Season 1
Episode 1 - The Origin Story Episode 2 - Journey To Limbo Episode 3 - The Planet Eater Episode 4 - Save The Sun Episode 5 - Stop Timestopper Episode 6 - Darkbird Episode 7 - The Backroom Episode 8 - The Threat of Dritt Episode 9 - Sky-Shadow Episode 10 - Magnetic Attraction Episode 11 - Gold Shield Episode 12 Episode 13 - The Milk Run Episode 14 - The Hardware Trap, Part 1 Episode 15 - The Hardware Trap (2) Episode 16 - Race Against Time Episode 17 - Operation Big Freeze Episode 18 - The Ghost Ship Episode 19 - The Great Galaxy Race Episode 20 - Fantascreen Episode 21 - Hotwing Hits Limbo Episode 22 - The Bounty Hunter Episode 23 - Zeek's Fumble Episode 24 - The Fighting Hawks Episode 25 - The Renegade Hero Episode 26 - One on One Episode 27 - No More Mr. Nice Guy Episode 28 - Music of the Spheres Episode 29 - Limbo Gold Rush Episode 30 - Countdown to Zero Episode 31 - Amber Amplifier Episode 32 - The Saviour Stone Episode 33 - Smiley Episode 34 - Gotbucks Episode 35 - Melodia's Siren Song Episode 36 - Tally-Hawk Returns Episode 37 - Undercover Episode 38 - Eye of Infinity Episode 39 - A Piece of the Action Episode 40 - Flashback Episode 41 - Super Birds Episode 42 - The Blue Door Episode 43 - The Star of Bedlama Episode 44 - The Illusionist Episode 45 - The Bounty Hunter Returns Episode 46 - The Chase Episode 47 - Switch Episode 48 - Junkyard Dog Episode 49 - Window in Time Episode 50 - Gangwar, Part 1 Episode 51 - Gangwar, Part 2 Episode 52 - Sneak Attack, Part 1 Episode 53 - Sneak Attack, Part 2 Episode 54 - Moon*Star Episode 55 - Diamond Stick-Pin Episode 56 - Burnout Episode 57 - Battle Cruiser Episode 58 - Small World Episode 59 - Match-Up Episode 60 - Stargazer's Refit Episode 61 - The Invisible Destroyer Episode 62 - The Harder They Fall Episode 63 - Uncle Rattler Episode 64 - Zeek's Power Episode 65 - Airshow

SilverHawks

SilverHawks is an American animated television series developed by Rankin/Bass Productions and distributed by Lorimar-Telepictures in 1986. The animation was provided by Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation. In total, 65 episodes were made. It was created as a space-bound equivalent of their previous series, ThunderCats.

As was the case with ThunderCats, there was also a SilverHawks comic book series published by then-Marvel Comics imprint Star Comics.

Currently, Warner Bros. owns the rights to the series.

TV Status: Ended

Duration: 22 min

Release:

TMDb: 7.3

SilverHawks
SilverHawks