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    Various 90s Nickelodeon cartoons
    Sailor Moon
    Pokemon
    Digimon
    Powerpuff Girls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammacha View Post
    they thought spongebob was violent? O-o
    well I know a guy who think bambi is inappropriate for children


    omg i forgot bout beasties! i loved that show <3
    Beasties!? Isn't that what the Brits called Beast Wars because the "wars" in the title was too violent?

    (I wonder if they still call TMNT "Teenage Mutant HERO Turtles." Haw haw!)

    Okay, I'm done being a dick. For now. Here are some of my favorites, mostly from the '90s because that's when cartoons were best:

    Batman: The Animated Series
    Batman Beyond
    Superman
    Ducktales
    Talespin (bears4lyfe y'all)
    Gargoyles
    Ren and Stimpy (first season plz)
    Johnny Bravo
    The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
    Dexter's Laboratory
    Beast Wars (not Machines)
    Eek! the Cat
    The Tick (more of a cartoon for adults)

    I also liked Thundercats as a child, and was reasonably satisfied with the short-lived remake on Cartoon Network. I barely recall Mighty Orbots, but watched an episode on YouTube and was amazed by the animation. Finally, a show that looks as good as its introduction!

    I was a little old for Power Rangers, having satisfied my hunger for giant robots ten years before with Voltron. Having said that, I did genuinely enjoy Time Force, which was the best acted and written of the MMPR series. I tried watching the more recent Power Rangers: Samurai, but oh lord, what a mess! Makes the silly original look like Shakespeare.

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    - DEXTER´S LABORATORY
    - Ed, Edd n Eddy
    - Courage the Cowardly Dog
    - Powerpuff Girls
    - Fairy Odd Parents
    - Pokemon
    - Digimon
    - Dragon Ball Z
    - Ruruoni Kenshin
    - That freaking X-Men show of the 90s
    - Cow n Chicken
    - Johnny Bravo

    I know there are many more but I can´t remember.

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    Little Bear. I'm 21 years old, almost 22 years, and I still love the show with my full heart. It's pure, fun, creative, lovely characters, and overall a really wonderful show. I also from time to time used to watch the Franklin TV show, but now that they've got it in 3D animation I'm not as fond of it.

    I also enjoyed Rocko's Modern Life (in stark contrast to Little Bear, lol) Rugrats, Catdog, and Doug. I also loved the Clifford books, the show didn't come around till after I was older than reading the books.

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    - Trapdoor
    - Roobarb and Custard
    - Parsley and the Herbs
    - Huxley Pig (I can still remember the theme song for that one by heart!)
    - Old Bear
    - Johnny Bravo
    - Beavis and Butthead
    - Tom and Jerry (especially the Chuck Jones episodes)

    and many others, too many to remember!
    Looks like it 'n' all!

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    In my teen years I was all about the Cartoon Cartoons. Especially Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
    Watch me swooce right in.

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    My childhood viewing was a blur of Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Fox Kids, and Disney. Distinction is meaningless, there is only the bright colours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loafy View Post
    My childhood viewing was a blur of Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Fox Kids, and Disney. Distinction is meaningless, there is only the bright colours.
    Disney Channel was generally pretty good. My sis and I watched Lizzie McGuire and Even Stevens a lot, and I also really liked the Lilo & Stitch TV show, and normally I don't care for shows that were originally from a movie. But yeah, I liked the show a lot.

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    I forgot to put in The Real Ghostbusters. It pretty much kept to the movie pretty well and had even things that were funnier about it. I really was upset when they moved the focus to Slimer because "it's for kids" in the later episodes because really the Ghostbuster cast was just fine.

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    I feel like I'd be repeating pretty much what everyone here has already said, but hey, why not-
    -Rugrats
    -Hey Arnold
    -Tiny Toons
    -Are You Afraid of the Dark
    -The Adventures of Pete and Pete
    -Salute Your Shorts
    -Ahh Real Monsters
    -Clarissa Explains it All
    -Ducktales
    -Beetlejuice
    -Timon and Pumbaa (I think a lot of people forget they had a spinoff- haven't seen it since I was 12)
    -Batman TAS

    Anything made post-1999 I guess doesn't count as "childhood" haha.

 

 

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