With Mr. T entering his 3rd & final season on NBC, Ruby-Spears must've figured another celebrity-driven action cartoon could work out in weekday syndication. Regrettably, their noble idea didn't work.
Chuck Norris was a long ways away from Walker, Texas Ranger when he was approached by R-S to top-line a 5-part weekday miniseries, Chuck Norris Karate Kommandos, in 1986. Then, Norris was starring in movies like "Lone Wolf McQuade" (w/David Carradine), "Silent Rage", and the "Missing in Action" film series. Not exactly critical darlings, mind, but action marks paid beaucoup bucks to see Norris flip open a can o' whoopin' on some bad guys. As memory serves me, Karate Kommandos didn't get past the miniseries stage, but there was an equally short-lived comic book from Marvel that was drawn by industry legend Steve Ditko, despite the fact that fellow icons Gil Kane & Jack Kirby worked on the show and could've drawn the book!
I never got to see the miniseries, so I can't rate it. Here, then is the open & close, sans the R-S logo.