10 Best Cartoons In The 80’s.

4. Voltron: Defender of the Universe (1984-1987)

Another sci-fi with the theme of the good versus evil, Voltron: Defender of the Universe traces the journey of the robot Voltron, a decent person whose mission was to stop the evil doings of King Zarkon and Prince Lotor of Planet Doom. There were two Voltrons as such depending on the seasons: there was the robot made up of five separate mechanical lion pieces (called Lion Force) and there was the Voltron made up of various space vehicles (called Vehicle Force).
Notable Episode: Evil Prince Lotor cloned himself to vanquish the hero Keith. This was an epic animated action scene. Of course, Keith figured out how to overcome the brute.


3. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983-1987)

How frequently did we, as kids, stand on the chair and cry, “By the power of Grayskull, I have the power!”? He-Man was the man, included on a show that will be remembered for many years down the line. Prince Adam, with a goal to protect his home of Eternia against Skeletor the evil, would yell those godlike words and transform himself into He-Man. Meanwhile, his weak tiger would transform into the threatening Battlecat. With his incredible sword, steadfast tiger and companions Man-At-Arms, Teela, the Sorceress, and Orko, He-Man took on many amazing adventures.The best part and maybe, the most silly thing about He-Man, was that a character would give a moral lesson towards the end of the episode. Notable Episode: During one of Skeletor’s numerous endeavours to attack the supernatural Castle Grayskull, he let free a dragon on He-Man and a fantastical battle followed.

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