History WesternAnimation / TheMightyHeroes

27th Jul '16 8:29:38 AM longWriter
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* TheBigGuy: Strong Man fills this role



* FiveManBand
** TheHero - Diaper Man
** TheLancer - Tornado Man
** TheSmartGuy - Rope Man
** TheBigGuy - Strong Man
** TheChick - Cuckoo Man

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* FiveManBand
** TheHero - Diaper Man
** TheLancer - Tornado Man
** TheSmartGuy - Rope Man
** TheBigGuy - Strong Man
** TheChick - Cuckoo Man
FiveManBand: The heores form one.


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* TheHeart: Cuckoo Man fills this role
* TheHero: Diaper Man fills this role


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* TheLancer: Tornado Man fills this role


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* TheSmartGuy: Rope Man fills this role
27th Jul '16 8:26:06 AM longWriter
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* SuperheroSpeciation
* SuperheroesWearCapes
* SuperZeroes
* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace The Mighty Heroes Can Breath In Space]]

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* SuperheroesWearCapes
SuperheroesWearCapes: Capes are on these characters, all right!
* SuperZeroes
SuperZeroes: They don't seem all that impressive...
* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace The BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Apparently, breathing in space is no problem for the Mighty Heroes Can Breath In Space]]Heroes .



* TransformationSequence

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* UnwantedAssistance: The first half of each episode is just the heroes interfering in each other's efforts and falling prey to one another's bungling. Honestly, they'd be more effective if they ''didn't'' team up. [[LetsGetDangerous Until the second half, that is.]]
25th Jul '15 9:51:15 PM nombretomado
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''TheMightyHeroes'' was a lighthearted SuperHero {{Parody}} cartoon that originally aired on Creator/{{CBS}} in 1966, reportedly created on-the-spot by animator Creator/RalphBakshi. The show featured a team of five misfit heroes -- Strong Man, Cuckoo Man, Diaper Man, Rope Man and Tornado Man -- protectors of the city of Good Haven. The show featured a fair amount of skewering of superhero tropes, and is seen by some as a precursor to Bakshi's work on ''[[MightyMouseTheNewAdventures Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]]''.

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''TheMightyHeroes'' was a lighthearted SuperHero {{Parody}} cartoon that originally aired on Creator/{{CBS}} in 1966, reportedly created on-the-spot by animator Creator/RalphBakshi. The show featured a team of five misfit heroes -- Strong Man, Cuckoo Man, Diaper Man, Rope Man and Tornado Man -- protectors of the city of Good Haven. The show featured a fair amount of skewering of superhero tropes, and is seen by some as a precursor to Bakshi's work on ''[[MightyMouseTheNewAdventures ''[[WesternAnimation/MightyMouseTheNewAdventures Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]]''.



* FullyAbsorbedFinale: One episode of ''[[MightyMouseTheNewAdventures Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]]'' (produced by Bakshi Animation) had a cameo which revealed that the Heroes had retired from super-heroics and started the chartered accounting firm of Man, Man, Man, Man and Man. It was "Heroes and Zeroes".

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* FullyAbsorbedFinale: One episode of ''[[MightyMouseTheNewAdventures ''[[WesternAnimation/MightyMouseTheNewAdventures Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures]]'' (produced by Bakshi Animation) had a cameo which revealed that the Heroes had retired from super-heroics and started the chartered accounting firm of Man, Man, Man, Man and Man. It was "Heroes and Zeroes".
16th Jan '15 11:36:59 AM rjung
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* AtrociousAlias: Okay, "Strong Man" and "Tornado Man" might be passable, but there's no excuse for the rest.
21st Dec '14 11:52:22 AM starofjusticev21
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* TransformationSequence
22nd Dec '13 9:19:20 AM tracer
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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Strong Man could fly and was super strong; Diaper Man could fly and was pretty strong himself, and had a nigh-magical milk bottle; Tornado Man could fly and create whirlwinds; Rope Man could fly and use his body as a rope of arbitrary length; Cuckoo Man could fly ... ''and do nothing else''.
30th Sep '13 6:54:51 AM CBCook55
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* NoOntologicalInertia: Destroying a villain's device would usually undo it's effects.

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* NoOntologicalInertia: Destroying a villain's device would usually undo it's its effects.
2nd Aug '13 6:24:01 PM Shadowwing09
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* ButtMonkey: Each of the Heroes suffered from the ineptitude of each of their teammates at least once, but Cuckoo Man and Diaper Man in particular seemed to get the worst of it.
1st Aug '13 4:47:40 PM Shadowwing09
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** Even More so, the villain known as "The Stretcher"
31st Jul '13 8:21:40 PM Shadowwing09
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* DeathTrap: The midway point of each episode, and right before the heroes [[LetsGetDangerous begin their comeback]].

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* DeathTrap: The midway point of each episode, and right before the heroes [[LetsGetDangerous begin began their comeback]].



* FelonyMisdemeanor: The Time Keeper for using Cuckoo Man in his giant clock, and The Shocker for trying to take Diaper Man's bottle

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* FelonyMisdemeanor: The Time Keeper for using Cuckoo Man in his giant clock, and The Shocker for trying to take Diaper Man's bottlebottle.



* NoOntologicalInertia: Destroying a villain's device would usually undo it's effects

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* NoOntologicalInertia: Destroying a villain's device would usually undo it's effectseffects.
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