Couldn't quite remember this when I was a kid, so I let someone talk me into watching a couple of episodes. Gawd! I could not get into this. Like He-Man, I found it to be way too cheesy and boring. At least I thought the artwork was ok. But this is another one I'm leaving in the past. I'm actually worried about seeing Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors and Thundercats again.
For all of those pining after Thundarr the Barbarian on DVD, your wait is over. Warner Archive Collection has just released it in the print-on-demand format! http://www.wbshop.com/Thundarr-The-Barbarian...0180186,default,pd.html
Quick Tip by woopak_the_thrill.
September 26, 2010
A pretty fun and action-packed knock off of Conan and the Blackstar. Jack Kirby inspired some of the art style. The trio of Arielle and the big strong ape-like man reminds me of a Jedi, a princess and a wookie. Cheesy but I loved it as a kid!