Monte Williams wrote:Crosshair wrote:And for anyone who hasn't seen the animated series from the 2000s, it's all on YouTube. Pretty good quality, too. It basically is what got me into MOTUC.
And if you're too traditional for that, the DVD is routinely available for $10 or less, which is a hell of a deal. It has aged a bit in my opinion, but it's the series that started the trend of kickass reboots; I'd say ThunderCats 2.0 blows it away, but I'd also concede that without MOTU 2002, there would perhaps not be a ThunderCats 2.0
Yeah, I just hope Thundercats continues, now. Seems to be up in the air at the moment, and the toys are being clearanced off. I REALLY hope they can continue; they did a fantastic job.
As for the 2002 toon: I liked the second season, but the first one was putting me to sleep. Well, sorta. I put it on awhile back while doing other things, and I found myself not paying attention quite often in the first season. The battles were SOOOO boring and the weapon twirling was annoying as heck. Second season fixed a lot of that, as well as stepped up the dialogue. Too bad they couldn't continue to get better and better as they went along, which I'm sure they would have. The toyline was also a major blow. I actually try to not mess with 'em too much now because it's just so disappointing that we won't be getting anymore awesome MotU redesigns.