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Old 05-11-01, 11:43 PM
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Inspired by http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthr...hreadid=106513

He-man ruled I would love to get this on DVD or at least the 5 part episode they did where he met She-Ra I was terrified of the Evil Horde. At one point I had over 75% of all the He-Man toys. I hear they may get re-issued through Toy R Us.

Lion O was just the man/cat I remember when they did their little 5 part series where he had to fight the other Thundercats and then Mum-Ra why don't they make good cartoons anymore? It sucks to get old

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How about Silverhawks too? They were pretty cool, but only on for a couple years.

For those of you who like these nostalgia trips, I have several of the animated openings of these 80's cartoons on my website in QuickTime format. Check them out:

http://www.quicktimeflix.net/
http://quicktimeflix.dyndns.org/movies/cartoons/
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The He-Man figures are already out and gone. They came out a few months back. I really liked the He-Man cartoon and Thundercats ruled. I catch Thundercats on Cartoon Network every once in a while, but I would love to see He-Man. I never got the see the last season of He-Man because our local station started carrying She-Ra and dropped He-Man. I would love to see those final episodes. I wouldn't be surprised to see them on DVD soon. My favorite cartoon of all time, Battle of the Planets is coming to DVD in August and I never thought I would see them again.

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He-Man "I have the power!!!!"

Me and my brother had about 90% of the toys. I have some episodes taped on beta, but would love to get them all on DVD.

Yeah, Toys R Us had the He-Man toys a couple of months ago, but I think there was a limited production of like 10,000. You could find them on flea-bay.

I loved thunder cats too!! and had every toy for that (they only had a few)

man I have to go through my old beta tapes and see what I have on tape
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does anyone remember:

Visionaries Knights of the Mystical Light
Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors
Thundarr The Barbarian
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Thudarr rocked. And don't forget Space Ghost.
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Or even Captain Caveman!
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Or even Captain Caveman!
Caveman RULED how in the hell did he ever carry all that stuff with no pockets and still fly?
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Originally posted by thejammy
does anyone remember:

Visionaries Knights of the Mystical Light
Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors
Thundarr The Barbarian
Yes, loved all three of those shows. Visionaries was too short tho'; something like 13 episodes only. I would love to have Jayce on DVD. Still wondering whether they ever completed the storyline on that show. 80's were the golden years for morning cartoons.

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Originally posted by Mayniac
Originally posted by thejammy
does anyone remember:

Visionaries Knights of the Mystical Light
Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors
Thundarr The Barbarian
Yes, loved all three of those shows. Visionaries was too short tho'; something like 13 episodes only. I would love to have Jayce on DVD. Still wondering whether they ever completed the storyline on that show. 80's were the golden years for morning cartoons.

Mayniac
Do you really remember those shows. WOW, I thought I was dreaming cause everyone I ever asked never knew what the hell I was talking about.

I wish I had those Visionaries ones on tape. They were great. They had those holograms, when they were the "in" thing in the 80's.

Jayce is the one with the plants?

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