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An evil villain has escaped from space-prison and wants to destroy the entire universe. The SilverHawks are called on to go after this villain and protect space and the entire universe along with it. This villain gathers together other space villains and puts together his own army. Luckily, the SilverHawks have a spaceship that eats up the spaceships of all of the villains. The main main villain is left to think of more evil plans.

The main villain makes deals with whomever he can and lets any being join his force that wants to destroy the SilverHawks. The SilverHawks have a lot of problems on their hands. The SilverHawks approach the battle of all battles and must give all they have to protect the space they love dearly. The fighting gets very intense, and both sides are willing to go any distance they have to in order to win the war.

SilverHawks is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on September 8, 1986.

Where do I stream SilverHawks online? SilverHawks is available for streaming on Syndicated, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch SilverHawks on demand at Amazon, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

2 Seasons, 65 Episodes
September 8, 1986
Action & Adventure, Animation & Cartoon
Cast: Bob McFadden, Earl Hammond, Maggie Wheeler, Peter Newman, Adolph Caesar
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SilverHawks Full Episode Guide

  • Mon*star sets out to destroy the SilverHawks' airshow by having Mo-Lec-U-Lar masquerade as the Maraj.

  • Zeek talks the Orb into giving him the magical powers intended for a weakening Hotwing and heads to the casino.

  • A snake-like criminal whose primary weapon is stun venom steals the SilverHawks' payroll before the Mob can get to it.

  • Mon*star plots to test a giant Sky-Shadow by having it tow the Penal Planet to Brim*star, where he will make all the prisoners members of the Mob.

  • Hardware threatens to destroy Bedlam with his invisible satellite.

  • Outfitted with deadly meltdown discs, Mo-Lec-U-Lar is sent to destroy Commander Stargazer.

  • The Mob uses a tornado to rob a space freighter, but when Windhammer is captured he must face the robot Smiley in the boxing ring.

  • Hardware plots to steal Automata and tow it out of the SilverHawks' jurisdiction, unaware that a mechanical fault in the planet will cause an explosion that will destroy Limbo Galaxy.

  • Mon*star plots to go to Chicago and take over the Earth mob.

  • Zero steals Professor Power's memory and takes over the artificial sun, which roasts HawkHaven when the doors jam.

  • Hardware gives Zeek a diamond stick-pin containing a remote-controlled bomb.

  • Mon*star gains new powers when he acquires a chunk of the Moon*star.

  • Mon*star seeks revenge on those who jailed him. Second of a two-part episode.

  • Hotwing and Quicksilver attempt to sneak into Brim*star to arrest Mon*star. First of a two-part episode.

  • The battered Mob plots a comeback by building the Sky Chomper, a vehicle that devours its own kind. Second of a two-part episode.

  • Melodia and Poker-Face use remote-controlled cars to terrorze Mon*star and steal the casino bankroll. First of a two-part episode.

  • A time window allows Hardware to go back to the time on Earth when the SilverHawks are leaving for the Limbo Galaxy.

  • Posing as a garbageman, Mo-Lec-U-Lar steals Stagazer's vital spare parts.

  • A cosmic storm reverses everyone's personalities, leaving the SilverHawks bad and the Mob good.

  • When Mo-Lec-U-Lar steals the key to Dolare's main vault, a wild chase ensues.

  • The Bounty Hunter breaks free and sets up a base called Hanging Rock on an asteroid, preparing to attack once more.

  • A valuable diamond becomes the object of desire for the Mob and the SilverHawks.

  • When the SilverHawks race to stop Mon*star from raiding the bank, they fall for the distraction as the real Mon*star makes a bid to infiltrate and destroy HawkHaven.

  • Mon*star orders Hardware to create a giant version of Sky-Shadow to destroy the SilverHawks.

  • Far in the future, a fledgling SilverHawk asks an aged Commander Stargazer how the SilverHawks were destroyed.

  • The Mob threatens to flood Bedlam City unless the Governor pays it a percentage of the planet's income.

  • Mon*star steals a dangerous crystal that can create extremely powerful forcefields but can't figure out how to activate it.

  • Mon*star aims to block the supply of oil to Limbo's artificial sun, and put his own reactor into place as the new Sun.

  • Hardware plots to kill Quicksilver by stealing the remote control that orders Tally-Hawk, and ordering the bird/weapon to attack its master.

  • Quicksilver and Tally-Hawk race to rescue a hijacked freighter, but are forced to crash-land during a dust storm.

  • Gotbuck, a security robot, tests the bank's defenses but the Mob abducts the android.

  • Poker-Face sets up boxing matches at the Starship Casino, and puts a robot called Smiley in the ring with Mumbo-Jumbo.

  • The Mob robs a mail rocket in search of the Savior Stone, which is Earth's only hope of restoring her decaying magnetic fields.

  • Mo-Lec-U-Lar steals a device which amplifies the sun's power, and gives it to Hardware to use as a super-weapon.

  • Space Bandit jumps a gold claim on Automata, setting off a fight between the Mob and the SilverHawks.

  • The passage of Halley's Comet throws Limbo into chaos as the Mob tries to thwart Steelheart's plan to send the comet crashing through Brim*Star.

  • Frustrated at having to put down a rebellion at Sini*Star before he can rob a Bullion Ship, Mon*Star agrees to transform sidekick Yes-Man into a superpowered tough guy.

  • Steelheart goes to Brim*Star to stop the production of SilverHawk clones, and falls into a trap.

  • The Mob takes over Bedlam, and prepares to overthrow Limbo.

  • The Steel Twins devise new weapons, the Fighting Hawks, which are specially-powered versions of each SilverHawk's favorite tool, just in time for Mon*star's attack on the planet Automata.

  • Poker-Face acquires sensitive information about the Silverhawks' defenses and prepares to sell it to Mon*star.

  • The Mob breaks The Bounty Hunter out of prison, and sets this brain-draining vampire/mercenary on the SilverHawks.

  • As Mob victories pile up, Stagazer calls for more SilverHawk volunteers from Earth, and gets Hotwing, a SilverHawk with magic talent.

  • Hardware devises a machine that can turn Silverhawks into mindless Mob slaves.

  • The Mob challenges the SilverHawks to a long-distance race around the galaxy.

  • Mon*star uses a Trojan Horse to get inside Silverhawk headquarters.

  • The Silverhawks try to reverse Mon*star's galactic ice storm, which is threatening to ice over the entire Limbo Galaxy.

  • Mon*star breaks Poker-Face out of prison to officiate over his meteor race.

  • Quicksilver chases an escaped Hardware on a sabotaged Sprinthawk, unaware that his vehicle is rigged to explode. Second of a two-part episode.

  • Quicksilver goes undercover as a bandit to catch Hardware. First of a two-part episode.

  • Mon*star battles to get Melodia back as she's being transported to the Penal Planet by SilverHawks.

  • The Silverhawks race to prevent the Mob from launching a Mega-Missile aimed at Earth.

  • The Mob sets out to steal the Disintegrator, a weapon that makes inanimate objects fall apart.

  • Steelheart escorts a prisoner to the penal planet, but runs into Mon*star interference.

  • Eager to create his own spy, Mon*star orders his henchmen to kidnap Tally-Hawk so his circuits can be used in their new weapon.

  • The Silverhawks protect an alien ambassador from the Mob, which wants to prevent the signing of a peace treaty.

  • The Stargazers investigate a Mob machine that has the power to destroy every planet of Limbo Galaxy.

  • A bandit who bears an uncanny resemblance to Quicksilver attacks the bank of Limbo.

  • The Mob invites a boy with an impressive power - the ability to stop time - to join their rebellion.

  • The mob takes control of Limbo's artificial sun, and the Silverhawks prepare to launch a counterattack.

  • The Silverhawks must stop the Mon*Star group from using their terrifying Sky Chomper, a ship which eats other ships whole.

  • The Silverhawks explore Limbo and attack Mon*Star, forcing him back to his stronghold Brim*Star.

  • When intergalactic criminal Mon*star breaks out of prison and is transformed into an android monster, Earth sends biomechanical androids called Silverhawks to fight him and his army of android monsters in Limbo Galaxy.

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