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Silverhawks 

A team of cyborgs protects Limbo from Mon Star and his gang.
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Series cast summary:
Bob McFadden Bob McFadden ...  Cmdr. Stargazer / ... 65 episodes, 1986
Earl Hammond Earl Hammond ...  Mon-star 65 episodes, 1986
Larry Kenney Larry Kenney ...  Bluegrass / ... 65 episodes, 1986
Peter Newman Peter Newman ...  Mumbo Jumbo / ... 65 episodes, 1986
Maggie Wheeler ...  Melodia / ... 65 episodes, 1986
Pete Cannarozzi Pete Cannarozzi ...  Copper Kidd 65 episodes, 1986
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When the outer space gangster known as Mon Star escapes from the Penal Planet, the Limbo section of the galaxy is in great peril. In response, an elite team of cyborgs called the Silverhawks are assembled as a counter force that is Limbo's best hope against Mon Star's gang. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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English

Release Date:

8 September 1986 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Los halcones galácticos See more »

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| (65 episodes)

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Mono

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Color
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The theme song defines the SilverHawks as being "partly metal, partly real". They are actually cyborgs, humans (and a humanoid alien) with mechanical body parts. See more »

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Mon Star: Moon Star of Limbo, give me the might, the muscle, the menace of Mon Star!
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Thundercats was bad but this inferior copy was even worse
1 October 2003 | by Nic_hseSee all my reviews

I feel like I'm repeating myself with these comments. Silverhawks has every flaw that Thundercats had and more. This show was bad enough to insult a child's intelligence. I'll try to make this quick.

SILVER HAWKS USED THE SAME VOICE ACTORS AS THE THUNDERCATS:

SilverHawks has almost all the same voice actors from the Thundercats. That's not a good thing. The Silverhawks main villain "Monstar the Planet Master" is voiced by the same actor who voiced Thundercat's main villain "Mumm-ra the Ever Living". The two names look very similar don't they? This is made even worse by the fact that Monstar and Mummra both say a similar chant to transform from their weaker forms to a more powerful one. Mummra's chant was "Ancient spirits of evil, transform this decayed form to Mumm-ra the Ever Living!". Monstar's chant was "Moon star of Limbo Transform this ********** into Monstar the Planet Master!". No attempt was made to make Monstar sound any different from Mumm-ra. This is a big deal when you consider that both Silverhawks and Thundercats were shown back to back in 1986 on weekday afternoons. Talk about a lack of creativity.

THE PLOT WAS WEAK AND THE CHARACTERS WERE SILLY JUST LIKE THUNDERCATS:

The strongest plot this series ever managed to come up with was when the Silverhawk Hotwing came from the future. After the storyline finished however they didn't put him to any good use. The series didn't seem to know whether it was trying to be serious or funny. The characters were equally as silly as the plots. They had silly names like Zeak the Beak, Seymour the space cabbie, Mumbo Jumbo, and Poker Face. Their gimmicks were just as dumb as their names. Bottomline the characters were terrible.



INCONSISTENT ANIMATION QUALITY:

Just like Thundercats, Silverhawks animation varied greatly with each episode, The animation in the intro is an example of when the animation is good. The animation quality can be really rough with some episodes and the Silverhawks almost look fat sometimes. Really bad.



BOTTOMLINE:

Bottomline is the Silverhawks is a shameless, cheap ripoff of the Thundercats and little effort was made to avoid it. Thundercats wasn't a good series either. An inferior copy of an inferior show. You can't get much lower than that.


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