THE X-MEN
(of Earth-8107)

Membership: Angel, Colossus (Peter Rasputin), Cyclops (Scott), Nightcrawler (Kurt), Professor X (Charles Xavier), Sprite (Kitty), Storm (Ororo), Thunderbird, Videoman (Francis Byte), Wolverine;
formerly Beast, Firestar (Angelica Jones), Iceman (Bobby Drake), Marvel Girl

Purpose: To defend humanity from evil mutants and teach mutants how to control and use their gifts

Aliases: None

Affiliations: Spider-Friends (Firestar/Angelica Jones, Iceman/Bobby Drake, Spider-Man/Peter Parker)

Enemies: Cyberaid (Nathan Price), Juggernaut, Magneto

Base of Operations: The X-Mansion, New York, USA

First Appearance: Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman" (September 18, 1982)

History: (Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Origin of the Iceman" (fb)) - Professor Xavier (dubbed Professor X) sought out mutants to train them at his school. Via unrevealed circumstances, he enlisted the high-flying mutant Angel, the acrobatic Beast, the telekinetic Marvel Girl and Cyclops. The four mutants were then brought together as the X-Men by Professor X to train in the use of their gifts and to protect the world. Shortly after mutant Bobby Drake had used his powers to save a woman from a burning building, Professor X sent a telepathic message to the young mutant, imploring him to come to the X-Men's school. Bobby Drake, soon dubbed Iceman, trained alongside the other mutant students after each of them took an oath to defend mankind from dangerous threats. Professor X made it clear that their mutant powers were powered by their thoughts.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "A Fire-Star is Born" (fb) -BTS) - At some unrevealed point, Beast and Marvel Girl left the team. Angel and Cyclops stayed, although they changed their black and yellow standard uniforms for different, more personalized ones.

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "A Fire-Star is Born" (fb)) - After Firestar made her public debut at her school's football game (and cleared herself of theft charges in the process), the X-Men (then consisting of the Angel, Cyclops and Iceman) approached her and offered her membership. The new X-Men soon trained Firestar in the Danger Room and soon brought her with them into the field. With Firestar on the team, the X-Men battled such foes as Magneto and giant robots (see comments). 

(Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "A Fire-Star is Born") - An X-Men reunion was scheduled with invitations sent to Firestar and Iceman. Professor X waited for his former students alongside Storm and the Angel. He felt their thoughts as they approached the School. Angel offered to fly out and meet them, and both X-Men met the former members and escorted them back to Xavier's mansion, where the reunion was underway.  Firestar was introduced to the other new member of the team, Wolverine, who offered her a piece of fruit from his claws. Storm introduced herself and wished to know more about Firestar's background. The newer members of the team soon learned Firestar's origin.

After Firestar recapped how she joined the X-Men, the reunion was interrupted by the Juggernaut breaking into the X-Men's meeting room. Cyclops blasted him into the street but the unstoppable villain rushed towards them. Storm blasted him with lightning but when that failed to slow him down, Professor X took charge and issued mental commands. He made Cyclops and Iceman the second line of defense but ultimately had to be saved at the last minute by an arriving Spider-Man. After briefing them on Juggernaut's weakness, the now-assembled Spider-Friends worked to remove Juggernaut's helmet, hoping to leave him vulnerable to the Professor's mental attack. After the Juggernaut was defeated and presumably arrested, the Spider-Friends and the X-Men retired to May Parker's home to finish their reunion. 

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode - "The Education of a Superhero") - The X-Men, now consisting of Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, Colossus, Nightcrawler and Sprite, welcomed Francis Byte to the school and the team as Videoman (see comments).

(Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends - "The X-Men Adventure") - Firestar visited the X-Men and tested herself in the Danger Room, only to fail her test. Professor X admonished her for her failure, reminding her that while the Danger Room used holograms to simulate real world threats and scenarios, if the situation had been real, she would have ceased to exist.

That night, unseen by the X-Men, a strange ship landed on the front lawn and a disguised figure (Cyberaid) approached the house. The figure easily overrode the security system and entered the mansion while, inside the mansion, the unknowing Spider-Man tried to console Firestar, remarking that he'd like to take a crack at the Danger Room. Professor X remarked that it could be arranged. Most of the X-Men subsequently watched as Spider-Man then began his own test with Cyclops remarking that the room was set to Level 1, which was the safest level. When the test began, Cyclops and Spider-Man both noticed that the traps and dangers were real. Cyclops argued with the computer's report, noting that the room's levels were clearly set on Level 7 - the most dangerous level. Professor X tried to override the room but found himself locked out. Firestar rushed in but found herself trapped alongside Spider-Man. Cyclops blasted the trap apart with his force beams as the two heroes rushed back to the control room. It was at this point, Cyberaid made his presence known, announcing that he had taken over the mansion and trapping Spider-Man and the X-Men inside the Danger Room, remarking that only one person present would know why he was committing his actions. Using his mental powers, Professor X discovered that the computer's logic circuits had been compromised. Since the team was in the sub-basement and the circuits were in the attic, this meant a trek throughout the entire mansion.

Nightcrawler immediately left the team using his teleportation powers while Colossus freed the team by tearing the Danger Room's door free. Professor X used the moment to try to deduce Cyberiad's identity. Probing each of the X-Men and Spider-Man (although careful not to discover his secret identity of Peter Parker), the Professor found the answer in Firestar's memory of her old beau Nathan Price and his subsequent accident that transformed him into a cyborg. Professor X then grimly noted that thanks to Cyberiad's meddling, the X-Mansion was now on course to self-destruct. When gas flooded the sub-basement room housing the X-Men and Spider-Man, Storm used her powers to clear the air while Cyclops prepared to blast a hole in the door, but he was stopped at the last minute by the Professor. Xavier noted that the walls were prepared for just such an event and said blast could easily ricochet around the room. Sprite opted for a smooth approach to freeing the other X-Men and phased through the wall. Once through, she opened the door and it was then decided that the group should split into teams: Sprite, Colossus and Storm, and Cyclops, Thunderbird and Iceman, leaving Professor X, Spider-Man and Firestar to form the last team. Each team took a different path towards the attic circuits, unaware that Cyberaid was monitoring them the whole time. Iceman, Storm and Thunderbird went through the kitchen and found who they thought was Nightcrawler, unaware that the mutant had been switched with a double. Professor X tried to comfort Firestar about Nathan Price's actions as Cyberaid but the heroine remarked that she was sure there was still a part of the Nathan Price she knew somewhere in the metal body of Cyberaid. Cyclops, Sprite and Colossus were taking another staircase to the attic when all three were picked up via an unexplained ray and deposited into different parts of the mansion. When Colossus was knocked out, Cyberaid created a double of the Russian mutant who lured Sprite into a trap. Professor X managed to mentally block most of the mansion sensors as he led Spider-Man and Firestar towards the attic and when they entered the mansion's elevator, the cable was cut. Saved by Spider-Man, the group met up with one of the other groups as they waited outside the entrance of the X-Mansion's attice Maze of Madness, the only way through the attic and the computer circuits. Professor X noted they only had an hour before the core exploded but he was then taken by a tractor beam. The team forged ahead but when Nightcrawler's double appeared, the team almost followed it before Thunderbird pointed out the difference between the real and the fake Nightcrawler.

Flung wildly throughout the Maze of Madness, the X-Men were watched by Cyberaid. When a dazed Nightcrawler appeared before them, Cyclops noted the smell of brimstone. The Nightcrawler in front of them offered to take them directly to Cyberaid but they were unaware that Cyberaid had been listening to Thunderbird and programed Cerebro to replicate the smell for the Nightcrawler double. The X-Men and Spider-Man quickly found themselves beamed into a plasma bubble, which Cyberaid used as a jail for the heroes. When Firestar found her way through the maze, Professor X urged her to go after the retreating Cyberaid, noting they only had five minutes left. Spider-Man directed Cyclops to pour his energy into blasting a small hole in the plasma bubble, allowing Spider-Man room to shoot a webline through it, which snagged a power line. Directing Colossus to brace himself against the bubble, the X-Men and Spider-Man used him as a conduit to short out the bubble's energy. From there, the team easily stopped the meltdown as Firestar defeated Cyberaid, whose peaceful Nathan Price identity became dominant.

Comments: Created by Donald F. Glut and Marvel Productions, Ltd. (see Appearances list for list of artists involved).

Cyclops and Professor X were voiced by George DiCenzo ("X-Men Adventure") and Stanley Jones ("A Fire-Star is Born"). Jones also Nightcrawler. Angel and Wolverine were voiced by William Callaway. Storm was voiced by Kathy Garver ("X-Men Adventure") and Annie Lockhart ("A Firestar is Born"). Sprite was voiced by Noelle North. Thunderbird and Colossus were voiced by John Stephenson.    

In "A Fire-Star is Born," the X-Men also fight what appears to be a Sentinel. Angel apparently shoots the robot with rays from his hands. Animation error or secondary mutation? You make the call.

In "The Education of a Superhero," we see a character wearing Kitty Pryde's Ariel costume but in her later appearance she's called Sprite and wearing a modified original X-Men costume.
It's possible that on Earth-8107, she wore a costume resembling her Earth-616 Ariel identity while using the Sprite alias. -Proto-Man

Nightcrawler is called Kurt at one point, so presumably his last name would be Wagner. Likewise, Sprite is called Kitty, so her last name would presumably be Pryde while Storm is called Ororo, thus her last name might be Munroe. Cyclops is also called Scott at one point so one might assume his last name could be Summers.

Profile by David Lawrence (with text assistance by Proto-Man on the subprofiles).

CLARIFICATIONS:
Earth-8107's X-Men have no known connections to:


The Angel

A mutant with the ability of flight, the Angel was one of the founding members of the X-Men, training in their Danger Room and joining them in fights against foes such as Magneto and a giant robot. After Beast and Marvel Girl left the team, Angel welcomed new X-Men members Storm and Wolverine.

In addition to his flight-capable wings, Angel also demonstrated the ability to fire force beams from his hands (see comments).

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman" ("A Fire-Star is Born,"


The Beast

The Beast was a founding member of the X-Men and a tremendous acrobat. He ultimately left the X-Men after an undisclosed amount of time prior to Firestar joining.

The Beast had mutant beast-like agility.


-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman"


Colossus

A Russian born mutant, Peter Rasputin possessed great strength and was one of the X-Men who welcomed Videoman (Francis Byte) into their ranks. Some time later, after the X-Men and Spider-Man were trapped in the X-Men's Danger Room by the cyborg Cyberaid, Colossus freed the heroes by smashing the Danger Room's door. The heroes then split into groups and Colossus moved towards the X-Mansion's attic computer circuits with Sprite and Cyclops, soon getting separated from the group via a hidden trap and dumped into a small, anti-metal-covered room. He tried to punch his way free but the walls wouldn't budge due to being coated in anti-metal. He quickly found his blows were reflected back at him and soon knocked himself out, turning back to normal flesh. After being knocked out, Colossus was taken captive by Cyberaid and locked up in a cell with Nightcrawler and Professor X until he was freed by Spider-Man. After subsequently being captured with the other heroes inside a plasma bubble, Colossus braced himself against the bubble, pushing it into a power line snagged by Spider-Man's web line and freeing the heroes. He then remained with the X-Men as Firestar defeated Cyberaid.

Colossus had the mutant ability to make his skin as hard as steel.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Education of a Superhero" ("The X-Men Adventure,"


Cyclops

A mutant with the ability to shoot rays of pure force from his eyes, Cyclops (whose real first name was Scott) was a founding member of the X-Men and trained in their Danger Room. He helped recruit Firestar into the X-Men, battling such foes as Magneto, and stayed with the team when new members joined. Cyclops later attended an X-Men reunion at the X-Mansion, battling Juggernaut when the villain crashed the reunion and blasting him across the street with his optic blasts. After welcoming new member Videoman (Francis Byte) onto the X-Men, Cyclops was trapped in the X-Mansion's Danger Room by the cyborg Cyberaid during a visit from the Spider-Friends. Escaping the Danger Room with the other X-Men as the heroes split into teams to find the attic's computer circuits, Cyclops was dumped into a room coated with Vibranium alongside Colossus and Sprite, further tormented when the room was plunged into total darkness due to an innate fear of losing his sight. He managed to calm down enough to focus his eye beams into a singular point powerful enough to burn  hole through the room's door lock and escape. Carrying Sprite out of the booby-trapped room, Cyclops regrouped with the rest of the X-Men as they went through the X-Mansion's Maze of Madness, soon getting recaptured with the other heroes inside a plasma bubble. After being freed by Spider-Man, Cyclops remained with the X-Men as Firestar defeated Cyberaid.
 

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman" ("A Fire-Star is Born," "The Education of a Superhero," "the X-Men Adventure,"


Marvel Girl

A mutant, Marvel Girl was a founding member of the X-Men, training with the team in their Danger Room and leaving the team prior to Firestar joining.

Marvel Girl had the fantastic ability of telekinesis.



-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman"


Nightcrawler

German born Kurt (see comments) was mutant with a reputation of being somewhat of a jokester and, after joining the X-Men, he recalled a time when his teammate Iceman was accidentally transported to a live volcano by the computer Cerebro and laughed about the ice having to be cleaned from Cerebro's computer circuits. After welcoming Videoman (Francis Byte) on the X-Men, Nightcrawler was later trapped in the Danger Room alongside Spider-Man and the other X-Men by the cyborg Cyberaid. Attempting to teleport to the X-Mansion attic's computer circuits to stop Cyberaid, Nightcrawler was captured by the cyborg. He protested as Cyberaid created a double of him and sent the artificial being out to destroy the X-Men. After Professor X and Colossus were both also captured, Nightcrawler was placed in a plasma bubble trap with the other newly-captured heroes until Spider-Man managed to free them. Nightcrawler then remained with the other X-Men as Firestar defeated Cyberaid.

Nightcrawler had the ability to teleport across vast spaces, his powers leaving behind a thick stench of brimstone behind.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Education of a Superhero" ("The X-Men Adventure,"


Professor X

Professor Charles Xavier was the greatest telepathic mind on the planet, growing up with his stepbrother, who later became the villainous Juggernaut. He sought out mutants to train them at his school and founded the X-Men, basing him out of his mansion/school. Years later, he attended an X-Men reunion at his X-Mansion, welcoming former member Firestar to the reunion before Juggernaut crashed the party. During the subsequent battle against Juggernaut, Professor X managed to knock Juggernaut out with his mental powers after the villain's helmet had been removed. After welcoming Videoman (Francis Byte) to the X-Men, Professor X oversaw a visiting Firestar's Danger Room sequence and chastised her when she failed the test. Professor X was soon trapped in the Danger Room with the other X-Men and Spider-Friends when the cyborg Cyberaid took over the X-Mansion's computers. After being freed by Colossus, Professor X went with Spider-Man and Firestar to try to stop the X-Mansion's computer from going into meltdown thanks to Cyberaid's tampering. When the X-Men and Spider-Friends regrouped before venturing into the X-Mansion's Maze of Madness, Professor X was captured and locked up alongside Colossus, Nightcrawler, and later the other X-Men as Cyberaid tried to destroy Firestar. He was subsequently placed within a plasma bubble trap by Cyberaid alongside the other X-Men and Spider-Man, who ultimately freed the X-Men, earning Professor X's congratulations. He then remained with the X-Men as Firestar defeated Cyberaid.

Professor X was a mutant with telepathy.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman" ("A Fire-Star is Born," "The Education of a Superhero," "The X-Men Adventure,"


Sprite

Kitty (see comments) was an apparently American mutant who joined the X-Men under unrevealed circumstances. Shortly after joining the X-Men, Sprite welcomed Videoman (Francis Byte) to the X-Men and was later trapped in the X-Men's Danger Room when the cyborg Cyberaid took over the X-Mansion's computers. Escaping the Danger Room with the other X-Men thanks to Colossus, Sprite split up in a group with Cyclops and Colossus as the heroes attempted to make their way to the attic's computer circuits. Seeing who she thought was Colossus, Sprite was tricked into a room coated with Vibranium, which canceled out her phasing ability. Pounding on the walls only triggered the soundwaves, making the room louder, but she was ultimately saved when Cyclops burst in and dragged her from the room. She then followed the X-Men into the Mansion's Maze of Madness and was captured and placed into a plasma bubble by Cyberaid. After Spider-Man saved the X-Men from the plasma bubble, Sprite remained with the X-Men as Firestar defeated Cyberaid.

Sprite had the ability to phase through solid matter.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Education of a Superhero" ("The X-Men Adventure,"


Storm

A mutant, Ororo (see comments) was one of the newer recruits to the X-Men team. Attending an X-Men reunion at the X-Mansion, she asked Firestar about her background and when the Juggernaut attacked, she blasted him with lightning and tried to fight him off with winds. She later welcomed Videoman (Francis Byte) to the X-Men and was later caught up in an attack on the X-Mansion by Cyberaid. After being freed from the Danger Room, Storm joined Iceman and Thunderbird as the assembled heroes split up to make their way to the attic's computer circuits. Led into a trap with closing walls, the claustrophobic Storm panicked but she calmed down once freed. She was puzzled by the apparent actions of "Nightcrawler," at first unaware it was a Cyberaid-created double. Soon regrouping with the rest of the X-Men and the Spider-Friends, Storm followed them into the X-Mansion's Maze of Madness, where the heroes were captured in a plasma bubble. Ultimately freed by Spider-Man, Storm remained with the X-Men as Firestar defeated Cyberaid.

Storm had the ability to control the weather.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "A Fire-Star is Born" ("The Education of a Superhero," "The X-Men Adventure,"


Thunderbird

Apparently a Native American, the mutant Thunderbird joined the heroic X-Men under unrevealed circumstances. Welcoming the Spider-Friends during their visit to the X-Men's X-Mansion, Thunderbird oversaw Spider-Man when the wall-crawler was tested in the X-Men's Danger Room but soon fell into a trap set by the cyborg Cyberaid alongside the other heroes. After being freed from the Danger Room as the heroes split into teams to make their way to the mansion's attic computer circuits, Thunderbird joined Storm and Iceman in exploring the mansion but soon noticed something wrong with "Nightcrawler"'s actions. Unaware Nightcrawler had been replaced with a double, Thunderbird exploded into a rage and chased the double. Later becoming trapped, Thunderbird called upon the spirit of a grizzly, transforming into a bear and smashing the trap's door down. He then proclaimed that Nightcrawler would have much to answer for and later accompanied the regrouped heroes into the mansion's Maze of Madness, where he noticed that "Nightcrawler" did not have the smell of brimstone about him. Directing the heroes towards a particular path that had no smell of brimstone, Thunderbird was fooled by the Nightcrawler double that had now been given the particular smell of brimstone to fool the heroes. He was then quickly captured with the other heroes and imprisoned until Spider-Man freed them and Cyberaid was defeated by Firestar.

Thunderbird could transform into the form of a bear.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The X-Men Adventure"


Wolverine

Apparently from Australia, Wolverine possessed razor-sharp claws capable of slicing through solid brick and joined the X-Men under unrevealed circumstances. At an X-Men reunion, Wolverine was introduced to the former X-Man Firestar, offering her a fruit shish kebab using his claws as a skewer. When the Juggernaut attacked the mansion reunion, Wolverine rushed to attack but was thrown aside, his claws getting him stuck inside a brick wall. After the Juggernaut was defeated, Wolverine later stood silently as Videoman (Francis Byte) joined the X-Men.

Wolverine had retractable Adamantium claws that he could extend from his forehands.


-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "A Fire-Star is Born" ("The Education of a Superhero,"


The X-Mansion

The home and base of operations for the X-Men, it also functioned as a school. The computer Cerebro was used to control the Danger Room and the X-Mansion was equipped with a "Maze of Madness" leading up to the attic, where the main computer circuits were housed. After the cyborg Cyberaid took over the X-Mansion's computers from the attic, he trapped the X-Men (and the visiting Spider-Friends) in the Danger Room but when the heroes freed themselves, Cyberaid used the Mansion's security systems against them, capturing some of them before ultimately trapping them all within a plasma bubble prison. After Spider-Man freed the heroes, Firestar defeated Cyberaid and the Spider-Friends later left the X-Mansion to return home.

-- Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The X-Men Adventure"


images: (without ads)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The X-Men Adventure" (X-Men main image, both Colossus images, Cyclops in current costume, Nightcrawler, Sprite, Thunderbird, X-Mansion images)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman" (X-Men original team image, Angel original costume, Beast, Cyclops original costume, Marvel Girl images)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "A Fire-Star is Born" (X-Men image with full roster including Firestar, X-Men with Spider-Man, Angel current costume, both Professor X images, Storm, Wolverine images)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Education of a Superhero" (X-Men roster with Sprite in her original costume)


Appearances:
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Origin of the Iceman" (September 18, 1982) - Donald F. Glut (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shepard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends
cartoon episode, "A Fire-Star is Born" (September 25, 1982) - Christy Marx (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shephard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The Education of a Superhero" (October 1, 1983) - Dennis Marks (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shephard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends cartoon episode, "The X-Men Adventure" (October 29, 1983) - Michael Reaves (writer), Bruce Bennett, Norm Cabral, Dan Faucett, Neil Galloway, Greg Garcia, Gary Graham, Rick Graham, Karl Hepworth, Stuart Heimdall, Elaine Hultgren, Boyd Kirkland, Debra Pugh, Dave Sharp, Roy Smith, Tom Tholen, Grant Wilson, Roy Wilson, Bob Foster (layouts), Jan Green, Rick Hoberg, Cullen Houghtaling, Larry Houston, Sherman Labby, Will Meugniot, Dick Sebast, Bob Schaffer, Don Shephard, Hank Tucker, Warren Tufts (storyboards), Gerry Chiniquy, Steve Clark, John Gibbs, Sid Marcus, Bob Richardson, Nelson Shin, Arthur Vitello (animation directors)


First Posted: 10/14/2019
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