TONEWHEELZ’ TOP CARTOONS FOR ’80s BABIES
Looney Tunes (1930-1969)
Perhaps the greatest cartoons ever made. Every 80s baby knows these!
I hated spinach as a kid, so I pretended pickles endowed me with the same superpowers.
Tom & Jerry (1940-1967)
The original Itchy & Scratchy.
The Flinstones (1960-1966)
Having a Yabadabadoo Time.
Essentially the Flinstones of the future. I always wondered why Judy had white hair; any relation to Steve Martin?
The Pink Panther Show (1969-1976)
Definitely one of my favorites. The Pink Panther’s trolling of the little white Chicken McNugget shaped man is legendary. The show also included The Inspector as well as The Ant & The Aardvark.
Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969-1978)
Zoinks! I like to think of Shaggy & Scooby as the hippy version of Timmy & Lassie.
Super Friends (1973-1986)
Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman all in one show. Need I say more?
The Smurfs (1981-1989)
This show had me searching the garden for hours looking for tiny blue people.
The Mysterious Cities of Gold (1982-1983)
Kind of an obscure show, but the flying golden eagle always stuck with me.
He-Man and the Masters of The Universe (1983-1985)
As a child, He-Man was the epitome of masculinity. As an adult, not so much.
The Littles (1983-1985)
Little people with tails.
Inspector Gadget (1983-1986)
Inspector Gadget was essentially Maxwell Smart as Robocop.
Alvin and the Chipmunks (1983-1990)
Anthropomorphic Chipmunks in a touring rock band? Hell yes.
Turbo Teen (1984)
A teenager who, through a scientific tragedy, is able to turn into a car. You can’t make this stuff up.
Challenge of The GoBots (1984-1985)
The red headed stepchildren of transforming robots.
Voltron: Defender of The Universe (1984-1985)
Power rangers for grown ups.
Heathcliff & The Cadillac Cats (1984-1987)
Mischievous orange cat named Heathcliff. Also featured Riff-Raff & The Cadillac Cats.
Perhaps the best marketing for toys ever.
I’m still scratching my head over this one. So they breathe through a tube on their head?
Muppet Babies (1984-1991)
With the Muppet Show no longer in production, we had very little choice, didn’t we?
Featured a Chevy Camaro that could fly.
Paw Paws (1985-1986)
Cute little bears that featured a Native American Voltron totem Pole thingy.
Nightmares of Mumm-Ra still haunt me.
Dennis The Menace (1986-1988)
Yet another comic strip made into an animated series.
The Real Ghostbusters (1986-1991)
Ghostbusters as an animated series with Slimer? Sign me up.
David The Gnome (1987-1996)
Peaceful little Travelocity gnome with forest adventures.
Denver The Last Dinosaur (1988-1990)
Not only is he the last dinosaur, he is also Jimi Hendrix reincarnated.
The Legend of Zelda (1989)
Well, excuuuuuuuuse me, princess!
Maya the Bee (1990-1992)
Oblivious happy go lucky Bee syndicated in the U.S. on Nickelodeon.
LITTLEWING’S TOP CARTOONS FOR ’90s BABIES
The Care Bears (1982-1988)
I had a poster of The Care Bears on my wall
The Racoons (1985–1992)
The animation of this show was awesome, and I totally love racoons they’re so cute but scare the crap out of me.
Beatle Juice (1989-1991)
I remember this show freaking me out as a kid.
Who doesn’t love elephants?
The Adventures of Tintin (1991-1992)
Listen to the epic theme song here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fg59bnFKAI
Darkwing Duck (1991-1992)
LETS GET DANGEROUS!
I never understood why he had a comb over and only a few strands of hair.
Tonewheelz wants to be cool like Ruperts dad and smoke a pipe.
Only one of the best shows ever!
The Legend of White Fang (1992 – 1994)
Part woof and husky… Tonewheelz makes fun of my Canadian accent.
The Big Comfy Couch (1992 – 2006)
With Loonette and Molly – a clown and her dolly on the big comfy couch. Okay okay Tonewheelz pointed out to me that this isn’t a cartoon. Sorry I don’t care. lol I love it to much to delete it.
Goof Troops (1992-1993)
The theme song reminds me of Peter Gabriel’s song Sledge Hammer o.O http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM82hiAptCU
Batman: The Animated series (1992-1998)
The Magic School Bus (1994–1998)
Educational, I still remember when they went in the sick kids body riding through his veins.
Pinky And The Brain (1995–1998)
The Little Lulu Show(1995-1999)
Sailor moon (1995–2000)
Totally wanted be like her when I grew up.
Mighty Ducks (1996-1997)
I think that show brain washed me to like hockey as a young Canadian girl.
Hey Arnold! (1996–2004)
Seriously a football head in what universe?
The animation of this show is still awesome. When I have kids they will grow up watching this.
My kids will also watch this!
Her arms look like noodles with those foam hands you get at the baseball games.
Who didn’t love recess growing up? Of course I’m going to love a show called recess.
I think he might be Dougs cousin and baldness runs in the family
The Wild Thornberrys (1998-2004)
Okay Donnie! LMFAO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMHTbnEtZs8
Berenstain Bears (2002-2005)
I had every one of the books!