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The Biker Mice From Mars (Throttle, Modo, and Vinnie) return in this new series to crash land on Earth and fight against the new threat: Catatonians! It's action packed, filled with great one-liners, and pokes fun at iconic and political figures/problems/issues. Written by
I was a major fan of the old series back in the 90's and the moment I heard it was returning I was on a hype. When it finally appeared on screen I may of noticed they looked different, may of noticed the large differences but I found it still enjoyable. It still has the old school feel of the Biker mice, they're still funny, they still have a slight gimmick to them and they're still the old lovable biker Mice we loved so much.
I found the new series was done amazingly well for the fact it's a pretty strange concept to be picking up, and it still manages to fit into the old style. It's amazing.
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