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This Mashup of ’80s Cartoon Intros Is Hilariously NSFW

In the ’80s, animated series stopped hiding the fact that they were designed to sell toys to children. Some of the shows were actually quite good, and they went on to spawn live-action feature film franchises and multiple cartoon spinoffs. There is something inherently fun about the original ’80s incarnations of these characters, but they’ve never come together like this before.

YouTube user Jared Jeffries has created a new video that smashes together the opening sequences from several ’80s cartoon series into a brand new show: Dash Swordslash and the Defenders of Everything. Be warned, Jeffries’ voiceover for the video is very NSFW, but it is funny.

Jeffries rebrands every single character in this video with a new, on-the-nose name which is surprisingly pretty close to the naming conventions of the time. Several of the more familiar ’80 shows used He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, G.I. Joe, Defenders of the Earth, M.A.S.K., Thundercats, and Challenge of the GoBots. The video also uses more obscure series from the era including Blackstar, The CenturionsSilverhawksJayce and the Wheeled Warriors, and Bionic Six.

Along the way, Dash Swordslash and the Defenders of Everything continually changes the premise of the show to account for more footage from different animated series. It reminds us of the Too Many Cooks short, minus the serial killer punchline.

What did you think about Dash Swordslash and the Defenders of Everything? Draw your magic swords and unleash your opinions in the comment section below!

HT: Jared Jeffries & Neatorama

Image Credit: Filmation/Mattel

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