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I am with Spikey on this one, Trapdoor was fantastic!

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Aye tbh I keep meaning to pick up the compleate series on DVD, but I never seem to have the spare cash when I see it. Damn you responsibilities.

It was ace though.



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G1 Transformers, Thundercats, G1 Transformers, Earthworm Jim, G1 Transformers, ReBoot, G1 Transformers.

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Duck Tails, Conan the Adventurer, Thundercats, Exo Squad, Transformers Beast Wars.

Still waiting for most of those to come out on DVD
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Road runner, yup, definitely road runner.

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Quite liked Reboot, Gargoyles and roadrunner. Also liked Exo-squad and Battletech.

Recently, the Clone wars animateds were fun (Tartakovsky and CG - I've not seen the movie yet, though).

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Conan the Adventurer

Yes! Conan the Adventurer, I forgot all about it. I really REALLY enjoyed this one

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Can't believe Wacky Races hasn't made the list. Muttley for the win!

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For me it would be the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Not this new stuff where Krane and the Shredder are the same person.
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Earthworm Jim,
He's such a groovy guy
Earthworm Jim
He rockets throught the sky
Cruising through the universe having lots of fun....

That show was epic. It was right up there with SPOOOOOOON.

For the other canukelheads out there dose anyone remember, The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen?

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