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cover:  George Perez
Date:  1995
Publisher: Malibu Comics

George Pérez (who was the artist on ULTRAFORCE) did the animated series' design and layouts.
Cover scan and information from TV Tome & Yesterdayland

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     January 19, 2003 | UltraForce Cartoon (1995)
    From TV Tome & Yesterdayland

    Malibu Comics' UltraForce had a slightly different premise than many of its comic book competitors. Instead of one guy here getting bit by a radioactive spider, another guy there using his billions to avenge his parents’ deaths, and a handful of others building elaborate gizmos to take over the world, suppose hundreds of people suddenly, unexplainably got super powers all at once? Naturally, some of them would use these powers for evil, and ordinary humans would live in fear.

    Like its comic predecessor, the animated UltraForce detailed what happened next. Faced with hundreds of evil “Ultras” and a panicky population, reluctant hero Hardcase banded together his own group of Ultras to fight crime and restore order. Aside from its bright blonde leader, Ultraforce included Prime, Prototype, Topaz, Contrary, and the scary-looking Ghoul. This handful of heroes fought the likes of Rune, Lord Pumpkin, Sludge, and several others, gradually calming down the human populace.

    UltraForce debuted in syndication during the second season of the two-hour package Amazin’ Adventures II, but despite its clever premise and techno theme song ("Ultrafooooorce!!"), the show ran for only thirteen original episodes. After one year in syndication, the reruns moved to cable's USA Network for another season.

    Release History
    1995 syndicated

    Episode # Prod # Original
    Air Date
      Episode Title
    Season 1
    1. 1-1 256-101 15-Oct-1995   Wrack & Rune
    2. 1-2 256-102 22-Oct-1995   Prime Time (1)
    3. 1-3 256-103 29-Oct-1995   The Stuff of Heroes (2)
    4. 1-4 256-104 05-Nov-1995   Armageddon (3)
    5. 1-5 256-107 12-Nov-1995   Night and the Nightman
    6. 1-6 256-105 19-Nov-1995   Lord Pumpkin's Pie
    7. 1-7 256-106     You Can't Go Home Again
    8. 1-8 256-110 26-Nov-1995   Pump It Up
    9. 1-9 256-108 03-Dec-1995   Prime Ambition
    10. 1-10 256-109 10-Dec-1995   A Veiled Threat
    11. 1-11 256-111 17-Dec-1995   Primal Scream
    12. 1-12 256-112 24-Dec-1995   Everything That Rises Must Converge
    13. 1-13 256-113 31-Dec-1995   Jumpin' at the Boneyard