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Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

  • Mega Babies on Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

    (#5) Mega Babies

    • Sonja Ball, Jaclyn Linetsky

    Mega Babies is one of the more recent series on this list - in the sense that it first aired in 1999. The show was produced as a joint Canadian/American series, and consisted of 52 episodes. It managed to run for two seasons, which is a rarity on this list.

    The series follows the adventures of three babies who battle monsters and aliens. The kid's names are Meg, Buck, and Derrick, and they are cared for by Nurse Lazlo as they fight their battles in Your City, USA. The babies have super strength, heightened IQs, and other superpowers, so it isn't about a group of normal babies battling enemies... which might have been a bit more interesting.

  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes on Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

    (#21) Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

    • John Astin, Christian Guzek, Kath Soucie

    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes was a strangely successful parody movie that came out in 1978. It wasn't the sort of film you would expect to launch a franchise, but it got a sequel, a toy line, and a Saturday morning cartoon

    The cartoon takes place five years after the so-called Great Tomato War, and features a world in which tomatoes are banned. Unfortunately, a mad scientist continues to experiment with the ornery fruit and even manages to turn a tomato into a human.

    The show was just as silly as the movies, which may have led to its downfall. Kids didn't get the joke, and the show didn't get more than 23 episodes before Fox canceled it.

  • New Kids on the Block on Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

    (#13) New Kids on the Block

    • Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre, Jordan Knight, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Danny Wood, Jonathan Knight, Scott Menville, Loren Lester, David Coburn

    These days, boy bands from Korea are considered to be some of the most popular groups around, but back in the 1980s and early '90s, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who didn't know who New Kids on the Block were. The band was so popular, a plethora of merchandise sprung up around them, which included an animated series simply called New Kids on the Block.

    The cartoon focuses on the group as they get into various antics alongside their real-world manager, Maurice Starr. Fifteen episodes aired before it was canceled just four months after it premiered on ABC.

  • King Arthur & the Knights of Justice on Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

    (#12) King Arthur & the Knights of Justice

    • Kathleen Barr, Jim Byrnes, Garry Chalk

    King Arthur and the Knights of Justice was created with the help of Avi Arad, the man who would go on to found Marvel Studios. The series was released in Canada and the United States back in 1992, but only ran for 13 episodes. 

    As the series' name suggests, it's about King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, except the original knights are trapped by the evil Queen Morgana in the Cave of Glass. Conveniently, Merlin is able to find some replacement heroes; less conveniently, they're a football team located way down the timestream in modern-day New York. No worries, though. Merlin transports them back in time and gives them some magical armor and summonable mounts. The New York Knights (yes, that is the name of their football team) are tasked with obtaining 12 keys of truth, with which they can free the original King Arthur and his gallant comrades.

    Unique for its time, King Arthur had a sequential story that maintained continuity as the knights obtained the various keys. Sadly, the Knights never got to complete their quest, and the final episode aired in December 1993.

  • Street Sharks on Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

    (#17) Street Sharks

    • Andrew Rannells, Matt Hill, Lee Tockar

    Just as in the 1980s, many cartoons of the '90s were basically half-hour commercials to get kids to buy toys. Street Sharks, a blatant Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle clone, was one such series. Created to promote a line of toys from Mattel, the show debuted in 1994. Two years later, it was retooled to become part of another series, Dino Vengers, and became Dino Vengers Featuring Street Sharks. It was canceled the following year.

    The show revolves around a group of four brothers who become human-shark hybrids after they're exposed to a machine called a "gene-slammer." They solve mysteries and their archnemesis is a scientist whose head transforms into a piranha when he's angry. Essentially, it's a series about monsters who were created to stop monsters - and every monster has their own marketable gimmick.

  • The Brothers Grunt on Random Cartoons From '90s You Completely Forgot Existed

    (#6) The Brothers Grunt

    • Doug Parker, Danny Antonucci, Julie Faye

    MTV had a lot of animated series airing on the network in the '90s, most of which were aimed at young adults, and some of which were pretty awful. The worst of the bunch was probably The Brothers Grunt, which premiered in 1994 and was canceled the following year. Only 12 episodes were ever made, and there aren't many people who remember this strange series.

    The show revolves around a group of rubbery, yellow-eyed humanoids named Frank, Tony, Bing, Dean, and Sammy. They only ever wear underpants, eat cheese as their favorite meal, and live in a monastery in the wilderness. Ostensibly, the show was about the Grunts searching for their lost brother, Perry.

    The show was met with negative reviews and has since been forgotten by most who suffered through watching it.

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How many of you remember the cartoons that you watched when you came home from school in the 1990s? The cartoon shows in the 1990s were the best, but now, which old cartoons do you remember? All the wonderful cartoon shows that accompany you to grow up have shaped you into a TV fan, some of which have long since ended and gradually disappeared in your memory.

The 90s is the best time that many adults want to go back. There are Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and Disney, and other channels that bring us the best childhood memories. The random tool lists 21 cartoons of the 1990s you may forget.

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