Thundercats

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(ended 1989)

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Thundera is a world in crisis in a distant galaxy. The planet has become unstable and will collapse soon. The people of Thundera, known as Thundercats, flee the dying planet in their spaceship. During the flight their ship is damaged when they are attacked by evil mutants. The eldest aboard, Jaga, sacrifices himself to ensure that the ship lands safely on Third Earth. The remaining Thundercats (Panthro, Cheetara, Tygra, Wilykat, Wilykit, Snarf and Lion-O with the help of the magic of the Sword of Omens) form a headquarters at a place they name Cat's Lair. From there, they fight the evil mutants with the goal of saving themselves and restoring peace to Third Earth. Meanwhile, the mutants have found a powerful new leader, Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living. This will not be an easy fight.

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  • Larry Kenney

    Larry Kenney

    Lion-O, Jackalman

    Earl Hammond

    Earl Hammond

    Jaga, Mumm-Ra, Tug-Mug, Vultureman, Ratar-O, Snowman, Hachiman, Ro-Bear Berbils, Top-Spinner, Claudus

    Peter Newman

    Peter Newman

    Tygra, Wilykat, Monkian, Bengali, Capt. Shine

    Lynne Lipton

    Lynne Lipton

    Cheetara, Wilykit, Mandora, Luna, Warrior Maidens

    Earle Hyman

    Earle Hyman

    Panthro, Red-Eye, Ancient Spirits of Evil, Grune The Destroyer, Captian Cracker, Hammerhand, Cruncher

    Robert McFadden

    Robert McFadden

    Snarf, Snarfer, Ma-Mutt, Slithe, Ram-Bam, Capt. Bragg, Guardian of the Book of Omens

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    • Not a bad show

      9.5
      Somewhat different from the new version, but still good. I just love all the characters, they're really cool.
    • Just outdated

      5.0
      I think the show was pretty decent but I`d rather prefer the 2012 version. The show is just too old for me.
    • Thundercats Roar!

      10
      Thundercats is one my favorite childhood cartoons from the 80s. It had great writing and wonderful action in every episode.
    • Definitely the most overrated 80's cartoon ever made

      1.0
      Okay, when I first saw it I liked it first, but now looking back at it I realized that the show was not really anything to get all excited about. It had lame written all over it and the plots just seemed like things that had already been done before with other shows. Oh yeah, how could I forget about Snarf the most annoying character on the show. And the animation wasn't really anything to look at either because it also wasn't exactly what I was expecting from this show. And I haven't seen the remake yet, and I really think I don't want to after watching the abomination of the original show.moreless
    • Definitely one of the 80s cartoons. You can't forget the intro sequence, theme music and the incredible animation.

      10
      This is one of those shows that you can't help but keep loving into adulthood. The kind of show you buy the DVDs for even though your children haven't been born yet.



      The kind of show that teaches you morals and values without beating you over the head with them. The line of toys that came out were great too... hours of playing out the episodes with the ThunderCats Lair and Thundertank.



      And who could forget the head evil dude of Third Earth, the chilling Mumm-Ra the Everliving. There is a favourite character for every kind of child and well written stories that kept this show at the top for two solid years.moreless
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    space action, talking animals, for the child in you, for the nostalgic, Pre-Teens