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SilverHawks

SilverHawks is an American animated television series developed by Rankin/Bass and distributed by Lorimar-Telepictures in 1986. The animation was provided by Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation. In total, 65 episodes were made.


The SilverHawks action figure collection based on the animated series was produced by Kenner and first released in 1987. LJN, the makers of the ThunderCats figures, originally were to produce the SilverHawks figures but decided to pass on the project at the last minute. Each figure was packaged with a companion bird and, similar to the popular Super Powers Collection, had an action feature of some type.

The second series of figures is harder to find than the first with Ultrasonic Quicksilver being the most difficult. The MonStar with Laser Lance, Copper Kid with Laser Discs, and the Copper Racer vehicle were not produced but were shown in the 1988 Kenner toy catalog. The series 1 Hawk Haven Fortress was never produced either, due to the high production costs it would incur. Figures for many characters, including Melodia and Poker-Face, were never made.



1987 Silverhawks
(SilverHawks)





 Bluegrass
Estimated Value
Packaged
$
Loose
$

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $



 Buzz Saw
Estimated Value
Packaged
$
Loose
$

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $



 Flashback
Estimated Value
Packaged
$
Loose
$

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $



 Hotwing
Estimated Value
Packaged
$45
Loose
$20

 

Trivia:

A gold Silverhawk of African American heritage.
He is a magician, and skilled illusionist.
Hotwing has a weapon-bird named Gyro.

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99



 Molecular
Estimated Value
Packaged
$30
Loose
$15

 

Trivia:

A shapeshifter whose primary form is a humanoid body composed
of many spheres in various copper shades.
He is Mon*Star's master of disguise and leading hitman.
His weapon-bird is Volt-ure.

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99



 MonStar
Estimated Value
Packaged
$30
Loose
$15

 

Trivia:

Has a weapon-bird named Sky Shadow.
Figure Bio: The quintillionaire alien mob boss who escaped from his cell,
located on Penal Planet 10.

Utilizing beams from Limbo's Moonstar, Mon*Star's body becomes encased
on spiked armor-plating as he recites,
"Moonstar of Limbo, give me the might, the muscle, the menace, of MON*STAR!".

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99



 Mumbo Jumbo
Estimated Value
Packaged
$30
Loose
$15

 

Trivia:

Bio: A copper-skinned robotic minotaur who is basically the grunt
for the Mob, aided by his ability to "bulk up",
growing larger and more muscular, increasing his strength by doing so.
Mumbo's weapon-bird is Airshock.

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99



 QuickSilver
Estimated Value
Packaged
$75
Loose
$25

 

Trivia:

Figure includes cape and "Tally-Hawk" bird.

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $6.99



 Stargazer
Estimated Value
Packaged
$
Loose
$

 

Trivia:

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $



 Steelheart
Estimated Value
Packaged
$150
Loose
$25

 

Trivia:

Bio: Sergeants Emily and Will Hart, twin siblings,
became Steelheart and Steelwill respectively when
they joined the SilverHawks. Their weapon-birds are
Rayzor (for Steelheart) and Stronghold (for Steelwill).

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99



 Steelwill
Estimated Value
Packaged
$45
Loose
$15

 

Trivia:

Bio: Sergeants Emily and Will Hart, twin siblings,
became Steelheart and Steelwill respectively when
they joined the SilverHawks. Their weapon-birds are
Rayzor (for Steelheart) and Stronghold (for Steelwill).

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99



 Windhammer
Estimated Value
Packaged
$25
Loose
$10

 

Trivia:

An environmental terrorist with a huge,
"blasted" tuning fork that enables him to manipulate
or generate destructive weather patterns.
He is a muscular humanoid with azurine skin,
long blonde hair and large elf-like ears.

Produced in 1987 by Kenner.
Original retail price: $5.99




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