On the next special occasion, give your significant other the gift of sight beyond sight with the Thundercats Sword of Omens. It’s real now!
Many 80s cartoons experience a revival in the pop culture map because of Live-action adaptations. Transformers and G.I Joe are great examples. The results are polarizing to old-school fans but they are box office hits. There are also epic failures like Jem and the Holograms that are not only a box office flop but got hated by the fans.
The ThunderCats are back again! However, they are not coming back the way you may think. Cartoon Network is giving the franchise the Teen Titians GO treatment with their upcoming animated series entitled ThunderCats Roar. Warner Bros. Animation recently announced the new cartoon series via Entertainment Weekly.
Two classic cartoons and toy properties of the 1980s are coming together for one big, awesome comic crossover in Thundercats and Masters of the Universe. DC Comics officially announced this week a comic crossover for the properties called He-Man/Thundercats. The heroes and villains for both stories will cross over for an awesome showdown.