90’s were the time when we used to grab the remote control as soon as we reached home from school to watch our favorite cartoon shows on Cartoon Network. We wouldn’t hesitate spending hours and hours watching the favorite cartoon series without even blinking our eyes. The only thing that could deviate our dedication to Cartoon Network was the scoldings from our parents.
Let’s revive the good old childhood days:
- Tiny Toon Adventures (1990-1995)
This cartoon show includes the famous Looney toons character and it was the first collaboration of Warner Bros. It was one of the most famous American animated comedy series.
2. Tale Spin (1990-1991)
Baloo the bear from the jungle book, King Louie and Shere Kahn sets up the business in the Cape Suzette. This series highlights the adventure of them along with actions, drama, and comedy.
3. Swat Kats (1993-1994)
Jake and Chance builds their own high-tech jet that they use to fight crime in the city keeping their identity a secret as a Swat Kats.
4. Batman (1992-1995)
The dark knight protects the Gotham city from crime and evil deeds sometimes with the help of his sidekicks Robin and Batgirl.
5. Spider-Man (1994-1998)
Superhero with spider-like ability saves New York city against the bad guys. How many times have we tried copying his trademark style!
6. Dexter’s Laboratory (1996-2003)
The cartoon that revolves around the adventure of a genius kid Dexter and his annoying sister DeeDee. This show added fuel to our existing rivalry between the brothers and sisters.
7. Hey Arnold!(1994-2004)
This cartoon shows the everyday life of Arnold who lives in the city that’s unnamed. He lives with his grandparents and goes to the multi-racial school. He is famously known as football head.
8. Johnny Bravo (1997-2004)
The cartoon that revolves around the story of the egoistic man who is very much proud of his face and physique but is complete dumb when it comes to intelligence. Who didn’t try to copy Johnny Bravo in his/her childhood?
9. Powerpuff Girls (1998-2005)
Three girls with superpowers Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup fights to protect the city called Townsville whenever the mayor of the city calls them up. They stay with their brainy scientist Professor Utonium. This show was indeed an inspiration for the girls in the 90s.
10. Rugrats (1990-2006)
This cartoon shows the everyday life of toddlers, Tommy, Chuckie, twins Phil and Lil and Angelica and challenges they have to face from their own perspective. The adults in the cartoon are unaware of what their toddlers are up to.
If you feel we missed any amazing show in this post, kindly let us know in the comments below.