Shirley Kennett Pseudonym: Dakota Banks. But by night, they transform into three young pajama-like superheroes fighting to stop fiendish villains from messing with their day. These are the heroes of the night. These are the PJ Masks! The broadcast of PJ Masks airs with two half-episodes lasting about 11 minutes each.
Two half episodes for many programs on television usually are split by a commercial break.
However, all if not, most programs on Disney Junior on Disney Channel air uninterrupted, making for a better adolescent viewing experience. Connor is a tan-skinned boy with brown spiked hair on the front of his head. By day, he usually wears a blue sweater and blue pants.
Catboy appears in a blue cat uniform with stripes, a tail, and cat ears on his mask. Also, he can leap incredible distances and heights. He is the oldest member of the PJ Masks and is very stubborn about his team leadership. Greg has blonde hair and he usually wears a green sweater with a gecko silhouette on it. Greg is the youngest of the trio. His powers include super-strength, super grip used to climb up walls and hold on to moving objects, camouflage, changing color like a chameleon, and running on water.
He can be over-competitive when playing games. Amaya is the only female member of the PJ Masks. She has long brown hair and is usually seen wearing a wing clip in her hair. She usually wears a red dress over top of a pink shirt with red glasses. She has the power of flight, night vision owl eyes, and can stir up gusts of wind from her owl wings. Like Catboy, she has super-hearing in which she can hear things from great distances.
The PJ Masks get around the city in any one of three transportation vehicles, respectively. Like Gekko, this vehicle can also camouflage itself and climb up walls. You would expect the villains to be adults who emerge in the dark of the night to commit their fiendish acts. However, the villains on PJ Masks are just as pint-sized as the heroes themselves. In the first 13 weeks of airing, there have been only three villains. Romeo is an evil mad scientist with the goal of global conquest to make the whole world love him.
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