Notable Appearances in Other Media
- A Cartoon Network promotional bumper features Thundarr, Fred Flintstone, and Chicken (of Cow and Chicken fame) supposedly commuting to "work" at Cartoon Network, and trying to find a parking spot in Fred's foot-powered car. Another features Thundarr and company with their voices dubbed over by toddlers speaking gibberish. Still another, from the Screwey, Ain't It? series, features Ookla the Mok repeatedly bashing a giant squid.
- Thundarr appears in the Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law episode "The Dabba Don" voiced by Doug Preis. He was shown with brown hair and as a goon even though he was not a Hanna-Barbera character like the others.
- In the episode "Good Duck Hunting" of Duck Dodgers, Duck Dodgers proudly displays a Thundarr the Barbarian poster featuring Thundarr, Ookla and Ariel in his ship.
- A filk band is named Ookla the Mok.
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