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Herc Armstrong


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These need to be remade!

Thanks for the review. I remember these toys. I still have volume 1 on DVD.

Hasbro needs to remake these toys with modern techniques. I thought is was a great idea for a show although I enjoyed the earlier episodes more when the monsters were still more of a mystery.

Go Earth Corps!

These would be a step in the right direction!

Actually, this would make a great movie!

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Posted by SDFcommander on 29 July, 2012 - 16:45
One of my Favs

This is one of the better shows from the 80s cartoy era, along with things like Spiral Zone and Centurions they really tried to put a science flair to everything that was going on.

Also was a nice take on science/environment struggles without resorting to the same ol 'trees good machines bad!'

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Posted by Court on 29 July, 2012 - 16:49
Nice review! The first thing

Nice review! The first thing that really scared me as a kid was D'Compose. Specifically the episode where he poisoned the girl and turned her into a monstrous Inhumanoid. Nightmare fuel for a week. This show, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, and Centurions are all shows and toylines I wish had taken off more.

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Posted by GetterVolt on 30 July, 2012 - 09:21
Because of the small sized

Because of the small sized heads that about the same size as GI Joe figure heads I always felt that Inhumanoids should have been a GI Joe sub line like Street Fighters. I was already out of collecting GI Joe by this time but I remember seeing them and seeing that they would fit right into the GI Joe line just perfect. I believe it would have helped the line along better in terms of marketing and getting the word out to the kids. Although they are oversized for the head I think it works in terms of a GI Joe sized figure in a Inhumanoids sized armor. The armor looks so much better than the later GI Joe Armor that came out late 1992 before the line ended.

This was a great but small toyline but as I always say with many of these late 80's toylines there was just too many great toys lines out at this time and the kids that grew up in the early 80's were approaching High School age..

Finally I always loved the pun with the Earth Corp name.


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Posted by Showapop on 30 July, 2012 - 10:11