History WesternAnimation / SilverHawks

4th Nov '17 1:02:49 PM SinDustries
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* PhlebotinumBattery: A villainous example. When in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/Silverhawks'' Mon*Star is captured and jailed, Hardware pretends to be captured in order to smuggle in a box full of the Moonstar's energy.

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* PhlebotinumBattery: A villainous example. When in In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/Silverhawks'' episode, Mon*Star is captured and jailed, and Hardware pretends to be captured in order to smuggle in a box full of the Moonstar's energy.
4th Nov '17 12:57:14 PM SinDustries
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** Of course it says something that this was one of the ''least'' ridiculous things about the way the cartoon treated how space works.

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** Of course it says something that this was one of the ''least'' ridiculous things about the way the cartoon treated how space works. The creators at least ''tried'' to make it believable by having the characters pull a visor over their faces anytime they have to actually fly around outside their Cool Starship; they still had an arm exposed to the sub-zero temperatures and vacuum of space.
4th Nov '17 12:53:59 PM SinDustries
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* There's a hero (Bluegrass) and a villain (Melodia) who both use sound-powered weapons.

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* ** There's a hero (Bluegrass) and a villain (Melodia) who both use sound-powered weapons.
4th Nov '17 12:53:31 PM SinDustries
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** There's a hero (Bluegrass) and a villain (Melodia) who both use sound-powered weapons.

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** * There's a hero (Bluegrass) and a villain (Melodia) who both use sound-powered weapons.
4th Nov '17 12:52:24 PM SinDustries
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: When the "Limbo Galaxy" is introduced in the pilot episode, the main characters supposedly have to be converted to cyborgs because it's the only way they can survive such a long trip. The distance is then stated as two light years, which is half of the distance from Earth's sun to the closest neighboring star. If it were truly another galaxy, then it would be more like THREE MILLION light years. And three million light years is considered a very close neighbor in real-world intergalactic terms.



* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: When the "Limbo Galaxy" is introduced in the pilot episode, the main characters supposedly have to be converted to cyborgs because it's the only way they can survive such a long trip. The distance is then stated as two light years, which is half of the distance from Earth's sun to the closest neighboring star. If it were truly another galaxy, then it would be more like THREE MILLION light years. And three million light years is considered a very close neighbor in real-world intergalactic terms.
4th Nov '17 12:50:25 PM SinDustries
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics:
** In this show, space has air. And also a "down." A few harmless insectoid workers get thrown off a ship in one episode, and this is as close to an on-screen death as we usually get. Not only has it a "down," but down apparently means Earth. One episode had the good guys in peril of falling all the way down to Earth and going splat. Since people got cyborged so they could survive the long journey from there, it would probably take a while.

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*ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: When the "Limbo Galaxy" is introduced in the pilot episode, the main characters supposedly have to be converted to cyborgs because it's the only way they can survive such a long trip. The distance is then stated as two light years, which is half of the distance from Earth's sun to the closest neighboring star. If it were truly another galaxy, then it would be more like THREE MILLION light years. And three million light years is considered a very close neighbor in real-world intergalactic terms.
* ArtisticLicensePhysics:
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ArtisticLicensePhysics: In this show, space has air. And also a "down." A few harmless insectoid workers get thrown off a ship in one episode, and this is as close to an on-screen death as we usually get. Not only has it a "down," but down apparently means Earth. One episode had the good guys in peril of falling all the way down to Earth and going splat. Since people got cyborged so they could survive the long journey from there, it would probably take a while.



** When the "Limbo Galaxy" is introduced in the pilot episode, the main characters supposedly have to be converted to cyborgs because it's the only way they can survive such a long trip. The distance is then stated as 2 light years (half of the distance from Earth's sun to the closest neighboring star). If it were truly another galaxy, then it would be more like 3 MILLION light years. And 3 million light years is considered a very close neighbor in real-world intergalactic terms.
4th Nov '17 12:47:53 PM SinDustries
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** In this show, space has air. And also a "down." A few harmless insectoid workers get thrown off a ship in one episode and this is as close to an on-screen death as we usually get. Not only it has "down," but down apparently means Earth. One episode had the good guys in peril of falling all the way down to Earth and going splat (since people got cyborged so they could survive the long journey from there, it would probably take a while).

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** In this show, space has air. And also a "down." A few harmless insectoid workers get thrown off a ship in one episode episode, and this is as close to an on-screen death as we usually get. Not only it has it a "down," but down apparently means Earth. One episode had the good guys in peril of falling all the way down to Earth and going splat (since splat. Since people got cyborged so they could survive the long journey from there, it would probably take a while).while.
14th Oct '17 4:49:34 AM Omeganian
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* PhlebotinumBattery: A villainous example. When in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/Silverhawks'' Mon*Star is captured and jailed, Hardware pretends to be captured in order to smuggle in a box full of the Moonstar's energy.
4th Sep '17 1:10:23 AM Luppercus
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* VillainExclusivityClause: Mon*Star as the BigBad in every episode.
24th Aug '17 9:11:19 AM psionycx
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* {{Planetville}}: Paired with PlanetOfHats and ItsASmallWorldAfterAll. Most of the planets in the "galaxy" of Limbo are extremely small (little more than asteroids) and characters casually come and go from the exact locations on a given planet that they need to get to. Most planets also have single overriding theme.
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