A stuttering robot with an arm that deployed a lightning cannon.

Thunderstick displayed the greatest amount of visual disparity between his animation model and his actual action figure. More than any character on the show, and even all Flimation toy-based shows.


Behind the ScenesEdit

Thunderstick was voiced by Pat Fraley


  • Episode 05: Kerium Fever - It was Thunder Stick who gave Tex Hex the idea to keep an eye on BraveStarr by using a Fly-Spy.
  • Episode 07: No Drums, No Trumpets - Thunder Stick and Scuzz started to heckle Paco at his arrivel because he was carrying his daughter's dolls. Thunder Stick attached a cable to Paco's belt and had him drag across the street by a Turbo-Mule. This caused BraveStarr and Thirty/Thirty to take action against them. Thunder Stick took cover behind some crates, but BraveStarr maneuvred above him and catapulted the robot into the air by jumping down on a loose board Thunder Stick stood on. He ended up stuck in a barrel and got a few nights in the cooler from BraveStarr.
  • Episode 65: Strength of the Bear - Thunder Stick was part of Sand Storm's posse that ventured into the Badlands riding Turbo-Mule's. BraveStarr distracted Thunder Stick by throwing a rock and took his Mule from him.