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Favorite 1980's Saturday Morning Character
captain_slinky wrote in saturday_am_80s
OF COURSE when I decide to comit to this community, stuff falls apart all around me and I struggle to fit it in - sorry, folks!

Meanwhile, 1980's Saturday Morning Historical Recreation Society member Bonnie has started a question over on Twitter that I hashtagged as #80sSarurday that you may wish to participate in either here or on Twitter (@Saturday1980s) because it's fun to simply declare your preference, sure, but I kind of need more room to defend my answer than a simple 140 characters.

So simply put, which 1980's Saturday Morning Character do you think was the best?

Post and defend your answers in the comments below or on Twitter!

As a starting point, I suggest that Rubik The Amazing Cube is superlatively the greatest because he has the word "Amazing" right in his name! Only Spider-Man and his friends share that distinction!

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It was "Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends", so Spider-Man can't claim the title of "amazing" among Saturday Mornings, but his friends can. So Rubik, Iceman, and Firestar have that honor.

I'm going to give some though to what I think was the best character.

True, but the pre-Friends version was "The Amazing Spider-Man", so I think it still applies...

It's a hard question! I'm not even going to reply to those on Twitter who answered with stuff like "Thundercats"... THAT'S NOT A SINGLE CHARACTER NOR IS IT SATURDAY MORNING AAAAAARGH!!!

I considered "Dark Rider" from Turbo Teen, my favorite unrevealed villain of all time... but the more I think about it, it's got to be either Teebo from The Ewoks, or Teddy Ruxpin...

The Amazing Spider-Man was a 70s live-action show. In 1981 both Spider-Man and Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends premiered. But from what I can tell, there has not been a cartoon named The Amazing Spider-Man.

Thundercats? Really? Augh!

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