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Title: Thundercats
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Start - end: 1985 - 1990
Studio: Rankin/Bass Productions
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Thundercats show information

Thundera is a world in crisis in a distant galaxy. The plant has become unstable and while 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, sacrifieces himself to ensure that the ship lands safely on Third Earth.


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Lion-O (Larry Kenney) ? The leader, and the hereditary "Lord of the ThunderCats." Lion-O, based on the lion, wields the legendary Sword of Omens, able to fire bolts of energy and allow Lion-O to see across great distances with its power of "Sight Beyond Sight," and the Claw Shield, a gauntlet that launches grappling lines from its claws. A mere child of twelve years old at the time of Thundera's destruction, Lion-O aged to adulthood during the trip to Third Earth when his suspension capsule failed to prevent his aging. Although cunning and skillfull, he is truly a child in a man's body, and throughout the series, must learn what it takes to become a true leader and gain true maturity. In the latter half of the show's first season, Lion-O has to put all that he has learned to use in the "Anointment Trials" ? contests of strength, speed, cunning and intelligence against each of the other ThunderCats. Ultimately triumphing over Mumm-Ra in a final battle in the heart of the villain's pyramid, Lion-O is crowned the true Lord of the ThunderCats in an august ceremony attended by nearly every inhabitant of Third Earth. Lion-O also has the ability as Lord of the ThunderCats to command all cats, as he demonstrated in his battle with the Snowman of Hook Mountain when he commanded Snowmeow to halt.

Jaga (Earl Hammond) ? Known as ?Jaga the Wise?, based on the jaguar, this elder warrior was once regarded as the greatest of all ThunderCats. An adviser and protector of the Lord?s family, it was Jaga who gathered the nobles of the ThunderCats to escort Lion-O and the Eye of Thundera to safety, but in his aged condition, he did not survive the trip to Third Earth. However, Jaga does reappear on Third Earth as a spirit ? seen only by Lion-O at first, to guide him in his lessons and adventures. At times, he appears before the other ThunderCats as well, such as when facing down Grune the Destroyer, and when the ThunderCats need to rescue their fellow Thunderans. When he was alive, Jaga also wielded the Sword of Omens and was a formidable fighter in combat.

Tygra (Peter Newman) ? A staunch, level-headed warrior, based on the tiger, Tygra is known as the ThunderCat architect and scientist. He is the one Lion-O often turns to as second-in-command and for counsel. He is responsible for the design of all of the ThunderCat structures on Third Earth ? Cat?s Lair and the Tower of Omens. He is also gifted with ?mind-power? ? the ability to create life-like illusions in other people?s minds; he used this for Lion-O?s Anointment Trial, but it puts a great strain on him. He uses a bolas in combat, with which he can render himself invisible to the naked eye. In the episode "All that Glitters", Lion-O instructs Tygra, "If I do not return, you will be the new Lord of the ThunderCats" verifying that indeed, Tygra is the second-in-command. Where creators described Panthro's character as being based on "strength" & Cheetara's character as being based on "speed", Tygra's character was described as being based on "integrity."

Panthro (Earle Hyman) ? The next noble and also the eldest (after Jaga), based on the panther, this warrior is the chief mechanic/engineer and pilot for the ThunderCats. He?s also physically the strongest and is a cunning warrior in combat. With Tygra?s help, he builds all of the vehicles the ThunderCats use on Third Earth ? including the ThunderTank, the Feliner and the ThunderClaw, ThunderStrike and HoverCat. A jovial soul, he?s also quick to lose his temper and has a paralyzing fear of bats and a dislike of spiders. In combat he uses a pair of chained fighting sticks (nunchaku) which house several chemical spray-compounds that he can use against foes. The spikes on his chest bands can be used like projectile weapons or as rappelling lines.

Cheetara (Lynne Lipton) ? A female warrior, based on the cheetah, who is the only adult female ThunderCat (until the later appearance of Pumyra). She is as lovely as she is brave and caring. Often a voice of reason, she is also the bearer of a budding ?sixth-sense?, detecting when something is unsafe or if evil is near. This precognitive sense, which Cheetara regards as a curse for the most part, also allows her to perceive visions ? whether involuntary or by forcing herself ? but this drains her and she may require days or weeks to recover. She has incredible speed ? once clocked at speeds of 120mph on a morning jog. She can only maintain this top speed for a short moment, but with it, she can move very fast in combat. Her weapon of choice is a battlestaff that can grow or shrink to variable lengths, with which she can vault or leap over enemies. When not in use, it is attached to the armband on her left arm.

WilyKat and WilyKit (Peter Newman and Lynne Lipton) ? Twin siblings (Kat the boy & Kit the girl) who are the youngest members of the ThunderCat team, both based on the wildcat. They are the mischief-makers, and often have their own lessons to learn alongside Lion-O while they live on Third Earth, where they frequently use tricks and traps to combat evil. Kit is the more adventurous, while Kat usually errs on the side of caution. Kit is also the more agile, and at times employs a rolling-attack against the enemy. Their agility is often displayed when they ride their "space boards" ? specially designed flying devices shaped like Earth surfboards that can carry them over long distances. Each uses special capsules, balls and other gimmick weapons carried in pouches on their belts. They sometimes use slingshots to fire these at the Mutants or other foes. They also carry trick lariats, with which they can either tangle and ensnare foes, or use to pull themselves out of danger.

Thundercats episode guide


Pilot Exodus
Pilot The Unholy Alliance
3 Berbils
4 The Slaves of Castle Plun-Darr
5 Pumm-Ra
6 The Terror of Hammerhand
7 Trouble with Time
8 The Tower of Traps
9 The Garden of Delights
10 Mandora: the Evil Chaser
11 The Ghost Warrior
12 The Doomgaze
13 Lord of the Snows
14 The Spaceship Beneath the Sands
15 The Time Capsule
16 The Fireballs of Plun-Darr
17 All That Glitters
18 Spitting Image
19 Mongor
20 Return to Thundera
21 Dr. Dometone
22 The Astral Prison
23 The Crystal Queen
24 Safari Joe
25 Snarf Takes Up the Challenge
26 Sixth Sense
27 The Thunder-Cutter
28 The Wolfrat
29 Feliner (1)
30 Feliner (2)
31 Mandora and the Pirates
32 Return of the Driller
33 Dimension Doom
34 Queen of 8 Legs
35 Sword in a Hole
36 The Evil Harp of Charr-Nin
37 Lion-O's Anointment First Day: Trial of Strength
38 The Demolisher
39 Monkian's Bargain
40 Tight Squeeze
41 The Micrits
42 Lion-O's Anointment Second Day: The Trial of Speed
43 The Rock Giant
44 Jackalman's Rebellion
45 Turmagar the Tuska
46 Lion-O's Anointment Third Day: Trial of Cunning
47 The Mumm-Ra Berbil
48 Mechanical Plague
49 Trapped
50 Lion-O's Anointment Fourth Day: The Trial of Mind Power
51 Excalibur
52 Secret of the Ice King
53 Good and Ugly
54 The Transfer
55 Divide and Conquer
56 Dream Master
57 Out of Sight
58 The Mountain
59 The Superpower Potion
60 Eye of the Beholder
61 Lion-O's Anointment Final Day: The Trial of Evil
62 The Trouble with Thunderkittens
63 Mumm-Rana
64 The Shifter
65 Fond Memories
66 ThunderCats Ho! (1)
67 ThunderCats Ho! (2)
68 ThunderCats Ho! (3)
69 ThunderCats Ho! (4)
70 ThunderCats Ho! (5)
71 Mumm-Ra Lives (1)
72 Mumm-Ra Lives (2)
73 Mumm-Ra Lives (3)
74 Mumm-Ra Lives (4)
75 Mumm-Ra Lives (5)
76 Catfight
77 Psych Out
78 The Mask of Gorgon
79 The Mad Bubbler
80 Together We Stand
81 Ravage Island
82 Time Switch
83 The Sound Stones
84 Day of the Eclipse
85 Sideswipe
86 Mumm-Rana's Belt
87 Hachiman's Honor
88 Runaways
89 Hair of the Dog
90 Vultureman's Revenge
91 ThunderCubs (1)
92 ThunderCubs (2)
93 ThunderCubs (3)
94 ThunderCubs (4)
95 ThunderCubs (5)
96 Totem of Dera
97 Chain of Loyalty
98 Crystal Canyon
99 The Telepathy Beam
100 Exile Isle
101 Key to Thundera
102 Return of the ThunderCubs
103 The Formula
104 Locket of Lies
105 Bracelet of Power
106 The Wild Workout
107 The Thunderscope
108 The Jade Dragon
109 The Circus Train
110 The Last Day
111 Return to Thundera (1)
112 Return to Thundera (2)
113 Return to Thundera (3)
114 Return to Thundera (4)
115 Return to Thundera (5)
116 Leah
117 Frogman
118 The Heritage
119 Screwloose
120 Malcar
121 Helpless Laughter
122 Cracker's Revenge
123 The Mossland Monster
124 Ma-Mutt's Confusion
125 Shadowmaster
126 Swan Song
127 Touch of Amortus
128 The Zaxx Factor
129 Well of Doubt
130 The Book of Omens

Thundercats lyrics

[Lion-o] Thunder, thunder, thundercats, Ho!
Thundercats are on the move,
Thundercats are loose,
Feel the magic, hear the Roar,
Thundercats are loose,

Thunder, thunder, thunder, Thundercats!
Thunder, thunder, thunder, Thundercats!
Thunder, thunder, thunder, Thundercats!
Thunder, thunder, thunder, Thundercats! Thundercats!

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