As adults whenever we sit back and talk about our individual childhood experiences, we get to realize that we all almost had the same childhood growing up. We played the same games, watched the same TV programs, experienced the same parental behavior as can be seen on the list of 10 Things That Happens in Every Nigerian Home.
They were some cartoons back in the day that was a must-watch for every kid back then and if you didn’t watch any of these cartoons while growing up, you were either from a Deeper Life family who don’t allow television in their homes or had strict parents who never allowed you watch the TV at home or at your friend’s place.
11 Cartoons which define the ’90s kids
(1) Tom and Jerry
When two people quarrel often, they are tagged Tom and Jerry because of the rivalry between the titular characters of a cat named Tom and a mouse named Jerry in the American animated franchise.
(2) Lion King
Released in 1994, the Lion King tells the story of a cub, Simba, who forcefully left the Pride Lands after his wicked uncle, Scar, murdered his father, Mufasa. However, he returned to reclaim the throne.
The mystery that the characters in this animation always encounter is usually a ghost or a dinosaur. The first episode was released on September 13, 1969.
Cinderella is fondly remembered for the missing little glass shoe. This animated musical fantasy film tells a story of maltreatment and victorious reward.
(5) Johnny Bravo
Johnny Bravo is an egocentric character that loves pretty women. He feels all women love him because of his features – big hair, tight black pants, muscles and sunglasses.
(6) The Simpsons
The Simpsons are the longest-running animated sitcom in US history. It is a satirical depiction of the American family through a working-class father, Homer Simpson, and his dysfunctional family.
(7) Biker Mice From Mars
This science fiction action animated series features three humanlike mice who defended the Earth from evil – monsters, aliens, and robots.
(8) Power Rangers
Four creatures, Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa, and Po, with televisions in their stomachs, have fun in their magical world. In this television show for babies, the four colorful Teletubbies coo and play in idyllic Teletubbyland.
(10) Silver Hawks
Dating back to 1986, this space-based animated television series stars a bionic police officer called Commander Stargazer, who recruited the SilverHawks – “heroes who are “partly metal, partly real” – to defeat the evil Mon*Star.
(11) Pinky and the brain
This American animated television series features Brain, a character that usually plans to take over the world, and Pinky, a feeble-minded character that usually ends up ruining Brain’s plans.
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