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What cartoons did you grow up on?; more about you series
Topic Started: Jan 30 2013, 06:46 AM (3,762 Views)
FreoGuy
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Two that have been on my mind lately are Ed edd en eddy, and sonic X, They were my two favourite :) When i was a kid.
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No64DD
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Great thread!

My first memories were PAC-MAN (82-84) It ran for several years on the USA Network alongside GO-BOTS.

Tom & Jerry was a classic, but not a fan of the trippy revamp from the 60's...

Ren & Stimpy was timeles and deserves to still be around. Although people behind the scenes now work on Spongebob Squarepants, a show about a cat and a dog is more relatable than a premise about the recipe for an underwater sandwich!!!

Since i'm still a kid at heart, NICKELODEON's TMNT is the best thing goin! Canonically, they are finally getting the story right after 20+ years- even though it's a modern take.

Oh yeah!! New episode this morning! :phear:
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Well lately I was in the watch-every-cartoon-intro-on-youtube mood and Gosh that was so Awesome.

The first cartoon which I remember watching was Conan the Barbarian, followed up by lots of 80/90s cartoons like Transformers/JI Joe/Gobots (or somthing), TMNT,Alfred J Quack, and around every series which where the Protectors of Guardian of the universes :D

After that period I was addicted to the 90s series. T-rex, Dino-riders, pokemon, Arthur and the knights of the round table, beast wars, COPS (the dude from "Its Crime fighting time 8) ") The Mask, Samurai Pizza Cats, M.A.S.K (or was this 80s?) Thundercats, Spacecats, Denver the Dinosaur and how could I forget Super Mario Super Show.

I can go on for hours!

Then came Cartoon Network (the old one) and my social life was over..

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i grew up on

hey Arnold
gadget boy
the snorks
Doug
pepper Ann
animanics
pinky and the brain

mainly cartoons from 1996-2001
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Care Bears
The Super Mario Bros. Cartoons
He-Man
Gummy Bears
Garfield & Friends
TMNT

A lot of those old cartoons are now on Hulu or Youtube, and I have been having an absolute BLAST watching them all over again with my son. He's going to be so confused when he gets into Kindergarten and wonder why none of his friends know who the hell Tenderheart Bear is.
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Duck tales
Mighty ducks
The raccoons
Care Bears
Inspector gadget
Dark wing duck
Just a simple guy with an average collection.
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does anyone remember the tv show dinosaurs i wasn't born then but some people would like it, but anyone else watch Loony Tunes pretty old stuff i remember watching cheesz tv watching the first pokemon episodes
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hmmm..lately I have been getting into Pokemon,but due to my schedule I have only watched half of the first season.Its a really awesome show,and i even found out that(when my brother critisised me for liking it) that my oldest brother really liked it too and watched it alot when we weren't around.Hmm..what else? Alot of the cartoons that i grew up on are still a soft spot in my heart.
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Postman Pat and Fireman Sam the retro ones when I was younger. Awesome, they don't make them like that anymore. Also watched other stuff as I got a bit older that had already been mentioned e.g. Hey Arnold etc. I still love South Park, absolutely awesome stuff.

Pokemon was good back in the day. I haven't watched it since I have fond memories of it. Not sure what to expect if I were to watch a random episode today. I remember I loved it though and getting Pokemon Stadium for my birthday was just like oooosh big box Pokemon to the N64 BOOM what a jump up from the Gameboy Color (I hate the spelling I'm English). :n64:
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The Legend of Prince Valiant
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All of the above pretty much.
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for me it was

TMNT
Biker Mice From Mars
Cartoon Cartoons
Animaniacs
X-Men and Spider-Man



:bowser: kids nowadays have no respect for good cartoons!
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Some do. My 8 year old loves TMNT, He-Man, She-Ra, even Freakazoid. I think I'm raising her right. :yeah:
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, He-Man, Count Duckula,, Rugrats, Simpsons
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Beyblade, Initial D, futurama
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veteran of the psychic wars
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Spongebob
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Futurama was my favourite as a teenager and I've always loved South Park. When I was younger it was TMNT, Biker Mice From Mars and Sonic.
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Ed edd n Eddy, Kids Next Door, SpongeBob, Fairly odd parents, and a bunch more
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Captain Planet!
Like holy :pottymouth: , an entertaining kids show trying to encourage kids to recycle and stuff!
It sure had an effect on me!


I don't actually remember the show. But I think there was something called Widget? Maybe very late 80's, early 90s. I think he was an alien or some thing...

Here some.

Where's Wally
Rocko's Modern Life (LOVE how vulgar this show was! 😂)
Thomas the TANK! (who doesn't love trains?)
Tin-Tin (probably more because of Teeside Tin Tin)
The Trap Door!
Feral TV (you didn't get it if you weren't Australian and you miss out!!!)
https://youtu.be/w2irkSCZJvM

OK, that's enough for now.

Except for this:

https://youtu.be/RM4VhmoUHFQ

Too many shows and nostalgia!
It's more than I can take!
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Too many to list lol. I'll just mention the ones that had the biggest impact on me.

Rugrats
Rocket Power
Spongebob
Dexter's Lab
Johnny Bravo
Powerpuff Girls
Courage the Cowardly Dog
Looney Tunes
Tom and Jerry
Dragonball Z
Sailor Moon
Outlaw Star
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Nice to see the topic get revived. Was one of my favorite "More About You" topics.


I probably said it before, but old cartoons IMO are way better than current cartoons. Some of the stuff meant for kids now is mindless and makes ZERO sense :lol:
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I know I would be pretty picky about what shows any kids I might have in the future would watch.

And so parents should be.

I catch bits and pieces of "current" shows and do actually rate some of them, but not all that many.

It's the same with games as old shows like this.
If you get to simultaneously enjoy old classics AND your kid/s actually get something out of it...
That must be an awesome feeling 👍😊😊
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Arthur, Pokemon, Digimon, Yogiyo, I didn't have cable so anything on the basic channels.
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Tom and Jerry
The Flintstones
Looney Toons
Ren and Stimpy
Johnny Bravo
Ed, Edd, and Eddy
Pokemon
Ahhhhh Real Monsters
Dragon Ball Z
Gundam Wing
Dexter's Lab

and many more.
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Another one was Tom and Jerry
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Mar 14 2015, 07:46 PM
Initial D :wub:
yeaaah boy always good to see another initial d fan ^_^

annnnyways I grew up on a lot of Cartoons

Care Bears, One Piece (Yes the atrocious 4kids dub :-8 ) Pokemon, Spongebob, Arthur. the list goes on

though I didn't have cable growing up so home video releases were usually what I stuck with minus what came on good ol' PBS kids (and when some anime dubs would play on saturday morning) :whistle: ~ <3
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Mar 18 2018, 12:15 AM
One Piece (Yes the atrocious 4kids dub :-8 )
I am so so sorry for you lol

And I completely forgot about Arthur - that was huge for me, but I donít remember too many of the episodes. One of the main ones that stands out to me though was when the gang tried to make their own James Bond movie because they were too young to get in the theater.
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Mar 18 2018, 02:04 PM
I am so so sorry for you lol
you tend to enjoy it as a kid I have all of the episodes Totally Legit!! for nostalgia

I also used to watch the subtitled battles with my dad buut he doesn't watch anime anymore sadly :(

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