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Desc:Visually it's SO 90's, but it was a pretty damn good show
Category:Classic TV Clips, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:90s, Exosquad
Submitted:GQ
Date:02/25/11
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glasseye - 2011-02-25
Indeed.
Dr. Lobotomy - 2011-02-25
The jarring mix of standard early 90's satam animation and concentration camps with "final solutions" involving tossing people into the sun.

Plus the hairstyles were insane.
Mother_Puncher - 2011-02-25
Huh. Pretty decent plot for an action cartoon. I guess a sort of American Gundam? I'm interested in this but it's no Inhumanoids
garcet71283 - 2011-02-25
It was actually more of an American Macross with a dash of Mechwarrior for flavor.

GQ - 2011-02-26
The whole series is available for free on Hulu

tenten - 2011-02-26
...and me, Wolf Bronski!
TimidAres - 2011-02-26
I once traded my G2 tank Megatron for a J.T Marsh figure with exo-suit.
I still regret that.
garcet71283 - 2011-02-26
I still have both.

Caminante Nocturno - 2011-02-26
Yeah, it was alright... For a NON-anime!

All 4 of my stars are for Wolf Bronski. Wolf Bronski made this show for me.
glasseye - 2011-02-26
Exo squad was a million times better than any anime bullshit.

Caminante Nocturno - 2011-02-26
Ha, ha, ha!

You keep telling yourself that, LITTLE MAN!

freedoom - 2011-02-26
Exo squad was the first american cartoon i can remember that had a continuing story. At a time where cartoons were just there to sell toys a story was a very innovative thing
FABIO - 2011-02-26
Can't help but think how much better this show would have been if it wasn't handicapped by trying to sell toys.

Avatar was a better kids cartoon, but this handled the whole "war is hell" thing a lot better. Airbender talked a lot about how bad the war was, but no one ever died. Off the top of my head Exo had racial genocide, concentration camps, sun-based slaughter ovens, systematic starvation, paratroopers getting killed on the jump down, collaborator executions, reeducation camps. Plus a pretty damn good kids' intro to darker social issues.
Dread Pirate Roberts - 2011-02-26
THIS IS WHAT SCIENTOLOGISTS ACTUALLY BELIEVE.
Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2011-02-26
This, along with Captain Power, are just screaming for a Battlestar Galactica-style remake with upped production values.

A million stars for a cartoon that featured the heroes taking out the bad guys by shooting in the face at point-blank range.
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-02-26
I had these toys and I loved how you could jack your pilots into their suits via their pre-matrix head ports. I collected a bunch of these things without ever seeing this show. I didn't miss much, I guess.
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