Are you more Lion-O or Jem?!
"Thunder ... Thunder ... Thunder ... ThunderCats HO!!!"
Let's be honest, you probably still want that Snoopy Sno-Cone Maker.
For anyone who is still haunted by the theme song to Unsolved Mysteries.
When Saturday mornings were for cartoons, not cookery shows. You'll want to turn your sound on for this.
And yes, of course, this is also something many '80s girls can understand too.
It's time to find out where you stand on the greatest decade to be a kid!
Watch in horror as two people who were born in '89 and '92 and somehow managed to attain adulthood encounter '80s action cartoons for the first time. How do you not know who He-Man is???
The truth is out there and the truth is a pop song.
Who says you can't put a price on your childhood?
Seriously, what was really going on between She-Ra and He-Man?
Artist Phil Postma reimagines your favorite Thundercats heroes with Japanese-style art. He made villains too.
These might explain a lot about our generation.
This list is definitive proof that there was no better decade for toys than the ‘80s. (Note: toy lines are listed in no particular order.)
You knew your parents loved you if you owned one of these.
Congratulations, it's a...miracle? Even in the best circumstances, ultrasounds resemble a trippy Rorschach test.
My only question is how was this parody not a reality sooner? "There is no such thing as the Internet, Lionlol."
Not only is he the lord of the ThunderCats, and keeper of the Sword of Omens...he's also a fancy dancer.
But you wouldn't get it. Snarf.
You have to wonder what the Snarf equivalent would be for this badass Thundercats fan art by Nestor Ossandon.
Well, this is a thing that is happening.
Nice try, 1980s marketing department.
I'm really really hoping this is a fake or a failed animation test.
Was a reboot of Thundercats really necessary? Apparently so.
Artist Seven Hundred (Superheroes as Mr Men) re-imagines the ThunderCats as if they were part of the Hello Kitty universe. See the whole collection at Bite Daily.
A guy crafted a trailer frame-by-frame using digitally altered footage of Vin Diesel, Hugh Jackman, and Brad Pitt.