These were some grate shows not like some of the crap we have now.
I also liked Sailor Moon; it got me interested in the original Japanese series. The original Transformers will always ring true in my heart (regardless of what fanboys say about Michael Bay's movie) and He-Man...? Classic.
Oh, it's simple. The old school 'Looney Tunes', not the neutred ones that had all the violence removed. I understand why they cut out stuff like suicide scenes and racially insentive lines, but I had good enough parents who taught me not to act like Bugs in real life. It's so messed up now that to see an original, uncut cartoon, I have to look deep into youtube instead to clicking onto Nickelodeon or another channel like I did when I was a kid.
Also, I miss GI Joe, Alvin & the Chimpunks, the original Disney cartoons (Ducktales, Tale Spin, Gummi Bears, and Darwing Duck), and I know it wasn't a cartoon show, but it featured them, Steampipe Alley. Yeah, it was hosted by a pre-S&TC Mario Cantone, where even then you could tell what the def. of 'flaming' was by watching him. But that show ruled my sunday mornings.
Super Friends and the Legion of Doom Scooby-doo (No Scrappy-doo and have the weekly guest stars) Laff-A-Lympics (I always cheered for the Scooby Doobies to win) Original version of Transformers G.I. Joe (but cannot have constant and annoying parachute bail-outs everytime an aircraft is hit)
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Originally posted by dwatersSpider-Man and his Amazing Friends.
I think the current Spectacular Spider-Man show on Saturday mornings is the best animated adaption of Spider-Man ever. You should check it out, it's made by some of the same people who did another valid entry for this thread, Gargoyles!
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Mine's going to be by a league. In 1984 the Cubs won the eastern division of the NL and the Eastern Division had home field for the (then) 5 game playoffs. But the Cubs' Wrigley field did not then have lights, so all games had to be in the day.