I'm just gonna come out say that i have noticed a few ironic moments and aspects within the TCats Reboot. 1. In "Ramlak Rising", the Thundercats were almost eaten by the Fishmen, do i even need to explain the irony within that premise? 2. Lion-O was quite entranced by Cheetara, but in nature, Lions and Cheetara are natural enemies and Lions always kill their enemies 3. In addition to the obvious irony of the Thunderian Monarchy consisting of Lions, there is also some irony in the fact that Tygra wanted to be King, as Tigers are, in the Asian wilderness, essentially what Lions are to the African wilderness; the dominant predator and, in a sense, the ruler of that territory. Also, it's a little bit ironic that Tygra wants Lion-O's position, when African Lions and Tigers never meet in nature. 4. It is a little bit ironic that both Tygra and Lion-O are smaller and weaker than Panthro, since, in nature, both Lions and Tigers dwarf the panther in size and strength. 5. Mumm-Ra is out to destroy the Thundercats, but, that is a little ironic, since Cats were sacred to the Egyptians 6. Lion-O and Tygra are both clearly no match for Kaynar or Addicus in direct combat, which is ironic since, in nature, Lions and Tigers are more than a match for any one Jackal or Monkey, hence, why the latter two would be more likely to retreat than face the former two creatures head on.