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Thundercats returns to Cartoon Network this month

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March will see the triumphant return of ThunderCats to Cartoon Network, with fresh new episodes that will air on Saturday, March 24 at 9:30 AM. The ThunderCats reboot originally aired every Friday at 8:30 PM on CN, but this time around, it is expected to serve as the lead-in show for the upcoming DC Nation programming block, which includes shows such as Green Lantern and Young Justice, along with new shorts that features popular DC characters.

The new episodes of ThunderCats will pick up where episode 13 left off. In ep 13, entitled “Between Brothers”, Lion-O finally obtained the spirit stone. The new episode is entitled “New Alliances”, and will have the ThunderCats going on the offensive against Mumm-Ra’s lizard army. On the other side, Slithe is about to recruit the vicious Addicus and Kaynar as new generals, as retaliation for the ThunderCats’ attacks.

ThunderCats is exec produced by Sam Register, produced by Michael Jelenic, and developed by Ethan Spaulding. The animation is produced by Studio 4C and Warner Bros Animation.


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By Neil Raymundo

A cowardly and treacherous Toonbarn blogger who can transform into a McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle. Secretly wants to replace Toonbarn Rob as leader of the Decepticons.

One reply on “Thundercats returns to Cartoon Network this month”

The new Thundercats, it was ok, for me a little more exnsiapon on the Thundercat universe,(or as I like to call it the Lorimar Universe Thundercats, Silverhawks, and Tigersharks), If you watch the episodes there’s one especially that links all three together. I am not going to say which you can call it an Easter Egg if you will. I won’t Major Spoil it. Again Rodrigo’s assessment of the Thundercats, I would give it 4.5 slices of meatloaf. I know it’s difficult to get someone who has never seen the original Thundercats or was introduced maybe just with an issue or so of Marvel Star Comic line. When you watch it especially those who play D&D will see alot of the same mixing of Tolken and Sci-Fi that are popular and played as I have listened to in the Critical Hit Podcasts The original Thundercats, similar mixing but had more exnsiapon(130 episodes) with the new series so far 13 episodes it a start but as a success I hope even though most of the cartoons in prime time it seems have to move the toys and other merchandise. I hope that it does better than the He-Man 2000-02 run, but with Cartoon Network one never really know for sure.

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