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Desc:The cartoon Troma made to sell action figures
Category:Classic TV Clips, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Troma, capitalism, Horrible Cartoon Week, Toxic Crusaders, Toxie
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Comment count is 12
snothouse - 2008-05-05
That is a money saving intro. Just play the pilot episode back and forth.
ashtar. - 2008-05-05
I recall enjoying this show. And, it helped raise public awareness about toxic waste. Specifically, the awareness that toxic waste is awesome and gives you superpowers.
Corman's Inferno - 2008-05-05
Lloyd Kaufman was flabbergasted when cartoon producers offered to turn his violent R-rated movie into a children's show. They couldn't use "Avenger" in the title because it sounded "too dark."
Xenocide - 2008-05-05
Whereas "Crusader" conjures up wholesome images of attempted religious genocide.

AgentOrange - 2008-05-05
The toys were pretty badass though.
tenten - 2008-05-06
Hell yeah they were. They kicked the asses of my ninja turtles figures on a weekly basis.

Xenocide - 2008-05-05
And then they all got cancer.

I never saw the cartoon, but I enjoyed the toy jingle: "Toxic Crusaders! They're gross, but they still get girls!"
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-05
Oh, good. Someone else can't get that damned song out of their head.

Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-05
I remember this show. It tried as hard as it could to stay faithful to the original. Given the limitations it had to deal with, it could've done a worse job.

On the other hand, it was still unwatchable.
dementomstie - 2008-05-06
I remember this show!
I even remember the song that the Toxic Crusaders sang when they became a band of heros:
We're The Toxic Crusaders
We're The Toxic Crusaders
We're The Toxic Crusaders
Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2008-05-06
man, that was tacky and awesome at the same time
soci-o-path - 2008-10-15
Holy shit ... I used to love this ... I wasn't aware of Tromaville until much later when I discovered the internet.

I enjoyed the bi-weekly comic so much more though because it had all the nastiness they couldn't put in the television series.

Woah, flashback; I remember it now - came back from school with my grandfather and we had pizza and watched this. My grandad was so frikken cool.
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