like Zach, Oliver, Trey and Anna (just to name a few) in these little episodes. My only gripe is the change of Cosmo Girl's name...I'm guessing it was changed because there is a Cosmo Girl magazine. Anyway, great concept!
If you are a fan of the awesome drama "The O.C." then you will like "Atomic County. The characters on this animated mini-series are based off of the characters from "The O.C.": Seth Cohen, Marissa Cooper, Ryan Atwood, and Summer Roberts. In "Atomic County", these 4 characters are put in the roles of teen superheroes -- a wonderful concept, and stays true to the episodes featured in the second season of "The O.C." where "Atomic County" started. iTunes, please PLEASE give us seasons 1 through 3 of "The O.C.", because you already have season 4 on iTunes.
This collection of shorts is so much fun to watch and you get to discover what comic book character each of the oc's characters would have become in seth's atomic county comic book. Like Type-A is taylor townsend, and luke is all american boy. I think for the next season of atomic county it should be a reflection of season three and four of the oc. Its fun to watch this cartoon version of the show, and i hope there are more seasons to come. To bad atomic county isnt a comic book for real.
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