As a series, it did technically begin "in the 80s" but considering only one episode aired in that decade (December 17th 1989), the phrase in the 80s is being used very loosely.-However, The Simpsons did air as commercials bumpers on The Tracy Ullman Show which began in 1987, so The Simpsons, just not the show, did have their debut in the 80s.
I read the comics from the '80s and saw a few cartoon episodes. Tamaran natives believe in love and are ruled by their emotions. They're not the types who reason things out.
History of the World
The networks are targeting a younger demographic .
Devil on My Back by Monica Hughes. This book was written in the 80s and features characters who live in a dome /arcology which I believe is called ArcOne. From Amazon (user review):
the adventures of sam
You can find them on Boomerang from Cartoon Network.
Mexican cartoon El Morro was created in the late 80s.
El Morro is a mexican cartoon created in the late 80s.
David Bowie was a leading British pop artist in the 1980's.
"Fido Dido" was a cartoon character used by the 7UP company for promotional purposes around the late 80s to early 90s .
I believe the one you are thinking of is called "Robotix". It wasn't actually a series, but a set of shorts that were eventually compiled into a short movie.
Around the late 70s to early 80s.
"Centurions" and "Silverhawks" each had 65 episodes. Perhaps you are looking for one of the two?
in the transformers movie he was 16 feet tall, in the 80s cartoon he was about 11 or 12 feet tall
The show was called The Herculoids and the characters you are referring to are Gloop and Gleep. The Herculoids was originally aired in 1967. In 1981 eleven new episodes were made for a Hanna Barberra showcase called Space Stars.
I know i will not spell his name right but i think it was capt. lue al bano. Lou albano - seriously. you are on the internet.