No recent wiki edits to this page. Ages ago, the Inhumanoids reigned over the Earth until one by one, they were locked away. In the modern day, they have been released and now seek to reclaim the Earth as theirs. With their monstrous powers, the only ones capable of stopping them are the Earth Corps.
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Saturday Morning Cartoon! ‘Inhumanoids’
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Search myCast Search. Close Synopsis Monsters from an underground world are disturbed by the excavations of a mad scientist and begin to invade the earth, a team of professional engineers, soldiers, archaeologists and a journalist are sent with special equipment and armor to study them to find a way to stop them. Join the Conversation 0 comments on this story Leave a Comment. Back to Top Add a Role.
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As a child the Inhumanoids cartoon absolutely blew me away! It was filled with exploding vehicles, giant monsters, and people falling into bottomless pits. Also, I think part of the allure of the property was that the toy line was named after the villains, not the heroes. In general, I always thought that the bad guys made cooler characters. One of my fondest memories as a child was flipping through the Sears Catalog and circling the items that I wanted for Christmas. When I received the catalog, I was immediately overwhelmed by the spread of Inhumanoids toys that Sears was offering that year.
Scariest 80's Cartoon Villains
This is Thesecret I am an admin of this site. Edit as much as you wish, but one little thing If you are going to edit a lot, then make yourself a user and login. Other than that, enjoy Villains Wiki!!! D'Compose is an undead dinosaur-like monster and the main antagonist from Inhumanoids alongside Metlar. Long ago, D'Compose, along with the other Inhumanoids, engaged in a titanic battle with the Mutores.
But we might be now. The line was comprised of three different elements, each of which would make a great action figure line if brought into the 21st Century. Then we have the monster allies of Earth Force: sentient trees called duh Redwoods and sentient rock people called Granites. I can probably see the humans having to be in the 4-inch scale to accommodate the larger monsters, but that would probably be OK. I think having the humans fit in scale-wise with GI Joe would actually make for some cool cross-property team-ups, and having some Joes fighting Tendril or Metlar would make it all worthwhile.
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Super easy choice. They were ok, but Inhumanoids ruled! I'm still amazed at how big the main three villains were.
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Inhumanoids is the title of an animated series and the name of a Hasbro toy property that were both released in In the tradition of other Hasbro properties such as Transformers , and G. 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. Although Bigfoot had only nine episodes, the other shows ran to 15 episodes, telling a complete story across their numerous installments, which were later edited together to form "movies" that were released on video. Out of the four, Jem proved to be the most popular, and was eventually made into an ongoing series that lasted for 65 episodes. The story begins with the discovery of a monstrous creature encased in an amber monolith buried in Big Sur national park, that is recovered by Earth Corps, a government-funded geological sciences research team.
Log in or Sign up. TFW - The Boards. GeoKaiser , Jul 21, The combined geoscience and horror theme appealed to me. As with most of the cool 80's toys, the package art was really cool and even partially educational.
Searches for terrifying or shocking kids' cartoons usually turn up the same old lists of cartoon conspiracy theories which never make sense and always conclude that the cast of the show is actually dead or "adult" scenes from old theatrical shorts which are often taken out of context and come from cartoons that weren't intend for kids in the first place. But there's no need to resort to crazy theories or cartoons that were really for adults to find 'toons that can leave some permanent scars on young viewers. Even if you just check out one decade - the one I spent my formative years in - and limit yourself to television animation, you can find a treasure trove of shocking and disturbing animation aimed squarely at children. Here are just five of the most nightmare-inducing animated TV episodes of the 80s.