He has dark blue eyes, which set him apart from the other vehicles which have black ones. He has four foglamps on his roof edge, red springs on his shock absorbers, and his signature flame emblem on either side of his doors and on his steering wheel. He also has a spoiler tucked into his middle back, which flips up when his Blazing Speed is in use. From Season , Blaze's face was altered a little, his mouth appearing smaller and less exaggerated, and his eyes are a little bit smaller and angular than they were in Season 1.
Late into Season 3, Blaze gained taillights on his bumper, gold lining on the upper and lower edges of his framework, and lost the yellow lining on his spoiler. His face has changed as well; his eyes retained their season 1 appearance, though bigger and wider than before, and his mouth is more expressive. His flame sticker is also now sparkly and with a holographic texture, and, like everyone else, his paintwork and foglights became reflective, and his tires have a more realistic texture with visible tears.
Blaze can also do tricks and stunts in mid-air. When he sees a ramp, he'll jump right off it and either do a flip or spin roll. His jumping is also used to reach really high platforms like in Trouble at the Truck Wash when he got the last water sprayer. In several episodes, Blaze is shown to drive or at least bounce off of walls. In Trouble at the Truck Wash , he briefly rides on the piano setup of the music store. Blazing Speed is Blaze's signature power, which allows him to go super fast.
When running low on time, he would deploy the special engine from his rear bumper as it fires up; it is activated upon shouting "Let's Blaze! Once activated, he would go faster than normal for a short time before returning to normal speed.
Usually Blaze would use Blazing Speed alone, but starting from Race to the Top of the World , sometimes other characters would be infused with Blazing Speed so they can go super fast with him. Blazing Speed is the only time Blaze's spoiler is visable, as it pops out whenever the engine is deployed to reduce air resistance when it's in action. Blaze can also use Blazing Speed to do certain tasks.
In Cake-tastrophe! In Race to the Top of the World , Blazing Speed is used to increase the speed of his rock platform to bring its momentum up to In Treasure Track , he uses Blazing Speed to dig for the treasure really fast.
Blaze can transform into various other vehicles and artifacts to get through a specific problem at hand. When Blaze is unable to get past a specific obstacle, AJ would mention another vehicle or artifact that could solve the problem.
An interface will then appear, and Blaze would request help from the viewer to shout out the names of the parts he needs to transform. Usually he would require three parts, though on occasion he uses two or four. After solving the problem, he returns to normal, though there are some occasions he would remain transformed throughout the remainder of the scene or episode. In the Race Car Adventures and Robot Riders episodes, Blaze's foglights can project a digital hologram with the form in mind filled with his transformation power.
To use it in a transformation, the truck that transforms runs through the hologram. Blaze's friends can also transform like Blaze does in a way. To do so, Blaze would send his transformation magic to the truck next to him and they go through the transformation the same way as him. When Blaze transforms, he keeps his face and flame sticker, though there are some occasions the flame would take on a different appearance or design. Usually his transformations consist of parts built on his current form, but there are occasions he would completely transform into another vehicle with its matching shape.
Blaze has an awesome singing voice, as shown several times throughout the series. Usually he would sing offscreen in a duet with AJ, whenever the two start their adventure or demonstrate the episode's STEM theme via a montage, though there are moments where he does sing on screen on occasion.
He can also play the electric guitar, as shown in Truck Rangers when he used his own music to stop Crusher's Robo-Bear from stealing the Super Bravery badge. Blaze learned how to lasso from Starla in Cattle Drive. On his first lesson, he was really good at twirling the rope once he started, and once ready to lasso, he would have to shout "yee-haw!
In Dinocoaster , Blaze uses a rolling pin to squish berries shot from him by berry blasters at the pie factory. When squishing them, he swings the rolling pin like a sword and does flipping jumps. In Ninja Blaze , he and AJ took ninjutsu lessons with Blackbelt and his ninja trucks, becoming ninjas themselves in the process. Blaze used his skills on the way to rescue Crusher and Pickle from a faraway snowy mountain.
He used a powerful chop to break open the dragon gate which got stronger depending on how fast he went. He used the same to chop several snowballs as well as the one Crusher and Pickle are in. As shown in Video Game Heroes , Blaze can create weapons using a similar process to his transformations. He uses his fog lights to project an outline of the desired weapon, calls out the shapes required to make it with the viewer's help, and the weapon is constructed.
One of the major animal relationships Blaze had was with Little Cow in Cattle Drive, where she and Blaze kept cuddling with each other. She even licks Blaze's face at the end as she was saying thank you. They always enjoy having him around, and all together they make a great team. Stripes was the first Monster Machine Blaze became friends with. Stripes has also used Blazing Speed along with Blaze the most. She is the one who inspired Blaze to learn how to lasso from her, and becomes skilled at such.
He enjoys her cowgirl skills, and often uses her Wild West phrases from time to time when around her. Darington enjoys being around Blaze, who idolizes his tricks and stunts. Zeg often gets overexcited whenever Blaze shows up or saves him, and gives him really tight hugs often as a result. When they first met, the two quickly bonded with each other, both having their own drivers in return.
Gabby is another one of Blaze's closest friends. She first met him and AJ when the latter tripped over her toolbox in the Monster Dome, and she was happy to take them to meet the racers. Since then, Gabby often joins Blaze on his adventures or fixes him whenever he breaks down.
Crusher is Blaze's archrival and opponent. Their relationship and rivalry alternates constantly. Most of the time the two are enemies and Crusher is always out to stop Blaze from winning or finishing a task with his constant cheats. Blaze is usually annoyed at Crusher's schemes and always prevails, though there are some times where he is unaware that Crusher is out to stop him. However, there are few occasions where the two have softened and worked together.
One moment was in The Mystery Bandit when he offered to find Crusher's toy truck "Little Trucky" and catch the "mystery bandit" that stole it. They worked together again in The Wishing Wheel when they scoped out the wheel together and he made sure that everyone's wishes came true. A major moment of the two's relationship was in Defeat the Cheat when they had to race with each other for the second Team Truck Challenge.
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The animated series is billed as the first TV show for preschoolers to comprehensively cover areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Most episodes introduce different STEM concepts, including but not limited to buoyancy and trajectory.
Did you know Edit. Many predicaments they face are caused by Blaze's rival, Crusher, a tractor-trailer that will do anything to beat other vehicles to the finish line. Each episode introduces different STEM concepts, including buoyancy and trajectory. User reviews 21 Review. Top review. Fantastic show. Fantastic show! This show is very well done. Very educational and just plain fun to watch. My son loves it.
And I enjoy watching it too. Looking forward to new episodes and many more seasons to come. If you are looking for a show that your kids will get hooked on watching this is it. It's not scary that a lot of cartoons are now. It's clean, educational, adorable and fun. I love the songs they use to teach you about math and science. They stay in your head all day. I found that this was a show my son really responded to.
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Play trailer Animation Action Adventure. Creators Jeff Borkin Ellen Martin. See more at IMDbPro. Episodes Browse episodes. Top Top-rated. Trailer Blaze And The Monster Machines. Photos Top cast Edit. Nolan North Blaze as Blaze …. Nat Faxon Pickle as Pickle …. Kevin Michael Richardson Crusher as Crusher ….
Dee Bradley Baker Bighorns as Bighorns …. James Patrick Stuart Zeg as Zeg …. Kate Higgins Starla as Starla …. Sunil Malhotra Stripes as Stripes …. Alexander Polinsky Darington as Darington …. Scott Krippayne Singer as Singer …. Angelina Wahler Gabby as Gabby. Melanie Minichino Watts as Watts …. Jakari Fraser Aj as Aj …. Jeff Borkin Ellen Martin. More like this. Watch options. Storyline Edit. AJ is an 8-year-old techie who drives monster-truck Blaze, the top racer in Axle City.
The two go on adventures that have them taking on problems involving science and math. Many predicaments they face are caused by Blaze's rival, Crusher, a tractor-trailer that will do anything to beat other vehicles to the finish line, who also has his own subplots in some episodes featuring his boyfriend Pickle. The animated series is billed as the first TV show for preschoolers to comprehensively cover areas of science, technology, engineering and math.
Most episodes introduce different STEM concepts, including but not limited to buoyancy and trajectory. Did you know Edit.
AJ is an 8-year-old techie who drives monster-truck Blaze, the top racer in Axle City. The two go on adventures that have them taking on problems involving science and math. Many predicaments they face are caused by Blaze's rival, Crusher, a. Blaze and the Monster Machines. Blaze and the Monster Machines features Blaze, the world's most amazing monster truck, and his driver, AJ. Preschoolers help. Blaze and the Monster Machines is a CGI-animated interactive children's television series with a focus on teaching STEM that premiered on Nickelodeon on.