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All the Cartoons I loved to watch on Saturday Mornings and after school Growing up
People who added this item 644 Average listal rating (432 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 8.1
Gargoyles (1994)
One thousand years ago, a clan of Gargoyles led by Goliath protected Castle Wyvern, but one day they were betrayed and most of them destroyed. Goliath and the other survivors were cursed into a stone sleep that would last until the castle rose above the clouds. In 1994, David Xanatos (a rich and powerful industrialist) buys the castle and moves it to the top of the tallest skyscraper in Manhattan. The gargoyles awaken and are befriended by NYC police Detective, Elisa Maza. Goliath vows to protect Manhattan from modern day barbarians.

The first season and half of the second season are now available on DVD. Low sales of the second season have delayed the release of the second half.

Gargoyles co-creator Greg Weisman is continuing the story in comic book form, picking up where the series finale left off. The first issue of the comic was released by Slave Labor Graphics in June, 2006, to be released bimonthly thereafter.
People who added this item 52 Average listal rating (37 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.6
Also known by its Japaneese title "Gotchman". Characters were all birdlike and had a large birdlike mothership. Was originally an adult Japanese cartoon, large violent chunks removed with a robot giving a summary instead.
People who added this item 629 Average listal rating (460 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 8
Transformers (1984)
The Autobots and Decepticons, during the great Cybertronian War, crash landed on earth. Millions of years later, geological activity revives the warring factions - the Decepticons want to strip the earth of its vast energy resources, and the Autobots seek to protect the inhabitants of earth from that fate. And so an endless battle begins...
People who added this item 778 Average listal rating (575 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.9
ThunderCats (1985)
The inhabitants of the planet Thundera evacuate just before it is destroyed. They were pursued by a band of mutants. All but one of their escape ships was destroyed. Only a small group of Thunderans (Thundercats) remained. With only half engine power, the group, which was led by Jaga, had to set a course for the nearest planet. Jaga commanded their ship while the other 7 were in their stasis tubes. Jaga died on their journey to Third Earth and their ship crashed there. Soon they made friends with various groups in the area and they designed a fortress. Mumm-Ra the centuries-old embodiment of evil, along with the mutants that destroyed the rest of the Thunderans are a constant threat. But Lion-O, the new leader of the Thundercats, with his weapon the Sword of Omens, leads the surviving Thunderans and their new friends on a never-ending crusade again Mumm-Ra and the evil mutants. The task is made more difficult by the fact that, at will, the undead Mumm-Ra can focus external energies and because Mumm-Ra, the Ever-Living, to terrorize and plague the ThunderCats. But they always manage to beat him back down, and Mumm-Ra reverts, weakened and slinking back to his Pyramid.
People who added this item 314 Average listal rating (218 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 8.5
The most successful of the "Dark Deco" animated series of the 1990's. This series features the adventures of the Dark Knight of Gotham City as he battles the evil that inhabits the city with occasional help of Robin and Batgirl in stories that faithful to the comics in spirit and tone.
People who added this item 1433 Average listal rating (1066 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 9
The very successful Batman the Animated Series debuted in 1992 and lasted 85 epiosdes. This cartoon had great character development, voice acting, animation and storylines. It really was the total package and the king of comic book cartoons. Truely one of the greatest cartoons ever.
People who added this item 373 Average listal rating (270 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 8.1
Branching out from their work in the Batman mythos, Bruce Timm and Paul Dini created this masterpiece, at once an extensive of their earlier work, and a unique creation in its own right. It is perhaps the greatest adaptation of the comics into dynamic medium, just as its predecessor, "Batman: TAS", was. Strong voice acting and intelligent scripting gave it vitality and depth.

Predicting the ecological end of his world, Jor-El, scientist of the advanced society of planet Krypton, pleads with the leaders of his people to begin evacuation of their home. But Jor-El is countered by the intelligent A.I., Braniac, who convinces the councilmen to ignore Jor-Els warnings. When Jor-El discovers that Braniac understands the truth, and will work only preserve the entire history and knowledge of Krypton (all that Braniac deems valuable), the machine mind has him arrested. Jor-El escapes back to his home, where he uses a last ditch eventuality to save his only son, Kal-El. Placing him in a deep-space rocket, he sends him to a distant planet on the edge of Krypton's star charts: Earth.

Here, the childless couple, Jon and Martha Kent, raise the boy as his own, amongst the majesty of middle North America. They instill in him the virtues and ideals of the American people: democracy, equality, justice and truth. When young Clark discovers his alien heritage grants him incredible abilities of strength, speed, vision, hearing and even flight, he knows he must leave the small world of the farm for the greater good of humanity.

Years later, Clark Kent surfaces in Metropolis, production and cultural pearl of the East Coast. There, he is introduced by Editor-in-Chief Perry White to the staff of the Daily Planet. Star reporter Lois Lane at first dismisses him as a country bumpkin overwhelmed by the city, but can't deny when Kent starts getting the scoops before her.

When Clark finally debuts as Superman, he immediately draws the ire of one man: Lex Luthor, the most powerful businessman in the city, and an egomaniac unwilling to share the spotlight. Along with the machinations of this corrupt mogul, Superman must face off against other threats to his adopted home, such as the demented Toyman, the vengeful Luminous, bewildering Mr. Mxyzsptlk (Mix-yesss-spit-lick), and the despotic Darkseid and his Apokalips minions. And there is always the returning threat of the foe who condemned his father and the people of Krypton, Braniac...

People who added this item 35 Average listal rating (21 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 8.4
Star Blazers (1979)
In the year 2199, life on Earth was threatened with extinction by the mysterious planet, Gamilon. In the middle of the twenty-first century, this mysterious stellar nation, from a planet far outside our solar system, declared war on Earth. They bombarded Earth with deadly planet bombs. The surface of the Earth became uninhabitable, as the deadly radioactivity cause by the bombs covered the world. People could only survive my moving to underground cities, miles below the surface of the Earth.

The people of the world united against a common enemy. But, one-by-one, Earth's defense fleets were wiped out. There was no defense against the bombing.

The Gamilons would accept nothing less than total surrender. But the Earth Defense Command refused to yield. And the Gamilons continued their siege.

In one year's time, all life on Earth would become extinct as the deadly radiation sank deeper into the Earth.

But one day, a spaceship crashed on Mars bearing a message from Queen Starsha, of planet Iscandar, 148,000 light years away. She offers CosmoDNA to Earth, a machine which can rid it of the deadly radioactivity.

So planet Iscandar must be reached. But, it is 148,000 light years away, in a time when man had never even ventured outside the limits of the Solar system. Is it possible to travel there and back, in just one Earth year?
People who added this item 155 Average listal rating (114 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 7.3
Space Ghost (1966)
People who added this item 314 Average listal rating (216 ratings) 5.5 IMDB Rating 6.8
She-Ra and her rebel friends must destoy the evil Hordack!! - This was the ongoing plot of the show. She-Ra was He-Man's twin sister. In many ways the show was a copy of the He-Man series, except that most of it's lead characters were female. Think of Hercules the Legendary Journeys and Xena: The Warrior Princess.

Most adventures took place on She-Ra's home planet, Etheria. On rare occasions, He-Man would visit from his home planet, Eternia. She-Ra's arch enemy was the evil Hordack, a powerful gangster / despot who usually plotted to take over the planet. Just as He-Man had a relationship with She-Ra, Hordak also had a relationship of sorts with Skeletor.

He-Man would visit She-Ra by way of a dimensional portal or transporter-like system. I don't remember the specifics of whether Eternia and Etheria were part of the same universe or occupied parallel universes.

Actually She-Ra wasn't He-Man's cousin. She was his sister, they were twins who were separated at birth. I just felt this correction should be added.

I agree with that, She-Ra was He-Man's sister. Also, Hordak used to be one of Skeletor's goons. He escaped from Eternia in a portal to Etheria kidnapping princess Adora. There she joined the rebels and wondering around, she found the "cristal palace" (dunno the name) where she was gibben the sword.

Actually, Skeletor was one of Hordak's goons on Eternia. The Evil Horde was trying to take over Eternia. They plotted to the twins, Adam and Adora, of the King and Queen, but only Hordak got away with baby Adora. He took her to Etheria, then the portal (which was located in Castle Greyskull) was closed. Hordak raised Adora as his, making her a captain of the Evil Horde, until He-Man went through the portal ,found his sister, and gave her the sword which transformed her into She-Ra. She then joined the Great Rebelion which was dedicated to eradicating the Evil Horde.

The name of the gaurdian in the Crystal Castle was Light Hope.

She-Ra also had more powers than He-Man. Her sword could change from Sword to rope to shield to ladder to grapple and line. She also had the power to heal as she did with Swift Wind.
People who added this item 7 Average listal rating (4 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.2
This was shown during the Marvel Action Universe Showcase which also played reruns of "Spiderman and His Amazing Friends" and new episodes of "Dinoriders".

Rambo was part of a team called The Force of Freedom which went on missions around the world battling against the evil organization S.A.V.A.G.E., led by General Warhawk.
Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures was a revival of the classic Terrytoons character Mighty Mouse. It was produced by the infamous maverick Ralph Bakshi (who got his start in the animation industry working at Terrytoons). Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures is considered by some to be a major truning point in the history of American animation. It was the first American animated TV series since the 1960s in which its staff was allowed to go wild. Many of its staff (including John Kricfalusi, Eddie Fitzgerald, Jim Smith, Bruce W. Timm, Jim Reardon, and others) went to work on hits including Ren & Stimpy, the Simpsons, Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, the Critic and Futurama. In the series, Mighty Mouse was given a "real" identity: Mike Mouse, who worked for the Pearl Pureheart. Mighty Mouse was also given a sidekick: Scrappy, a young orphan mouse who became good friends with Mighty Mouse. The series was packed with in-jokes and parodies and appearances by other Terrytoon characters including Gandy Goose and Sourpuss and Deputy Dawg.
People who added this item 82 Average listal rating (62 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 7.2
MASK (1985)
Basically... A group of Special Ops heros under the project named M.A.S.K. that all wear, you guessed it, masks. They ride in super hot tricked out vehicles (especially the red Camaro with the DeLorean doors that open up, enabling flight.) and saves the day from the evil organization called V.E.N.O.M.

M.A.S.K. - Mobile Armored Strike Kommand. Led by Matt Tracker, the men and women of M.A.S.K. were constantly battling the equally-equipped (i.e., tricked-out vehicles) organization V.E.N.O.M. - Viscious Evil Network Of Mayhem; led by non other than the dastardly General Mayhem.
People who added this item 92 Average listal rating (64 ratings) 5.4 IMDB Rating 6.9
The series focused on the green incarnation of the Hulk/Banner personality disorder. Based more on the Stan Lee comic book version than on the live-action tv version (starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno), and narrated by Stan Lee himself, this series lasted a very short time due to its extremly early viewing time (5-5:30am). The most visually interesting aspects was how Dr. Banner's clothes would return after his transformation in to the Hulk.

This is a look into the true original Hulk, long before todays version sold you on the idea that his arms are longer than his legs!!!
People who added this item 79 Average listal rating (64 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.5
Adam is the mild-mannered Prince of Eternia. Unbeknownst to many around him, when he holds aloft his magic sword and speaks the magic words, he and his pet Cringer are transformed into Battlecat and He-Man, the most powerful man in the universe! He leads a fearless group, sworn to protect the realm and secrets of Castle Greyskull. Along with Man-at-Arms, Teela, and the Sorceress, he defends against the evil onslaught of Skeletor and his army. While Skeletor’s magic sword was formed of the same mold as He-Man’s, it is the pure heart of the wielder which makes him the more powerful, something evildoers learned every weekday for three years! The show also spun off into a cartoon called She-Ra: Princess of Power, intended to draw little girls into the realm of Eternia, but didn’t do quite so well for obvious reasons.

Other heroes included Orko, Stratos, Mekaneck, Ram Man, Fisto, and Zodiak
Other Villains included Beast Man, Trap Jaw, Mer Man, Evil Lynn, and Hordak

He-Man actually had his beginnings in Hollywood. What was originally to be a Conan The Barbarian cartoon & toy line after the 1982 Arnold Schwarzenegger film was eventually deemed to be too violent and sexual for children back in the day, so it was re-packaged as He-Man in 1983.
People who added this item 314 Average listal rating (219 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 8
Based on the popular roleplaying game, a group of children are sucked into the world of Dungeons and Dragons, and given magical equipment by the gnomish Dungeon Master. With their new magical equipment and weapons, they help defend the world of Dungeons and Dragons from the evil Venger, all the while trying to find a portal back to the real world, so they can go home. In nearly every episode they are able to escape though at some cost which they turn down to stay together.
People who added this item 48 Average listal rating (37 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 8
Gaia the Spirit of the Earth summons five teenagers from all ends of the earth to help in the crusade to protect our planet. Kwame, from Africa held the power of earth, Wheeler from US held the power of fire, Linka from Eastern Europe held the power of Wind, Gi from Asia held the power of water, and from South America Ma-Ti held the power of heart. When the five powers combinded they summoned earth's greatest champion, Captain Planet.

Call it a mix of action and ecology, but the in the end, it was a major success. DIC production produced the first 3 seasons, then it was later turned over to Hanna Barbera.
The early-80's animated series "Thundarr, the Barbarian", with characters designed by comic king Jack Kirby, took place in an post-apocalyptic world. The opening narrative explains it all:
"The year 1994: From out of space comes a runaway planet, hurtling between the Earth and the Moon, unleashing cosmic destruction. Man's civilization is cast in ruin. Two thousand years later, Earth is reborn...A strange new world rises from the old: a world of savagery, super science, and sorcery. But one man bursts his bonds to fight for justice! With his companions Ookla the Mok and Princess Ariel, he pits his strength, his courage, and his fabulous Sunsword against the forces of evil. He is Thundarr, the Barbarian!"
G.I. Joe is the code name for America’s daring, highly trained special mission force. Its purpose: to defend human freedom against Cobra, a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world! And from 1983 to 1987, it entertained children six days a week with realistic animation (for the day), superior scripts that have stood the test of time, and its positive moral messages. The cartoon is most memorable for its superb vocal talent. From Flint to Cobra Commander, each and every voice stood apart and still echoes in the ears of its truly avid fans. Yo Joe!
original thirty-minute version of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo constitutes the fourth incarnation of the long-running Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoon Scooby-Doo. It premiered on September 22, 1979 and ran for one season on ABC as a half-hour program. A total of sixteen episodes were produced.

By 1979, the staff at Hanna-Barbera realized that the Scooby-Doo formula was getting worn out, which gave them reason to parody it in a 1979 prime time Scooby special, Scooby Goes Hollywood. In addition, ABC began threatening cancellation for the show, whose ratings were in decline.[1]. Therefore, for its 1979 - 1980 season, Scooby-Doo was given a major overhaul, adding the character of Scooby's nephew Scrappy-Doo, voiced by Lennie Weinrib, and changing the name of the show to Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo.

Unlike his large, clumsy, mush-mouthed, and cowardly uncle, Scrappy was small, sure-footed, articulate, and fearless; he would often attempt to take the task of capturing the ghost of the week into his own hands, forcing Shaggy and Scooby to try their best to save Scrappy from hurting himself. Although still present in these episodes, the characters of Fred, Daphne, and Velma became less and less essential to the plot of each episode.

Marla Frumpkin took over Pat Stevens' role as Velma's voice towards the end of the season, beginning with episode 1.12, "The Ghoul, the Bat, and the Ugly". Velma does not speak in episode 1.16, "The Ransom of Scooby Chief".
People who added this item 1636 Average listal rating (1213 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.9
Popular cartoon series featuring Scooby Doo, a dog who joins Velma, Daphne, Freddie, and Shaggy on many quests to solve mysterious. Each mystery is new and unusual and involves the group stopping someone from wreaking certain havoc on the world.The first incarnation of what has become a franchise-of-sorts. Scooby-Doo was a large, loveable but cowardly Great Dane who hung around four California high school students (Fred, Velma, Daphne and Shaggy). The four teen-agers were in constant search of mysteries and adventures, driving around in a bright green van known as the Mystery Machine. Many of the group's adventures involved villians who took on supernatural disguises (ghosts and monsters); the villians' activities usually involved blackmail, theft, fraud and other forms of corruption. At the first hint of trouble, Scooby-Doo (and usually, Shaggy as well) running for cover; they usually found themselves in even deeper trouble. It usually took the promise of a Scooby snack to get Scooby (and Shaggy) to come out of hiding. The mysteries were always solved by the end of each show (the villian proclaiming, "And I would have gotten away with it if it hadn't have been for you kids!

This ititeration of the Superfriends program contained full half-hour episodes which were among the darkest of the superheroes' careers. It featured only Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Robin, Aquaman, and the Wonder Twins. Their adventures took them into underground kingdoms of dwarves, mushroom worlds populated by tar creatures, transformed them into vampire bates, pitted them against the Superenemies of an alternate dimension's Hall of Evil, and even a planet Mr. Myxyzptlk has based on L. Frank Baum's land of Oz.
Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show is an American animated television series about a team of superheroes which ran from 1984 to 1985 on ABC. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera and is based on the Justice League and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics.

Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show was the first Super Friends series in a new format since 1979's The World's Greatest Super Friends. Continuing the previous three years' policy of producing short stories, this series' format was two stories per half hour, so all the separate stories were ten minutes long each.

Unlike previous series, this one was produced as a toyline tie-in (which was just becoming a very popular practice at the time). The toys were produced by Kenner. The general story as detailed in the mini-comics that accompanied the figures. The mini-series, published by DC themselves, was that the major heroes of Earth had teamed up to fight Darkseid and his villains. This series followed that storyline, and so was more in line with the very popular Challenge of the Super Friends series, which also featured actual super-villains from the comics as regular adversaries.

One of the most obvious tie-ins was the character of Brainiac, who had been given a radically different look for his toy (despite him appearing in his original form in the opening credits). His look on the show was similarly updated. Being produced to promote toys, there were a few departures from past Super Friends series in order for the series to appear more modern and have a higher profile in a more competitive television market.
"Banded together from remote galaxies are thirteen of the most sinister villians of all time, The Legion of Doom. Dedicated to a single objective, the conquest of the Universe! Only one group dares to challenge this intergalactic threat, The Super Friends! The Justice League of America versus The Legion of Doom! This is the Challenge of The Super Friends!"

This was the premise for the late 70s cartoon featuring the DC Universe's most well-known heroes (and some other characters thrown in for racial diversity). The show was not as camp as the Batman television series featuring Adam West, but it's hard to tell going by today's standards. The JLA fought the Legion of Doom, and nobody questioned anything. About anything. The shows rarely had complex plots, or plots at all, and if these kind of cartoons riveted you as child, you'd probably have a heart attack these days.
People who added this item 1004 Average listal rating (744 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8.4
In the Marvel Comics universe, mutants, people with genetically endowed superpowers, are a persecuted by a hateful and fearful populous. One shelter from this is Professor Xavier's Academy for Gifted Children. But the school has a secret function as a training centre for mutants to control their abilities so they can function in regular society. It also serves as a secret headquarters of a superhero team, called the X-Men formed both to be a positive example of mutants and as an opposing force against those mutants who seek to force the world to kneel to their perceived superiority. This series recounts their adventures as they struggle to make the world accept them, while battling villains like Magneto, Apocalypse and the genocidal robots known as the Sentinels.
Together as the Spiderfriends, Spiderman, Iceman and Firestar fight supervillians, while their alter-egos, Peter Parker, Bobby Drake and Angelica Jones attend college and live with Peter's Aunt May.

The 90s version of Spider-Man is the longest running Spider-Man cartoon at 65 episodes. This series really portrayed Peter Parker and what was in his mind. A lot of the show is Peter thinking to himself outloud, giving the audience a true feel of his emotions. The animation was superb, even mixing in some CGI effects. Spidey fought all the main villians from the comic books but one flaw of the show is that it never really had an ending. It was just followed by Spider-Man Unlimited in 1999.

People who added this item 31 Average listal rating (16 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 5.7
Spider-Woman (1979)
Spider-Woman fights crime in this Spider-Man spin-off. Spider-Man guest stars in two episodes.

People who added this item 124 Average listal rating (78 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.5
Robotech (1985)
In the year 1999 an alien spacecraft crash lands on Macross Island in the south pacific. The people of earth band together to rebuild the ship. They name it The Super Dimension Fortress: Macross (SDF-1) On the day the ship is to take its maden flight, an alien race known as the Zentradi appear. The SDF-1 unwittingly fires upon them and triggers a Zentradi attack. During the attack the ship tries to fold, but something goes wrong and the ship is transported, along with Macross city, the island, and part of the surrounding ocean, out to the orbit of Pluto. The crew of the SDF-1 must now fight their way back to Earth, with the 70,000 citizens of Macross city who have taken refuge in the giant ship
From days of long ago comes a legend, the legend of Voltron, defender of the universe.

Evil forces threaten to take over the universe, and Voltron is needed once more. Five space explorers set out to find and recover the legendary Voltron (and succeed within the first couple of episodes). After that, it was a weekly event for King Zarkon to send a horrible Robeast (robotic monster, so it was okay to cut it up on 80's television, like the robotic footsoldiers on Ninja Turtles) to try and take over, while the five main characters jump into their incredible giant robotic lions, then merge them together to form Voltron.

There are actually three incarnations of Voltron but this version (Go-Lion) is considered the most recognizable and most popular
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People who added this item 100 Average listal rating (64 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.8
Weird Science (1994)
88 episodes of this USA network show were made. Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly create their dream woman, Lisa, on their computer. Lisa had extraordinary powers and could grant the boys their wishes for short periods of time.
People who added this item 396 Average listal rating (292 ratings) 5.1 IMDB Rating 5.5
Walker, a martial artist, and his partner Trivette are Texas Rangers. They make it their business to battle crime in Dallas and all around the State of Texas.
People who added this item 169 Average listal rating (114 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 7.2
The Flash (1990)
In a freak accident, police scientist Barry Allen is struck by lightning and doused in chemicals. Barry discovers that this accident has made him the fastest man alive, able to move at nearly the speed of sound. With the help of STAR Labs scientist Tina McGee, he learns to control his powers...but when his older brother Jay (a motorcycle cop) is killed in the line of duty, Barry asks Tina o make him a special costume that can withstand the rigors of hyperspeed travel. He sets forth to clean up the streets of Central City as The Flash.
People who added this item 421 Average listal rating (299 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 6.5
Step by Step (1991)
People who added this item 417 Average listal rating (311 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.4
Sliders (1995)
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Baywatch (1989)
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Mama's Family (1983)
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Highlander (1992)
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Dinosaurs (1991)
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Charmed (1998)
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