Skeleton Warriors & Galaxy High

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  1. jorod74

    jorod74 Psycholagnist (Ret.)

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    Anyone here recall Skeleton Warriors or Galaxy High on saturday mornings?

    I was totally shocked by Skeleton Warriors because the whole thing was morbid- as in the heroes were always on the brink of ruin- but like the old TF/GI Joe/He-Man, it had a moral to the story. i miss that show. did it ever come out on DvD?

    Galaxy high was just a really fresh show when it came out- all the other shows at the time seemed long ine tooth (Muppet Babies, smurfs, snorks) and it seemed aimed at older kids.

    why can't we have more shows like that these days?
     
  2. Prowl

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    I remember them both but it's Galaxy High that brings back some serious memories. I found a copy on VHS years ago at my Hollywood video. I thought GH was out on DVD, but I may be wrong.
     
  3. Katamari Prime

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    I have some of the Skeleton Warrior toys.
     
  4. Seth Buzzard

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    I loved Galaxy High and if it wasn't out of fear that I remember it being better then it was I would seek it out.
     
  5. Tekkaman Blade

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    Any one remember Kidd Video, one of the weirdest series ever, The characters are all dressed in bad 80's clothes and even their fairy had leg warmers. They often used the current songs on the radio in the show as well as bad original music. Weird things could happen in that show.
     
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    Omnibus Prime I'm too old for this shit TFW2005 Supporter

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    Yeah, I have a feeling this might be the case. I can remember the theme song, and remember loving it back then...but methinks if I were to watch it now, it wouldnt live up to those memories. Same with Pole Position.

    Skeleton Warriors was a bit after my time. I had to look it up 'cause I dinna remember that at all.
     
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  7. Seth Buzzard

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    Also a rad show I'm afraid to watch again.
     
  8. Boardwise

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    I remember Galaxy High, but don't think we got Skeleton Warriors over here.
     
  9. Prowl

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    It's not that bad, You can watch GH and enjoy it now. Download an episode. IT's actually kinda funny.
     
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    Skeleton warriors I remember!
     
  11. jorod74

    jorod74 Psycholagnist (Ret.)

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    Kidd Video- one thing i remember most was it had a chunky nerd guy with glasses and in the opening credits they had one of those wussy versions of an El Camino they all rode around in.
    yeah, it was rough. but cheesy goodness now.
    but a show like Dink, the last Dinosaur...painful memories there.
     

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