The ThunderCats adventure continues Friday with an all new episode in which WilyKit and Kat finally encounter Lord Lion-O on the way out of the destroyed city.
Kit and Kat in the same space with Snarf? Cute overload! The new team sets out to find the Book of Omens, to unite Third Earth, but Lion-O seems to be more bent on exacting revenge on Mumm-Ra.
The ThunderCats are back!
Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network have teamed up to create an updated version of the series, based on the late-1980s animated classic, set to debut later this year.
PHOTO: Official ThunderCats image released
Executive produced by Sam Register (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), the series centers on...
"If you're a DC Comics fan this is the best news of all time," says Geoff Johns, chief creative officer for DC Entertainment, with only a slight hint of hyperbole. Johns was on hand at Cartoon Network's upfront presentation in New York City on Wednesday morning to talk about "DC Nation," a programming initiative that will showcase DC's expansive library of characters. Set to debut in 2012, DC Nation will include shows like Green Lantern: The Animated Series, a CGI show coming this fall (springboarding off this summer's Ryan Reynolds film) and Young Justice: Invasion, a 10-episode miniseries spinning out of the original Young Justice...
Looks like ThunderCats has been given quite the modern makeover.
Todd Casey, a writer on Cartoon Network's upcoming reboot of the '80s animated classic, tweeted the show's first official image, featuring four of the six main ThunderCats characters.
First Look: ThunderCats
In the picture, main character Lion-O is front and center, with ...
Proving that you can't have too much '80s nostalgia, Warner Bros. Animation has announced that it is producing an updated version of the animated series ThunderCats, set to premiere on Cartoon Network in 2011.
Warners is partnering with and Japanese animators Studio4°C on the series, which will have an anime style. Like the original '80s version, this new ThunderCats stars a group of feline-like aliens.
Per a Warner Bros. press release, the show will be "a sweeping tale combining swords and science and boasting ferocious battles with the highest of stakes... As the forces of good and evil battle each other in the quest for the fabled Stones of Power, Lion-O and his champions learn valuable lessons of loyalty, honor and mortality in every episode."