They're pumped up mutant athletes and they're ready to rumble on the playing field! These hunks of bone and muscle were mutated by toxic gas unleashed in a massive earthquake. Demonstrating... See full summary »

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Michael Mendheim
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Jeff Nimoy ...  Razor Kid / ... 2 episodes, 1994-1995
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They're pumped up mutant athletes and they're ready to rumble on the playing field! These hunks of bone and muscle were mutated by toxic gas unleashed in a massive earthquake. Demonstrating total unsportsmanlike conduct, along with super strength, sonic speed and unusual abilities, they battle in a variety of games for the ultimate trophy - the Mutant League Championship! Sports will never be the same. Written by adler_o0

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USA

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English

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2 July 1994 (USA) See more »

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Featured in Familiar Faces: Familiar Faces #50: Mutant League (2011) See more »

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Not Your Typical Mutant Oriented Show
6 May 2010 | by debachiSee all my reviews

This cartoon came out about the time X-Men:TAS, WildCATS and other shows of the like were pouring in. Where the other cartoon focused mostly about acceptance, tolerance and that there's a hero in those who are clearly different; this show focused more on them already being excepted (for the most part) who were athletes in a sort of Major League of all manner of sports. This show was mainly about corruption in the sports world and how the main hero (Bones Justice) was trying to bring fair play into acceptance among the greedy athletes and revenge on the politician/commissioner/Slaycity Slayers Team owner Zalgor Prigg, for the disappearance of his father.

The show covered anything from women being accepted as athletes, steroid use and even how pushy parents can be. Prigg also goes the distance (as any villain should) to discredit and destroy Bone's career or life any way possible or try to put him under his thumb and shut him up. The show was kind of graphic (even for its time), but it also wasn't too preachy either and was all in good fun. The way a kid's cartoon should be!

This is a low budget cartoon with some oddities, so don't expect it with many pretty little, epileptic inducing effects, but it does go a huge way to entertain. A sort of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe with a mutant twists...sort of! It is very novel, in my opinion, in its idea of doing away with the overly used superhero and replacing it with an icon (an athlete) in his everyday world. I miss oddities like this! Well worth the pirated tape you may find on ebay!


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