Best of Eighties Cartoons – Part Two

Title Artwork by Nixaster & Aki Vainikainen.

Visionaries: Knights Of The Magical Light

The planet Prysmos – Post Apocalypse. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other by criminals and villains.


Jem And The Holograms

Jerrica Benton is secretly the leader of the glamorous and exciting music group, Jem and the Holograms.


Silverhawks

A team of cyborgs protects Limbo from Mon Star and his gang.


Bravestarr

An American cowboy and his superpowered sidekick are assigned to protect the planet of New Texas from invading robots.


The Real Ghostbusters

The continuing adventures of the staff of the ghost removal service.


Jayce and The Wheeled Warriors

A young man leads a small band in search of his father while fighting the forces of Sawboss using the various vehicles they carry with them.


Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends

Spider-Man battles crime in New York City with the help of Iceman and Firestar.


Voltron: Defender Of The Universe

This series focuses on 5 lion robots and their pilots as they fight the evil forces of King Zarkon and Prince Lotor.


M.A.S.K

Matt Tracker leads a team of masked crimefighters with a fleet of hidden function vehicles against the forces of V.E.N.O.M.


G-Force: Guardians Of Space

A bird-themed superhero team battles the threat of Galactor and his minions, an international terrorist organization with advanced technology.


I’m not the only one who gets nostalgic when it comes to the best eighties cartoons, so many of you mentioned great cartoons that I sadly had forgotten, but that is what Geek Casket is all about, sharing!


A special Geeky thank you to Faraz Bawa, Mani BC-Fresh, Jack Minassian, Christopher Pierce, Kevin Shippee, Zach Rodriguez & Katie Higareda Loete.

Kyle Gransaull

Geek Casket creator, part-time Villain.



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  • Joe Lazzari

    1. G-FORCE. 2. VOLTRON. 3. GHOSTBUSTERS. Holy shit these defined my childhood on saturday mornings

    • I forgot M.A.S.K existed, when I heard the theme song I freaked out! Glad I got some great reminders to make this second article.

  • Vance

    G-Force was the censored American version of Japan’s Gatchaman(watch those, they are much better,l and don’t have the robot.)