Popular Cartoons from the 90s

14 Cartoons From the 90s That Defined Our Childhood

July 9th, 2017
Back in the ‘90s, cartoons not only entertained us, but educated us as well. Pick any cartoon from the 90s, and there is hardly any denying that it will give today's best cartoon a run for its money. Turning the clock back, we take you back to your childhood, with 14 cartoons that defined our childhood.

1. Aladdin

His adventures kept us all engrossed for hours. The funny Genie, the cribbing parrot Lago and the naughty monkey Abu, Ali's entourage was one crazy bunch.
Aladdin Disney Cartoon show

2. DuckTales

Scrooge McDuck or better known as Uncle Scrooge was one of the most iconic cartoon characters of the ‘90s. And yes, Louie, Huey and Dewey always kicked Beagle Boys' ass. Duck Tales Disney Cartoon

3. The Jetsons

Well, the Jetsons was a cartoon series way ahead of the ‘90s – it was a cartoon set in the future. The mobile phones, skyscrapers and unmanned drones, the Jetsons knew that it all would happen, one day.

The Jetsons Cartoon

4. The Flintstones

Who thought that a working-class Stone Age man's life could be this entertaining? Well, it was, and quite a lot at that. Yabba dabba do! The Flintstones Cartoon

5. Tom And Jerry

Well, this cartoon was synonymous to ‘90s childhood.

Tom and Jerry Cartoon

6. Dexter's Laboratory

Ah! The genius lad, his bully sister Dee Dee and the unbelievably massive underground laboratory, Dexter was every kid's favourite back in the ‘90s. Dexter's Laboratory Cartoon

7. Popeye

This cartoon changed our perception about spinach. Thank you, Popeye!

Popeye the Sailor Man Show Cartoon

8. Johnny Bravo

Beefcake body, pompadour hairstyle and an Elvis-like voice, Johnny Bravo actually taught us how “not to” hit on women. Johnny Bravo Cartoon

9. Scooby Doo

The talking brown Great Dane with his caretakers solved alien mysteries in the funniest ways possible.

Scooby Dooby Doo

10. The Powerpuff Girls

The result of a chemical accident, these super girls came to life and rocked cartoon network for the longest time. Despite being a bit girly, the cartoon had a massive male following as well.

The Powerpuff Girls Cartoon Show

11. Richie Rich

The adventures of this rich boy and his dog Dollar were just as entertaining, as they were educating.

Richie Rich Cartoon Show

12. Mickey Mouse

One of Walt Disney's more than iconic creations, Mickey Mouse was the undisputed king of India cartoons.

Mickey Mouse Disney Cartoon Show

13. Jungle Book (Mowgli)

Jungle Book or better known as Mowgli was a cartoon that almost every 90s child grew up watching. And yes, the “jungle jungle baat chali hai” intro song is still embedded in our brains. The Jungle Book Cartoon Show

14.  The Looney Toons

The entire Looney Toon brigade was simply, looney! From Sylvester and Tweety to the Coyote and Road runner, every each character was epic in its own right. The Looney Toons Cartoon Show