These Classic Cartoons Used To Be My Favorite, Were They Yours Too?

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There were some great classic cartoons from back when I was a kid, and they used to be very funny i.e. unlike the more recent and boring ones, kids these days are forced to go through. So, prepare yourself because these terrific picks will take you on a trip down the memory lane.

1. Courage The Cowardly Dog

The Horror-Comedy series featured Courage, a pink anthropomorphic dog who lived with an elderly couple. The trio would go through a series of bizarre adventures involving supernatural creatures in each episode. The show had a funny twist to it while being very horrifying. I could not sleep after watching the episode in which the ghost-like feature continuously commands, “Return the slab or suffer my curse.”

Courage The Cowardly Dog
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2. The Scooby-Doo Show

In this one Scooby and the gang use their brains, as well as other investigative instincts, to solve mysteries. Each character has their own gimmick but still they worked well together to go down as the finest investigative team in animation history.

Scooby Doo
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3. Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry was one of the greatest classics of all time. The show consisted of a series of fights between natural enemies Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse. The plot focused around Tom’s clever and creative methods of capturing Jerry, as well as the mayhem that occurred when he failed to do so.

Tom and Jerry
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4. Popeye the Sailor Man

Everyone has heard of Popeye, the sailor who gains strength by eating spinach. It appeared in a newspaper comic strip before the makers decided to come out with an animated series. So, Popeye was already been a household name when the series debuted.

Popeye The Sailor Man
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5. Pokemon

The series shows Ash Ketchum who begins his adventure as a Pokemon trainer at the age of ten. He later goes onto to become a pokemon master.

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6. Spongebob Squarepants

The show follows a talking sponge who lives in an underwater pineapple, works at a fast-food restaurant, and attends a boating school. The show lives to this day in the form of memes and gifs, but most importantly, in our hearts.

Spongebob and Patrick Friends
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7. The Power Puff Girls

Sugar, spice, and everything nice! The show revolves around Bubbles, Buttercup, and Blossom i.e. three young girls who possess super powers and who are often called by the city’s mayor fight against the evil forces.

Power Puff Girls
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8. Dragon Ball Z

If you want some action-packed madness, Dragon Ball Z is the show to watch. There isn’t a single regret in my mind when I recall the Saturday mornings I spent watching Goku and his squad of fighters who went on numerous adventures to defend the universe from evildoers.

Dragon Ball Z
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9. Naruto

Naruto Uzumaki is a young ninja who wants attention and aspires to become the village’s leader and the greatest ninja. The show teaches you to never give up on your dreams and to take the world head on.

Naruto Uzumaki
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10. Dexter’s Laboratory

Now this is the cartoon that made science exciting and fun! Dexter’s laboratory debuted on Cartoon Network in 1995. The show is about a young prodigy who is constantly performing experiments in his hidden laboratory.

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How many of these classic cartoons did you watch as a child? Let us know in the comments