Monster Allergy
Created by
Written by
  • Francesco Artibani
  • Bruno Enna
  • Earl Kress
  • Anne-Marie Perrotta
  • Tean Schultz
  • Kurt Weldon
Directed byIginio Straffi
Creative directors
  • Marco Storani
  • Michel Rodrigues
Voices of(Zick, Elena, Bombo and Timothy-Moth)
(Italian version)
(French version)
(Both Bombo and Timothy-Moth)
(German version)
(English version)
Theme music composer
  • Mike Shields
  • Hal Beckett
  • Scott Bucsis
  • William Anderson
  • Matt Ouimet
  • Roberto Belelli
  • Francesco Sardella
  • Michele Bettali
  • Stefano Carrara
  • Michele Bettali
  • Stefano Carrara
  • Fabrizio Castania
Country of origin
  • Italy
  • France
  • Germany
Original languages
  • Italian
  • English
  • German
  • French
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Joanne Lee (Rainbow S.p.A.)
  • Philippe Delarue (Futurikon)
  • Annita Romanelli (Rai)
  • Natalie Altmann (M6)
  • Nicole Keeb (ZDF)
ProducerIginio Straffi
  • Beatrice Latini
  • Giorgia Tranquilli
Running timeApproximately 30 minutes
Production companies
Original release
Release23 September 2006 (2006-09-23) –
18 August 2009 (2009-08-18)

Monster Allergy is an internationally co-produced animated television series co-created by Katja Centomo, Francesco Artibani, Alessandro Barbucci, and Barbara Canepa, based on the Italian comic book series of the same name.[1] It was jointly produced by Futurikon, Rainbow, M6, Rai Fiction and ZDF.[2] It was initially broadcast on Rai 2 in Italy, and later aired on M6 in France, on KiKa in Germany, on YTV in Canada, and on Kids' WB in the United States.

Beginning on 13 March 2018, the series has been officially made available for streaming on YouTube.[3][4]


Monster Allergy is based on a comic book series of the same name. The series follows a young boy Ezekiel Zick (nicknamed Zick) who suffers from various allergies and has the ability to see the invisible monsters that live among us. Along with help of his best friend, Elena Potato and his talking cat, Timothy, Zick hopes to hone his powers to one day become a Monster Tamer just like his dad, Zobedja Zick.[5][6]


Main article: List of Monster Allergy episodes

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
PilotJanuary 31, 2009 (2009-01-31)
126September 23, 2006 (2006-09-23)January 20, 2008 (2008-01-20)
226December 27, 2008 (2008-12-27)August 18, 2009 (2009-08-18)


Main article: List of Monster Allergy characters


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In the fiction of the show Tamers are beings with special powers; their main characteristic is The Dom, an energy that is passed from parent to child. With the passing of the generations, powers and knowledge are passed on which lead to real dynasties of Monster Tamers.

The five Dom powers are:

Dom Items

The Dom Items are valuable items that are given by the Tutors to experienced Tamers.


In Italy, Monster Allergy premiered on 6 February 2006 on Rai 2.[29]

In France, the series premiered on M6[30] (a co-producer of the series) on 18 October 2006 as part of its M6 Kid strand.

In Germany, the series premiered on 23 October 2006 on KiKa.

In the United States, the series premiered on 23 September 2006 on Kids' WB television block broadcast on the affiliates of The CW network.[31] It was shown with scenes edited or cut for time constraints and due to censorship,[32][33] and the airing order did not follow production order. The series was later made available in its unaltered English dub to watch on Netflix.

in the United Kingdom the series aired on BBC One and CBBC from 2006 and later on Cartoon Network and Cartoon Network Too from 2008.

In Canada, it was broadcast on YTV during Crunch and The Zone.

In Latin America it was aired on Jetix in 2007, only season one was broadcast.


For Common Sense Media, Emily Ashby gave Monster Allergy a mixed review. She wrote that "cartoon violence (explosions, laser blasts from eyes) is commonplace throughout the show" and that it "exists mostly as TV fluff."[34]


  1. ^ "Monster Allergy: 26-teilige italienisch-deutsche 2-D-Zeichentrickserie 2006" (in German). KiKa.
  2. ^ Monster Allergy at
  3. ^ Monster Allergy. "Monster Allergy Season 1 [FULL EPISODES]". YouTube. YouTube, LLC. Retrieved 16 April 2020.
  4. ^ Monster Allergy. "Monster Allergy Season 2 [FULL EPISODES]". YouTube. YouTube, LLC. Retrieved 16 April 2020.
  5. ^ Monster Allergy on
  6. ^ Monster Allergy summary in Archived 31 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ See Season 1, Episode 1: "House of Monster"
  8. ^ a b c d e See Season 1, Episode 9: "Canned Monsters"
  9. ^ See Season 1, Episode 2: "Monster Pod Under Oldmill"
  10. ^ See Season 1, Episode 4: "The Monster Next Door"
  11. ^ See Season 1, Episode 8: "Terror in the Deep"
  12. ^ a b See Season 1, Episode 3: "Cat in the Pot"
  13. ^ a b See Season 1, Episode 5: "The Pyramid of Invulnerable"
  14. ^ See Season 1, Episode 13: "Mugalak!"
  15. ^ See Season 1, Episode 7: "Pirates Hideout"
  16. ^ a b See Season 1, Episode 17: "The Return of Magnacat"
  17. ^ See Season 2, Episode 32: "The Fall of Barrymore House"
  18. ^ See Season 2, Episode 33: "Moog's Revenge"
  19. ^ See Season 2, Episode 18: "The General Inspector"
  20. ^ a b See Season 2, Episode 40: "The Invisible Enemy"
  21. ^ See Season 1, Episode 22: "The Secret Door"
  22. ^ See Season 2, Episode 29: "The Dragon's Awakening"
  23. ^ See Season 2, Episode 35: "The Snowman"
  24. ^ See Season 2, Episode 36: "The Island Rebels"
  25. ^ See Season 2, Episode 38: "Sinistro's Circus"
  26. ^ See Season 2, Episode 39: "The Tamers' Tournament"
  27. ^ See Season 2, Episode 51: "The House in the Swamp"
  28. ^ See Season 2, Episode 52: "The Hundred and First Door"
  29. ^ "È ON AIR MONSTER ALLERGY". E-duesse. February 7, 2006.
  30. ^ "M6kid - Monster Allergy". M6. 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-12-11.
  31. ^ "Homepage - Global".
  32. ^ Archived at Ghostarchive and the Wayback Machine: "Kids wb monster allergy promo". YouTube.
  33. ^ "Kids' WB! On the CW Talkback: "Monster Allergy" - September & October (SPOILERS)".
  34. ^ "Monster Allergy TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media". Common Sense Media. 28 March 2007.