On the Ninjago holiday: Day of the Departed, the ninja remeber those who have departed. Jay visits his parents at the junkyard; Lloyd and Misako remember Garmadon in the Corridor of Elders;... See full summary »
Since Cole has been cursed to be a ghost for eternity by the ghost of sensei Yang he has not felt himself, but lately he has been losing his grip on reality and disappearing. As the Day of ... See full summary »
Great show, great plot, and great characters!!!! This show follows a group of ninjas run by a master, and they meet a younger ninja who grows up to be a great warrior and hero. They are loud in the library, but I find that funny. The enemies always lose!! The ninjas are so cool to be around. I love this show so much, I could voice it. We should follow our dreams so we can be who we want to be. Other shows may come and go, but Ninjago is here to stay. The voices behind the show's characters became famous. If you love comedies and animation, then this show is for you, and all of your exciting friends. I love Lloyd the best because he makes a scene very funny. Sensei Wu never messes around with these ninjas. Each of the ninjas have a specific power. Lloyd, my favorite character, likes to use a spirit dragon. He used to be the Gold ninja, and he knew it.
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