The producers of the upcoming adaptation of the beloved '80s cartoon team with original Lion-O Larry Kenney to explain how "ThunderCats" can be updated for modern audiences and classic fans alike.
The producers of the '80s reimagination join original voice of Lion-O Larry Kenney on stage at WonderCon for an inside look at the anime take on "ThunderCats" including the new Thundera and a "SilverHawks" tease.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a second trailer for its "21st-century reimagining" of the classic Rankin/Bass cartoon from the 1980s. The new incarnation premieres this summer on Cartoon Network.
A new partnership between Warner Bros. subsidiaries DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network will launch next year as the kids cable giant will host a block of TV content featuring the heroes of the DC Universe.
Toymakers Bandai and Mezco had their ThunderCats toy prototypes on display during last weekend's New YorkToy Fair, showing off lines based on the classic cartoon and it's upcoming modern counterpart.
CBR's second Toy Fair photo parade features "The Walking Dead" from McFarlane Toys, Green Lanterns galore, the debut of "Young Justice" in action figure form, new Thundercats figures and more!
Toy company Bandai reveals their lineup of ThunderCats-related merchandise, giving a glimpse at the new cartoon's Thunder Tank and the first official look at Snarf
Producer Ethan Spaulding answered questions about the new designs in the upcoming Thundercats cartoon and addresses the absence of a few key players
Check out the first official image from the new ThunderCats animated series, including first looks at Lion-O and Cheetarah!
UPDATED: Warner Bros. Animation has shared the first official image from the upcoming anime take on "ThunderCats" in advance of its 2011 debut on Cartoon Network.
Thundercats producer Michael Jelenic provides an update on the upcoming animated series, promising that the show's most iconic characters -- Snarf included -- will return for the reboot.
Warner Bros. Animation announced today it has partnered with acclaimed Japanese studio Studio4°C for a "21st-century reimagining" of the popular '80s cartoon ThunderCats. The new series will debut in 2011 on Cartoon Network.
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