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80s Cartoon Heroes T-shirts


Man, Woman and Child wearing 80s cartoon characters T-shirts

If, like myself, you grew up in the 1980s, then you'll know just how awesome the cartoons were. You can remind yourself of those care-free times with this very popular 80s Cartoon Heroes T-shirt for men, which is available in a choice of colours and sizes from Amazon.co.uk.



The T-shirt features the main characters from many of the best toons, including Optimus Prime from Transformers (Robots in Disguise), Lion-O from Thundercats, He-Man and Skeletor from Masters of the Universe, The Real Ghostbusters, Dangermouse, Count Duckula and Donatello and Michelangelo from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

I really like the unique design (which is unofficial fan art) and the characters nicely set out with Optimus Prime towering over them - it particularly looks good on the blue tee. Grey and white are also available from sizes Small to XXL. Not only is this shirt highly rated by customers, but it's also one of the bestsellers on my website Simplyeighties.com.


So which was your favourite cartoon? I preferred the British quirkiness of Dangermouse, which, of course, featured the voices of David Jason and Terry Scott (Penfold). 

However, when it came to the toys, then Transformers were definitely the most interesting to play with and the most awesome to collect. They were just so cleverly designed, and they also made you very popular in the school playground, for sure. These days, Bumblebee appears to be the most popular, but back in he 80s, Optimus Prime (which turned from a red and blue truck into to a robot) and the mighty Megatron (both of which are highly collectible) were probably the ones every kid wanted, but probably never got!

Man wearing a grey T-shirt with 80s cartoon characters

MASK T-shirt for Men

You may well remember watching the Mobile Armoured Strike Command task force taking on the evil V.E.N.O.M. in the MASK cartoon series. Armoured vehicles and masks with super powers featured in this action-packed cartoon, and there were two series which first aired in 1985. This MASK T-shirt is an awesome choice for paying homage to the cartoon.

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