Cartoons in the 80s. 15 Amazing Forgotten Cartoons From The ‘80s

The 10 Best '80s Cartoons That Will Make You Nostalgic For Childhood

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That is why the tie-in cartoon series became a huge success. Well fleshed out characters, interactions, conflict and social re-acquaintance. Disney fast-tracked the show for daily syndication, which led to its overwhelming popularity. While Stan Lee never did write another theme song, fans can still listen to his not so awesome lyrics on YouTube. Like many other cartoons of the time G. Resembling a post-nuclear nightmare of mutating humans, primordial subterranean monsters and body horror trauma worthy of The Thing, Inhumanoids was visually impressive but hugely traumatizing for its young audience.

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​12 Cartoons From The 1980s No One Will Ever Have Nostalgia For

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Toxic Avenger Cartoon based on the movie of the same name. Or Bumblebear that was part bear and part bumblebee. Voltron 1984 — 1985 Much like Robotech, Voltron was an American cartoon adapted from another Japanese anime, and introduced many a Western child to the style. Another of the Inhumanoids also rises from the depths of the Earth in a sequence that resembles the apocalyptic coming of Cthulhu. Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem. So, the sexually-frustrated teen genius builds himself what is essentially a robot sex slave. They consistently created new stories, and each one had a good message at the end, telling kids things that will help them in life.

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The List (if it's an 80's cartoon, its listed here!)

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Each teen was the child of one of the main four Defenders. DuckTales 1987-1990 This show deals with the adventures of Scrooge McDuck and his grand-nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, who are on a quest for treasures and adventure of all kinds. With the Ghost Busters name already being used for the unrelated cartoon, enter. It has spawned six other series since the first, and many animated and live-action films. Like Rhinokey, who was a prankster monkey with a rhino horn.

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Horrifying 1980s Cartoons

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Police Academy Based off of the movies of the same name, and centering on a group of iconic police cadets and their wacky miss-adventures, typically involving the humiliation of their high strung instructor. The Smurfs It pains me to put them this high on the top 10 list, as I loathe them. Galtar and the Golden Lance Big blonde muslebound hero with his magical lance which wasn't actually a lance, but a two bladed sword that broke in the middle to make two normal swords , his female friend with a magical armband, and her little brother with a big boomerang that broke into little pieces against the bad guy that wanted the power of the golden lance for himself. The only trouble was that there were so many to watch! Imagine if Indiana Jones and Thomas Magnum were turned into chipmunks and decided to set up a Detective agency in New York. These human teens will become the Secret Scouts and are given special rings and jackets with really puffy collars. Can they resurrect the mighty robot? He had it all, from rocket skates to that car with an easy chair in the back seat. Talk of a movie adaptation was inevitable.

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80's Cartoon Central

cartoons in the 80s

His chief rival was Skelator, who he regularly trounced in battle. The evidence is bloody undeniable! Battle of the Planets surely is the best cartoon series ever made. For many, it was the first introduction to anime. Played out quite similar to the original Super Friends cartoon. Link was portrayed as a whiny, sassy kid, instead of the hero he should have been. Saber Rider Another futuristic wild west sherrif type cartoon, except this one featured most of the crew piloting space ships, while only one actually rode a mechanical horse, and carried a calvary saber.

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80's Cartoons

cartoons in the 80s

A young girl named Wisp is brought to a gray, desolate land with the mission to bring colour to the fictional world, by locating the Sphere of Light. It is an A ++ in my book and 1. The first series ran from 1984 to '87 and -- along with the first movie -- established the franchise as a juggernaut of kids media. Hopefully everyone will find a few cartoons they agree with. Series generally focused on caring, living in harmony with nature, and solving problems with whit and intelligence instead of brute force.

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