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Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa

Moo Mesa

By Geobra GeoffPublished about a year ago 3 min read

"Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa" is an American animated television series that aired from 1992 to 1994. It was produced by Greengrass Productions and Ruby-Spears Enterprises and was created as a spin-off of the "Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa" comic book series. The show was set in the late 19th century in a fictional version of the American Old West, where the characters were anthropomorphic cows, bulls, and other Western-themed animals.

"Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa" is a comic book series and an animated television show that aired from 1992 to 1994. It was created by comic book artist Ryan Brown and published by Marvel Comics. The animated series was produced by Greengrass Productions and Ruby-Spears Enterprises.

The story is set in the late 19th century in the American Old West but features anthropomorphic cows, bulls, and other animals. The main characters are Marshal Moo Montana, the Cowlorado Kid, and Dakota Dude, who are cow sheriff heroes tasked with protecting the town of Moo Mesa from various villains.

Marshal Moo Montana is the leader of the group and acts as the sheriff of Cowtown. The Cowlorado Kid is a quick-drawing cow with a lasso, and Dakota Dude is a bison with exceptional strength. Together, they defend the town from outlaws and other threats, maintaining law and order in the Wild West.

The animated series followed a traditional Western theme, with episodes featuring cowboy adventures, gunfights, and Wild West tropes. Each episode typically introduced new villains and challenges for the heroes to overcome, often with an underlying moral or lesson. The show had a mix of action, comedy, and adventure and was aimed at a young audience.

"Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa" had two seasons, consisting of a total of 26 episodes. While the show had a dedicated fan base during its original run, it has become more of a nostalgic favorite among fans of classic animated series in recent years.

The main characters of the series were three cow sheriff heroes known as the Cowlorado Kid, Dakota Dude, and Marshal Moo Montana. They protected the town of Moo Mesa from various villains, including the notorious cattle rustler, Skull Duggery. The show featured a mix of action, comedy, and Western themes, often incorporating elements of cowboy folklore and legends.

Each episode typically followed a self-contained storyline, often with a moral or lesson at the end. The series had a light-hearted and adventurous tone, appealing to children and fans of Western-themed entertainment. It ran for two seasons, totaling 26 episodes, and gained a moderate following during its original broadcast.

Since the series ended in 1994, "Moo Mesa" has become somewhat of a nostalgic cult favorite among fans of classic animated shows. While there have been no recent revivals or new episodes of the show, it retains a nostalgic charm for those who grew up watching it.

Here are the lyrics to the theme song of "Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa":

(Verse 1)

"Moo Mesa, Moo Mesa, Cowtown, Cowtown,

Outlaws in the way! (Yee-haw!)

Moo Mesa, Moo Mesa, Cowtown, Cowtown,

With justice they will play!

(Chorus)

Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa,

Stampede! (Stampede!)

Come on, cowboys, and ride!

Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa,

Mesa! (Mesa!)

Where cowboys live side by side!

(Verse 2)

"Moo Mesa, Moo Mesa, Cowtown, Cowtown,

Heroes through and through! (Yee-haw!)

Moo Mesa, Moo Mesa, Cowtown, Cowtown,

Fighting for what's true!

(Chorus)

Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa,

Stampede! (Stampede!)

Come on, cowboys, and ride!

Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa,

Mesa! (Mesa!)

Where cowboys live side by side!

(Outro)

Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa,

Yee-haw! (Yee-haw!)

Yippee-ki-yay, cowboys ride!"

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