Discussion in 'Other Cartoons & Collectables' started by Mark M, Sep 15, 2014.
That was a really fun episode to watch.
Wow, I never even realized star wrote an episode of Silverhawks
I realized it. Now imagine if Starr would've been a permanent member of the SilverHawks writing staff. :3
It was okay. Enjoyable enough. I will have to watch a good few more.
Silverhawks is okay but it just really lack the magic of Thundercats. It's enjoyable enough and I will finish watching it but I can't shake the feeling that the concepts just don't gel. A space mafia is cool but the designs for the various members and their leaders just don't belong. Mon*Star etc would be perfect villains in a show like Thundercats or He-Man. And the hero designs are some what too superhero out fit looking instead of a group of space police.
I kind of imagined the SilverHawks and ThunderCats universes co-existing. ^_^
I wish some of them had just been characters in another season of Thundercats.
Both shows had a "Penal Planet," too.
I believe Bravestarr also had a Penal Planet.
I'll give that show a chance when I can.
Bravestarr is a far superior show to Silverhawks. Likeable characters and stuck to one theme. Cowboys in space. They didn't deviate trying to add too much.
Masters of the Universe does too. It is called the Prison Star.
I could be wrong but I am pretty sure Galaxy Rangers (another space cowboy show) also has a prison planet.
I've only seen the intro on youtube. It seemed really funny and cool, I still want to watch both TigerSharks and SilverHawks. The rendition of SH posted on facebook this week was so awesome!
You might like it but don't be expecting it to be anywhere near as good as Thundercats or various other 80's cartoons. Tigersharks is even worse than Silverhawks.
I've seen only two episodes of TigerSharks when I was little.
I seen one last year and it was more than enough.