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Start your Saturday morning with a bowl of Real Ghostbusters breakfast cereal.

Blackstar is an American animated science fantasy television series, produced in 1981 by Lou Scheimer and Norm Prescott for Filmation. The series was Filmation's second fantasy epic, the first being The Freedom Force, a segment of Tarzan and the Super 7.

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Overlord frees Amber the sorceress from the Temple of the Cave-Apes and puts her under his spell. He forces her to lead him to Tamborian where lies the lost scroll of the ancient ones.

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We've re-imaginaged the classic 80's CBS Special into a Cartoon Hullabaloo intro! Featuring totally new motion graphics that'll be featured before our upcoming Monstroville cartoon special!

Two action-packed back to back childhood toy lines by Hasbro based on awesome cartoons!

Grab a big bowl of your favorite breakfast cereal. and meet us on the couch for another totaly rad Saturday Morning!

Quick! Refill your cereal bowl, and meet us on the for some weekday action-packed afternoon cartoons, and radical commercial breaks! ThunderCats, Dino Riders & more await!

Completed scene for our upcoming traditional frame-by-frame animated Saturday morning cartoon pilot Monstroville. Sound effects & music will be added in post production. Donate to our Ko-Fi campaign today!

Latest WIP scene from our upcoming Saturday morning cartoon Monstroville. Featuring our gruesome twosome Edward Von Ghastly, and his robot pal Gear being attacked by experimental Candy Batty's. Be sure to donate today!

Some brand new rough animation from our upcoming Saturday Morning cartoon Monstroville! In this scene our heroes Edward Von Ghastly and Gear his robot pal Gear are attacked by a pack of nasty Candy Batty's. Support & donate today!

Here's a new animatic from the our upcoming Saturday Morning cartoon Monstroville. This scene features Edward Von Ghastly, and his robot sidekick Gear fighting off some nasty experiential Candy Batty's who escaped Baron Von Ghastly's candy factory. Link below! Enjoy, and please donate!

In the American release, an introduction states that in 1983, a nuclear World War 3 had erupted between the Soviet Union and the United States of America which destroyed each other and the human race, leading to the creation of humanoid animals.

Mok, an aging yet legendary rock musician, is on the search for a very special voice that can unleash a powerful demon from another dimension, his dwindling popularity driving him to destroy the world in vengeance and immortalize himself in the process. After travelling around the world looking for the right voice, he returns to his hometown of Ohmtown, a remote, storm-ravaged village famous for its unique power plant. Meanwhile, at a nightclub, Omar, Angel, Dizzy and Stretch perform in a small rock band. As Angel performs her romantic ballad to a mostly empty audience, Mok hears her sing; he realizes that Angel has the voice he needs when a ring he is wearing reacts to her voice. Mok invites Angel and the band to his mansion outside of town, where the band is formally introduced to him and his assistants, the "Rollerskating Schlepper Brothers" Toad, Sleazy and Zip. Mok incapacitates Omar and Stretch with hypnotic "Edison Balls" as he takes Angel on a stroll through his garden and tries to convince her to join him. Although Angel is unaware of Mok's true intentions, she refuses to abandon her band. Unwilling to admit defeat, Mok kidnaps her and takes his blimp to Nuke York, where his summoning, disguised as a concert, will be performed.

Following their ejection from Mok's mansion, the band find out what happened to Angel and they follow the blimp in a stolen police car. Before they reach Nuke York, they are arrested by a border guard. Meanwhile, Angel attempts to escape with the unwitting help of Cinderella, the sister of the Schleppers. While sneaking through the ventilation system, Angel overhears Mok confirming his plans with his computer. At this time, the computer informs Mok that the only way to stop the demon is with "One voice, one heart, one song", but when Mok asks who can do this, the computer replies that there is "no one". Angel and Cindy escape the building and head to the zero-gravity dance club "Club 666", unaware that the Schleppers are following them. Dizzy's aunt bails out Omar and his friends, and tells them of the club. Angel and Cindy are intercepted and taken back to Mok's apartment, and the band tries to follow. Omar eventually bumps into Mok, who uses an impersonator to fool Omar into thinking that Angel has fallen for Mok. To manipulate Angel, Mok captures the band and tortures them with a giant Edison Ball to force her to agree with his demands. He also brainwashes them to ensure that they stay out of the way. The Nuke York concert turns out to be a disaster due to a power failure. Because the invocation requires a titanic amount of electricity, Mok relocates the summoning to Ohmtown, whose power plant has enough energy, though Zip expresses childlike doubts about whether their actions are good or evil. During the concert, a power surge causes overloads all over the city. The shock also brings Omar and his friends out of their hypnosis.

Stretch finds a poster advertising Mok and Angel's concert and Dizzy sticks with him to save her. After confessing that Omar saw Mok and Angel together, Stretch tries to remind him it's all mind games. Omar, still believing Mok's earlier deception, refuses to help Dizzy and Stretch stop the concert. They go without him in a stolen police car, but crash at the concert too late, as Mok forces Angel to summon the demon with her song. But Omar has a change of heart and arrives to free Angel from her electronic shackles before the demon can turn on her. When the demon attacks Omar, Zip seemingly sacrifices himself to save Omar's life. Angel tries singing to force the demon back, but her lone voice has no effect. But Omar joins in harmony with Angel, and thus the creature is weakened and driven back into its own dimension. Mok is thrown into the portal by the vengeful Toad, and as he is sealed away, he realizes that "no one" did not mean that the demon could be stopped; it meant instead that "no one voice" could, acting alone; two voices and two hearts singing as one were needed for the counter-spell. The audience believes the confrontation to have been part of the concert's theatrics, and the band continues their song in triumph.


Saturday Supercade is an animated television series based on several arcade games, including Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. Each episode is approximately one hour long and comprises four shorter, self-contained segments based on one arcade game each. The show originally aired on Saturday mornings on CBS Broadcasting Inc. television network beginning on September 17, 1983. After two seasons, the show's original run ended on September 8, 1984. Ruby-Spears Productions produced the series. While the Donkey Kong segments appeared in both seasons, the Donkey Kong Junior segments ended after the first season. In total there are nineteen Donkey Kong segments and thirteen Donkey Kong Junior segments.

Get ready for some Saturday Morning high adventure with Dungeons & Dragons!

Everybody shout!
Come on now, sing out!
It's time for the Goolies get-together!

Let's have a backyard toy battle!!

Inhumanoids was an animated series and Hasbro toy property in 1986. In the tradition of other Hasbro properties such as Transformers and G.I. Joe, the show was produced by Sunbow and Marvel Productions and animated in Japan by Toei Animation.

Inhumanoids tells the story of the scientist-hero group, Earth Corps, as they battle a trio of subterranean monsters called the Inhumanoids with the aid of elemental beings, the Mutores.

It's lunch time! Let's go to Burger King for some ThunderCats Kid's Meal Packs! Four treasures and packs in all!

Grab your Proton Pack & Ghost Popper and lets bust some ghosts!

Heathcliff and the Nutmegs go to an air show where Iggy wins a raffle for a ride in a supersonic jet. Heathcliff pushes a button which ejects the pilot and then brings the jet in for a spectacular landing by himself. / Cleo is not invited to a high society cat party, so she, Riff Raff and the Catillac Cats go in disguise. Our friends are mistaken for a royal party until they cause a brawl which literally destroys the ballroom.

Grab a big bowl of your favorite cereal, because it's time for some weekday morning cartoons, from GoBots to Heathcliff!

Chief Quimby and Penny aid Inspector Gadget in rescuing three famous oceanographers who are kidnapped by M.A.D

Inspector Gadget is the world's first bionic policeman. Our bumbling detective is equipped with an incredible array of gadgets to help him in his never-ending battles against crime and corruption. Never mind that he usually ends up accidentally using those gadgets against himself and his allies! Fully aware of his potential for inadvertent destruction, criminals, thieves and bandits fear for their lives whenever Inspector Gadget appears on the scene. Even his nemesis, the evil Doctor Claw, gets a little nervous. (Not to mention Chief Quimby, Gadget's boss!) Inspector Gadget's destiny is marked by the letter "G" – gadgets, gags, gaffes and goofs! But, thanks to the intelligent help of his young niece, Penny, and his faithful, long-suffering dog, Brain, our hero always manages to vanquish his enemies and emerge victorious in the end.

M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) is a special task force led by Matt Trakker, who operate transforming armored vehicles in their ongoing battle against the criminal organization V.E.N.O.M. (an acronym for Vicious Evil Network Of Mayhem) with an emphasis on superpowered helmets (called "masks") worn by the characters of both factions.[3]

V.E.N.O.M.'s primary goal was obtaining money through either robbery, extortion, counterfeiting, kidnapping, or attempting to steal historical artifacts, but M.A.S.K. always found a way to foil their plans.

Time for McDonald's Happy Meal and legos!

Grab a Happy Meal, and let's watch some afternoon cartoon commercials from Masters of the Universe and beyond!


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We're a US based studio creating original cartoons. Currently producing Monstroville into a classic Saturday Morning cartoon experience. Using traditionally animation techniques, and inspired by the old 1930's Max Fleischer cartoons, and 1950-60's Sci-fi/horror B-movies including Plan 9 From Outer Space.
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