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ThunderCats (2011)

ThunderCats (2011)

ThunderCats (2011)
First Aired (USA): July 29, 2011
Last Aired (USA): 2012
Home Video Release Date (USA): October 18, 2011

Seasons: 1
Episodes: 26

Animation Studio: Studio 4C
Franchise: Thundercats
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LongLiveTheLionKing
said at 7:55 PM on Thu Aug 21 2014
This and the 2003 TMNT is how a reboot should be done. Sorry HeMan, you may have wone the Death Battle but LionO got the better reboot(and might I add that unlike the Gteyskull Blade, the s2ord of om3ns wasnt changed or altered save for a minor facelift)
Mrguy22594
said at 7:18 AM on Fri Jun 28 2013
This feels like a middle finger to my childhood.
thomwim
said at 10:36 AM on Sat Nov 2 2013
@Mrguy22594 How dare you?!
PurpleWarrior13
said at 8:36 PM on Sun May 5 2013
I really enjoyed what I saw of this show. It's a shame it didn't last longer.
pete
said at 12:58 AM on Sun Jun 10 2012
So glad Vultureman is on the show. Still waiting for Bengail.
AMT
said at 5:11 PM on Sun Apr 22 2012
I was never a thundecats fan, but this show is interesting. And idk if this is just me, but a lot of the cats hairstyles, Tygra and Wilykat namely, remind me of Hawkgirl's helmet
pete
said at 12:57 AM on Sun Jun 10 2012
@AMT I hear ya. Watched the original on Toonami, forgot about it, and then remembered it after Robot Chicken made fun of it and then started watching/ling it when this came out.
tcat685
said at 7:25 PM on Thu Mar 1 2012
According to toonzone.net...New episodes will start airing @ 9:30 am ET on Saturday mornings on CN 3/24/2012! #Hooooo!
Ninjaman15
said at 5:37 AM on Wed Feb 8 2012
I'm still waiting for a second season. And for the most part, the chances could be pretty high considering the positive reception the first season achieved. On the other hand, maybe the chances could also be pretty low, since Cartoon Network (change your name, please!) is airing nothing but Adventure Time, Regular Show (still good, in my opinion), Gumball, and that new Level Up crap. During the mornings though, viewers can watch The Flintstones, Jetsons, and Chowder... which are pretty sweet when it comes to reruns.

I would really like to see the fate of Grune, if anything. He got sucked into the Astral Plane in the season finale... needless to say, I also feel sorry for what happened to Panthro.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 1:09 AM on Thu Feb 9 2012
@Ninjaman15 You are aware that a second season has already been confirmed right?
Ninjaman15
said at 10:07 AM on Sat Feb 11 2012
@OptimusSolo I knew for a bit of a long time, actually. The only thing that wasn't announced was the release date so far... in which I'm not even aware of that.

By the way, what are your thoughts about the remake, overall? I'm just curious to ask this particular question...
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 2:15 PM on Sat Feb 11 2012
@Ninjaman15 If you 'knew it for a long time' then I your previous message makes no sense since you are talking about 'the chances' of there being a season 2 lol.

This series is above average for sure. A lot depends on where it goes from here. This series is a lot like TF Prime where they both have a lot of potential but it depends if they take that potential and do something with it. Right now I would say this is not quite as good as the 2002 He-Man reboot or the GI Joe Renegades Reboot but with a second season it could pass those if done right.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 5:44 PM on Fri Sep 23 2011
This gave me hope that a remake/reboot of a classic 80's cartoon can be not only good but AWSOME.
I was really worried after watching Voltron Force DX
Ninjaman15
said at 12:57 PM on Sun Jul 31 2011
I have a feeling this remake might be a bit better than I thought. At first I was a bit skeptical on how this would've played out since it would be animated by one of the best people in Japan, Studio 4*C (can't make the 'degree' sign, so sorry), and it turn out to be another generic anime series... Only, ThunderCats. But then I remembered again that the original was based off of Japanese anime as well, thereby its crew did have a few Japanese locals on the forefront. After watching the first episode of this remake, the new ThunderCats will actually be something good for a change, and I hope to God there is continuity. Looking back at shows we used to watch as kids, that programming wasn't as entertaining as we thought... Then again, there weren't any big name VAs, high quality animation, or much of a story behind it, at least that's what I think. Overall, 2002 He-man, Voltron Force, or any other reboot/retelling needs to come speak with ThunderCats... And yes, that includes Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Don't take this personally.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 2:13 PM on Sat Feb 11 2012
@Ninjaman15 The fact that you say there was no 'big name' voice actors when you were a kid is absolutely ludicrous! Also, just because YOU are a fan of series that have continuity in their storylines does not mean all series that are non-continuity based are bad or full of poor writing it just means YOU prefer that style better. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with the 2002 He-Man reboot or the Clone Wars series.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 7:49 PM on Sat Feb 11 2012
@Ninjaman15

Perhaps you should re-read my comment and take a little more time before responding next time. I was not bashing you or your opinions in anyway and I meant no offense by my previous comment.

I was simply trying to make 3 points:

#1 - There were tons of phenomenal voice actors in the 80s including; Jim Cummings, Rob Paulsen, Peter Cullen, Neil Ross, Frank Welker, Jack Angel, Alan Oppenheimer, Chris Latta, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, BJ Ward, Tress MacNeille, Kath Soucie, Ruth Buzzie, Dan Gilvezan, Pat Fraley, Michael Bell, Katie Leigh, Jennifer Darling, Susan Blu, Linda Gary, Nancy Cartwright, Russi Taylor just to name the ones that come right off the top of my head

#2: You made the comment 'hope to God there is continuity' and I was just saying even though that might be what you prefer that continuity is not a prerequisite for a show being good quality.

#3: I was simply saying that although you don't view the Clone Wars series of the 2002 He-Man reboot as 'high quality' reboots, there is nothing wrong with them in my opinion and they are highly regarded in the cartoon community as high quality series.

So, please refrain from making personal attacks as you did in the comment that I blocked. Also, please take into account that I am an Administrator of this site before you fly off the handle like that again and become disrespectful.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 3:54 AM on Sat Jul 30 2011
Very awesome Premiere!!! Loved how this started!!
codenamethedude
said at 5:31 PM on Thu Apr 21 2011
awesome batch of all stars
i cant wait to check it out
voiceinfo
said at 8:16 PM on Mon Apr 4 2011
you do a good job to finding pic i hope we see jacklman in the show

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voiceinfo
said at 3:13 PM on Mon Apr 4 2011
great pic voiceinfo
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 6:52 PM on Mon Apr 4 2011
@voiceinfo Thanks man!


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- LongLiveTheLionKing
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Who's your favorite character?
Mumm-Ra
30.0% (3 votes)
Lion-O
20.0% (2 votes)
Tygra
20.0% (2 votes)
Cheetara
20.0% (2 votes)
WilyKit
10.0% (1 votes)
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VOICE COMPARES
Listen to all the actors who have voiced the following ThunderCats (2011) characters.
Mumm-Ra
Lion-O
Cheetara
Panthro
Tygra
Jaga
WilyKat
WilyKit
Claudus
Slithe
Ratar-O
Monkian
Jackalman
Vultureman
Pumyra