Fern Gully. I still have no real issue with this one even though its considered pretty bad by today's standards. I thought it was cute and i loved that old lady fairy. (i forgot her name but she was the mentor of the main character.)
I believe her name's Magie. Not sure if I spelled it right, but I know it's said "MA-jee" Short A sound. I was never fond of Fern Gully myself though. It just creeped me out.
Also, I watched a lot of cartoons as a kid. I still watch Scooby Doo, in fact. I love his classic cartoons to bits. I have a lot of them on DVD. <3 As for others:
- Powerpuff Girls
- Courage the Cowardly Dog
- Tom and Jerry
- Justice League
- Captain Planet
There are probably more I'm forgetting too. xP
As for films, mainly Disney. The one that pretty much defined my childhood, though, is Disney Sing-Along Songs: Disneyland Fun, though it isn't entirely a cartoon. I still watch it every now and then on YouTube and I've memorized the lyrics to nearly every song. The best ones have to be these:
Pinky and the Brain
Tom and Jerry
Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
Courage the Cowardly Dog Thundercats
The Angry Beavers
Rocko's Modern Life
Ren and Stimpy
Mironi Kenshu (I know I spelled that completely wrong)
Dragon Ball Z, until the Frieza saga ended.
I saw alot of people post the simpson's on here, I'm not really sure if I would call that a childhood show... I guess unless you only watched it when you were a child.
I saw that someone else put pinky and the brain on here. I'm not sure how I forgot to put that in here, but I loved this show as well.
5 current favorite bands/ musical artists
(NOT in any particular order)
...and that's it!
"You gotta understand, I killed you because I can!"
Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life, Hey Arnold, Doug and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters were all awesome. I only ever got to watch them for week-long periods about once year, but when I did I watched them a buttload.
Rocko's Modern Life
Tom & Jerry
I loved the first season of pokemon, however like a lot of the shows I mentioned I didn't really get much of a chance to watch it. But I have to say that it was the pokemon TV show that sparked my curiosity for the games.
Let's see...these shows came out when I was older but I still enjoyed watching them.
Totally Spies (Which, when I watch it now seems very silly but I took it more seriously when I was like 9 or 10)
Teen Titans (I have to say that this is the cartoon I remember most. I was around 11 or 12 when it came out and it was my favorite for a very long time. Almost an obsession)
I would also say Avatar: The Last Airbender, but seeing as the series only just ended in 2008 and I was way past being a child by then, I don't really count it. Besides, I still like watching it and it still airs regularly on its' original channel, whereas the rest of the shows on my list have either been moved to another channel (like Boomerang) or are only ever aired once in a while (like Danny Phantom, which used to be all over the place but is being seen less and less nowadays).
And I'm not even going into my childhood movies in this list. If I did it would probably be twice as long.
Well, as for my childhood, let's say between the age of 1 and 13, I watched a lot of Nick Junior, Nickelodeon (and Nick at Night! Gilligan's Island, I Love Lucy, Andy Griffith Show, and Brady Bunch, although not cartoons, were favorites), and later on when we had acquired it on our service, the Cartoon Network. On Nick Junior, I remember watching some show involving the Muppets as babies, Beatleguise, Tin Tin (they're making a movie of it too), Blues Clues, Franklin, Little Bear, and maybe a few others. I was also fond of Sesame Street and Mr. Roger's Neighborhood. On Nickelodeon, I watched the Rugrats, Angry Beavers, Real Monsters, Doug (it was on a Disney channel at one point too I think), and several others. On Cartoon Network, by this point I was watching mostly anime since the peak of Pokemon's popularity, and also Dragonball, Dragonball Z, some of Yu Yu Hakusho, and maybe a few others. Then came Adult Swim, and by this point I was already in my pre-teen years. When I was eleven or twelve years old, for example, I first saw Cowboy Bebop. Because it was on Adult Swim, I kept it a secret from other family members, secretly watching it at night, as I thought Adult Swim might get me in trouble for mention of it (adult programming and such). Later on, I was introduced to various anime shows on [as], including a favorite, Lupin the Third, Case Closed, Ghost in the Shell, Wolf's Rain, InuYasha, FLCL, Fullmetal Alchemist, and some of Bleach. For some reason, I stopped watching Adult Swim around 2006 or something, after Lupin the Third was cancelled, I think. I wasn't really into too much of their comedy shows, but Family Guy, King of the Hill, and Futurama were favorites. I prefer more of action adventure shows, and Adult Swim's anime seems to offer that, which the American shows (basically all just comedies) seem to lack.
That's my story and history with animation, anyway.
-Lupin III, Gentleman Thief
Favorite Game: Ocarina of Time