Every 90s kid underwent the whole “Hurry up and finish your work, ____ is going to start!” To make you feel nostalgic, we have listed the very popular cartoons from the 90s that will always be loved. A childhood without cartoons is like, well, a quite boring one. We all have had that phase where most of our time was spent watching cartoons or waiting for them to air.
Get Ready To Go Back In Time With These Top 15 Cartoons From The 90s To Binge-Watch!
1. Tom and Jerry
This cartoon was all about a series of fights and chaos between two rivals: Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse, and the mayhem that ensues.
2. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
This series followed Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy, Goofy, and Pluto as they took on many adventures with the help of the tools.
3. Baby Looney Tunes
The show follows the younger baby version of Bugs Bunny and his roommate Daffy living with their other friends like Lola Bunny, Tina Russo, Porky Pig, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd, Sylvester, Tweety, Granny, Gossamer, Yosemite Sam, Speedy Gonzales, Marvin the Martian, Pete Puma, and more.
4. SpongeBob Squarepants
This show lives on even to this day in the form of countless memes, GIFs, and references. I mean, a talking sea sponge who works at a fast-food restaurant? We ate this up as if it were Krabby patties.
5. Courage The Cowardly Dog
This was every kid’s first brush with horror and supernatural incidents. It followed Courage, a pink-colored anthropomorphic dog who lived with an elderly couple.
6. The PowerPuff Girls
I think our generation got its first taste of feminism via this amazing series. Blossom, Buttercup, and Bubbles were so badass as little girls, fighting Mojo Jojo and saving the city. We were convinced that we could do the same.
7. Johnny Bravo
Let’s admit it. Johnny Bravo walked, so Barney Stinson could run. This show was packed with adult humor as it followed this muscular young man as he tried, and often failed, to get girls to date him.
Scooby-Doo was every kid’s go-to show. The mystery van, the gang of friends, the solving of murder crimes, everything about this show was so fascinating to us kids.
9. Popeye The Sailor Man
Everyone loves this sailor who eats spinach and instantly becomes stronger. He was initially introduced in a comic strip, which was then introduced as a cartoon series.
This series starts after Ash turns 10 and begins his journey as a Pokemon trainer with the dream of becoming a Pokemon master. But being overslept, he rushes to Professor Oak to realize that the only Pokemon left for him to have is a Pikachu. This was and still is the best show ever.
This series actually started because the manufacturers of the Beyblade toys wanted to improve sales. This hit series still airs, and everyone has played their own version in a makeshift stadium, using a kitchen utensil.
12. Dragon Ball Z
This series starts 5 years after the end of the Dragon Ball anime. With the arrival of a humanoid, Raditz, and the chaos that follows, we loved watching this show for the graphics.
13. Mr Bean
I think our generation got our humor because of the funny antics of this grown man, Mr. Bean, who failed to complete the simplest tasks at the first go, but eventually found a way to go about it.
14. Ed, Edd n Eddy
This series was the simplest one of all. It followed three silly and mischievous boys goofing around their neighborhood. It also featured the wooden plank, which is undoubtedly the most famous non-living character in cartoons.
15. Dexter’s Laboratory
I think every kid wanted a secret basement laboratory like Dexter’s. However, we could do without a sister like DeeDee, who was a pain to deal with. Could you blame Dexter for always being annoyed with her?
As 90s kids, the most we could do while growing up was watch whatever came on TV. And these programs and cartoons never disappointed us. These were amazing, unlike the ones that kids these days are made to watch.
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