Thread: Toxic Crusaders

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    Toxic Crusaders was a short lived cartoon from the early 90s. anyone here remember it?
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    • 11 years 10 months ago
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    I remember my brother use to watch it all the time, but I thought it was yucky.
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    • 11 years 10 months ago
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    My brother had a lot of toys from the series. Actually, we still have them... I liked the theme song.
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    I saw it other day. it was a cool show. I used to like Nozone. It was cool Heathcliff got referenced.
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    • 11 years 10 months ago
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    I never heard of it back then.
    I wouldn't mind checking it out, though.
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    • 11 years 10 months ago
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    Yep, great show. I recently got the Toxic Avenger collection, which comes with the entire run of Toxic Crusaders. Definitely worth having.
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    Toxie would always use the tag line "Hideously deformed mutants of super size and strength"
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    Cool cartoon. They were talking about doing a movie based on the cartoon,but decided not to for some reason.
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    I loved the toxic crusaders as a kid, and still love what troma does today.

    They were planning on making a live action movie. unfortunately lloyd kaufman and troma sold the rights to new line. as most know new line put out tmnt, what lloyd didn't know at the time is they bought the toxic crusaders to make sure it never got released. thus saving the tmnt movies any real competition at the movies. troma sued new line and ended up settling out of court for an undisclosed amount, im assuming it was more than enough to keep troma happy.
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    the monster in the closet dvd has the first episode of the toxic crusaders as a bonus feature.
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    • 11 years 7 months ago
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    I love this show, I got when I bought the Complete Toxic Avenger box set, I remember vaguely when I was a kid
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    • 11 years 7 months ago
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    i never really got to see the cartoon, but i had the crappy sega genesis brawler
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    • 11 years 7 months ago
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    Quote by slim
    the monster in the closet dvd has the first episode of the toxic crusaders as a bonus feature.


    In the latest Toxic Avenger Boxset, the complete series of the show is included on it's own disc. It's the only place where you can get the complete series. It ran only 13 episodes.




    The only other release's of the show was under "The Toxic Crusader Movie", which is available on it's own, or in the previous Toxic Avenger boxset(The Tox Box). It's not a movie though, it's actually the first 3 episodes of the series strung together. Another release was made under the name "Toxic Crusaders: Volume 1", which is actually just another episode added onto the "movie", which makes it the first 4 episodes of the series as opposed to 3.


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    • 9 years 11 months ago
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    I used to LOVE playing with and collecting these action figures! The theme song to the cartoon STILL sticks in my head to this day. I loved the "Secret Toxic Glo-in-the-dark Weapon" that came with each figure. I never have seen Toxic Avenger before, but I guess I'll have to on the next rainy day now.
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