What was the other cartoon like Voltron?
Like Voltron, the English-language version of Saber Rider had its story and characters completely rewritten to become a wholly new show. Saber Rider sticks pretty close to its Western roots.
Why does the comic strip features penguins and polar bear?
1.2 Why does the comic strip feature penguins and a polar bear? Answer: That’s because polar bears are found in the Arctic Circle region of the Northern Hemisphere. Penguins are found on the exact opposite hemisphere ranging from the Galapagos Islands to the coast of Antarctica.
What cartoon is Opus?
Opus the Penguin (Opus T. Penguin) is a fictional character created by artist Berkeley Breathed. Breathed has described him as an “existentialist penguin” and the favorite of his many characters. Opus has appeared in several of Breathed’s creations, most notably his 1980s comic strip Bloom County.
What were the most popular crazes in the 80s?
The Top 25 Fads And Crazes From The 1980s – How Many Do You Remember?
- Koosh Balls. Who remembers these toys appearing in the playground?
- Jelly Shoes. Who remembers jelly shoes?
- Car Surfing.
- Shoulder Pads.
- Hair Crimping.
- Hacky Sacks.
- Parachute Pants.
- Freezy Freakies.
What do Voltron say when forming?
And I’ll form the head!” The story behind the quote: For anyone who lived their childhood in the early 80’s, this shouldn’t need any introduction. Voltron is one of the most popular robot cartoons ever created.
What should I watch after watching Voltron?
While there’s six series to choose from, we heartily recommend Star Trek: Deep Space Nine because it features the sort of characters and relationships Voltron fans would love.
What happened to GoComics?
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What is comic strip cartoon?
comic strip, series of adjacent drawn images, usually arranged horizontally, that are designed to be read as a narrative or a chronological sequence. The story is usually original in this form.