This will only excite about three dozen people, but those three dozen souls will be stricken mute with wonder and paralyzed by glee. Twenty-five years later, there is actually going to be a sequel to Mysterious Cities of Gold, the 39-episode cartoon that debuted in 1982 as a US-Franco-Japanese co-production. ...
Once again from DIC and Studio Pierrot—apparently it picks up right where the first season left off, 30 years ago, as Estaben, Zia, and Tao go off to Asia in search of more adventure …. and more destroyed lost tribes, to be sure.
The original, it seems, has played in the U.S. of A. from time to time, but not in a resoundingly enough way to make me aware of it. I asked a cartoon junkie who I know if he had heard of this epic, and he said "What? No way."
But on the off-chance that one of the three dozen people on the globe that will soon have heart spasms over the oncoming Mysterios Cities of Gold sequel, we publish the information about it here.