3.11.2007

The Tick and a Few Friends from the Past

Cartoons are not what they used to be. Where are the classic cartoons that were actually creative and funny? They are certainly not available on Saturday mornings anymore. (How do shows like Brats actually pass as good cartoons anyway?) Fortunately, many great cartoons from the past are now available on DVD. (I'm sure that they are available on some cable station, but we still don't have cable or the Dish.)

Anyway, I'd like to know what cartoons some of you enjoy. So, use the comment section to list a few of your favorites.
Here are a few of my favorites (in no particular order):

































10 comments:

Eric M. Ashley said...

Oh, yeah...I almost forgot:

*The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
*Batman

Morgan said...

I love watching old cartoons. I don't normally watch any new cartoons... i liked Tom&Jerry and Scooby Doo haha

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Daniel said...

Let's see ...

1990's Batman: The Animated Series
Darkwing Duck


Of the ones you showed, I remember really liking Duck Tales and Rescue Rangers.

Mask (not the green guy) ... anyone remember that?

As far as current cartoons, I have to suggest the current Ninja Turtles series. It's going through what I think is an inferior season right now, but the first 3 seasons were pretty awesome. I hate to be contentious, but it's SO much better than the old school Turtles. I didn't know it was legal to put that many bad jokes and puns in a TV program. (Yes, I have seen a handful of episodes.) Check out those first three seasons.

jon said...

Johnny Bravo all the way.

Amy said...

My favorite cartoons were the Smurfs, Animaniacs, and Chip and Dale, but to be honest I mostly enjoyed Punky Brewster and Disney movies.

Eric M. Ashley said...

If Alora were to answer this question, she'd probably say:

*Curious George
*Winnie the Pooh

And if she could name movies, she'd say:

*Finding Nemo
*Monsters, Inc
*Little Einstein's

Eric M. Ashley said...

I can't believe that I forgot to mention Garfield and Friends. Classic.

Bethany said...

I liked Jonny Bravo, Arthur, Hestaria, some Looney Tunes, Recess, and a lot more that I really can't think of. But I use to love cartoons until they got really stupid. Their all Japanese-like anymore(no offense to the Japanese). But I do miss the good ole days of getting up on Saturday mornings just to watch the cartoons. Ahh, good times.