Perhaps it’s a longing for simpler times – or maybe it’s that I wasn’t raised in the US and so missed out on these the first time around – but I’ve become obsessed with old-school television commercials for toys recently: Transformers! He-Man! Super Powers! Each one was sold separately, but seemed to promise so much happiness, it’s almost painful to watch.
Jim Lee lent his drawing talent to The Big Bang Theory last night in the form of a sketch of Johnny Galecki’s Leonard as Lion-O from Thundercats!
The cast and crew of ThunderCats, including the original voice of Lion-O Larry Kenney, talked at Comic-con International about reimagining the animated series and living up to the original.
ThunderCats made its triumphant return at Comic-Con International with a screening of the two-part pilot episode, followed by a panel with the cast and crew, including the original voice of Lion-O, Larry Kenney.
Cartoon Network has released a new TV spot and preview for its “21st-century reimagining” of the 1980s animated series. The new ThunderCats will premiere on Friday, July 29.
Cartoon Network will launch its reimagining of the beloved ’80s animated series with a one-hour premiere on Friday, July 29.
Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Fringe, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck and Person of Interest are among the Warner Bros. Television shows coming to Comic-Con International next month.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a second trailer for its “21st-century reimagining” of the classic Rankin/Bass cartoon from the 1980s. The new incarnation premieres this summer on Cartoon Network.
Toy company Bandai reveals their lineup of ThunderCats-related merchandise, giving a glimpse at the new cartoon’s Thunder Tank and the first official look at Snarf
Producer Ethan Spaulding answered questions about the new designs in the upcoming Thundercats cartoon and addresses the absence of a few key players
Check out the first official image from the new ThunderCats animated series, including first looks at Lion-O and Cheetarah!
Thundercats producer Michael Jelenic provides an update on the upcoming animated series, promising that the show’s most iconic characters — Snarf included — will return for the reboot.