90s

They Gave Rainbow Brite A Makeover And I Don't Know How To Feel About It

Rainbow Brite was an amazing cartoon that originated back in the 80s and was hugely popular. Her colorful friends and magical companions helped her bring light and happiness to everyone in Rainbow Land. HallmarkShe had two main companions that kept her company through all of her adventures. One was her rainbow-haired horse was named Starlite who often referred to himself as "the most magnificent horse in the universe" and could gallop on rainbows. The other was Twink, her person sprite. He is the only white sprite and is in charge of all the others and acts a little bit manic

Retro

"Yep!" King Of The Hill Is 20 Years Old

If America's favorite yellow family wasn't your thing back in the 90s, you were probably watching King of the Hill instead. The adventures of Hank Hill, the low-energy propane and propane accessories salesman from Arlen, Texas were a big hit, and from 1997-98 the show even got higher ratings than the Simpsons. If it feels like the show was just ended, you're not wrong! The show's fans kept the Rainey Street gang on the air for an incredible 13 seasons - that's 259 episodes! King of the Hill was on the air as recently as 2010, and of course it

90s

It's Been Over 20 Years Since 'Space Jam' Came Out, But What Ever Happened To The Monstars?

Since the Looney Tunes started, they have been able to bring together the entire world with their hilarious cartoons. Whether we were watching Bugs give a haircut, Wile E. Coyote chase the Roadrunner, or Sylvester go after Tweety, there were infinite possibilities and all were entertaining. But one story really beat out the rest as the most memorable, and that was Space Jam. You might not think that a silly 90s movie about basketball could top decades of cartoons, but guess what, it was pretty freakin' awesome if you ask me. Warner BrosSpace Jam came out in 1996 and it

80s

'ThunderCats' Reboot Has Given Them A Makeover And Their New Look Is Dividing Fans

ThunderCats are coming back to TV but so far, people aren't so convinced that they are going to love it as much as they want to. So the new series, ThunderCats Roar is set to premiere in 2019, and it is supposed to continue following the characters we know and love, but they've been given a major makeover. And here's the thing, people are really not happy about it.The original show ThunderCats was on the air between 1985 and 1989 and it was starring the characters Lion-O, Cheetara, Panthro, Tyra, Snarf, WilyKit, and WilyKat. They were refugees who find

70s

7 Cartoon Moments That You Didn't Realize Were Actually Really Messed Up

Cartoons are pretty much a staple for every kid. We all had at least one that we were completely obsessed with, but more often than not, we watched dozens of different shows. The thing is, these cartoons aren't all as innocent as they may have seemed. There were a lot of moments or episodes that actually were a lot more scandalous than what kids our age should have been watching. I mean, technically we didn't notice or understand, but these cartoons found a way to add some really interesting or mature things into these cartoons, sometimes without even mentioning it.

Cartoons

15 Perfect Foghorn Leghorn Quotes You'll Want To Start Using In Your Daily Life

Watching the old Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show was one of the highlights of our young lives. Every family would spend Sunday morning gathered around the TV after breakfast, checking out the classic characters in all their iconic bits. Obviously Bugs was great, Tweety was lovely, and the Road Runner was iconic, but there was one character who had such a unique speech pattern that he was always a welcome addition. Foghorn Leghorn's unique Southern drawl and old fashioned catchphrases were really something else. Anytime he was in an episode you were bound to come out with a new weird phrase