Old School But Awesome Cartoons From The 80's

Everyone can remember that Transformers, G.I. Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Smurfs are some of the great 80s hit cartoons.

But can you still remember these five other 80's classics? They might be not that popular today but they had a very good story, concept and of course, cool and nostalgic theme songs.

A screenshot from the video.
A screenshot from the video.

First on the list is...

SilverHawks (September 8 - December 5, 1986)
The SilverHawks are "partly metal and partly real" heroes and their duty is to fight the evil Mon*Star.

  • Commander Stargazer
  • Quicksilver
  • Lt. Colonel Bluegrass
  • Stealheart and Steelwill
  • The Copper Kidd

M.A.S.K. - Illusion is the ultimate weapon. (1985 - 1986)
M.A.S.K. or Mobile Armored Strike Kommand is an underground task force that battles a criminal organization called V.E.N.O.M. or Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem.

Dinosaucers (September 14 - December 11, 1987)
The show focuses on the Dinosaucers' fight against the evil Tyrannos. They teamed up with four humans known as the Secret Scouts. Dinovolving is their special ability, it's a button on their uniform which devolves them to their original dinosaur form but allowing them to use their intelligence.

C.O.P.S. (1988 - 1989)
The year is 2020 where The Big Boss or Brandon Babel and his gang of crooks is holding the COPS or the whole Empire City under his control. With the help of the Central Organization of Police Specialists or COPS, will the city be freed from the evil doings of the villains?

And last but not the least...

Bionic Six
Bionic Six (April 19, 1987 - November 1, 1989)
In the near future, Prof. Dr. Amadeus Sharp Ph.D. created a new technology on which he could augment humans through bionics. After an avalanche that put the family of Jack Bennett in a comatose state, Professor Sharp implanted his bionic technology to the whole family which makes them the Bionic Six!

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