THE GLORIOUS DARKNESS!
After Captain Power And The Soldiers Of The Future failed to take off (which is a shame, considering it was the most ambitious children’s show OF ALL TIME), Landmark Entertainment went back to working on the great theme park attractions they’re known for while secondarily thinking up new concepts to pitch to the networks. When Gary Goddard brought his godson to see the final performance of the Conan stunt show at Universal Hollywood back in 1993, the three-year-old was enamored with the skeleton soldiers onstage. Since Goddard had fond childhood memories of Ray Harryhausen’s work in Jason And The Argonauts and similar warriors resonated with his godson who was a few generations younger, the skeleton imagery seemed timeless and powerful. Thus, Skeleton Warriors was born. READ MORE