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The last cartoon produced by Filmation. The company was purchased by L'Oreal, who were closed the studio down because they were only interested in the animation library. At the time, two new series were in production: 'Bugzburg' (a spin-off from Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (1987)) and 'Bravo', a spin-off of BraveStarr that focused on the Prairie People. See more »
I used to watch this show when I was a kid. It was great. Excellent stories, fun but deep characters, and the animation is great even by today's standards.
It wasn't afraid to take an honest look at real-life problems and there were always consequences. I remember the episode with the boy dying from the drug overdose, and it had a profound impact on me and to this day I have never touched them.
I wish this would at least come back out on DVD, the world needs heroes like this again.
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