Battletoads

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FOX (ended 1991)

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Battletoads

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Battletoads is the story of three unpopular, surf-loving high school students of Oxnard, California that were turned into crime-fighting toads in order to save a princess named Angelica. Rash, Zitz and Pimple, the Battletoads, actually come from a classic video game series by Tradewest created to rival the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games. The games were developed by the now legendary company, Rare.

After airing the pilot episode on UPN, the show was never picked up for a full season. The lone episode was later released on VHS in 1994 by DIC Entertainment.

The Battletoads games and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games had a lot in common. Many of the attacks of the villains are thought to be based off of similar attacks from its competition, the Turtles. The Battletoads games were so successful that there were eventually four games featuring the characters that nobody thought would make it.

Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

voice of General Slaughter

Michael Donovan

Michael Donovan

voice of Professor T. Bird

Kathleen Barr

Kathleen Barr

voice of Princess Angelica

Ian James Corlett

Ian James Corlett

voice of Zitz/Morgan Ziegler

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  • "Let's get warty!"

    9.4
    This is a show based on an arcade game called "Battletoads". It was very cartoon-like compared to the games it was based on. It was about an alien bird named Professor T-Bird, who turns three average teenagers into butt-kicking heroes known only as the "Battletoads". The Battletoads objective was to protect Princess Angelica from the clutches of the Dark Queen and her equally evil henchmen, led by General Slaughter. In case you're wondering, the Battletoads names are: Zitz (the light-green Battletoad), Rash (the dark-green Battletoad with the sunglasses on), and Pimple (the brown Battletoad). The show would have made a great series, but sadly, it ran for one episode and one episode only. If it ran for more than one episode, it could have been a hit.moreless
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