Cartoons that don't show anymore.

11 Blood Elf Mage
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What are some cartoons you used to watch when you were a kid that don't show anymore and that you miss? For me:

1. Tiny Toons
2. Dexter's Lab
3. Rocko's Modern Life
4. Invader Zim- I was a teen when this aired but I liked it at the time.

How about you all?

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85 Worgen Warrior
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Idk if this is still on or not but ruggrats? I loved that show when I was really young. There were many cartoons that I watched as a kid that are no longer on but I forgot them all.
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85 Troll Hunter
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2 Stupid Dogs lol
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90 Human Paladin
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Dave the Barbarian was always one of my favorites.

Johnny Bravo, too. It's still on Boomerang and Cartoon Network, I believe.
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85 Orc Hunter
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This will show my age, but I like Bugs, Foghorn, Roadrunner, Daffy, and all of the old Warner Bros cartoons which used to be shown on Saturday mornings. Scooby Doo was another favorite. I also loved Ultraman, which was a live-action Japanese show featuring a superhero who could transform into a giant human to fight Godzilla-type monsters. Anyone remember that? This was l-o-n-g before Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network.
Edited by Dreka on 1/11/2012 10:08 AM PST
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28 Undead Mage
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Captain Caveman.
Laff-A-Lympics.
The Shmoo.
Kid's Superpower Hour.
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.
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Kimba the White Lion
Battle of the Planets (circa 1972)
Thundarr the Barbarian

Ariel! Ookla! We ride!
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85 Draenei Shaman
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01/11/2012 10:08 AMPosted by Dreka
This will show my age, but I like Bugs, Foghorn, Roadrunner, Daffy, and all of the old Warner Bros cartoons which used to be shown on Saturday mornings. Scooby Doo was another favorite. I also loved Ultraman, which was a live-action Japanese show featuring a superhero who could transform into a giant human to fight Godzilla-type monsters. Anyone remember that? This was l-o-n-g before Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network.


Ultraman and Johnny Sokko and His flying Robot..... Battle of the Planets was another of my favorites....G-FORCE!!!!
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90 Night Elf Druid
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Robotech was like my crack as a child. I remember it came on at the crack of dawn on some local station back then, and I would always get up early just to watch it before school. I was a sad little kid when the stopped showing it. I've thought about buying the box sets, but I honestly don't know how well it would hold up.
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90 Blood Elf Mage
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COURAGE THE COWARDLY DOG!!!!!! :D (i still watch it on youtube)
Edited by Zarissel on 1/12/2012 12:11 AM PST
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90 Gnome Rogue
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David the Gnome! It's probably responsible for my lifelong love of gnomes 8)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSG5ANAdIp4

Maya the Bee was another good one.
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85 Tauren Paladin
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David the Gnome! It's probably responsible for my lifelong love of gnomes 8)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSG5ANAdIp4

Maya the Bee was another good one.


god, i remember david the gnome.

hmm, let's see. other shows i watched that aren't on anymore:

darkwing duck
tale spin
gummy bears
chip and dales rescue rangers
johnny quest
denver the last dinosaur
MASK
mighty max

that's about all i can think of right now off the top of my head. ai'm sure i could name a lot more, but i'm a little sleep deprived atm, so not thinking too clearly ><
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Grim Adventures of B&M, best show ever.

"DESTROY US ALL, DESTROY US ALL, i'll have the chicken, DESTROY US ALL."
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85 Blood Elf Death Knight
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The cartoon series for Mario World (Mama Luigi!), Sonic, and Megaman.

My favorite Megaman episode was when he meets up with X and they kick butt together, with X being a million times cooler and stronger, of course.

Oh, I forgot about Ninja Turtles, with my favorite episodes being about the Alienesque pizza monsters and another about the mousers.
Edited by Terronega on 1/13/2012 10:11 AM PST
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90 Dwarf Warrior
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01/11/2012 05:35 PMPosted by Avellen
Robotech was like my crack as a child. I remember it came on at the crack of dawn on some local station back then, and I would always get up early just to watch it before school. I was a sad little kid when the stopped showing it. I've thought about buying the box sets, but I honestly don't know how well it would hold up.

Here's another vote for Robotech. I first caught it late on a Saturday in 1985 before it was moved to weekday afternoons, and was enthralled — especially by the "first" of Harmony Gold's three adapted series, the Macross saga. The maturity of the show's content left me spoiled; I found most cartoons ho-hum after that.

As for revisiting it: as an adult, you'll notice the repetition of music and animations, as well as some of the more youthful character interactions. But it's still pretty compelling.
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Dexter's Lab can be found, along with many others on Cartoon Network.

Have a great day

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