I love love love cat-people. While I wasn't the biggest fan the 1996 animated Flash Gordon series, I did love the fact that it introduced Princess Thundarr (I spell it with two R's here because all references to the show spell it Thundarr, while all references to the toy spell it Thundar. Maybe it's mistake or a legal issue, but either way it's worth mentioning.) This series of Flash Gordon revamped him as a daring teenage skateboarder. I don't know who ever thought that kind of restructuring would be a good idea. Anyway, back to the Lionid Thundarr, from her wiki bio she comes from a species of felinoids. She is an impetuous and excellent fighter, and an expert at hand-to-hand combat. The bio card on the cardback (from Ming the Merciless' point-of-view) is pretty amusing. I didn't realize the comical angle at first and thought it was a very unflattering depiction. Princess Thundarr easily joins the ranks of Thundercats, Realm of the Claw, Seventh Kingdom, and all the other properties that have brought us fantastic Cat-Ladies. On to the review!
Princess Thundar comes with three accessories: Her Lion Star, a Rebel Visipad, and of course a space skateboard (aka a Rocket Rolling AirSled)
Time for a Comparison Pic!