A group of teens turned into mutant sharks on rollerblades, who battle the evil Dr. Paradigm and protect the Earth. Especially Fission City. Each member is a different kind of shark, and ... See full summary »
When the real King Arthur and his knights are captured by Morgana, Merlin casts a spell to bring an American football team called The Knights led by Arthur King to the past to help free the... See full summary »
In the present, a team of four anthropomorphic dinosaurs created by aliens, must stop three anthropomorphic velociraptors, who want to cause a cataclysm that would speed up global warming and make Earth's climate pleasant for dinos again.
The pizza-delivery service Samurai Pizza Cats are also young samurai crime-fighters in their spare time, ready to spring into action from their headquarters above the pizza parlour whenever someone is in trouble. Protecting their myopic Princess and the city from forces led by The Big Cheese, they get into hilarious, action-packed scrapes, but always come out on top, mainly because the baddies are more incompetent than nefarious. Written by
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Although dubbed into English in 1991, it didn't play on American TV until 1996; by which time many of the jokes had gone out-of-date. At least six episodes were never shown on American TV either. See more »
[Swinging a broom]
Gotcha! You know you're supposed to be doing your chores!
But I have a note from my doctor!
He's telling the truth! I helped him write it!
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When this show first premiered in 1991, I immediately didn't watch it, dismissing it as nothing more than a lame "Ninja Turtles" rip-off. But then, on one rainy afternoon, there was nothing else on, and I began to watch it. This show is just SO funny! What other cartoons feature a cross-dressing villain, heroes whose secret identities are exactly the same as their hero personas, and a total babe with a missile launcher in her head that nukes whatever upsets her? I watched it religiously until 1997, when all my local carriers quit showing it. But, trust me, this show is one of the best forgotten gems of animation. And always remember, "although they may be pen and ink, we know they'll fight like...PIZZA CATS!!"
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