History WesternAnimation / ThundarrTheBarbarian

13th Sep '17 1:58:40 PM GrammarNavi
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27th Jun '17 5:03:06 PM name_already_chosen
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* DyingEarth: The indiscriminate fusion of [[TheMagicComesBack magic]] and [[ScienceFiction scientific technology]], the post-Apocalyptic [[WickedCultured decadence]] and [[FeudalFuture feudalism]] of the villains (sanitized for SaturdayMorningCartoons), the love of [[EnergyWeapon glowy energy attacks]]: this series clearly participates in a LighterAndSofter version of the SF subgenre created by JackVance.

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* DyingEarth: The indiscriminate fusion of [[TheMagicComesBack magic]] and [[ScienceFiction scientific technology]], the post-Apocalyptic [[WickedCultured decadence]] and [[FeudalFuture feudalism]] of the villains (sanitized for SaturdayMorningCartoons), [[SaturdayMorningCartoon Saturday morning cartoons]]), the love of [[EnergyWeapon glowy energy attacks]]: this series clearly participates in a LighterAndSofter version of the SF subgenre created by JackVance.
27th Jun '17 5:02:24 PM name_already_chosen
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* DyingEarth: The indiscriminate fusion of [[TheMagicComesBack magic]] and [[ScienceFiction scientific technology]], the post-Apocalyptic [[WickedCultured decadence]] and [[FeudalFuture feudalism]] of the villains (sanitized for SaturdayMorningCartoons), the love of [[EnergyWeapon glowy energy attacks]]: this series clearly participates in a LighterAndSofter version of the SF subgenre created by JackVance.
22nd Apr '17 12:45:26 PM name_already_chosen
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** Several times, Ookla or Thundarr is briefly the ''dude in distress'' and Ariel is the rescuer, which was uncommon back at the time when the series originally aired.
19th Feb '17 7:28:25 PM Pennyforth
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* ThudAndBlunder: A good example of the genre. Thundarr is somewhat more articulate and intelligent than many other Thud And Blunder heroes, though.

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* ThudAndBlunder: A good example of the genre. Thundarr is somewhat more articulate and intelligent than many other Thud And Blunder heroes, though.though; his "barbaric" behavior and apparent ignorance is due to lack of knowledge (as wizards seem to hoard the majority of recorded information for themselves), not lack of intelligence.
19th Feb '17 7:21:33 PM Pennyforth
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* LandInTheSaddle: OnceAnEpisode, minimum. In one early episode, he does it from the top floor of a ruined skyscraper without injury.

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* LandInTheSaddle: OnceAnEpisode, minimum. In one early episode, he Thundarr does it from the top floor of a ruined skyscraper skyscraper, carrying Ariel, without injury.injury (to himself ''or'' his horse, whose spine somehow withstood the weight of two adult humans falling several stories).
10th Jan '17 8:49:35 PM WoozyJack
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In the year 1994, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt civilization was destroyed in a mighty cataclysm.]] (What? [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture You don't remember that happening?]]) Some 2,000 years later, [[AfterTheEnd the world is still a pretty big mess]], with many of the survivors having [[HalfHumanHybrid mutated into hideous monsters]]. Those who still remain human live precariously amongst the [[LostTechnology ruins of the old world]], at the mercy of evil sorcerers who've managed to [[SchizoTech combine the technology of yore with ancient mysticism]] and create [[{{Magitek}} magic-fueled weapons of awesome power.]]

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In the year 1994, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt civilization was destroyed in a mighty cataclysm.]] (What? [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture You don't remember that happening?]]) Some 2,000 years later, [[AfterTheEnd the world is still a pretty big mess]], with many of the survivors survivors' descendants having [[HalfHumanHybrid mutated into hideous monsters]]. Those who still remain human live precariously amongst the [[LostTechnology ruins of the old world]], at the mercy of evil sorcerers who've managed to [[SchizoTech combine the technology of yore with ancient mysticism]] and create [[{{Magitek}} magic-fueled weapons of awesome power.]]
10th Jan '17 8:49:00 PM WoozyJack
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9th Nov '16 9:18:29 AM nombretomado
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: JackKirby created Gemini, a virtual dead ringer for {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, particularly after Gemini is...

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: JackKirby Creator/JackKirby created Gemini, a virtual dead ringer for {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}, particularly after Gemini is...
1st Oct '16 2:51:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* FakeWizardry: In the episode "Master of the Stolen Sunsword", Thundarr battles Yondo, a "wizard" whose powers turn out to all be fake and based on stage magic. Despite this, Yondo is a formidable opponent for Thundarr and company, giving them more trouble than many real wizards they battled.
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