Your Favorite 80s and 90s Cartoon Themes Like You’ve Never Heard Them

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by Howie Decker @HowardTheDeck

in G.I. Joe, Masters of the Universe, Silverhawks, The 80s

YouTube user Triforcefilms has created a playlist of all of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons and shows, all performed a capella style.

Performing under the name Mr Dooves, his talent is apparent and his catalog of knowledge is vast. I’ve been through the list a few times and I can’t think of a show that he hasn’t done. He’s either a fellow child of the 80s or at least a heavy 80s sympathizer, and his ambitious takes on these classic themes are worth a watch and listen.

Below are a few of my favorites, make sure to check out the entire Saturday Morning Acapella channel!

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Sock of Fleagulls January 4, 2016 at 5:24 pm

Obviously no surprise that I’ve seen the MASK video but hadn’t bothered to watch the others. I think COPS might be my favorite. Thanks for sharing!


Classick January 6, 2016 at 7:27 pm

So far, heard Jem and G.I. Joe, and before I click on the rest, I want to declare that this guy needs to be President in 2016. He has my vote.


Howie Decker @HowardTheDeck January 6, 2016 at 7:42 pm

Right? How long must it take to do all 8-10 parts of each song- #dedication


Yelinna June 16, 2016 at 8:31 pm

I loved the original Thundercats, it was so well animated and had a so interesting plot 😀
I barely remember Jem, but after watching the intro here, I noticed it was wonderfully animated too. As a kid, I hated cartoons with poor animation. Sadly, the Jem episodes didn’t have the quality of the intro. Funny, I’m watching a few songs right now and I’m loving Jem!
I don’t know if animes like Agent Cobra, Lady Oscar, Candy, Minky Momo (Gigi), Sandybell, Remi, Marco, Capitán Futuro (Captain Future), El Vengador (Kōtetsu Jīgu), El Rey Arturo (Entaku no Kishi Monogatari Moero Āsā) or Mazinger Z were aired in the USA, but we watched them in the 80s here in Perú and their are part of our pop culture!


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