up where the 1980s TV show left off the new series of Thundercats
comics follows Lion-O as he rebuilds a life for his people
on New Thundera, with the aid of Panthro, Cheetara, Tigra
and the rest of his tribe of warriors. But all is not as it
seems. There are dark stirrings at Mumma-Ra's Pyramid. The
Ancient Spirits of Evil seek to unleash the Shadowmaster from
the Shadow Realm and that just might spell doom for the Thundercats...
Thunder... Thunder... Thundercats!" Ah! There's nothing
like a warm wave of nostalgia washing over you is there? Now
how cool was the cartoon? Actually I'm not sure because I
was young and my mind was impressionable back then. But, if
like me, you remember this series fondly, then this new comic
book will bring back some long forgotten names.
now she was a fox! (actually she was a cheetah, but you know
what I mean). Lion-O, he was cool and manly and the hordes
of darkness that would keep trying to destroy the Thundercats...
well they were... well... I suppose stupid is the best word
the recent Battle of the Planets graphic novel series,
Reclaiming Thundera takes a modern approach to the
original series of Thundercats. However, unlike the
new Battle of the Planets, Thundercats is still
very much aimed at the younger age of the population.
artwork is cool and the script is not too ropey, but if you
want to take yourself back a few decades then this should
do the trick. It's just a question of whether you think it's
worth £12 for a book you'll only read once.
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