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The Book of Omens
The ThunderCats finally open the Book of Omens. The Guardian of the Book explains that the ancient artifacts they have gathered must be presented at four different locations at precisely five clicks before the twenty-fourth hour or the ThunderCats will be frozen in time and the new ThunDERa torn apart by earthquakes.

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Well of Doubt
The ThunderCats build a Homing Beacon Tower just in time to guide a group of Thundarian refugees back to the planet.

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The Zaxx Factor
Vultureman hijacks a space bookmobile to escape Captain Bragg's Circus Train. On board, he learns of the powerful Rosencranz Medallion that once belonged to Mumm-Ra's arch rival Zaxx.

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Touch of Amortus
Amortus, an evil tentacled creature banished eons ago by the Thunderians, has returned to the new ThunDERa through Mumm-Ra's cauldron.

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Swan Song
The ThunderCats prepare for a visit from the Ecology Inspector. The Inspector hopes to enlist the aid to the ThunderCats in capturing Two-Time, an intergalactic land poacher who has been stealing entire land masses with his geodesic vessel.

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A rare lunar eclipse casts an eerie pale over the new ThunDERa. The eclipse opens a portal where the exiled Shadowmaster contacts the Ancient Spirits of Evil.

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Ma-Mutt's Confusion
Mumm-Ra unveils his latest weapon, the Babylonian Barbarian Boiler, to destroy the ThunderCats. The Boiler emits a beam that rapidly melts anything it touches.

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The Mossland Monster
Tygra gets caught in a meteor shower while returning from Third Earth. Losing control of the Feliner, he crashes through the atmosphere into the unexplored Mosslands of New ThunDERa, where he awakens the gigantic Monster of the Mosslands.

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Cracker's Revenge
Captain Cracker attacks bounty hunter Captain Bragg, who is holding the exiled Luna-Taks prisoner, and frees the Luna-Taks in order to have them help him return Third Earth to a pirate's paradise.

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Helpless Laughter
An astronomical lineup of the five Thundarian moons causes a serious drought on the new ThunDERa. Panthro and Snarf take the ThunderTank to collect the remaining water of Dreary Canal.

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In an effort to reach a distressed Thundarian spaceship, the ThunderCats must use all of their supplies of Thundrillium to fuel the Feliner for a deep-space voyage.

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Screw Loose
The tremors that previously threatens to destroy the new ThunDERa begin again when Jagara loses control of the gyroscope. The ThunderCats bring in a gyroscope specialist robot named Screw-Loose.

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The Heritage
Wilykat and Wilykit discover the Golden Sphere of Setti, an ancient artifact that once belonged to Mumm-Ra. The sphere magnifies his power by four, making him more powerful than the Ancient Spirits of Evil.

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Frog Man
As reconstruction of the new ThunDERa continues, the ThunderKittens drill a water well, where they not only hit water but release an amphibian-like creature with green skin.

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The Ancient Spirits of Evil provide Mumm-Ra with a Mirror Wraith, which can take the form of any shape and travel through space using mirrors as portals. Meanwhile, an escape pod containing a Thundarian child named Leah is rescued by the ThundarCats.

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Return to Thundera Part 5
Mumm-Ra realizes he must destroy the new ThunDERa in order to destroy the ThunderCats, so he travels to the Great Beneath and blasts the gyroscope into rapid decay.

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Return to Thundera Part 4
Knowing he cannot defeat both Tygra and Punyra on Third Earth and the ThunderCats on the new ThunDERa, Mumm-Ra orders Ma-Mutt to rescue the Mutants from Captain Bragg.

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Return to Thundera Part 3
Enraged by his failure to destroy the ThunderCats, Mumm-Ra returns to the Great Beneath as Jaga the Wise.

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Return to Thundera Part 2
The ThunderCats are determined to stay on the new ThunDERa despite its unstable environment. Meanwhile, Mumm-Ra summons Grune the Destroyer to help him destroy the ThunderCats.

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Return to Thundera Part 1
With Mumm-Ra banished form Third Earth, the ThunderCats return to their home planet ThunDERa. The Ancient Spirits decide to give Mumm-Ra one last chance to destroy the ThunderCats.

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The Last Day
The Ancient Spirits give Mumm-Ra until sundown to destroy the ThunderCats or be banished from Third Earth forever.

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The Circus Train
Wilykat is hypnotized and stows away with Captain Bragg, a bounty hunter who poses as the leader of a traveling circus.

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The Jade Dragon
Mumm-Ra's mentors, the Ancient Spirits of Evil, threaten to relinquish Mumm-Ra's rule over Third Earth if he fails to destroy the ThundarCats. The spirits describe an ancient artifact called the Dragon of Doom that can capture any being inside its small body.

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The Thunderscope
Snarf discovers an ancient Thundarian artifact, the Thunderscope, amid the wreckage of the ThunderCats' original spaceship. The object has the power to immediately identify any object of Thundarian origin.

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The Wild Workout
Following up on a rumor, the ThunderCats take the Feliner to ThunDERa where supposedly a piece of the Treasure of ThunDERa lies within the Caverns of Cold. Mumm-Ra watches them in his cauldron and concocts a trap for them.

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Bracelet of Power
Snarf accidentally discovers the Bracelet of Power has the power to control the ThunderCats. Gradually, he starts to coerce the ThunderCats to do his bidding.

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Locket of Lies
Mumm-Ra retrieves the ancient Thundarian artifact the Locket of Lies. Mumm-Ra and Ma-Mutt use the artifact to lure the ThunderCats into a concealed pit-trap.

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The Formula
Aluro invents a supercharged fuel that finally gives the SkyTomb enough power to reach the new ThunDERa.

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Return of the ThunderCubs
Growing impatient with Mumm-Ra's repeated failures to destroy the ThunderCats, the Ancients diagram a plan for him to claim the Treasure of ThunDERa. He must trick Cheetara into revealing the location of the treasure by offering her an original piece of the treasure casket.

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Key to Thundera
Lion-O is about to give up deciphering the hieroglyphics in the Book of Omens, when Snarf suggests using the Sword of Omens as a magnifying glass. This causes to book to open and sucks Lion-O and Snarf into it.

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Exile Isle
The Luna-Taks kidnap the ThunderKittens. The ThunderCats rescue the ThunderKittens and capture the Luna-Taks in the process.

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ThunderCats is an iconic American animated television series that aired from 1985 to 1989. Produced by the renowned Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment, who are popular for creating a myriad of impactful cartoon shows, the series redefines animation for television during its heyday. ThunderCats is a perfect blend of sci-fi, action, and adventure, which ran successfully for four seasons with a total of 130 episodes. The fan base appreciates the well-preserved animation quality to this day, crossing generations of viewers.

The storyline of ThunderCats revolves around a group of cat-like humanoid aliens hailing from the dying planet of Thundera. The show follows these humanoid felines on a thrilling cosmic journey as they seek refuge in a new world that they eventually come to call their home. The plot takes dramatic turns as the ThunderCats, endowed with the strength and agility of powerful big cats, face off against the villains who threaten their safe haven.

The ThunderCats, guided by their noble leader Lion-O, land on Third Earth, a seemingly peaceful planet masked with unexpected dangers and thrilling challenges. While aimlessly wandering the foreign planet in search of survival, the ThunderCats soon find themselves struggling to establish their roots, encountering several other native species and threats in their new home.

Lion-O, aside from being the protagonist, is also the lord of the ThunderCats. As such, he wields the Sword of Omens, loaded with the mystical Eye of Thundera – the source of the ThunderCats' power. Despite being the physical embodiment of a grown adult, Lion-O has the mindset of a child due to the unfortunate malfunction of his suspension capsule during their voyage to Third Earth. This Young-Old juxtaposition adds an intriguing layer to Lion-O's character development throughout the series.

The other members of the ThunderCats crew include Tygra, the architect and scientist; Cheetara, the swift, courageous, and trustworthy confidant; Panthro, the muscular and mechanically inclined warrior; WilyKit and WilyKat, the cunning and mischief prone twins; and Snarf, the somewhat timid caregiver to Lion-O. Each character features its own distinct personalities and skills, lending unique strengths to the team and driving their collective will to resist the villainous threats they confront.

ThunderCats is as much about the struggles of the heroic intergalactic refugees as it is about antagonists. The antagonist cadre is led by Mumm-Ra, the citadel-dwelling mummy sorcerer. Mumm-Ra, better known as the ‘ever-living source of evil’ on Third Earth, employs various tricks up his bandaged sleeves. His ultimate aim is to seize the Eye of Thundera, the source of the ThunderCats’ power, to reign supreme over the planet.

The adventure continues through the following seasons as the ThunderCats, the once-peaceful species turned warriors, start forming alliances with other native species. These new associations, marked by various shared victories against Mumm-Ra and his allies, help the ThunderCats gain respect and admiration from the native inhabitants.

A blend of detailed character development and vibrant animation makes ThunderCats one of the most memorable of the Kids WB block. The narrative is enriched with timeless themes of loyalty, courage, and the power of good over evil - all encompassed within an exciting world of futuristic technology and magic.

Moreover, the introduction of Thundera's history, a distinctive cultural heritage, and the exploration of Third Earth’s social-political dynamics subsequently through various storylines, add to the enormous depth that ThunderCats’ universe holds.

In terms of aesthetic aspects, ThunderCats presents a visual treat with its anime-influenced art style, while the intensive action sequences and dramatic character designs set it apart from its contemporaries.

ThunderCats is a remarkable destination for viewers to lose themselves in bold color palettes, dramatic fight sequences, intriguing characters, and mounting intrigue that keeps the audience hooked from one episode to the next. This highly influential series definitely left an indelible mark on the landscape of animated television during the late 80s. It's a staple for nostalgia-tripping adults and an exciting discovery for young viewers alike, ensuring its enduring appeal transcends generations.

ThunderCats (1985) is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 4 seasons with a total of 149 episodes, the show debuted on 1985. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.9.

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