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In an alternative dimension called the Aniverse where the denizens are humanoid animals, the free worlds are threatened by the toads who are under the control of the insane computer, Komplex. The sole defence is the forces of S.P.A.C.E., which unfortunately, consists of a single ship called The Righteous Indignation under the command of Captain Bucky O'Hare. During one engagement, the ship's Photon Accelerator seriously malfunctioned, resulting in the disappearance of the engineer and the opening of a dimensional portal to the room of a human boy called Willy Dewitt, who is an engineering genius as well. Now, that boy has a part time job as part of Bucky O'Hare's crew as the war against the toads continues. Written by
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To be honest there weren't many good saturday morning around this time. So when this came to our screens it was a breath of fresh air from the other kids shows on at the time. I agree with Nathaniel Meyer, that this cartoon never really recieved the credit it deserved, because it was very good and I loved watching every episode and following the adventures of Bucky O'Hare.
As for the voices, I thought they were very good and doesn't spoil the very good animation (a bit too good for a Saturday morning cartoon). Doug Parker's voice for Bucky O'Hare was very suitable as a voice of the heroic rabbit (or hare!)! Scott McNeil was excellent as Deadeye Duck,and so was Terry Klassen as A1C Blinky, the robot.
It's a shame that this never got another season sadly, which was a great shame, as the storyline was always interesting and exciting! Overall, this was an under-rated cartoon from the early 1990s, which is dearly missed from our screens.
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