|A doomed toy line from day one|
|This would make a great movie poster|
|The aptly named Baron Dark|
|Talyn in action|
But, perhaps, the final nail in the coffin for Skeleton Warriors was the live-action Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, which was still on its way to hitting the peak of its popularity by 1994.
Skeleton Warriors lasted 13 episodes, effectively ending the first season with a thorough plot resolution.
|"Bone-Smashing First Issue!"|
|For the Legion of Light!|
At a time when superhero trading cards had reach their height in popularity, Fleer Ultra released a Skeleton Warriors trading card series that not only featured impressive artwork, but was one of the only Skeleton Warriors products that proved to be well-received.
|Artwork that wouldn't be out of place on a cover of Heavy Metal magazine|
|Skeleton Warriors PS1 Game|
|Crappy Handheld games ruled the '90s|
|Baron Dark, leader of the Skeleton Warriors|
|Dagger, one of Baron Dark's lackeys|
|Too little, too late for the Skeleton Warriors toy line|
|Despite their lack of popularity, no one can say that the figures didn't have great detailing|
|The unproduced Talyn figures|
Maybe one day we'll see a remake of Skeleton Warriors in one form or another (perhaps a live-action movie!), though it does seem rather unlikely.