Display Geek Vinyl GIVEAWAY!!

DisplayGeekContestImageWe have teamed up with Display Geek creator/distributor of an easy to assemble stackable shelving unit designed specifically for Pops to bring you an amazing Giveaway! One lucky Winner will get their choice of Prize from the GITD Godzilla(Ghost) Exclusive to NYCC,the Barnes & Noble Flocked Sesame Street Pops pictured or the Christmas Jack Hikari Toy Tokyo Exclusive Limited to 500. All you need to do for a chance to Win is Leave a Comment on this post telling us what your Favorite 90’s Cartoon is & Why?

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  1. Johnny Bravo. This show was always the greatest, and I could relate to it all of the time.

  2. My favorite 90s cartoon was Transformers. Only because I grew up with it when it first came out in the 80s. I remember rushing home from school to catch Transformers every weekday at 4 p.m. To this day it is still my favorite. Now me and my younger son veg out every Saturday night to Transformers cartoons… ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Hey Arnold. I found myself relating to each character’s issues at some point or another as a kid.

  4. X-Men all the way! I have a lot of love for Gambit, and that theme song just rules!

  5. Batman The Animated Series cuz it’s frickin batman!! Also Mark Hamill killed it as the Joker.

  6. My favorite 90s cartoon is Ed, Edd, n Eddy. Seemed like everyone I knew. Doing stupid stuff. Having fun. Trying to get money. Trying to get the grand prize of the giant jaw breaker.

  7. X-Men, hand’s down. I still feel sad when Morph gets blasted away by that Sentinel in episode 2.

  8. My favorite was Batman The Animated Series, because it was amazing. Hamill was a killer Joker; the rest of the villains were also awesome.

  9. I would have to say Batman the Animated Series is my favorite 90’s show, because it is what fueled my love for Batman and comics that I have today.

  10. transformers because i loved all the variety of cars and trucks and planes that transformed

  11. Rugrats. Even though they were babies, you could still somewhat relate to what the message was trying to convey.

  12. My favorite 90’s cartoon has to be Rugrats! I watched it all of the time! And sometimes I still watch the reruns! I love Rugrats because when I think of the show and watch it, it brings me back to the days of being young and care free. Also because I loved the adventures the babies would go on. Thanks for the chance!

    1. It was a great show. I loved it as well. Nickelodeon was just brilliant in that decade.

  13. pokemon would be my favorite cartoon from the 90s because growing up my friends and i looked up to ashe and the gang as being awesome for only being 10 yey going out on adventures and to us that spoke loads.

  14. My 90s list can go on and on and on, but my favorite would be Batman the Animated series. I own all the seasons. The theme song by Danny Elfman was perfect for this Batman show. The characters were on point from the voices and costumes. The show its self was dark and funny.

  15. There are so many great 90’s cartoons it’s hard to really pick, but I’m going with ducktales. It has a theme song that is iconic, some genuinely exciting storylines, and some really solid humor that even holds up today. In addition to this it inspired an amazing video game. Technically it debuted in the late 80’s and ended in the early 90’s, so if that disqualifies ducktales I’d say darkwing duck. Another great show that I wish was still on today.

    1. Ducktales always counts. For any question ever created. Who are you voting for in this election? Duck Tales. Me too.

  16. There were so many great cartoon series in the 90s that it’s hard to pick just one, but since nobody mentioned it yet, I’ll go with Darkwing Duck.

  17. Dexter’s Laboratory! Loved seeing his inventions and loved whenever Mandark came out. My absolute favorite thing about the show was the Justice Friends!

  18. Definitely Batman: TAS. Hands down my favorite cartoon of all time. Sparked my love for Batman and DC Comics

  19. Even though Im an 80’s kid my favorite cartoons of the 90’s was the Disney Afternoon.( Ducktales, Rescue Rangers,Tailspin anf Gummi Bears)

  20. My favorite cartoon was Courage the Cowardly Dog. Because i just loved how funny the show got. And Mr. Katz was always amazing with his theme song.

  21. Darkwing duck. Best combination of comedy, drama and action. Non stop fun!!!

  22. Wow have to put us 90s babies inon the spot! Id have to say Dexters laboratory just cus I like science and robot related things. Like others have said there were so many great 90s cartoons that I wish were still on today!

  23. Rocko’s Modern Life, it’s funnier now than it was when I was a kid. It’s absurd and ridiculous and awesome.

      1. I would then suggest trying some of that new hair-do changing gum from Conglom-O. Just dont eat the yellow piece…

  24. As a child of the 80’s I’d have to say Gen 1 Transformers. The toys were amazing (well amazing by 1984 standards. Lol.) They had great stories, awesome heroes, sinister villans, and a stories with actual plots and even subplots that actually ran the course of full seasons. And ultimately a good moral. A lot of what my parents didn’t teach me as far as right and wrong came from the cartoons of the 80s lime Transformers , Voltron, GI Joe, He-man and so many countless others ((gets misty.. then realizes god I’m old. ))

  25. Batman TAS. Timeless classic. Flawless animations, great character design & incredible voice acting. The whole package.

  26. For me, its Rocko’s Modern Life. I always watched it as a kid, I was really drawn to its simple art style. But I love it even more now because its so full of adult jokes that I never caught as a kid, more then I could even begin to count. I mean Rocko was a Sex Line operator! How did I not catch that!

  27. Easily my favorite cartoon of the 90’s was Freakazoid. Sadly an oft-forgotten gem of the Warner Brothers studio that was a spin-off from Animaniacs. What wasn’t there to love? Great absurdist humor, memorable characters, and that signature Warner Brothers tone. You had a superhero that ran around in tights shouting “Whoosh”, a grumpy cop (Cosgrove) who instead of helping Freakazoid or working, generally just got distracted and went to get lunch with him, and the oh so memorable Candleja… oops, almost slipped up and said his name. That show shaped my sense of humor into my adolescence and remains one of my favorite shows of all time.

  28. I remember Space Ghost as being my favorite 90s cartoon. It introduced me to the world of adult cartoons and it still holds up today.

  29. My favorite was Animaniacs! Yakko, Wakko, and Dot were hilariously funny! And the song was so catchy, it’s in my head now!

  30. Batman: The Animated Series was my favorite. Everything about it was superb (who could forget Mark Hamil’s Joker?)!

  31. Spider-man the animated series. It got me on the Marvel train at a young train and i never got off lol

  32. I loved the Disney cartoons. My favorite was Rescue Rangers cause Cip &Dale was my favorite Disney characters growing up.

  33. I was a teenager in the 90s so I loved Beavis and Butthead, and had a secret obsession with the powepuff girls!

  34. Does TMNT count as 90’s? Cause they were the best, nothing better than beating Shredder and eating pizza!

    1. Absolutely counts. One of my favorite comic book creators is still Eastman and Laird.

  35. Hands down Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain.. because the was always up to no good and who cant relate to that when yr a kid..

  36. Rugrats. Because it showed me a plastic screwdriver hidden in your pants is the key to everything!

  37. Animaniacs, of course! Why? Because they’re zany to the max! I loved Animaniacs. Wakko, Yakko, and Dot were so crazy and funny. I loved Pinky and the Brain with their plans to take over the world and Pinky never understanding the plans. It was such a fun cartoon. I can’t wait for Animaniacs Pop!s.

  38. Darkwing Duck!!! And all Hanna Barbera cartoons. Saturday mornings use to be something….something amazing….I miss all of it

  39. Doug. It was well written and totally relatable to the characters. Kinda dig the art style too. ๐Ÿ™‚

  40. Samaurai Pizza Cats, wasn’t too well known but I used to wake up extra early to watch it before going off to school. Who doesn’t like crime fighting with pizza?

    1. This is the best damn answer yet. So random and so amazing. I also watched Ronin Warriors back then.

      1. I used to watch Ronin Warriors too, that was a good cartoon! I think it’s from the late 80’s though.

        Plus sometimes I’ll have the opening song stuck in my head “they’re stronger than old cheese, they’re stronger than dirt, if you step on their tails then you’re gonna get hurt. Samurai pizza cats, all over town, 3-2-1 they’re on the run.” Lol

  41. tom and Jerry because as a kid it always made me laugh even today as a full grown person I look back at a couple episodes and think ” yup those were the days”
    Tom and Jerry need to be made into pops!!!

  42. My favorite 90’s cartoon would have to be Ren & Stimpy. The show’s comedy style was ahead of its time. Gotta love Powdered Toast Man!

  43. Beavis and Butt-head. I grew up in the 80s and it was a nice cartoon transition into my teens.

  44. My favorite 90’s cartoon was easily X-Men. It was awesome watching the characters developed in my comic books and those stories brought to life on the tv screen every Saturday morning. Favorite character was Cyclops…Wolverine was and still is overrated. Who doesn’t want to see episodes after episodes of mutants with various powers fighting other mutants with equal or better powers. Fight of good and evil. Fighting the good fight. Fun times. And now as an adult that same fun and entertainment has crossed over to the movie screen.

  45. My personal answer will always be Ren and Stimpy. But I had an obsession with Ronin Warriors, Freakazoid, Animaniacs and Earthworm Jim.

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  46. Batman The Animated Series because it jumpstarted my obsession with superheroes and comic books. I was so entertained by the show, then the toys came out, then I discovered comic shops years after at like 11, and the rest is history. That show created a whole side of my personality essentially.

  47. My favorite was the original Pokemon television series. Being a 90’s kid, Pokemon captured my imagination at the right age and I have been hooked ever since.

  48. X-Men, without a doubt! I loved the comic books, and the cartoon was every bit as good.

    1. Gargoyles is one that I haven’t seen in comments section. Those heroic night creatures were freaking awesome!

  49. Rugrats, Johnny Bravo, and Doug were all favorites of mine, but number one was the Powerpuff Girls. I loved the girl power message. Been a feminist since I was a little kid, I guess ?

  50. Always has been Pokรฉmon, I grew up with it I still remember that first day after school watching it and the instant infatuation

  51. Spiderman. That theme song sticks in my head plus I always loved the spiderman comics.

  52. There’s a lot of awesome 90’s cartoons, but my favorite is Sonic the Hedgehog (aka Sonic SatAM by the fans). Ran for only two seasons, but it was the best video game based cartoon of all time and helped jumpstart the awesome Archie comics series.

  53. Oh jeez too many to pick from. I accidentally bootlegged my neighbor’s cable at age four because our apartment’s wiring was weird so my favorites in ’97 were Darkwing Duck, Power Rangers, Big Bad Beetleborgs, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, Dexter’s Laboratory, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, and just whatever the kids downstairs happened to be watching. Accidental bootleg cable was magical. I remember catching Daria on it when their cousin was over once.

    1. Pup named scooby doo was so damn good. As was the god awful big bad beetle Borge hahaha I personally liked VR Troopers

  54. Batman! The animated series! Are you kidding me aint even close. Not only did it rock and introduce Harley Quinn. But it made a kick butt movie. Mask of the Phantasm is still a top Batman movie! Or maybe movie came first, cant remember 20 years ago!

  55. My favorite cartoon has, and always will be, the Powerpuff Girls. I think the mayors obsession with pickles is glorious. I also loved Angry Beavers, because I felt I could relate to Norm, plus it was funny to see them argue all the time.

  56. I have to say the X-Men series, because it catapulted me into geekdom! I remember collecting those trading cards with stats of all the mutants. And Storm and Rogue had the most amazing hair ever!

  57. Definitely Ed, Edd n Eddy. It had such ludicrous characters in such stupid situations.

  58. Beyond hard one there was so many but its a major toss up between teenage mutant ninja turtles and bobbys world both were such great animations i looked forward to every saturday morning eating breaksfast before going out for the day

  59. So many great shows saw every episode of doug multiple times and loved batman and xmen but I would say my personal favorite was spiderman since he was my favorite comic character then and probably still is. So many great characters made guest appearences like the xmen and fantasic four not to mention blade punisher and captain america. Plus uncle Phil as war machine nuff said.

  60. I’d have to say Batman: TAS because of its great portrayal of all the characters (plus Harley’s debut!) or the Powerpuff Girls, simply because it’s a great mixture of humor and action!

  61. I was an 80’s child but continued with animation into the 90’s. It really is hard to make a choice… If it can be any 90’s animation I am going to go with Fushigi no Umi no Nadia aka Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. Nadia was Studio Gainax’s project before Evangelion and is an adventure series set in 1889 that combines alternate history theory, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Atlantis legends, ancient advanced technology, and human origins. It came out of an idea by Hayao Miyazaki which also resulted in his film Laputa Castle in the Sky.

  62. Ten and StimpyIt’s still one of my favorite cartoons and we need some R&S pops.

  63. Ben Edlun’s “The Tick.” It was brilliantly surreal and never failed to make me laugh. The theme song was pitch perfect. The voice cast rocked. I love that show.

  64. X-Men the animated series. It may have been short lived but is awesome and hard hitting. Can’t deny that the phoenix saga didn’t bring a tear to everones eye.

  65. For me it had to be TMNT. My brothers and I would sit in front of the tv waiting for the theme song to start just so we could shout out which character we were as fast as possible ?. The best part about it was we all had a favorite that we picked every time, but we just wanted to make sure nobody else got our guy. Of course I was always the best one (Donatello). Not to mention I still have the theme song memorized. Good times.

  66. I’m going to have to say Dexter’s Laboratory, many others come close to my number one but they are all classed as 80’s cartoons. In my early teens I used to spend my evenings in the garage at the end of my garden playing about with different little pointless experiments which I kept secret, and trying to build robots or machines. So Dexter’s Lab I used to love watching the most as I could relate to it and it was something to fantasize over wishing I could do what Dexter did in his lab ๐Ÿ™‚

  67. My favorite cartoon was Scooby Doo because I always loved Scooby solving mysteries with his friends even though he was afraid a lot. He never let them down and I related a lot to that plus who doesn’t love a great dane who could talk?! ?

  68. My favorite 90’s cartoon had to be Pokรฉmon. That was my childhood and I remember running home after school to catch the episodes that were on. I still enjoy Pokรฉmon to this day so there really is no other choice for me.

  69. Hands down, it is Cow and Chicken. It is just plain silly and I wondered how a cow and chicken came from two human parents. Maybe it’s just good not to know.

  70. I like Doug, the show was great and I always felt that I can relate with him on the way he felt for patty mayonnaise, we have all had that one girl we like and want to impress and tell you like but was just a little gutless. And porkchop is just a cool dog

  71. My favorite cartoon growing up was always the xmen, or spider man. To this day I’m a spider man fanatic!!

  72. Rocko’s modern life is my absolute favourite 90’s cartoon! Why? Because it was so silly, and different, and now that I’m an adult there are so many jokes that went right over my head that are so inappropriate but hilarious to me now. I mean, a show about a wallaby with a pet dog named Spunky, a best friend that is a steer but named Heffer (who was raised by a family of wolves, for goodness sakes) a friend that works at a comic book shop named Filburt who is a turtle, (turn the page, wash ya’ hands, turn the page, wash ya’ hands) and I just can’t not love a show with a comic book reading turtle named Filburt.

  73. Im not sure if pokemon counts btu if not probably johnny bravo
    pokemon because it is basically my childhood and johnny bravo because for some reason i wanted to be him as a kid

  74. So many good ones! Powerpuff Girls, Ren and Stimpy, South Park… but it’s really a toss up between Beavis and Butthead and Daria. Uuhhh huh uh!

  75. X-Men! I had all the toys and would play along with the episodes. But Batman and Spider-Man have to get honorable mention. It’s hard to pick just one…

  76. As a kid I loved the Mega Man cartoon series.
    I am looking forward to by some of the new pop’s!

    Sadly I got to wait a few weeks, because I am living in Germany.

    1. Megaman cartoon was awesome. Remember the episode when they brought in X? I have the series in DVD lol

  77. It’s so hard to choose a favorite, fund memories of watching so many like rugrats, Ed edd Eddy, courage the cowardly dog, and more. The one that stands out is tom and Jerry though, would just watch it everytime it was one. Make pops of them Funko!

  78. Yes in deed so many great cartoons, Batman, X-Men, and Spider-Man I loved but in the end Dragonball Z has to be favorite. DBZ is my favorite because despite the “goofyness” of the show, it still had a really inspiring message that hard work and determination results to great achievements.

  79. The best 90’s cartoon is a very tough question but I’ll have to go with Batman: The Animated Series. While there were tons of superhero shows (and I watched ALL OF THEM) Spider-man and X-Men don’t really hold up animation wise or story-wise when you go back to them. If you go back to Batman, it’s still beautiful, the stories can be downright haunting, and it’s given us some of the best bits of the Bat mythos including Harley Quinn.

  80. My favorite 90s cartoon would have to be Beavis and butthead. I loved the characters, even Daria (I mean diarrhea).The show was AMAZING. From cornholio to frog baseball the show was hilarious. I remember all the detentions me and my friends got for acting like them back in the day. Beavis and butthead is easily my favorite 90s cartoon of all time

  81. My favorite 90’s cartoon is Batman The Animated series because it started the voice acting for mark Hamill as the Joker and then had Kevin Conroy as Batman. It also made Harley quinn which is my favorite character of all time. Lastly it had the best poison ivy to date.

  82. X-Men: The Animated Series! As a 90s kid growing up the vibrant colors and awesome show intro was enough to keep me hooked every day!

  83. My favorite cartoon was Scooby Doo: Where are you. for one I love dogs but what really had me so interested was its blend of comedy and mystery.

  84. Spider-Man was cool to me when I was young and I watched it after school a lot and he is still to this day one of my favorite Marvel heroes.

    1. I really liked Spider-Man growing up because of the cool villains. Sure, I loved Spider-Man, but seeing him against Green Goblin was just so cool!

  85. Xmen was my favorite. It was exciting and I always looked forward to it every Saturday morning …

  86. Catdog is my favorite just because of how funny it was for a 90’s show, and also who can forget the amazing theme song they had.

  87. My favorite 90’s cartoon was The Neverending Story I Loved the Book and the Movie. I also loved the characters of Bastian, Atreyu, Falkor the Luckdragon and many of the characters.

  88. My favorite 90’s cartoon was Doug! Hands down the best cartoon on Nickelodeon. Skeeter was the coolest and I always felt like I could relate Doug.

  89. My favorite 90’a cartoon would have to be the X-Men cartoon, with Batman The Animated series as a close second. Both helped cement my love of comics.

  90. It would have to be The Rugrats, not because I really liked them but the kids always had it on so it becomes a part of you life.

  91. dexter’s laboratory….
    “Oooh Dexter clubs like yours are for big IDKSC” and then Dexter translated it into his decoder ring thingy and said “Im tellin mom!!!”
    cuz of quotes like that…this cartoon rocked!!!!!

  92. My favorite 90’s cartoon was easily Batman: The Animated Series, with great storytelling and astounding voice acting this series is easily better than those Schumacher movies. With great actors like Hamill and Conroy portraying some of my favorite characters and making them pop out into animated form with life was just really awesome to see. As well as the retold Mr. Freeze origin and in the introduction of the their original character, Harley Quinn!

  93. Batman the animated series. I loved it cause it was more serious and dark unlike other batman tv shows before it.

  94. It’s so hard to pick, but the first one I really remember watching almost religiously every day after school was X-Men.

  95. My favorite had to be Rugrats. The show always wanted me to go on adventures and broaden my mind. It helped me develop my imagination. I would always wish i was Lil because she was my favorite and I always wanted to be a twin. Her parents were pretty cool also. But I related most to chuckie. I’ve always been the shy and scared one.

  96. Definitely has to be Johnny Bravo. I used to try and style my hair like his and flex in front of mirrors too. I was really into it haha.

  97. Beavis & Butthead, for introducing me to GWAR.
    Side note: can’t believe South Park has been around long enough to count as a 90’s cartoon.

  98. I would have to say Mighty Max. It was short run but a cool show. As a kid I loved it.

  99. Mutant League- I love the show because I am a Bones Jackson fan and it was the 1st cartoon to really be based off a video game I was playing.

  100. Doug. I grew up on Nickelodeon and loved all of their cartoons, but Doug was by far my favorite.

  101. Batman: The Animated Series

    It was one of the first cartoons I remember watching that didn’t treat the viewer like a kid. There were serious stories delivered in a way that was dark, but not too dark for a kid not to understand or be scared of. It still holds up to this day as being one of – if not THE – best Batmans.

  102. My all time favorite 90’s cartoon is Batman The Animated Series! i loved this show as a child and still to this day. This was the start of my batman fandom! i have the series and can watch it anytime and i hope to show my future kids my favorite cartoon!

  103. Batman, TAS is likely my winner (though Duck Tales *did* air in 1990 but I consider it more an 80’s cartoon ๐Ÿ˜€ ).

  104. For me it has to be Batman TAS. This was a trail blazing series! It introduced me to Batman, outside of the 1989 film. This series showed us the true Batman, Kevin Conroy! Yes, it was for kids, and yes, there was a lack of real danger element in a lot of the shows, but it also introduced the entire world to Harley Quinn! There was also a real strive for characterization on the show! They showed different sides to both the heroes and villains that you normally don’t expect! All in all, I’d call Batman TAS the best cartoon of the 90s and beyond!

  105. Its a toss up for me but Street Sharks was the one that I couldnt get enough of. Pretty much TMNT but with Sharks = Totally Awesome!! My daughter is 7 now and has inherited all my old toys and has been begging for me to find more.

    Would make some great Pops.

  106. Batman The animated series!!! It gave us Harley Quin, life lessons and adventure all wrapped up in one show. Besides what’s better than Batman lol

  107. Definitely Doug for me. That show is legendary and you can’t go wrong with Quail Man!

  108. Although it was way late into the 90’s… I’ll say SpongeBob Squarepants. Sooooo many good jokes and one liners in that show, some are funnier now that I’m older. I do have some soft spots for Rugrats, Hey Arnold, Rescue Rangers, Pup Named Scooby Doo, Dexter’s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Courage the Cowardly Dog… ugh, there’s too much to name! They along with many others people have listed are “classic”, but SpongeBob has the biggest impact for me.

  109. Batman: The Animated Series was by far my favorite. Conroy and Hamill were the best voiced iterations of Batman and Joker.

  110. My favorite cartoon in the 90s was Pokemon. It was an obsession. Some of my best memories is going to see the Pokemon movie with my parents or coming home from school and watching the new episode of Pokemon. It’s also fitting how I collected Pokemon cards and memorabilia as a child and now as and adult the obsession is funko pops haha. It’s also awesome seeing the new generation and the old generation of kids connect with Pokemon go. It’s truely something special.

  111. I really enjoyed Ed, Edd n Eddy. The main characters were often outcast and labeled as ‘dorks’, which was kind of how I felt around the time that I watched it. It meant a lot to me to see these characters together as friends, always sticking together through whatever antics happened, especially since they were all vastly different in personality.

  112. Does batman the animated series count i loved that show i only have one disc with a couple of episodes on it but i used to watch it all the time! i did like your facebook page so if i can only enter one way please don’t take me out of the giveaway…

  113. This is a hard choice. Darkwing Duck….The Tick…Batman: The Animated Series? How can I choose??

    OK! Let’s go with…The Tick because he is just plain awesome.


  114. Johnny Bravo! Just for the fact that he is hilarious when he’s trying cool for the ladies.

  115. I would probably say Tom and Jerry because it seems that I could always find one to watch and they had so many different ones that it was a show that you would not get bored from and lastly who doesn’t love Tom and Jerry ๐Ÿ˜€

  116. I’d have to go with Animaniacs personally – it was like having lots of really funny cartoons to watch all in one show. Plus, it stands the test of time… it’s still funny now as an adult!

  117. Ed, Edd, N Eddy I mean let’s face nor a single 90’s kid couldn’t relate to someone or something in that show way head of its time

  118. My favorite 90’s TV show was Rugrats. Gotta love the cute little babies and the occasional dr. Who references.

  119. Definitely Batman the Animated series! Batman’ always been my favorite superhero.

  120. My favorite hands down is Batman the animated series. I would run home from school so i wouldn’t miss the opening credits. That show and the 90’s x-men are the reason i read and collect comics toys and Pops! Today. I still watch them today with big kid eyes excited fir the next episode.

  121. One of my favorites had to be Doug. As a little girl, it was fun watching the romantic interaction between Doug and Patti ๐Ÿ™‚ I also liked all of the silly songs he would sing (Banging on a trash can!).

  122. Hey Arnold! For sure, there is just something loveable about that Football head.

  123. Cow and Chicken, cause to me that was the most random show i’ve ever seen, but that’s what made me enjoy it.

  124. TMNT, nothing says the 90s like the 4 teenage pizza eating, crime fighting, “love being a turtle” brothers. Growing up in the 90s i remember when the TMNT movies came out, and how there would be random spotting of them that made the news. Me being a kid i thought they were actually real, and lived in the sewer, but all the neighborhood kids would get on our bikes, and ride around the block with our colored scars or bandannas pretending to be the turtles. To this day, i am still a big TMNT turtle fan.

  125. My favorite was always the Power Puff Girls. I was just a little girl in the 90’s and back then my siblings and I would wake up early (around noon) just to see episodes of the show on T.V. We had drawer-fulls of VHS tapes, sticker books, stuffed toys, school supplies and so on. We would each pick a character to be during our playtime; my brother was usually Buttercup, because she was the toughest and he didn’t want to be left out, my sister was bubbles because she was cutesy and she related to her love of toys, and I was always Blossom, because she was a leader, and since I’m the oldest, that is naturally my role. In later years, I dressed up as Buttercup when I attended Nan Desu Kan (NDK), with two of my closest friends. And these days, I was beyond excited to see them given the POP treatment. They’re three of my fondest in my collection because they hold such sentimental value.

  126. What is with the question being a very difficult one? It is hard to choose. The main three I watched as a kid was X-Men, Spiderman, and Batman The Animated Series. Out of those 3, my favorite is Batman The Animated Series. One of a kind show and still holds up today!

  127. Pinky and the Brain! Why… because it’s how I learned the ways not to try and take over the world

  128. Captain Planet, because he was my hero, and I wish that the cartoon would be put back onto the air and help bring pollution down to zero.

  129. My favorite 90’s show was Doug, although Rugrats was pretty high up there as well. I loved Doug for how relatable and funny it was. Plus, I really loved Porkchop and the adventures of Quailman and Quaildog.

  130. Definitely SpongeBob! Even if it was late 90’s, it still was the funniest and most genius cartoon in my opinion

  131. The cartoon I liked in the 90’s other than batman, turtles…..ect was the Rug Rats. As a young father of two toddlers at the time chucky and dil were like identical twins of my two boys. They seem to do exactly and react as the kids in the cartoon. That cartoon was a real life lesson of how toddlers think and talk amongs each other. I really love watching them and show just to learn and be ready for their adventure. Memories…..

  132. Gargoyles was the best! It was dark but enjoyable and the art was fantastic! I really wish Funko would get a license for them because those would make some great pops!

  133. While it started wat earlier mine was scooby doo me and my siblings would me mesmerized for hours just sitting and watching it when we were younger

  134. My favorite 90’s cartoon would have to be Rocko’s Modern Life. I watched that show religiously and even sang the theme song to it when it came on. I love it oh sooo much! Great characters, music and stories!

  135. My favorite 90s cartoon was/is rugrats, I spent countless hours watching it and rewatching it. And countless more hours playing the video games, now only if they’d make pops…who wouldn’t love a 6 in Reptar

  136. I had a few ones, i don’t know if japanese ones are accepted here but anyway, Dragon Ball Z is my favorite one, the first episode was in 1989 but most of the episodes are from the 90’s. Well it’s dragon ball z, one of the bests cartoons of all time, the story is great, the characters are great, it’s awesome until now, i don’t even know how much time i spent watching it, i could say all my childhood. Ps: Pokemon is awesome too.

  137. Mine was Recess, hands down. I loved the characters and I loved all the crazy things they did on their lunch breaks ? Lol I’ll still watch from time to time, just for laughs. Brings back great memories of growing up.

  138. Sylvester and tweety is my favorite from when I was growing up, I love laughing at all of the antics that go on!

  139. Always looked forward to seeing the XMen cartoon from the 90s! Spiderman The Animated Series was a very close second favorite. These were some of the earliest shows that got me interested more in comics and comic book movies. Plus they were just really good quality and fun!

  140. Rockoโ€™s Modern Life. I found it funny as a kid and still find it just as funny as an adult.

  141. Captin planet!!!
    Monster rancher!
    Yu gi oh
    Donkey kong
    Samurai jack

  142. there were so many good cartoons in the 90s, i don’t think i’d e able to narrow it down to just ome. Batman/Superman TAS were amazing along with spider-man. Then you had shows like recess, Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, and even Talespin! They were just feel good cartoons back then, no hidden agendas.

  143. Without a doubt, Batman the Animated series. The animation,the voice actors,setting,everything about it was top notch.Heck,best of the 90’s and every other decade.

  144. What a tough question…I think I’m going to have to go with Rocko’s Modern Life. It still holds up today! I love the amount of adult humor that they were able to get onto Nickelodeon! Also, who doesn’t love the characters? One of my favorite shows period.

  145. Any answers other than The Simpsons should get you permabanned for eternity in perpetuity. I challenge you to watch your most hated episode ever and try not to laugh at least once every 7.5 minutes. Well, I suppose I’ll respect your individual choices but I would have to ban myself if I said anything otherwise. Please randomly choose me.

    1. haha while i completely agree that the Simpsons is being disrespected, I love too many other shows as well!

  146. for this I’m gonna have to say Rugrats (only because none of the Scooby-Doo series truly fall in the 90s). watching there adventures and always relating to them, even though they’re babies, was the things I loved most about the show.

  147. My favorite 90s show would have to be Dexter’s Lab. I always wanted his Giant Robot.

  148. Pirates of Dark Water. Loved the continuity. Made it feel mature for a cartoon. So sad there was no end.

  149. Pokemon!! I couldn’t go to school without watching the new episode that aired each morning at 730am it was one of the greatest parts of my childhood

  150. Space Ghost Coast to Coast! That show is hilarious. Watched it back in the day and just started rewatching it after I ordered my Brak and Zorak Pops!

  151. My favorite has to be teenage mutant ninja turtles. I was obsessed. From the toys to the cartoon and movies. I remember sticking my head in my shirt then popping it back out and say “I love being a turtle” like they did in the movie. Man that brings back so many memories.

  152. Definitely Batman:the Animated Series. Stelar plot, I love the animation style, and the voice acting couldn’t be more perfect.

    Thanks for the contest, very generous!

  153. I grew up watching 90s Nick so it’s hard to pick just one 90s cartoon, Rocko’s Modern Life was definitely one of my favorites along with Rugrats and KaBlam!

    1. Forgot to add why oops. I liked the kinda off the wall comedy in KaBlam and Rocko. I loved all the mini episodes in KaBlam, because you never knew which one was going to play that day and it was always kinda exciting not knowing. With Rugrats I just always liked Tommy’s go get em attitude. A baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do. ๐Ÿ™‚

  154. Mine would be as late into the 90’s as it could get, Futurama.

    I found it to be a very smart and funny show that grew up as i did.

    Character development, catch phrases, continuity, and everything about that universe fascinated me.

    It’s a shame that it ended, but on the other hand, every time that it did it came back even more self aware, and 4th wall breaking.

  155. My favorite 90’s cartoon has to be “Doug” because the series addressed many important topics, including trying to fit in, platonic and romantic relationships, self-esteem, bullying, and rumors, which are all subjects children are plagued with while in school. It gave me hope that children could solve their issues without fighting and violence and that kids did care about each other.

  156. I don’t know there were so many in the 80’s & 90’s. Just to be different I’m going to have to say Ahh! Real Monsters. Although I also loved X-Men,Spider-Man & Batman the animated series.

  157. Rugrats and spongebob are definitely nostalgic but Dexters lab is the best in terms of quality along with Johnny bravo

  158. My favorite has to be Duck Tales. Great theme song, excellent episodes, interesting characters. Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers is right up there as well. The entire Disney Afternoon series of shows really resonated with me, and is a fond part of my childhood memories. Would love to see these made into Pops!

  159. I Love Batman The Animated Seris. Batman Is Strong And Awesome. He’s My Role Model.

  160. Batman the Animated Series. Fantastic voice cast, strong writing and great animation. It will definitely stand the test of time!

  161. TMNT. I loved Raphael because red is my favorite color, and had tons of the action figures growing up. I still remember the “f.h.e” animation at the beginning of the video.

  162. Oh man… it’s hard to just pick one.. We had Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls, Angry Beavers, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Cow & Chicken, Ahh! Real Monsters, Stupid Dogs, Dexter’s Laboratory, Doug, Hey Arnold, Rugrats, CatDog, Rocko’s Modern Life… Why must we pick just one?! Lol! But seriously, Rugrats was probably my absolute favorite. I could sit and watch them for hours and The Wild Thornberrys was a close second. Loved the movie where they crossed over with each other. Cartoons were just the best in the 90s!

  163. well shot thats tough ill probably give it to animaniacs..loved those three warner brothers and sister !! wakko,dot,yakko(why is there no pops of these lil guys i mean he they look like mickey mouse sorta lol) the segments with pinky n the brain/the pigeons were just lol /..ive re-watched a lot of it on netflix and man there were some hidden jokes in there i would never had guessed in my younger days ….we had no cable so channel 11 and pbs kids were the best source for cartoons.. seasmi street would had been close second cause yes i like me some elmo lol don’t judge

  164. Pinky and the Brain — NARF — so good, I did not have much, but I did get a couple of animation cels — always did want to take over the would, and they spoke to me.

  165. Mine would have to be the original animated pokemon series! Every morning before school eating a bowl of honey nut cheerios and watching pokemon. Ahhhhh the good old days ๐Ÿ™‚

  166. Batman: The Animated Series
    Because this animated series conveys the dark mood of the original “Batman” comic books. Unlike the light action “Batman” show of the 1960s, Gotham City’s Caped Crusader, Bruce Wayne, is sometimes moody. And Robin’s alter ego, Dick Grayson, has a more-mature personality than in the original series. It made me love comics. This why I stared my pop collection, comic collection, and my obsession of everything dc and marvel. This made me what i am today.

    1. This is why I started (sorry I spelled it wrong my original post)

  167. My favorite 90’s cartoon was Hey, Arnold! Idk why most people seem to not like it! For some reason, its definetely the greatest!

  168. My favorite cartoon as a kid was Rocko’s Modern Life ! ! It had such witty humor, and all the characters were so individually hilarious – I’d love Rocko and Spike Pops ! !

    1. I still gotta give props to Spongebob Squarepants though, cuz that was my favorite after Rocko ended (and since Spongebob premiered in 1999, it still counts as a 90’s cartoon ! !) I actually remember me and a friend getting ready to watch the very first episode premier, and making our own “Spongebob’s” out of yellow sponges and Popsicle sticks – it’s just such a hilarious show ? That’s one of the main Pop series that I wish wasn’t so expensive, cuz I’d love to have all the Spongebob Pops ?

  169. Hands down Gargoyles was the greatest cartoon of the 90s. Covered every mythological genre, actually had a plot and runnign story with well developed characters. Adults and kids could digest it and it had the potential to last for YEARS! Gargoyles was the cartoon that made me realize that everything after Thundercats was just a clone of something else.

  170. I am sad to see that I am the only one that watched Earthworm Jim or The Maxx! Come on people! :-p

    1. I really liked The Maxx both the TV series on MTV’s Liquid Television and the comics. I even had the Action Figures with the Iz’s in different colors. The carded figures were produced by Todd McFarlane and it took me forever to find them!

  171. I know a lot of people don’t like it a lot, but I watched it a year ago, I really love the megaman cartoon. The really old one.

  172. My favorite 90s cartoon is still my favorite show, DBZ. I love it so much. A runner up that aired in 1999 is Ed Edd n’ Eddy, classic slapstick comedy.

  173. Animaniacs and Tiny Toons were the best because they both were fans of running gags. Not many cartoons are like that, so they were my favorite.

  174. If Shera & Jem don’t count, ( Pizzazz from The Misfits was the first doll I ever got, so has to be 80’s) I’d have to go with Rocko’s Modern Life. oh the humor as a teen! A cow raised by wolves! Use to have the perfect “filbert (the germaphobe) impression” and of Course The power puff girls, Mojojo made the show. I’m not to happy with the reboot of it, it was a classic and now buttercup sounds like a man!

  175. My favorite 90s show was the Simpsons, it was always hilarious aND I just grew up watching it. It was an amazing show!!??

  176. My favorite had to be Mighty Max! I use to love the monsters in them and loved the portable toy heads they had. Virgil was the man! Ah the good Ol days!

  177. BEAVIS and BUTT-HEAD!!!! And, even I can’t really explain why! I guess I’m easily impressed… LOL. Twenty years later, I still find immature and/or sarcastic humor the greatest. I should be ashamed to admit it, but I even had a Burger World shirt (or whatever the hell it was called… LOL) where Beavis & Butthead worked with the upside down McDonald’s logo. They didn’t make kid sizes so I looked extremely ridiculous as an 80lb female tween wearing a Men’s XL Beavis & Butt-head shirt to school every other day. I probably thought I looked too cool for school… ๐Ÿ˜€

  178. I loved Beavis & Butthead. The entire common room in the dorm would be full every time it came on. It was like a party. I loved them because they were so dumb it was hilarious! Also, that was when Mtv was still playing MUSIC videos! They were a classic.

  179. Because I was born in the 90s, this is hard to answer. I’m going to cheat a bit here.

    My favorite show would have to be Pokemon. Now I get it, you’re probably saying ‘um hello, that came out at the END of the 90s, in 1998. Well, yes, it did. But it was the start of my obsession and the show did begin in the 90s. Being that I was born more than halfway through the 90s (96 baby here), this counts for me. It was my entire childhood. I am still obsessed with Pokemon to be honest (even before Pokemon Go came out, haha)

    So that’s what I’m sticking to, even if it wasn’t in the 90s for long.

  180. I have a hard time picking between two. Doug and Recess. I loved Doug ’cause I enjoyed laughing at Roger when he did his girly scream, and I loved Recess because it reminded me so much of my elementary school except they had a cooler playground.

  181. I think I started watching less cartoons in the 90s, because I graduated in 91 so had to start to grow up some lol. But I was a mad Transformers G1 fan, so that will always be my favorite. But that ended more at the beginning so I consider that more of an 80’s thing. Now in the 90’s I did follow the nick toons and Beavis and Butthead and Animaniacs. But if I have to pick one that really was very entertaining was the Rugrats. They always had spats with each other but always seemed to figure out a way to work out their issues. Except for Angelica, she was just a spoiled pain lol.

  182. Space Ghost Coast To Coast. Loved it, one of the few shows I remember not being able to wait for it to come on. Didn’t even matter who the guest was, it was always a good episode. Just wished it had more Brak (though other incarnations did have more of the lovable oaf).

  183. A pup named scooby doo! I used to wake up every morning as a kid to watch reruns and new episodes on my huge scooby doo stuffed animal.

  184. Mine has to be The Simpsons because I always wanted to live in Springfield and do some crazy things with Bart. I grew up as the only child in the house till i was like 14 so hanging out in Springfield would’ve been a lot of fun for me. The Simpsons will always make you laugh no matter what. Top 10 cartoon for sure!

  185. Honestly it would have to be a toss up between Talespin and Freakazoid. Both of those cartoons greeted me at the end of my school day. I would rush home and watch the episodes back to back before starting on homework and it would put a smile on my face, no matter how bad of a day I would have. Once I had a kid of my own, we would spend time together watching episode after episode. I can’t really think of any two shows out there that have that much of a sentimental memory.

  186. The best, ( well my favorite) was a huge toss up between He-Man and Voltron. I have to admit I watched them all.. M.A.S.K., GI Joe, transformers, I guess.. maybe more 80’s than 90’s. I feel growing up back then was an incredible time for cartoons and action figures. It’s hard to pinpoint one favorite when they were all amzing.

  187. Darkwing Duck, that and ducktales but i loved darkwing. The song was catchy and his outfit ruled ๐Ÿ˜€
    blathering blatherskite we need a darkwing pop and a gizmoduck pop ๐Ÿ˜€

  188. Beavis and Butt-head is my favorite. I thought it was funny then and today I’m even more fond of the show. The really stupid and absurd things they both did always kept me wondering what they would do next.

  189. Rocko’s modern life is my favorite. Super funny. i still watch it to this day.its the only cartoon i can watch reruns of and still laugh.. wish they were still making them.

  190. Courage the cowardly dog because the message behind it is so incredibly strong just showing that the love from a pet will always be strong for its owner and will do whatever it takes to protect you just shows how much they love you!

  191. Batman: The animated series is my favorite cartoon ever, it showed how smart and tough batman really was and all the villans he put away. kevin conroy and mark hamil were awesome as the voices for joker and batman, I watched pretty much all the 70’s,80’s and 90’s cartoons. it was a great time growing up back then. wish they had more cartoons like that now.

  192. X-men all the way!!!!!!!!!! Still have the whole series on VHS!!!!! It had all of my favorite heroes! Beast in all his awesome glory hanging from the ceiling doing chemistry, Gambit smooth talking Rogue regardless of the consequences, Wolverine in his epic battles against Sabertooth, the greatest portrail of Cyclops, and the conversion of Morph from X-men to super villain due to his capture and left for dead by his former friends, and my the battle against Apocolypse and the Four Horsemen, and reformed villain Archangel. I could go on for years. Saving the VHS tapes that I watched as a kid and a VCR just so I can show my future children the greatest cartoon ever made.

    1. That was a great show i used to watch it on Netflix but they removed it along with the other spider-man show in the 80s’s or 90’s i loved that show

  193. Pinky and the Brain without question. Like a revisiting of the Wile E Coyote and Roadrunner hijinks of past years, but this time the planner has a silly sidekick. And to top it all off, the main character has a Orson Welles sounding voice which is perfect if you have someone trying to take over the world. Hilarious

  194. My favorite 90s show has always been Batman The Animated Series. I always loved this show because of the action the stories the artwork, the characters… Not to mention it was the first appearance ever of one of my Georgie batman villains, Harley Quinn. This is where she came from. First the cartoon then the comic. Love Btas!!

  195. Ren and Stimpy was always my favorite..Thanks for the chance amazing giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  196. My favorite 90s cartoon was and still is The Simpsons because they were the first real family cartoon on TV, until the kids didn’t grow up, lol. Homer also reminds me of my Dad.

  197. Animaniacs. It was wonderfully chaotic in all its simplicity. Plus, to this day you’ll still never convince me they aren’t living in that Burbank water tower.

  198. My favorite 90’s cartoon has to be Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers cause these are my favorite Disney characters plus they were always a big part of the Disney afternoon lineup once I got home from school and turned on the tv while having a snack to watch the whole lineup leading to Rescue Rangers.

  199. My favorite was the rugrats.
    I watched them every time they came on.
    Never missed an episode.

  200. My Favorite 90’s cartoon has to be Poke’mon because it pretty much was my whole childhood. First game for my Gameboy when I was about 7 or 8 was Poke’mon Blue Version. After playing the game I started watching the series. I would wake up every Saturday morning with all the happiness and anticipation like every 90’s kid did. Till this day I am still a devoted Poke’maniac and always will be as it played such a big role in my childhood.

  201. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, would watch it with my siblings every time it was on.

  202. Spiderman. Catchy tune and captured the comic book well. Reminded me of being a kid and instead of reading it, i got to watch it!! YES !

  203. Hm, my favorite 90’s cartoon was probably Rugrats because that seemed to be the one I watched all the time. I remember the episode where they shrunk down and went in I think Chucky’s stomach to get the watermelon seed. That episode actually freaked me out a lot haha.

  204. The Simpsons- simply the best animated series ever. It is still topical and funny some twenty years on, that should tell you something.

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