Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 262: The end of OK K.O.

GC13 and David discuss the finale of OK K.O.: Let’s Be Heroes!: Dendy’s Video ChannelLet’s Fight to the End, and Thank You For Watching the Show.

It needs to be said again and again, but OK KO ended before its time. Even one more season of the same length, or making season three a more normal length compared to the rest of the show, would have done wonders.

What’s next for Ian Jones-Quartey? Cartoons take a long time to get off the ground, after all.

This episode is also available on YouTube.


  1. Great episode guys!
    <em>O.K. K.O.</em> Let’s Be Heroes was fun while it lasted. Even though there are some episodes I don’t like (The Skeleton Remote comes to mind), the characters were great and I enjoyed a lot of their interactions.
    Even though I'm sad <em>O.K. K.O.<em> got canned, I don't think this is evidence that the show was a failure for the network. As Ian’s old buddy from <em>Nockforce</em> Jim Gisriel stated on the Pizza Party Podcast, the show accomplished a lot. It was able to complete over 100 episodes, got several mobile app games, and have crossover episodes with Captain Planet and Sonic the Hedgehog. Both of these characters are pop icons of the 90s, the latter of which is one of the most popular video-game characters of all time.

    So, yeah, here’s to Ian moving on to bigger things.

    • David on September 28, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    Great point about all the accomplishments OK KO got to have in its run. Ian certainly got to see so many dreams realized through this show, even if it ended earlier than fans might have wanted.

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