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Oldies Favs: Speed Racer, Marine Boy, Star Blazers, Johnny Quest(original show only)
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Top Cat for the win! Only because I don't think the deeply disturbing Ren and Stimpy is old enough to be a 'Classic'

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Cant believe i forgot to mention this one...


That show was epic, i remember my brother rented that for me and i loved it to death.

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Old School:
Tom and Jerry
Roobarb and Custard
Dungeons and Dragons
Defenders of the Earth

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Ben 10
Finneas and Ferb
Clone Wars
Pinky and the Brain
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The Road Runner was probably my most favorite as a very very young guy. But I loved Angry Beavers, Rocko's Modern Life, and the old Ren and Stimpy.

Ah...The memories.
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post #36 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-10-08, 11:38 PM
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he man
the raccoons
duck tails
gummi bears
she ra
battle of the planets
joe 90
captain scarlet
cities of gold
scooby doo
wacky races
pinky and the brain
muppet babies

i own alot of these on dvd.....

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Hong Kong Fooy, Bat Fink ("My wings are like a shield of steel!") Danger Mouse, Top Cat, the original transformers.
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i was born in 92 and i loved transformers (the original), the real ghostbusters, mask, pokemon (i can't believe i used to love it sooooo much) and he-man
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I miss the good old days of Looney Tunes, prior to their gradual censorship for being a bunch of racist barn yard animals. Not that I was around for any of that, of course, but the point remains... "Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips" is funny, even if you're Japanese. And who can honestly say they don't like Foghorn Leghorn? Mr. Leghorn is no longer allowed on Cartoon Network because he's apparently demeaning to black people (I still don't quite get where they're coming from on that one, because he's a rooster and the dog is a dog...).

I wasn't allowed to watch cartoons as a child, which is probably why I'm as messed up as I am. I got to watch Sesame Street. And that was about it. Now, there's nothing wrong with Bert and Ernie (except the nagging question of who the catcher is), or with Snuffulufigus (Does Big Bird do drugs, or is he just insane?), but Sesame Street never quite grabbed me as a child the way it does now, when I can appreciate the horrible, horrible things they put on there.

As currently running cartoons go, I can't really say I'm that into any of them. At least, the ones that are allowed on the tube before 10 PM. Anything that can be found on Adult Swim, however, I love to bits. Except some of the anime they put on...whatever happened to good stuff like Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo? I mean, I've got the entire series of Cowboy Bebop on DVD, so I can't really complain, but still.

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