Exo Squad
Debut: December 15, 1993
Ended: December 15, 1995
Debut: December 15, 1993
Ended: December 15, 1995

Exo Squad, an animated series from 1993 to 1995, ran for two seasons on the USA network and Fox. The basis of the show revolves around humans and "Neosapiens", genetically engineered humans used to perform manual laborer and menial work. Set during the future when humans have inhabited both Mars and Venus, a war erupts when Neosapiens commence a surprise attack on humans when the galactic spaceforce, known as the Exo Fleet, is off in deep space fighting pirates. The rest of the series involves the exploits of the Exo Fleets Able Squad, which use body armor like military machines called Exo-skeletons or E-Frames to combat the forces of the Neosapiens and free the occupied planets. The show involves deep character development, the relationships between characters, moral decisions, military intrigue, and adult overtones. Originally marketed to children, the show was better suited for teenagers and young adults. More in-depth information for Exo Squad can be found at: "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exosquad" The complete series can be viewed at: http://www.myspace.com/exo_squad

Torres: "What's the big idea, Bronski? You were supposed to deliver that guy to the Arnhem in one piece."
Bronski: "He looks pretty peaceful to me, Sarge."
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Phaeton: "An inferno rages inside me, Terran. It consumes me, burns me."
J.T. Marsh: "Probably something you ate."
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Phaeton: "Shiva, you have always been my best general. Can you stop them?"
Shiva: "No, but I will try."
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Pelligrino: "Abandon all hope..."
O'Reilly: "...ye who enter here. It's Dante, from the Divine Comedy."
Bronski: "Sounds like a load of laughs."
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12 years, 4 months ago
Season One has now been released onto Region 1 DVD

    14 years, 3 months ago
    watch the episodes at myspace.com/exo_squad

    guy seems to have two seasons put into his blog, both imbedded and available to download. Definately worth an add for any fan of the show.
      14 years, 6 months ago
      This was by far one of the best Sci-Fi cartoons of the 90s. Unfortunately it got crappy time slots (I\'ve heard 5am in places) which limited its populatity. There\'s a great website maintained by Patrick Danner at:

      The show had some really great writing; it referenced real places and real historical events. The show addressed questions about the morality of genetic engineering, slavery, what makes someone human, and how creative we are as a species. If you haven\'t seen it, check it out.
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