After rescuing Teron from the Maelstrom, Ren and the crew stopped to gather supplies, but are interrupted by Bloth and his men. During the pursuit, they wind up in Andorus, where it is revealed that ...
Two factions of warriors from outer-space crashland on Earth; a good one consisting of creatures resembling herbivore dinosaurs, and an evil one consisting of similar carnivores. The ... See full summary »
In the distant future, a team of four high tech Star Sheriffs defends frontier space colony Yuma from outlaws, as well as Outriders, an army of humanoid alien beings called Vapors, led by mysterious Nemesis, who need Yuma's resources.
Pursued by intergalactic warlord Krulos and his Rulons, human Valorians fly through a wormhole and end up on the prehistoric Earth. Krulos follows and becomes stuck in prehistory as well. Both sides build dinosaur armies and engage.
Young Cimmerian barbarian Conan and his allies must stop snake-man wizard Wrath-Amon and his snake-men army from resurrecting evil serpent god Set. Conan must also destroy the evil wizard's ring that turned his family into stone.
When Ren, a young son of a lighthouse keeper, rescues a stranger foundering in the rocks near his home, he learns the man was an aide to his true father, a great king. Ren is given a magic compass crystal that guides him to a dragon who shows him that the only way to claim his heritage is to find the Thirteen Treasures of Rule. Unfortunately, a pirate ship captained by the evil Bloth is also aware of this treasure and is relentlessly pursuing Ren for it. On his side, Ren soon acquires companions like Ioz the Pirate, Tula the Eco-Mage and Nibbler the Monkey Bird who help him in his quest. That quest becomes all the more urgent when Ren learns that the Dark Water, a carnivorous form of water that consumes anything it snares, threatens to envelope and destroy his world and only the treasures he seeks can stop it. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <email@example.com>
Many voice actors, who worked on this show, also worked on The Smurfs (1981). Frank Welker (who voiced Hefty Smurf, Peewit, Poet Smurf, and other characters) played Niddler, Kerroptus, The Dark Dweller, Morpho, and several characters on this show. Linda Gary (who voiced Dame Barbara and other guest voices on The Smurfs) played Jenna on this show. Brock Peters (who played guest voices on The Smurfs) played Bloth on this show. Hamilton Camp (Greedy Smurf on The Smurfs) played Roulette on this show. Michael Bell (who voiced Handy Smurf, Lazy Smurf, Grouchy Smurf, and other characters on The Smurfs) played Swar, Ratmore, and Grollis on this show. Keene Curtis (who voiced Balthazar on The Smurfs) played Keron the Wizard on this show. Andre Stojka (who voiced guest voices on The Smurfs) played Slaggon and Joat on this show. Peter Cullen (who voiced "Great Book of Spells" and other characters on The Smurfs) played Mantus on this show. See more »
Rulett, The Bioguide in a crystal bowl:
[In a small boat guiding the heroes through the swamp]
Stroke! Stroke! Let's get this tub moving! I've seen barnacles move faster than this!
Anybody got a lid for that bowl?
Rulett, The Bioguide in a crystal bowl:
What did he say?
I think he'd like you to stick a clam shell in it!
See more »
Great show, a bit corny, but a good plot that never gets resolved.
This was a great show!!
On first glance, it may seem a bit dorky and juvenile.
However, if one actually watches all the episodes in order, they have a good story to tell.
If you can ignore the blatant morality imposed on all American cartoons [can never kill the bad guy, even if he just tried to kill you for the 10th time], then this is a REALLY good cartoon. Serialized and everything.
The story continues from one episode to the next, yet abruptly stops without any conclusion. That is a real letdown and disappointment. Even Cartoon Network has commented on this in a humour commercial.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?