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Your Ten Fave. Childhood Cartoons

I can only think of five...

1- X-men TAS ( I still watch it to this day )
2- Spiderman TAS
3- Spiderman and his amazing friends
4- Tom and Jerry
5- Scooby Do
 
I don't ever remember Dino Riders being a cartoon... only a toy line. And this would've been in the mid to late 80s, and I don't remember the DR toys becoming popular until the late 80s to early 90s.

Edit: I guess I was wrong about DR being a cartoon, but this wasn't what I was thinking of. It was somewhat similar in its structure to Voltron and the live-action Power Rangers series that came later, but had dinosaurs and humans in it.

I don't remember the cartoon either, but I did have the toys.
 
Welcome to the boards Godiva Goddess! :yay:
 
i forget to add:
the jetsons
capitan pleant
Gi Joe
Go-Bots
transfomers
casper
mighty mouse
pOPEYE
woody wood pecker
two stupid dogs
Johnny bravo
rugrats
 
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since this post was started and I remembered some of these i been looking for them on dvd non stop lol. i actually just joined a muppet forum. they started a topic in 2004 wanting muppet babies on dvd, they are saying now maybe 2009...super excited like this rivals dark knight coming out this year.

Can someone help me with this one. It seems sometimes when I watched Garfield (might've been heathcliff) the 2nd segment would be a different cartoon. it was on the farm and the main thing I remember is there was a egg that only had legs and arms, the rest of covered by the egg. also it seems a pig was the main part of the cartoon. many thanks if anyone remmebers
 
In alphabetical order:

- Batman: The Animated Series
- Batman Beyond
- Big Guy & Rusty the Boy Robot
- Cybersix
- Gargoyles
- Hey Arnold
- ReBoot
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles
- Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?
- X-Men: The Animated Series
 
1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
2. Batman TAS
3. Sonic the Heghog / the new adventures of Sonic
4. Garfield and Friends
5. Captain Planet
6. Spider-man TAS
7. X-men TAS
8. Bugs Bunny
9. Were in the World is Carmen San Diego?
10. Scooby Doo were are you?
 
I'm shocked at the lack of ReBoot.
 
Almost forgot about this dude.

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Epic.

The only time I got to watch it was whenever I was home sick as a kid. So I wasn't sure if the show had a proper ending or not. Well I found the ending on youtube. What a sad ****in' ending. :waa:
 
Oh David the Gnome!
aww, he turned into a tree
so sad
 
I know this has been posted already but it is my all time fav #1
for all of you who missed out on this show the first time around in the 80's
check it out on Youtube
it's still great
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Okay guys, here's my ten:

G.I. JOE - It was the first of the Hasbro cartoons in the Sunbow/Marvel era, and the lead cartoon of the Hasbro Holy Trinity.

TRANSFORMERS - The next cartoon to join its big brother in the Hasbro Triad. Gotta love those Robots in Disguise!

JEM - The little sister of the two other cartoons. A direct spin-off of Super Sunday, it became one of the most popular standalone shows of the Hasbro Triad, and one of the first cartoon soap operas of the 80's (Next to Robotech, of course!). Plus, you gotta love that Kimber Benton so much, you wanna do her!

ROBOTECH - I consider Robotech the first long-form soap opera based in outer space, from its heavy space battles and multiple storyarcs, to the ongoing romance between Rick Fokker, Lynn Minmay, and others, This was a series worth waiting for me.

BATTLE OF THE PLANETS/SCIENCE NINJA TEAM GATCHAMAN - I used to watch this bad boy in 1979 (when it came on WNEW (now WNYW, FOX-5) and 1984 (on WPIX-11), and I used to have a crush on Princess back then. Plus, it was the first show to predate Voltron and Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers with its five-person lineup.

VOLTRON - One the few robot shows that were on the air in the 80's, the Lion Team was the best, and the first one to have an actual princess as one of the Voltron Force pilots in the show!

THUNDERCATS/SILVERHAWKS - These two shows were Rankin-Bass' first entries into the action cartoon game, and one of the many shows to use some of the same actors from each other's shows (Rankin-Bass later produced the similarly-themed Tigersharks series, which dealt with humanoid fish, just like TC with humanoid cats and SH with cyborg birds). Plus somebody had to have had a crush on Cheetara and/or Steelheart at one time (Mine was with Melodia, even though she was a banshee with that damn keytar of hers)!

THE DC ANIMATED UNIVERSE - Credit Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Andrea Romano, Kevin Conroy and others with helping to bring back the DC heroes from the campiness that was Superfriends with a style that was all their own. From Batman: The Animated Series to Justice League Unlimited, this was the gold standard.

HANNA BARBERA'S SUPERHERO UNIVERSE - Hats off to Joseph Barbera, William Hanna, Alex Toth and others, for creating many of the great crimefighters and adventurers who were part of Hanna-Barbera's World of Super Adventure back in the late 1960's. From Space Ghost to Birdman and beyond, there was a quirkiness to those guys that I liked.

JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS - Before Jem, Kidd Video and the Misfits, there were Josie and the Pussycats! these feline-themed beauties had the most sexually-suggestive outfits for their time in the cartoon spotlight, and they were musicians! Plus, I was a Valerie fan, and they had a live action movie for God's sake!

That's my list, deal with it!
 
I also used to like 'The Wuzzles'. :ninja:
 
Here's a question for the experts: what was the name of that cartoon with this guy, a super-hero, whose pet had a dog house for a head (!) and could get anything from it.. can't remember the name of it but I sure watched that one as a kid
Hahahaha Rogue is just messing with Aeghast. i hated that show immensely, but with only 3 channels to watch what could i do.:woot: It was called
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Mighty Man and yukk.
Every time i tell people about that show they want to have me institutionalize.

Now This on the other was what Saturday morning dreams were made of
"Go Mighty Orbots Attacking the tower of darkness with one mighty force"
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I'm shocked at the lack of ReBoot.

Wow, I've forgotten about that show. I don't remember watching it too muchI may have gooten one of the toys at some point though.
 
In alphabetical order:

- Batman: The Animated Series
- Batman Beyond
- Big Guy & Rusty the Boy Robot
- Cybersix
- Gargoyles
- Hey Arnold
- ReBoot
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles
- Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?
- X-Men: The Animated Series

Oh hell yes! Gargoyles ruled! Half the cast of Start Trek : TNG did voice acting on that show. Also the immortal Ed Asner.

Add in Tasmania & Animaniacs (Pinky & the Brain were awesome).

The Tick
 
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10the simpsons
9 muppet babies
8 looney tunes
7 animaniacs
6 doug
5 teenage mutant ninja turtles
4 duck tales
3 the ghostbusters
2 xmen
1 batman
 
Now, some stuff I started watching when I was 20+ :hehe:

Cowboy Bebop

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Evangelion

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JEM - The little sister of the two other cartoons. A direct spin-off of Super Sunday, it became one of the most popular standalone shows of the Hasbro Triad, and one of the first cartoon soap operas of the 80's (Next to Robotech, of course!). Plus, you gotta love that Kimber Benton so much, you wanna do her!
My younger sister loved this show and the Ruby Spears Superman series. It was a Saturday morning ritual with her.
 
My eldest younger sister and I are only two years apart in age (as I think I mentioned earlier), so we consequently spent a lot of time watching cartoons together, meaning that I ended up watching shows that you wouldn't typically find a guy watching... like Jem and She-Ra. I remember enjoying both, although, looking back, I think I enjoyed She-Ra more, if only because of its connections to He-Man.
 
I used to watch

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Those two all the time when I was sick,

I enjoyed them, but now that I look back wow lol
 
In no particular order except for 1

1)Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The rest

ThunderCats
Voltron
He-Man and the Master of the Universe
Spider-Man
X-Men
Batman TAS
Gargoyles
Tiny Toons
Superfriends.
 
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1. TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

2. THE REAL GHOSTBUSTERS

3. THE NEW ARCHIES

4. TRANSFORMERS GEN. 1

5. HE-MAN & THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

6. DUCKTALES

7. TOXIC CRUSADERS

8. MY PET MONSTER

9. PINK PANTHER AND SONS

10. MY PET MONSTER

11. JEM

12. INHUMANOIDS

13. BOBBY'S WORLD

14. FANTASTIC MAX

15. HELLO KITTY'S FURRYTALE THEATRE

16. CAMP CANDY

17. M.A.S.K

18. CAPTAIN N THE GAME MASTER

19. POLE POSITION

20. SATURDAY MORNING SUPERCADE

21. VOLTRON

22. DINO SAUCERS

23. CHALLENGE OF THE GO-BOTS

24. ALF & ALF TALES

25. FILMATION'S GHOSTBUSTERS

26. GARFILED AND FRIENDS

27. RUDE DOG & THE DWEEBS

28. CBS STORYBREAK

29. THE NEW ADVENTURES OF MIGHTY MOUSE

30. CADILLACS & DINOSAURS

31. FONZIE AND FRIENDS

32. PUNKY BREWSTER

33. RUBIKS CUBE

34. ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS

35. POUND PUPPIES

36. POPEYE AND SON

37. GI.JOE

Yeah, I know the thread said top 10, but I grew up during the golden age of saturday morning, so I couldn't just list 10.
 
1. digimon
2. dragon ball/dragonball z
3. x-men TAS
4. Batman TAS
5. thundercats
6. monster rancher
7. gargoyles
8. justice league
9. samurai jack
10. dexters lab
 

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