We bet you thought Arthur Rankin Jr. wasn't cashing new checks in the '80s. Come on, B.

Though Thundercats was a departure from the usual Rankin/Bass stop-motion family fare, you could kind of see his fingerprints throughout the corny-ass dialogue we took as animated awesomeness back in the day. Whatever. We were hooked on the four seasons to cop the briefs, dinette set, bed sheets and toothbrush. Ain't consumerism grand?