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Famous Cartoons From 90’s

Cartoons have been around for ages but there was something about 90’s cartoons that hit the spot. In many ways, it was the golden age of cartoons with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman, Animaniacs, and many more. However, with all the great cartoons at the time, many went unnoticed and forgotten. Here is a selection of Famous cartoons from the ’90s. Add your favorite one below of the list if we had missed it.

#1 David the Gnome

David the Gnome Famous Cartoons From 90’s

David the Gnome: Who actually remembers this? Originally airing in the US in 1987, David the Gnome was heavily syndicated in the ’90s especially on Nick Jr. If a 90’s kids watched this, they were likely a toddler and wouldn’t remember it anyway.

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      #2 Widget the World Watcher

      Widget the World Watcher

      Widget the World Watcher: What better way to teach kids about Earth’s environment and conservation than through a purple alien? That was the idea anyway when Widget aired in 1990. It had a good run but didn’t really inspire kids like the other environmentalist alien, Captain Planet.

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          #3 Biker Mice from Mars

          Biker Mice from Mars

          Biker Mice from Mars: Airing in 1993, and executive produced by Stan Lee, Biker Mice from Mars is about, you guessed it, mice that escape their war-torn planet, come to Earth, and help to fight off the very evil that destroyed their own planet. So, basically Transformers but with mice.

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              #4 Toad Patrol

              Toad Patrol: If an American 90’s kid says they remember this, then probably they’re lying. That because Toad Patrol originally aired in Canada in the ’90s.

              Toad Patrol: If an American 90’s kid says they remember this, then probably they’re lying. That because Toad Patrol originally aired in Canada in the ’90s. It featured a group of Toadlets fighting against evil snakes and other woodland creatures. Despite its original appeal to little kids, it found a greater following with young adults for its deeper themes. It later showed up on Toon Disney in the early 2000s.

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                  #5 Dog City

                  Dog City

                  Airing in 1992, Dog City is about a canine private eye that goes toe-to-toe with the local mobster. Sticking with Jim Henson’s style, it mixed puppetry and cartoons into one episode. It’s likely no one really remembers this one.

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                      #6 Bucky O’Hare and the Toad Wars

                      Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars

                      Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars: If you haven’t noticed the trend yet, the formula for a kids' cartoon includes humanoid animals, spaceships, and an evil dark lord. With Bucky O’Hare and the Toad Wars, it’s no different and probably why it was quickly forgotten.

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                          #7 Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys

                          Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys

                          Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys was about a NASA test monkey found by aliens that think he’s Earth’s dominant species. They proceed to give him intelligence and weapons to fight an evil space lord. Does anyone really remember this show?

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                              #8 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

                              Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

                              Attack of the Killer Tomatoes was a cartoon based on the cheesy movie from the 1970s, though most 90’s kids wouldn’t know that. Quickly canceled after one season, Fox Kids continued to air the old episodes for reasons that are beyond anyone’s understanding.

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                                  #9 Mummies Alive!

                                  Mummies, Alive

                                  Based loosely on Egyptian mythology, Mummies, Alive! is about a 12-year old boy awakening four ancient mummies from the dead. Together they’re tasked with fighting an evil sorcerer mummy. You know, normal kid stuff.

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                                      #10 King Arthur and the Knights of Justice

                                      King Arthur and the Knights of Justice, Released in 1992, King Arthur and the Knights of Justice aired very early in the morning.

                                      King Arthur and the Knights of Justice, Released in 1992, King Arthur and the Knights of Justice aired very early in the morning. So, 90’s kids that got up super early before school probably saw this at one point. It was about a football team that teleported in time as King Arthur and his Knights. Out of all the Arthurian legend adaptations, this has to be one of the most ridiculous.

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