Real Name: Bravestarr

Identity/Class: Magically empowered human with advanced technology

Occupation: Frontier marshall

Affiliations: 30/30 (his horse and partner), Shaman (mentor), Judge JB, Deputy Fuzz, Handle Bar

Enemies: Tex-Hex, Dingoes, Stampede, Outlaw Skuzz, Thunder Stick, Vipra, Sand Storm

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Fort Kerium, New Texas

First Appearance: "The Disappearance of Thirty-Thirty", Bravestarr (Filmation, 1987)

Powers/Abilities: Able to call on the powers of different animals, temporarily granting him superhuman strength ("strength of the bear"), or speed ("speed of the puma"), or senses ("eyes of the hawk", "ears of the wolf"). He was a good shot with his laser, and a skilled horseman.

History: When the evil magician Stampede arrived on the planet of New Texas, a world rich in the rare mineral Kerium, he granted terrible powers to the greedy miner Tex Hex. Using his new abilities, Tex instigated a reign of terror, and the desperate New Texans sent out a cry for help. This was answered by Marshall Bravestarr, a futuristic lawman with powers of his own. Now, ably assisted by his cyborg horse and partner 30/30 (a being able to switch between a horse form and an equine humanoid, armed with a gun he called Sara Jane), and his mentor Shaman (Stampede's arch enemy), Bravestarr fights to bring peace to his new home.

30/30Comments: Voice provided by Pat Fraley. Unlike many of the cartoons of the day, Bravestarr was not a toy which was then licensed to become a cartoon - instead it went the other way, with Mattel buying the rights to make a line of toys based on Filmation's original cartoon concept. The toys came out before the series aired, but didn't do very well (partly due to a lack of publicity), and as a result the show only lasted one season. It was the last cartoon Filmation made.

Thanks to Tracis Tylke for corrections.


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