8 Cartoons From The 90′s We Watched As Kids

We love reminiscing on the past when we’re coming home from school just to watch the afternoon cartoons on TV. The ones at 3 or 4pm were always the best ones. We couldn’t get enough of it. Or the Sunday morning cartoons when we were even younger — it makes even waking up early on Sundays better than sleeping in.

Now that there’s a lot of streaming sites where you can get cartoons at any time kids want, the whole “waiting to watch tv after class” thing has died off. But no, us millenials from the 80′s and the 90′s will surely remember some of these great cartoons we all watched:

1. Pokemon

The ever so popular Japanese TV show was the second one to infiltrate the American market so huge. The first was digimon, but Pokemon continued way past its time and is still so popular now (and owned by Nintendo). Will Ash’s dreams ever come true of catching them all?

2. Xmen

The awesome tv show that came out from the comics — the tv show that started it all, before the “meh” movies. We doesn’t miss the original Beast and Gambit.

3. Scooby-Do

“Scooby Schooby do, where are you? We’ve got some work to do now!” The ever so classic mystery tv show is full of fun and hilarious “twists”.

4. The Powerpuff Girls

Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are the cutest trio to ever fight crime and mojo jojo! We can’t get enough of those cuties.

5. The Magic School Bus

Learning science has never been funner in Mrs. Karuso’s Magic School Bus!

6. The Fairly Oddparents

This one’s fairly new but its theme song never failed to be stuck in our heads.

7. Blue’s Clues

Here’s one for the younger kids (and maybe those a little older) — finding clues with Blue! We really wonder how much work it had to have been to talk to an imaginary dog all day.

8. Are you afraid of the dark?

When we were kids, we got shared sh!tless from these stories. Well, some of them were just really interesting.

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