Mixels

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Mixels
GenreAnimated
Comedy
Fantasy
Created byJohn Fang
David P. Smith[disambiguation needed]
Story by
  • David P. Smith and John Fang (S01E21–22 only)
  • Jordan Reicheck (Season 2)
Directed by
  • John Fang (Season 1)
  • Jordan Reicheck (Season 2)
Creative directorDavid P. Smith (Season 1 only)
Voices of(See Characters)
Composers
Country of originUnited States
Denmark
Original languagesEnglish
Danish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes31
Production
Executive producers
Producers
  • Pernelle Hayes (Season 1; S02, eps. 1–7)
  • Donna Smith (Season 2, eps. 7–9)
  • Supervising producers: John Fang (S01), and Jordan Reicheck (Season 2)
Editors
  • Rob Getzschman
  • Tony Tedford (only in "Mixed Up Special")
Running time
  • 30 seconds–3 minutes (shorts)
    5–9 minutes (minisodes)
    21–22 minutes (specials)
Production companies
Original release
NetworkCartoon Network
Release2014 –
2016

Mixels is a 2014 American-Danish Cartoon Network short comedy. It was created with LEGO, produced by Cartoon Network and distributed by Warner Bros..

Characters[change | change source]

  • Mixels
  • Infernites (Leader: Flain; Supporting Mixels: Vulk, Zorch, Meltus, Flamzer, Burnard)
  • Cragsters (Leader: Krader; Supporting Mixels: Seismo, Shuff)
  • Electroids (Leader: Teslo; Supporting Mixels: Zaptor, Volectro)
  • Frosticons (Leader: Flurr; Supporting Mixels: Slumbo, Lunk, Krog, Chilbo, Snoof)
  • Fang Gang (Leader: Jawg; Supporting Mixels: Chomly, Gobba)
  • Flexers (Leader: Kraw; Supporting Mixels: Tentro, Balk)
  • Glorp Corp (Leader: Glomp; Supporting Mixels: Glurt, Torts, Dribbal, Gurggle, Slusho)
  • Spikels (Leader: Scorpi; Supporting Mixels: Footi, Hoogi)
  • Wiztastics (Leader: Magnifo; Supporting Mixels: Mesmo, Wizwuz)
  • Orbitons (Leader: Niksput)
  • Glowkies (Leader: Globert)
  • Klinkers (Leader: Gox)
  • Lixers (Mixels: Spugg, Turg, Tungster)
  • Weldos (Leader: Kramm)
  • Munchos (Leader: Vaka-Waka)
  • MPCD (Leader: Kuffs)
  • Medivals (Leader: Camillot)
  • Mixies (Leader: Jamzy)
  • MCFD (Leader: Splasho)
  • Pyrratz (Leader: Sharx)
  • Medix (Leader: Surgeo)
  • Trashoz (Leader: Sweepz)
  • Nindjas (Leader: Mysto)
  • Newzers (Leader: Screeno)
  • Nixie the Sergeant Nixel
  • Major Nixel
  • King Nixel

Episodes[change | change source]

Series overview[change | change source]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
122February 12, 2014 (2014-02-12)August 31, 2014 (2014-08-31)
24March 9, 2015 (2015-03-09)October 1, 2016 (2016-10-01)

Season 1 (2014)[change | change source]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Written and storyboarded by Original air date Production
code
11"Coconapple"UnknownFebruary 12, 2014 (2014-02-12)501-296-01A
Seismo and Zorch try to get a coconapple (combination of "coconut" and "apple") hanging from a tree.
22"Hot Lava Shower"UnknownFebruary 12, 2014 (2014-02-12)501-296-02F

Vulk gets the Infernites to fix the Lava Shower, and they Max to unclog the pipes, but they heat a toilet and water fountain, resulting in burning Teslo's mouth and Krader's rear.

Note: This is the third short of the Mixed Up Special.
33"Cookironi"UnknownFebruary 12, 2014 (2014-02-12)501-296-02B
Nine first-wave Mixels fight over a single cookironi (combination of "cookie" and "macaroni").
44"Electrock"UnknownFebruary 19, 2014 (2014-02-19)501-296-01D
The Cragsters have a digging contest, but Krader digs into the Electroid kingdom. The other Cragsters find him and everyone ends up dancing in an Electrock (mix between electric and rock) dance party. They later Max and have another contest.
55"Nixels"UnknownFebruary 26, 2014 (2014-02-26)501-296-01E
Flain and Seismo want to have fun on the lava slide, but some Nixels try to nix their fun. Therefore, they fight off the Nixels by mixing.
66"Murp"UnknownMarch 5, 2014 (2014-03-05)501-296-01C
Flain and Krader try getting across a river to get to the Fun-Fun Barbecue Party which Teslo calls super-fun, but they keep making a Murp no matter what they try. They eventually mix, and the party turns super-lame.
77"Pothole"UnknownMarch 5, 2014 (2014-03-05)501-296-02A
Zaptor and Vulk mix to get rid of a pothole on the road, making a white background appear.
88"Mailman"UnknownMarch 12, 2014 (2014-03-12)501-296-02E

When his ceramic Teddy Butterfly doesn't arrive on time, Shuff teams up with the other Cragsters to catch a lightning-fast mailman, Zorch.

Note: This is the fourth short of the Mixed Up Special.
99"Another Nixel"UnknownMarch 19, 2014 (2014-03-19)501-296-02D

Major Nixel tells the Nixels to bring him cubits.

Note: This is the sixth short of the Mixed Up Special.
1010"Changing a Light Bulb"UnknownMay 5, 2014 (2014-05-05)501-296-01B

The Electroids (in a lesson) make their Max to change a lightbulb when the old one goes out.

Note: This is the second short of the Mixed Up Special.
1111"Rockball"UnknownMay 5, 2014 (2014-05-05)501-296-02C
Krader and the Cragsters challenge Flain and the Infernites to a game of Rockball.
1212"Wrong Colors"UnknownMay 21, 2014 (2014-05-21)501-296-03A

Volectro and Shuff get chased by hundreds of Nixels, but the only cubit that they have has the wrong colors, so it is up to Flurr and Gobba to save them.

Note: This is the fifth short of the Mixed Up Special.
1313"Mix Over"
"Nixel 'Mix Over'"
UnknownMay 28, 2014 (2014-05-28)501-296-03F

Major Nixel tells the Nixels to steal cubits from Balk and Lunk by painting them like Mixels.

Note: This is the eighth short of the Mixed Up Special.
1414"Bar B Cubes"UnknownMay 28, 2014 (2014-05-28)501-296-03B
Vulk and Slumbo mix and open a Bar-B-Cube stand, while Krader and Volectro mix and open a Rock-Pop (parody of Pop Rocks) stand. Both try to get Gobba to buy free samples of their snacks because he has only one muck.
1515"Snow Half Pipe"UnknownJune 5, 2014 (2014-06-05)501-296-04C
Flain, Krader, Jawg, Kraw, Slumbo, and Flurr do tricks and mix on an ice half-pipe (save for Flain and Krader, who make a Murp).
1616"Hamlogna Conveyorbelt"UnknownJune 5, 2014 (2014-06-05)501-296-03G
Zaptor wants more Hamlogna sandwiches, so he makes the conveyor belt go too fast for Lunk and Tentro, who then mix to help. Jawg eventually eats all the Hamlogna sandwiches.
1717"Vaudeville Fun"UnknownJune 12, 2014 (2014-06-12)501-296-04B
Kraw and Gobba mix to make an audition judged by Vulk, Slumbo, and Volectro. Nothing goes well, though.
1818"Fang Gang Log Toss"UnknownJune 19, 2014 (2014-06-19)501-296-04A
Chomly and Jawg play Log Toss, despite Slumbo and Flain's protests. Therefore, they make them into a log-shaped Murp and continue playing.
1919"High Five"UnknownJune 19, 2014 (2014-06-19)501-296-03E
Slumbo and Kraw mix to give Chomly high-fives. They eventually make a Murp.
2020"Elevator"UnknownJune 26, 2014 (2014-06-26)501-296-03C

Lunk has to quickly get to Balk's birthday party. However, he is too slow to reach the elevator. Therefore, he mixes with Tentro to make it in time.

Note: This is the seventh short of the Mixed Up Special.
2121"The Biggest and Most Epic Mixels Minisode Ever"
"Epic Comedy Adventure"
David P. Smith, John Fang, and Dominic BisignanoAugust 31, 2014 (2014-08-31)701-???-200

Major Nixel attempts to ruin the Mixels' annual event the Mixfest, so the first two series tribal leaders must stop him and his Nixel army to save Mixel Land.

Note: This is the first short of the Mixed Up Special.
2222"Murp Romp"
"Murp Rump"
David P. Smith, John Fang, and Dominic BisignanoAugust 31, 2014 (2014-08-31)701-???-200

Scorpi and Glurt accidentally Mix into a horrible Murp that goes loose and starts to destroy everything, so Glomp, Torts, Footi, and Hoogi must stop him from sliming and slicing everything up before it is too late.

Note: This is the ninth and final short of the Mixed Up Special.

Season 2 (2015–16)[change | change source]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Written and storyboarded by Original air date Production
code
231"Moon Madness"Michael Diederich, Douglas McCarthy, and John Fang
Miranda Dressler (additional storyboarder)
March 9, 2015 (2015-03-09)701-???-400

The Infernite Cousins go on a camping trip, which quickly turns into an alien abduction, revealing new Mixels on the Mixel Moon.

Note: This special was divided into six shorts: "Only You Can Prevent Forest Freezes, Only You!", "Houston, We Have a Problem!", "Crater Tots!", "Things That Go Murp in the Night!", "Don't Pull the Gravity Plug!", and "Tall Tales From Da Moon!"
242"Quest for the Mixamajig"
"A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig"
Michael Diederich and Skip JonesSeptember 26, 2015 (2015-09-26)701-029-600
A group of Mixels set out on a quest for the mythical Mixamajig without knowing that it is part of King Nixel's plot.
253"Every Knight Has Its Day"Michael Diederich, Skip Jones, and Steven BanksMarch 5, 2016 (2016-03-05)701-030-700

Camillot and Mixadel go to Mixopolis Middle School to learn how to mix with the "common" Mixels.

Note: This episode isn't available on YouTube by Lego.
264"Nixel Nixel Go Away"Michael Diederich, Skip Jones, and Steven BanksOctober 1, 2016 (2016-10-01)701-???-900

Booger must stop King Nixel from replacing Cubits with "I-Cubits" and taking over Mixopolis.

Note: This episode isn't available on YouTube by Lego.

Series 1[change | change source]

Series 1 was released on March 1, 2014, and consists of the tribes the Infernites, the Cragsters, and the Electroids.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Infernite 41500 Flain March 1, 2014 58 pieces
Infernite 41501 Vulk and Nixel March 1, 2014 69 pieces
Infernite 41502 Zorch March 1, 2014 45 pieces
Cragster 41503 Krader and Nixel March 1, 2014 66 pieces
Cragster 41504 Seismo March 1, 2014 50 pieces
Cragster 41505 Shuff March 1, 2014 51 pieces
Electroid 41506 Teslo and Nixel March 1, 2014 54 pieces
Electroid 41507 Zaptor March 1, 2014 61 pieces
Electroid 41508 Volectro March 1, 2014 70 pieces
Series 2[change | change source]

Series 2 was released on June 1, 2014, and consists of the tribes the Frosticons, the Fang Gang, and the Flexers.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Frosticon 41509 Slumbo and Nixel June 1, 2014 61 pieces
Frosticon 41510 Lunk June 1, 2014 51 pieces
Frosticon 41511 Flurr June 1, 2014 46 pieces
Fang Gang 41512 Chomly and Nixel June 1, 2014 68 pieces
Fang Gang 41513 Gobba June 1, 2014 57 pieces
Fang Gang 41514 Jawg June 1, 2014 61 pieces
Flexer 41515 Kraw June 1, 2014 70 pieces
Flexer 41516 Tentro June 1, 2014 69 pieces
Flexer 41517 Balk and Nixel June 1, 2014 68 pieces
Series 3[change | change source]

Series 3 was released on September 1, 2014, and consists of the tribes the Glorp Corp, the Spikels, and the Wiztastics.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Glorp Corp 41518 Glomp September 1, 2014 64 pieces
Glorp Corp 41519 Glurt and Nixel September 1, 2014 62 pieces
Glorp Corp 41520 Torts September 1, 2014 48 pieces
Spikel 41521 Footi September 1, 2014 72 pieces
Spikel 41522 Scorpi September 1, 2014 70 pieces
Spikel 41523 Hoogi and Nixel September 1, 2014 69 pieces
Wiztastic 41524 Mesmo September 1, 2014 64 pieces
Wiztastic 41525 Magnifo and Nixel September 1, 2014 61 pieces
Wiztastic 41526 Wizwuz September 1, 2014 70 pieces
Series 4[change | change source]

Series 4 was released on February 1, 2015, and consists of the tribes the Orbitons, the Infernite Cousins, and the Glowkies.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Orbiton 41527 Rokit and Nixel February 1, 2015 66 pieces
Orbiton 41528 Niksput February 1, 2015 62 pieces
Orbiton 41529 Nurp-Naut February 1, 2015 52 pieces
Infernite Cousin 41530 Meltus February 1, 2015 66 pieces
Infernite Cousin 41531 Flamzer and Nixel February 1, 2015 60 pieces
Infernite Cousin 41532 Burnard February 1, 2015 58 pieces
Glowkie 41533 Globert February 1, 2015 45 pieces
Glowkie 41534 Vampos and Nixel February 1, 2015 59 pieces
Glowkie 41535 Boogly February 1, 2015 52 pieces
Series 5[change | change source]

Series 5 was released on June 1, 2015, and consists of the tribes the Klinkers, the Frosticon Cousins, and the Lixers.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Klinker 41536 Gox and Nixel June 1, 2015 62 pieces
Klinker 41537 Jinky June 1, 2015 59 pieces
Klinker 41538 Kamzo June 1, 2015 58 pieces
Frosticon Cousin 41539 Krog and Nixel June 1, 2015 60 pieces
Frosticon Cousin 41540 Chilbo June 1, 2015 65 pieces
Frosticon Cousin 41541 Snoof June 1, 2015 52 pieces
Lixer 41542 Spugg June 1, 2015 51 pieces
Lixer 41543 Turg and Nixel June 1, 2015 56 pieces
Lixer 41544 Tungster June 1, 2015 60 pieces
Series 6[change | change source]

Series 6 was released on October 1, 2015, and consists of the tribes the Weldos, the Glorp Corp Cousins, and the Munchos.[1]

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Weldo 41545 Kramm October 1, 2015 68 pieces
Weldo 41546 Forx October 1, 2015 65 pieces
Weldo 41547 Wuzzo and King Nixel October 1, 2015 74 pieces
Glorp Corp Cousin 41548 Dribbal October 1, 2015 52 pieces
Glorp Corp Cousin 41549 Gurggle and Cubit October 1, 2015 66 pieces
Glorp Corp Cousin 41550 Slusho and Nixel October 1, 2015 53 pieces
Muncho 41551 Snax October 1, 2015 51 pieces
Muncho 41552 Berp and Nixel October 1, 2015 68 pieces
Muncho 41553 Vaka-Waka October 1, 2015 69 pieces
Series 7[change | change source]

Series 7 was released on February 1, 2016, and consists of the tribes the MCPD (Mixopolis City Police Department), the Medivals, and the Mixies.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
MCPD 41554 Kuffs February 1, 2016 63 pieces
MCPD 41555 Busto and Nixel February 1, 2016 69 pieces
MCPD 41556 Tiketz February 1, 2016 62 pieces
Medival 41557 Camillot February 1, 2016 64 pieces
Medival 41558 Mixadel February 1, 2016 63 pieces
Medival 41559 Paladum and Nixel February 1, 2016 64 pieces
Mixie 41560 Jamzy and Nixel February 1, 2016 70 pieces
Mixie 41561 Tapsy February 1, 2016 57 pieces
Mixie 41562 Trumpsy February 1, 2016 54 pieces
Series 8[change | change source]

Series 8 was released on June 1, 2016, and consists of the tribes the MCFD (Mixopolis City Fire Department), the Pyrratz, and the Medix.

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
MCFD 41563 Splasho June 1, 2016 67 pieces
MCFD 41564 Aquad June 1, 2016 70 pieces
MCFD 41565 Hydro and Nixel June 1, 2016 70 pieces
Pyrrat 41566 Sharx June 1, 2016 55 pieces
Pyrrat 41567 Skulzy and Nixel June 1, 2016 66 pieces
Pyrrat 41568 Lewt June 1, 2016 62 pieces
Medix 41569 Surgeo June 1, 2016 63 pieces
Medix 41570 Skrubz and Nixel June 1, 2016 68 pieces
Medix 41571 Tuth June 1, 2016 67 pieces
Series 9[change | change source]

Series 9–the final series of the line–was released on October 1, 2016, and consists of the tribes the Trashoz, the Nindjas, and the Newzers.[2]

Tribe Reference Name Released Notes
Trasho 41572 Gobbol and Nixel October 1, 2016 62 pieces
Trasho 41573 Sweepz October 1, 2016 61 pieces
Trasho 41574 Compax October 1, 2016 66 pieces
Nindja 41575 Cobrax and Nixel October 1, 2016 64 pieces
Nindja 41576 Spinza October 1, 2016 60 pieces
Nindja 41577 Mysto October 1, 2016 64 pieces
Newzer 41578 Screeno October 1, 2016 73 pieces
Newzer 41579 Camsta and Nixel October 1, 2016 62 pieces
Newzer 41580 Myke October 1, 2016 63 pieces

Discontinuation[change | change source]

Shortly after Cartoon Network announced that the episode "Nixel Nixel Go Away" will be the series finale, The Lego Group cancelled production of the toy line. As a result, the theme was discontinued.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Mix it up with series 6 of LEGO Mixels". Brick Fanatics. Retrieved 6 October 2015.
  2. "First look at LEGO Mixels Series 9". Brick Fanatics. Retrieved 21 April 2016.