“RoboCop: The Animated Series” starts with a 30-second recap of the movie. It discloses to kids how Alex Murphy is “mortally injured” by a group of hoodlums. The series doesn’t demonstrate the horrifying murder, yet the introduction shows the baddies shooting at Murphy. Overwhelming stuff for children! A few minor changes were made to make the show suitable for kids. Rather than bullets, the firearms fire lasers. In the film, RoboCop moves gradually and with “weight.” However, in the show, he’s speedier and defter. The last significant change in the realm of the show is that robots are a great deal more common. Therefore, RoboCop isn’t only cutting down human culprits. Much like the motion picture, the show dug into some political commentary, racial issues, environmental issues, and peace in the Middle East. Obviously, the series just lasted for 12 episodes.
12. DINO-RIDERS (1988)
“Dino-Riders” is about a group of individuals called the Valorians who are at war with the Rulons. The Valorians are fundamentally human beings. They are escaping from the Rulons, who are malicious aliens. The Valorians utilize their “S.T.E.P. gem” and are taken back in time 65 million years to pre-historic Earth. Over there, the Valorians utilize their AMP necklaces to become friends with the dinosaurs and team up with them to fight the Rulons. The Rulons, utilize “mind boxes” to mentally condition different dinosaurs to battle for them. All things considered, the series just lasted for 14 episodes. However, it spawned various, fruitful toy lines, and a miniseries from Marvel Comics. The series still lives on with fans, with yell outs in “South Park” and “Robot Chicken.” There were gossipy titbits in 2015 that Mattel would endeavour to make a movie based on “Dino-Riders.” Nevertheless, no other news has turned out from that point forward.