Good action cartoons are few and far between these days, and we think it's time for a comeback for some series. Though others should stay dead!
Some cartoons from the '80s aren't as good as we remember, and these 15 shows work so much better as comic books!
ThunderCats has one of the most beloved fandoms in the world, but weve found 15 things even the most hardcore fan may not know about the franchise.
Here are 15 classic cartoon reboots we'd love to see. Because let's be honest, it's never fun when something ends for good.
CBR looks back at 10 examples of what made the He-Man/ThunderCats crossover so very epic, as well as five things that brought it down.
Stanley Weston, who was responsible for the creation of several classic toy lines including the iconic G.I.Joe, died at the age of 84.
In the latest TV Legends Revealed, learn whether the oft-told story of James Lipton (of the Actors Studio) writing the Thundercats theme song is true!
The hero of Eternia clashes with Lion-O and company in a crossover series straight out of the '80s.
In "Daily Bowie," artist Butcher Billy depicts the late rock icon as pop-culture figures ranging from The Joker to Bart Simpson to Captain America.
Hot Toys unleashes 1/6 and full scale armored Batman collectibles while Ninja Turtles, He-Man, Thundercats and more see a resurgence.
Sideshow stuns with a Captain Marvel statue while DC Collectibles and Kotobukiya raid the Batcave and Mattel launches a Thundercats subscription.
Sideshow's Sabertooth looks ready to rumble with Kotobukiya's Magik, plus lots of Pops from Funko and two takes on Boba Fett.
Adjusting its methodology, San Diego's Convention Center Corp. now estimates Comic-Con International pumps $136 million -- not $178 million -- into the regional economy.
We round up all the collectible news from before this weekend's New York Toy Fair 2015 including "Masters of the Universe" and new DC Collectibles.
JM DeMatteis discusses his animation work on "Justice League Unlimited," "Teen Titans Go!" & more, including story, form and traumatizing 8-year-olds.
TOYING AROUND has a variety of new action figures and statues from the world of comics, movies and video games for your viewing pleasure!