ThunderCats Mumm-Ra Flexible Keyring
This high quality flexible PVC keyring is a bright and colourful reminder of the ThunderCats cartoon series. Featuring the decayed form of Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living (before he is transformed by the Ancient Spirits of Evil), this will bring a smile to the lips and a twinkle of fondness to the eye.
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ThunderCats is an animated series produced by Rankin/Bass which was broadcast in the US between 1985 and 1989 and featured the voice talents of Larry Kenney, Earle Hyman, Earl Hammond, Lynne Lipton, Bob McFadden, Peter Newman, Doug Preis and Gerrianne Raphael. The catchy opening theme was performed by the rock group Heart. Following the exploits of a group of cat-like (but humanoid) creatures on a planet called Third Earth, it was based on characters created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf and the animation was provided by Pacific Animation Corporation (in Japan). Fleeing their dying home world, Thundera, the ThunderCats’ spaceships are attacked by their enemies (the Mutants of Plun-Darr) and damage to their flagship requires a course-change to Third Earth, where they land safely and create a new home base, the "Cat's Lair". On this new planet they face the joint threat of the Mutants (who have followed them there) and an ancient mummified sorcerer called “Mumm-Ra the ever living”.
Mumm-Ra (voiced by Earl Hammond) is the main enemy of the ThunderCats. An ancient priest, he is an "ever-living source of evil" with a command of sorcery he is effectively immortal ("Wherever evil exists, Mumm-Ra lives!"). The “Ancient Spirits of Evil” provide him with supreme power in the Black Pyramid (his base, seemingly in the ruins of an ancient Egyptian civilization). Mostly resting in his stone sarcophagus, he is a decrepit, mummified figure, but can revitalise himself by calling on the Spirits: "Ancient Spirits of Evil, transform this decayed form... to Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living!" While in this renewed form, he casts spells, fires bolts of energy, alters his physical form and becomes virtually invincible - only seeing his own reflection forces him to retreat to his sarcophagus.