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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Lord Blackbolt, Nov 7, 2007.
how about galaxy rangers....
Incredibles and FF eat your heart out....
The bionic six were my favorite superhero family back in the day...
How about Thundarr the Barbarian?
I mentioned Thundarr in the He-man thread...it gave me the idea for the thread. lol
Thundarr would take massive amount of money to make that movie. It would have crazy visuals
I've always though that a live-action adaption of the Inhumanoids might be interesting.
Get Guillerremo Del Toro, or however his name is spelt, to direct it. It just might be good
So would He-Man, and Thundercats for that matter. Still, if they could pull it off, it would kick all kinds of ass.
Danger Mouse would be excellent
how about Bravestarr..
Change the talking horse thing...and that will be badass.
A lot of these cartoons should at least be given a new comic book at least.
Thundercats had a new comic book for a while, as did He-Man in conjunction with the 2002 remake, but sadly, that line died with the show.
Marshal Bravestarr kicked ass. Have we listed SilverHawks yet?
I'd gladly buy comics for Thundarr the Barbarian, he was pretty cool.
I'd definitely say Silverhawks, Galaxy Rangers, Tiger Sharks, or Centurions.
The World of David the Gnome.
wow...this is the first I ever even heard of tiger sharks. How did I miss that show. Seems like Silverhawks...underwater though.
Captain Power and the Soilders of the Future.
Absolutely LOVED this show as a kid. And although it's really not really a cartoon, as it was live action, I could just imagine how great it could be updated with today's CGI.
I used to love that show as a tyke.t:
That and Gummi Bears. Classics. It's like song writers couldn't go wrong in the 80s when it came to cartoon openings.
best episode was when that chick blew up that robot and said "go to hell"
When did Samurai Pizza Cats come out?
While this one isn't from the 80's, I'd watch a movie with talking monkeys. Besides the ones we already have.
A live action 'Shane Gooseman' from Galaxy Rangers would revert me back to an 8 year old.t:
An 8 year old that pays bills
bravestarr and silverhawks definately.
I used to Live for that show!, remember the toys, they were made of die cast, heavy as hell.