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Desc:A particularly ridiculous entry in the 'We wish we had the rights to GI Joe' genre of 80's toons.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Advertisements
Tags:Horrible cartoon infinity, toyetic, your premise needs work, they tell the sky what to do
Submitted:Xenocide
Date:05/13/11
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Comment count is 10
Caminante Nocturno
Did those faces just keep on appearing throughout the entire episode? I'm going to be disappointed if they didn't.
charmlessman
SPHINX!!
Jimmy Labatt
The cartoon may be retarded but these were some of the most awesome toys ever.

At one point, my entire living room was crisscrossed with "laser cables" and their attached vehicles. Ahhh memories.
chumbucket
To be fair, we should establish which came first: the toy or the 'toon. If the toy, then I understand why this sucks.
MacGyver Style Bomb
It's the 80's, of course the toys came first.

freedoom
I had a few of the toys when i was a kid. i couldn't for the life of me remember what the show was called because it got canceled so quickly.
BHWW
Well that was kind of generic really. It's almost like a parody of mediocre 80s cartoons meant to sell toylines, except it was real.
cognitivedissonance
I liked the facial expressions, very high quality.
GravidWithHate
Was General his surname or did he come from a country where flag officers routinely undertook unsupported commando missions alone?
Jet Bin Fever
Man, the action never ends in generic cartoon wasteland!
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