Panthro was the Engineer of the ThunderCats. He created the following vehicles and gadgets (and probably more!): - ThunderTank - Feliner - HoverCat - Mutant Attack Warning System - Spaceboards for Wilykit and Wilykat - ThunderClaw - Underwater Breathing Device - Whisker vehicle Larry Kenney has voiced the following characters: Lion-O, Jackalman, Snarf Egbert, Torr, Safari Joe, Wizz-Ra on the 1980's ThunderCats, Claudus on the 2011 ThunderCats; Dolph on TigerSharks; Bluegrass, Buzzsaw, Pokerface, Moonstryker, Time Stopper, General Rawlings, Professor Power, Cell Guard #2, Space Bandit, Lord Cash, Warden Lockup, in SilverHawks; Clarence Thomas, Boom-Boom Burmese, and Karate Kat on The Comic Strip; Count Chocula and Sonny the Cuckoo Bird for cereal commercials; The Skittles guy; Frank Vinci (Mafia) for Grand Theft Auto IV The SilverHawks and TigerSharks are the two series produced by Rankin Bass that followed on the success of the ThunderCats. The characters pictured from top left to top right are: Steelwill, Quicksilver, Bluegrass. From bottom left to bottom right: Mako, Octavia and Dolph. This is the Tower of Omens, where the Book of Omens was kept by Jaga and the Clerics. The design is reminiscent of the ancient structure called Petra, in Jordan. That same structure featured in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. From left to right this is Berbil Bill, Berbil Belle and Berbil Bert. This is the logo or symbol for the Evil Mutants. It appeared on the card back for certain LJN figures, and is located above the evil characters. It is also on the Mumm-Ra battery pack used to activate his light up feature. Mumm-Ra's dog was named Ma-Mutt in the show, and the larger companion toy (sold on its own) had the same name. However, the smaller version that was packaged along with Mumm-Ra was called Ravage on the toy blister. Moby Dick inspired the tale of Captain Tunar and the Ramlak. Directly quoted from Moby Dick, Tunar screams: " for hate's sake, I spit my last breath at thee". Note, this exact quote was also used in Star Trek II Wrath of Khan. The four pillars of the Code of Thundera are: Justice, Truth, Honor and Loyalty. A Petalar's lifespan is about one day. Emrick lived his day to the max! This is the Mutant fortress called Castle Plun-Darr!