90s cartoons (that you no longer remembered)

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There is no doubt that the 90s marked a whole generation of children and young people who enjoyed great animation titles from Nickelodeon or cartoon Network, among others. There we had Rugrats: Adventures in Diapers, Hey Arnold!, Rocket Power, Animaniacs, Batman and Superman: The Animated Series, Dexter’s lab, The Powerpuff Girls and many, many more. However, we assure you that there are also several cartoons from the 90s that you no longer remember.

Here is the list of the 10 cartoons from the 90s that you no longer remembered: from The curmudgeon beavers (1997) to Ghostbusters: The Next Generation (1997).

Grumpy Beavers / The Angry Beavers (1997)

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Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

This unique cartoon, broadcast in Mexico by Channel 5, aired for the first time in the US in 1997 and ended broadcasts in 2001. Created by Mitch Schauer, the story revolves around two authentic beaver brothers, Daggett and Norbert, fans of horror movies from the 60s and 70s and jalapenos. Together with his friend Stump, a gifted piece of tree and other animals, they try to survive the difficult task of being single and not sink their home in the river.

KaBlam! (nineteen ninety six)

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Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

This anthological animation and comedy series, broadcast in Mexico by Channel 11, turned out to be a rather peculiar experiment for Nickelodeon. Why? because the cartoon emulated the format of a television variety show hosted by two hyperactive teenagers named Henry and June, who presented funny series -many of them with stop motion animation style- like Action League (a parody of the League of Justice, but with plastic dolls), Sniz and Fondue, Prometeus and Bob, Angela Anaconda, The Life of Loopy, The Eccentrics, Jetcat, Black Wolf and The Louie and Louie Show. Kablam! It was something like meta-television, that is, television within television.

Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

Gargoyles, Gothic Heroes / Gargoyles (1994)

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Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

Although it may not seem like it, Gárgolas, broadcast in Mexico by Channel 5, was a Disney production conceived to address a more mature audience. The story is carried out by a clan of gargoyles, who during the year 994 AD, protected Wyvern Castle and its human residents on the coast of Scotland until they are victims of a betrayal that causes a massacre of their clan and forces them to protect themselves and fall into a magical spell that turns them to stone for thousands of years.

Years later, billionaire David Xanatos buys the castle and moves it entirely to the top of his skyscraper in Manhattan which breaks the spell and brings the gargoyles back to life. Waking up in a modern city, the gargoyles must adapt to this new world, while vowing to protect the citizens of New York City. Without a doubt, a cartoon with a complex narrative, quite dark and with a fascinating character design.

Mummies here / Mummies Alive! (1997)

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This cartoon, broadcast in Mexico by Channel 5, was created and produced by Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters) in 1997. The adventures of this show began in ancient Egypt, where an evil sorcerer named Scarab murders Prince Ramses in order to become immortal, as punishment, is locked in a tomb from which he manages to escape many centuries later. Thousands of years later, a San Francisco boy named Presley Carnovan turns out to be the reincarnation of Ramses, and upon detecting his presence, the evil Scarab returns from the dead to complete his task. Fortunately, a group of guardians (mummies) consisting of Nefertina, Ja-Kal, Armon and Rath appear to protect the boy from the evil intentions of the sorcerer. Unfortunately this production was not successful and it barely conceived 42 episodes.

Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

Recess / Recess (1997)

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Created by Paul Germain and Joe Ansolabehere, broadcast in Mexico by Channel 7, it was a Disney production that centered its argument in the courtyard of a school where a group of elementary school children had the main objective of going out to recess and enjoying it to the fullest. However, the series had a very peculiar background, as the gang led by Spinelli taught us several lessons that ranged from inclusion, the power of peaceful protests, the value of friendship and above all broke the stereotype of various characters such as Ashley’s.

Rocko’s Modern Life / Rocko’s Modern Life (1992)

Created by Joe Murray, it was about a small wallaby named Rocko, who emigrates from Australia to the United States to settle in a city called O-Town with his dog Spunky and his gluttonous friend Heffer. Although a very funny and endearing series, throughout its 52 episodes, Rocko showed us how difficult it is to adapt to a new life to enter that stage called adulthood. Last year, Rocko returned with new adventures through a Netflix movie called Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling.

Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

The Adventures of Timon and Pumbaa / Timon & Pumbaa (1995)

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The Adventures of Timon and Pumbaa was a Disney spin-off derived from The Lion King (1994). The cartoon already gave prominence to Timón (a male meerkat) and Pumbaa (a wild boar), who in each episode exuded joy and carefreeness, but always learning little lessons about life to the rhythm of “Hakuna matata”.

Aaahh !!! Real monsters / Aaahh !!! Real Monsters (1994)

Created by Gábor Csupó (creator of Rugrats) and Peter Gaffney, this television series full of comedy, horror and black humor introduced us to a group of young monsters (Ickis, Oblina, and Krumm), who attend a training school, under a city dump, to learn how to scare humans. Undoubtedly, a series that broke schemes for that grotesque style, not so common in cartoons, but that did not bear fruit like the cartoon starring Tommy Pickles.

Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

The cow and the chick / Cow and Chicken (1997)

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In 1995, an American animation project called What a Cartoon! served as the starting point for Cartoon Network to launch a series of titles. Some like Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, Courage, the Cowardly Dog and The Cow and the Chick. The latter rather surreal that narrated the adventures of two brothers: a cow and a chicken, whose parents do not have a torso, but do have a pair of legs each. The cartoon was even more eccentric thanks to Rojo, the antagonist who always tormented the brothers and who also enjoyed walking around showing his butt. Characters such as Jaimico and Soy La Weadreja also emerged from this cartoon.

Ghostbusters: The Next Generation / Extreme Ghostbusters (1997)

Created by Jeff Kline and Richard Raynis. Ghostbusters: The Next Generation It was kind of an animated sequel to the events seen in the original Ivan Reitman movie. The argument warned us that the original team had gone out of business for lack of supernatural activity. However, the fire station was still guarded by Dr. Egon Spengler, who in order to continue his investigations on ghosts decides to instruct a group of young people. They become the new generation of Ghostbusters. On this same line of cartoons based on films, it would also be worth mentioning in this space Men in Black: the Animated Series (1997-2001).

Caricatures from the 90s that you no longer remembered.

The entry Caricatures of the 90s (that you no longer remembered) was first published in Cinema PREMIERE.

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