Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa (1992–1994)

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In the 1800's, a mysterious comet hits the U.S. southwest, transforming the local cattle and animals into their own version of the old west called Moo Mesa, complete with several lawmen dealing with bizarre outlaws.

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 Dakota Duke / ... (26 episodes, 1992-1993)
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 Cowlarado Kid (26 episodes, 1992-1993)
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 Marshall Moo Montana (26 episodes, 1992-1993)
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(25 episodes, 1992-1993)
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In the 1800's, a mysterious comet hits the U.S. southwest, transforming the local cattle and animals into their own version of the old west called Moo Mesa, complete with several lawmen dealing with bizarre outlaws.

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Great show. Never deserved its fate.
31 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show is a work of art. It's a cartoon made for kids, but I'm 17 and I'm in love with this show. I can appreciate it because there are complex things that older audiences may enjoy like the puns of the character names or the complexity of the universe. Here are the things I enjoy: 1. A nice touch is the fact that the arch-villain is also the sheriff of Cowtown, who is also a pawn of the corrupt mayor. A twist like that makes the show intriguing.

2. The voice acting is outstanding. Capturing that dialect makes it interesting. Not to mention that each character has his/her unique way of saying things. Dakota's one-word "yep"s is the best dialog.

3. Each character has a stylized firearm. It may seem ridiculous at first, but you get used to it. (Moo shooting stars bullets reminds me of ninjas, which is awesome) 4. The characters have such deep personalities. The top-gun attitude of Cowlorado, the smooth operator talking of the mayor, the adventurous and inquisitive Cody, and each of the bad guys have a style to them.

5. Like all the old school cartoons, this show had morals. Things like honesty or telling an adult were talked about in the show.

My only complaint in the show is that "yippy-ky-yay" or "yee-haw" thing they do frequently. But that's hardly an issue. The rest of the show makes up for it. We need the show back. Kids have no respect for cartoons anymore.


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