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Gaz Digby is a notorious party girl who is a disgraced superstar of The Game, which is a brutal blood sport -- credited with ending all war-- with hyper-creative and artificially intelligent combat weapons that are used to score, attack and defend. In the year 9009, Gaz finds herself demoted to the worst team in the league, The Leptons. She must use her band of misfits to fight her way to the top and win. Googly-eyed amoebas heal the Leptons, and Gaz's redemption seems very far off. The art of "Ballmastrz 9009" is hand-drawn animation in a style similar to anime meshed with French surrealist cartoons. The art is sure to be a treat for everyone.

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A search for lucrative sports memorabilia leads Ace, Gaz, and Babyball to the lair of an Ulsa Guerin wise guy.
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When a stinky stalker torments The Leptons, they enlist the help of a former foe.
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Ace's online obsession arouses the interest of a mysterious video game vixen.
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In an attempt to understand Ace and Babyball's incredible new powers, The Leptons seek the psychotic advice of Crayzar.
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Gaz plans to backstab The Leptons in her first game as captain, but a shocking new display of teamwork might change her mind.
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A lifetime of partying takes an unexpected turn when Gaz Digzy experiences the wildest night of her superstar life.
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Feeling unappreciated by his teammates, Ace finds comfort in a bizarre new vice that leaves him with an unhealthy appetite.
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Dee Dee ditches the team for the hunky leader of a menacing biker gang; Leto tries to man up to win her back.
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Desperate to lose her beer gut by game day, Gaz trains under the master of washboard abs, Flypp Champion.
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The crippling fear of humiliation leads Gaz to sabotage The Leptons' secret plan in a critical match against her former teammates.
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Gaz Digby is a notorious party girl who is a disgraced superstar of The Game, which is a brutal blood sport -- credited with ending all war-- with hyper-creative and artificially intelligent combat weapons that are used to score, attack and defend. In the year 9009, Gaz finds herself demoted to the worst team in the league, The Leptons. She must use her band of misfits to fight her way to the top and win. Googly-eyed amoebas heal the Leptons, and Gaz's redemption seems very far off. The art of "Ballmastrz 9009" is hand-drawn animation in a style similar to anime meshed with French surrealist cartoons. The art is sure to be a treat for everyone.
airs in 14 days
Gaz Digby is a notorious party girl who is a disgraced superstar of The Game, which is a brutal blood sport -- credited with ending all war-- with hyper-creative and artificially intelligent combat weapons that are used to score, attack and defend. In the year 9009, Gaz finds herself demoted to the worst team in the league, The Leptons. She must use her band of misfits to fight her way to the top and win. Googly-eyed amoebas heal the Leptons, and Gaz's redemption seems very far off. The art of "Ballmastrz 9009" is hand-drawn animation in a style similar to anime meshed with French surrealist cartoons. The art is sure to be a treat for everyone.

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