You wouldn’t know it from that pic, but I was actually looking out the window on account of some lady shrieking at her kids.
Was fuckin’ hilarious.
That ugliness aside, welcome back to my basement dwelling odyssey!
Upon venturing deeper into my basement crawlspace, I was elated to discover my old Captain Bucky O’Hare action figures!
Don’t ask me what Alderbaran means, ’cause I sure as hell don’t know.
It’s kind of like that one monster “D’Compose” from Inhumanoids.
I didn’t know what “decompose” meant, all I knew was that that was his name, and that’s what he said when he turned that one bitch into a giant-ass zombie.
Now that I think of it, Inhumanoids was fuckin’ badass.
Scared the shit outta’ me too.
Why the fuck am I talking about Inhumanoids?
I only saw like 2 episodes of that when I was like 3 years old.
HOW THE FUCK DO I REMEMBER ALL THIS STUPID SHIT!?
*Cough!* Anyway, this is the second time in the past few days that I’ve mentioned Bucky O’Hare, so I figure it’s time I give a little background on the subject for those who may not remember him.
Here’s the intro sequence:
Basically, Bucky O’Hare was a cartoon, based on a comic from before my time, that dealt with a universe parallel to our own called the Aniverse.
Hey! Get back here!
Just ’cause I said “anthropomorphic” doesn’t mean this post is gonna’ de-evolve into furry bullshit!
*Ahem!* ANYWAY, the story involves a nerdy young boy from our universe named Willy, being somehow transported into the Aniverse and being forced to take up arms in a galactic war of sorts.
I did mention that Bucky O’Hare was like Star Wars, right?
Captain Bucky O’Hare and his ragtag crew of rebel misfits serve as Willy’s defenders and support crew.
The other crew members were, if I can remember correctly:
Deadeye Duck, the ship’s trigger happy, four-armed, one-eyed gunner, and my personal favorite character on the show.
He was voiced by Duo Maxwell after all.
Jenny the Alderbaran Cat was basically the Jean Grey of the crew, serving as a psychic force to reckoned with, as well as a sort of mother figure to Willy.
I’m sure if you type her name into Google you’ll find plenty of furry “yiff” fodder.
Hey man, blame the intersnatch, not me…
The numerous instances when he’d go apeshit and beat on the toads were always fuckin’ classic.
“THE BERSERKER BABOON!!!!” They’d all yell, just before getting squashed.
To be perfectly honest, I really don’t remember Bucky O’Hare all that well, much less Inhumanoids.
Bucky O’Hare was only a part of my life for about a year, but clearly I really liked it, ’cause I remember the characters just fine, and I played the shit out of the NES game.
I don’t really remember the plot outside of the very basic “mammals fight against reptiles and amphibians” outline.
Even so, memories, no matter how trivial and fragmented, are always something to be treasured.
Even if they sit in a box underneath the stairs for 20 years.
Oh well, all this talk of Bucky O’Hare has got me wanting to the play the NES game again, so if I ever get around to making another Let’s Play video, that’ll probably be the first one I do.
Thanks for reading, sorry I’ve been so lazy!