Thirty/Thirty and BraveStarr have a fallout over Thirty's trigger-happiness. Thirty goes back to the temple where he met BraveStarr and finds a strange horse spirit, who offers him to travel back to ...
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In a toy factory, after being made, a teddy bear is put in a storeroom after being deposed. The teddy bear is found by a cosmic being from outer space known as Spotty Man, and Spotty Man ... See full summary »
The planet Prysmos - post-technological loss. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other... See full summary »
Marshall Bravestarr is the lawman of the wild-west planet "New Texas" with help from Thirty-Thirty, his cybernetic talking horse and Deputy Fuzz, his sidekick and Shaman, his mentor. Bravestarr with his special powers fights the outlaw Tex-Hex, the leader of the Carrion Bunch, who are after the mineral Kerium, Bravestarr sets out to set things right and enforce peace and justice on "New Texas". Written by
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 »
Another unconventional hero. He kicked ass like no other!
Man! I remember this show with nostalgic... I really dug Bravestarr because he wasn't the conventional hero. He was more than a futuristic Texas cowboy. The man had the strenght of a bear, the vision of a walk, and the agility of a ... I can't remember that one.
The action sequences were great! I remember that Bravestarr would always use his bazooka named SARAJUANA (translated to Spanish) anytime he was in big troubles.
This was a quality action cartoon. I loved the characters, the dialogs, the music, and of course, the opening credits sequence! Bravestarr! long live to him. A cult classic in my opinion and a must see.
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