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Set in the year 2020, The Central Organization of Police Specialists (C.O.P.S.) is a special group of policemen with cyborg enhancements that strengthen each member's particular talents. Their mission is to fight crime in the metropolis of Empire City, with their main enemy being crimelord 'The Big Boss' and his goons. Written by
Jonathan D. H. Parshall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The series was derived from a line of toys produced by Hasbro. The figures featured police and criminals from the future, and the series was created as a promotional mean, along with a D.C. Comics series. See more »
Agent Baldwin P. 'Bulletproof' Vess:
C.O.P.S.: Central Organisation of Police Specialists. Fighting crime in a future time. Protecting Empire City from Big Boss and his gang of crooks.
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A good but average cartoon series that was ground breaking.
The one thing that I really liked about this cartoon was that the main character and leader of the C.O.P.S (Central Organization of Police Specialists) team (composed of whites) was a Black man. Most other team oriented cartoons always has one black character usually stereotypical and almost always not the leader (this cartoon being the exception). Now if only other cartoon writers/producers would follow that example and realize that not only white kids watch cartoons and minorities should be shown in strong leadership positions as well. Anyway besides having a positive and strong portrayal of a black male in a cartoon series, it had above average animation. The plots were standard children's cartoon material, which means little character development and conflicts which are resolved within a half hour. Not a bad cartoon and it's worth checking out at least once.
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