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  • TV-Y7
  • 2005
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.3  (291)

IGPX, which stands for Immortal Grand Prix, was a futuristic sports anime series that aired on Cartoon Network from 2005 to 2006. The show was a unique combination of sci-fi and sports, which attracted a wide range of audiences. Michelle Rodriguez, Haley Joel Osment, and Peter Cullen provided their voices to the show's main characters, which added to the show's appeal.

The show revolved around a futuristic racing league, the IGPX, where teams of mechas (giant robots) raced against each other. The league had teams from all over the world and was a crowd-puller, drawing fans from across the planet.

The story followed Team Satomi, a young and inexperienced team, as they rose from the bottom of the league and competed against seasoned teams. The team consisted of Takeshi, Liz, and Amy, three talented pilots who worked tirelessly to make a name for themselves in the IGPX.

The show's plot was not just limited to the racing league. It also had a captivating behind-the-scenes story, following the various challenges and rivalries between the teams. This aspect of the show made it even more engaging and kept viewers on their toes.

IGPX also depicted cutting-edge gaming technology and futuristic designs, which added to the visual appeal of the show. The mecha designs were particularly impressive and had a unique, sleek look that set them apart from other giant robots seen in anime.

Michelle Rodriguez played the role of Liz Ricarro, the IGPX team's mechanic. She was responsible for maintaining and upgrading the team's mecha, which played a crucial role in the team's success. Rodriguez's character was fierce and determined, and her strong personality helped the team through many challenges.

Haley Joel Osment played the role of Takeshi Jin, the team's captain and star pilot. He was a natural talent in the league, and his skills were unmatched. However, Takeshi's abilities alone were not enough to win races. He had to rely on his teammates' skills and work as a team to succeed, which was a recurring theme throughout the show.

Peter Cullen provided his voice to the role of the team's coach, U-T. He was a seasoned veteran in the league and was famous for his no-nonsense approach. His guidance and advice were invaluable to the team, and his presence added to the show's star-studded cast.

Overall, IGPX was a thrilling anime series that combined sports with futuristic technology. The show had a captivating plot and an array of unique characters that made it an instant hit with fans. The show's cast, which included Michelle Rodriguez, Haley Joel Osment, and Peter Cullen, added to the show's star power, and their performances were commendable.

IGPX was a milestone for Cartoon Network as it was one of the few anime shows that they produced, and it gained a significant following during its runtime. The show's influence extended beyond its initial release, as it continues to be a popular watch amongst fans of the genre.

IGPX is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (24 episodes). The series first aired on November 5, 2005.

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Winner's Circle
11. Winner's Circle
July 29, 2006
Takeshi is having mechanical trouble with his mech again in the all-star race, and Liz is now representing a clothing company in a fashion show causing Jessie to fear that she will quit the team.
10. Fate
July 22, 2006
The race with Sledge Mama heats up to epic proportions as Yamma is determined to win. Takeshi and Liz each lose a mech arm early in the race, and Amy still is not fully healed. Does Team Satomi stand a chance when it is so crippled?
To The Place Meant To Be
9. To The Place Meant To Be
July 15, 2006
All of a sudden, Liz accepts a modeling job. She is usually a discreet girl, and Takeshi and Amy are just puzzled: what happened to their teammate? At that moment, Himawari shocks the clan, "I saw Liz with two pilots from Skylark!" Before anyone could figure out why, the annual IGPX Festival commences. But there's something wrong with Takeshi's machine! Can Takeshi reach the goal safely? What is Liz's intention with her modeling stint?
8. Decision
July 21, 2006
The race with Sledge Mama heats up to epic proportions as Yamma is determined to win. Takeshi and Liz each lose a mech arm early in the race, and Amy still is not fully healed. Does Team Satomi stand a chance when it is so crippled?
7. Comeback
July 1, 2006
Amy is released from the hospital but risks further injury when she attempts to race against her doctor's advice. Meanwhile, Yamma is under a directive from the owners of Sledge Mama to win the championship this year or face getting kicked off the team.
The New Me
6. The New Me
June 24, 2006
Takeshi finally comes back to grips in time for the race againts Team Skylark.
Puzzle Rings
5. Puzzle Rings
June 17, 2006
Takeshi's inner conflicts come to full force during their race againts team Velshtein. His own inability to race leads Andrei to use a desperate move to prevent defeat.
White Snow
4. White Snow
June 10, 2006
Team White Snow uses dirty tactics to defeat Team Satomi. During the course of the race, Amy is taking out and now has an injured leg. With an up coming race againts Team Velhstein, Team Satomi has no choice but to find a replacement...Andrei.
Vulnerable Mind
3. Vulnerable Mind
June 3, 2006
The inner conflict in Team Satomi's continues to become an issue as they race againts the seasons new Rookies, Team White Snow.
Feeling Lost
2. Feeling Lost
May 27, 2006
The pressure continues to build on Team Satomi. Andrei comes up with a new play for their upcoming race againts black egg, but it's not received well by Takeshi.
A New Challenge
1. A New Challenge
May 20, 2006
The pressure of being the champions take it's toll on Team Satomi as they face off againts Team Edgeraid in the first match of the season.
Where to Watch IGPX
IGPX is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch IGPX on demand at Sling and Adult Swim.
  • Premiere Date
    November 5, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (291)