The Junker, whose base of operations is beneath a junk yard in Good Haven, creates robots that "eat" metal. The Junker's robots consume cars, bridges and other structures. The Mighty Heroes attempt ...
The Monsterizer and his gang of monsters kidnap prominent citizens of Good Haven, including the Mayor and Police Chief. They are then transformed into monsters by a device, creating more lackeys for ...
When a great city is threatened by a wide assortment of supervillians, they shoot up the fireworks to summon the Mighty Heroes. This sextet of stumble bum heroes go out to confront the menace at hand, and with a great deal of difficulty, usually carry the day. Written by
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At the time this series was developed, Ralph Bakshi had an infant son who got mad whenever Daddy had to go to work. He would throw his bottle at Bakshi as he was heading for the door. This is what gave Bakshi the inspiration for "Diaper Man, the hero who fights villains with his mighty bottle". See more »
Yes - This was a staple-of-my-youth cartoon. Definitely a show people should demand to be put on DVD. Maybe we should all get together and write some letters and emails and get things rolling. They just don't make Heroes like this any more.
Brandon A. Brown even did a cover of the theme song in a club I saw him in in Austin, Texas. It was pretty funny. He incorporated little stories about each of the Heroes into the song.
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