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o.o; Good lord, I haven't seen or heard of this show in forever... I actually had to look it up to remember it. It was a pretty cool show though, I really enjoyed it. Though I'm also a fan of the Six Million Dollar Man, and the Bionic Woman.
And I said that out loud...*sigh*...shoot me now...
Exactly. Though granted the new Thundercats isn't bad and it comes from a another angle of the story. They should at least stick to what was presented from the original about life on Thundera. But in order to make sure they are we'd probably have to re-watch all of the original.
But hey, don't forget about Silverhawks.
Ha, haven't heard Silverhawks in a long time! Good on you for that one...there was also Tiger Sharks. They had great potential, but what happened, that made these great titles go away?But hey, don't forget about Silverhawks.
And you're right the TC isn't bad....though Tygra and Lion-O being brothers was a weird idea, also not having Cheetara in her infamous yellow leotard was just criminal.
lol Yea, I know what you mean about TC. And I think the downfall of Silverhawks and Tiger Sharks were that they were seen as Thundercat knock-offs, I could be wrong on that though. Granted I never heard of Tiger Sharks.
Anywho, Now back to The Bionic Six!
That was probably one of the best (out of a few other toons) opening sequences, that I've seen. An apex "comic book" like theme...not to mention that hot red-head. lol This show was X-men, Fantastic 4, and Iron Man all in one. And it's a family...an adoptive family. Still gets 2 thumbs up from me. I'm surprised no one else has stepped up on this one?? Too busy with Sponge Bob?
I'm trying to find it on dvd...now I got the bug.
I found Silverhawks and Pole Position on dvd...
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