TV News: TERRAHAWKS to Return?

Written by Animal Johns

TV News

Starburst readers, stay on this channel, this is an emergency! Well actually it's more like excellent news.

Those following the official Terrahawks facebook page, will have noticed the following announcement posted earlier today...

"Listen up you imbeciles! This is your beloved Queen, Zelda - RULER OF THE UNIVERSE!

I see I now have over a 1000 worshipers. Very well, I'll let you in on a secret! Thirty years after my last assault on the wretched clone, Ninestein, I have decided to return! 

The cretins at Anderson Entertainment now control the rights to Terrahawks and are launching new (and old!) ranges of merchandise. Stay tuned earth scum! Announcements coming over the next few weeks!

Prepare for my next attack! "

Firstly it's great to hear that the rights to Terrahawks are back under the control of the Anderson family (especially as Anderson Entertainment's head honcho, Jamie Anderson, let on to us recently that the show is a particular favourite of his), and secondly we can't wait to hear what plans are in store. As soon as we know, so will you. Stay on this channel! [you'd already used that one - Ed ]


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