The Karate Kids were a beloved cartoon in the late 1980s and early ’90s.
It was a funny little family of martial arts cartoons about the karate of Bruce Lee and Ken Shamrock.
They featured some of the best karate moves in the world.
The show had a loyal fan base.
They got a lot of positive reviews for their cartoon and its characters, and their fans were loving it.
They were also pretty popular in the United States, where the show was popular with kids.
The Karating Kids came to an end in 1997, when the show’s creator, Peter Jackson, passed away.
The last time a KarateKid was on the air was in 2000.
Now, 10 years later, the 10 gold colors and a couple of quotes from The Karation Kid are going on display.
I am the greatest fighter ever.
If you’re tired of fighting, try me. 3.
I’m a man who’s never had to do a thing in his life.
When you’re not fighting, I’m gonna beat the crap out of you.
If it feels like a life sentence, try to forget about it. 6.
You know that feeling you get when you’re having a bad day?
You know, you’re really not in the mood to fight anymore.
There’s something about the people who come to see me. 8.
Don’t try to hide your pain.
It’s time to give up on your hopes and dreams.
When someone says that you can’t do anything for yourself, say, “I can.”
The Karation Kids came back in 2004 with a new animated series, The Karated, and in 2018 they premiered the first episode of their reboot, Karate Heroes.
“The Karated” was the first of two movies based on The Karations, and the second movie is expected to be released sometime in 2018.
The original KarateKids were voiced by Peter Cullen and James Franco.
They are also the main characters in the 2017 Disney movie The Karates of Billy Madison.
Source: Entertainment Weekly