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EricaKane70

Favorite 90's cartoons

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

batman

spiderman

X-men

Gargoyles

rugrats

spongebob(or did this start in 2000-something?)

fox had the best cartoons in the 90's what the heck happened???

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Care Bears

Smoggies

Adventures of TinTin (I plan on getting the dvds of this!)

Nighthood

My Pet Monster

(Aka, Global's entire lineup as we didnt have cable. If you couldn't tell I was a canadian child before ... lol)

X-Men

Spider-Man

Bucky O'Hare And the Toad Wars (sad no one remembers this one)

Gargoyles

Batman: The Animated Series (which I own every episode of on DVD)

Sailor Moon (though not a cartoon, I was a fanatic)

honorable mention:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (only cause it was better in the 80s)

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Care Bears

Smoggies

Adventures of TinTin (I plan on getting the dvds of this!)

Nighthood

My Pet Monster

(Aka, Global's entire lineup as we didnt have cable. If you couldn't tell I was a canadian child before ... lol)

X-Men

Spider-Man

Bucky O'Hare And the Toad Wars (sad no one remembers this one)

Gargoyles

Batman: The Animated Series (which I own every episode of on DVD)

Sailor Moon (though not a cartoon, I was a fanatic)

honorable mention:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (only cause it was better in the 80s)

LOL Smoggies, Care Bears, Adventures of Tin Tin, Drew I never knew ...I loved those cartoons too, especially smoggies it was the best. I also loved Inspector Gadget with Penny and the Brain and that book Penny had that could do anything, so cool. Sailor Moon was pretty cool. I tried to get into the "other" sailor scouts that started to come in but I just couldn't.

I used to watch Sonic the Hedghog too(The original) that was awesome. Oh yeah and Rocko's Modern Life, Felix the Cat, goof troop, darkwing duck...

THIS WAS THE TIME CARTOONS USED TO BE ENJOYABLE!!!!!!!!

SMOGGIES

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ROCKO

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omg how did I forget Inspector Gadget, it was a daily thing.

And Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop ... CFPL's noon cartoon hour.

Animaniacs, Freakazoid, Sylvester & Tweetey Mysteries, Pinky & The Brain

BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES -- Paul Dini and the rest behind this show are the reason I love Batman so much.

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omg how did I forget Inspector Gadget, it was a daily thing.

And Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop ... CFPL's noon cartoon hour.

Animaniacs, Freakazoid, Sylvester & Tweetey Mysteries, Pinky & The Brain

BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES -- Paul Dini and the rest behind this show are the reason I love Batman so much.

harley6.jpg

batmananimatedseriesseasontwo4.jpg

batras.jpg

batmanro001.jpg

I hate the new batman on the cartoon network. I loved darkwing duck and goof troops.

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My experiences with cartoons are mostly from the 80's but I do remember some 90's cartoons.

One that sticks out is Captain Planet (as mentioned above) and Goof Troop.

Other than that, nothing truly sitcks out to me as a great.

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You mean the WB's The Batman? I dont find it good at all, no darkness. Batman needs to be dark. And I dont like the JLA things either. That was what was so great about the 1992 cartoon. They were dark, and didnt treat themselves like a cartoon. I still remember as a child being moved by that scene at the end of Feat of clay Pt 2, where Clayface is shown pictures of all the roles he had played as actor Matt Hagan before becoming a monster and he breaks down and then dies from the overload. Or that episode with the gangster, about to be brought down by Rupert Thorne's gang, and his salvation from his priest brother who he had caused to lose his leg as a child.

Such good [[email protected]#$%^&*] back then. I've not seen a cartoon go that deep since.

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