By: M. A. Paiva
The majority of us had a plain childhood, waking up in the morning to watch our favorite cartoon planting in our grandmother's yard.
Here are some of the top ten cartoons we used to watch as children that mostly everyone forgot:
1. Charlie and Lola
Lauren Child's clever stories about the triumph of imagination feature two loving, amusing siblings for a feast of pleasure. Laugh heartily at Lola's clever antics, but reserve a cheer for Charlie, the gentle, patient older brother we all wish we had.
2. Glitter force
This show is about a magical squad of five girls that Queen Euphoria enlisted Candy to put together in order to prevent Emperor Nogo from ruining the planet.
Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, and Shaggy Rogers, along with their talking Great Dane Scooby-Doo, solve mysteries involving apparently supernatural entities through a series of shenanigans and mishaps in this iconic cartoon series.
4. Teen titans
A group of five adolescent superheroes protects the world from a slew of villains in their city while dealing with the issues that all teenagers confront nowadays.
5. PowerPuff Girls
Blossom (pink), Bubbles (blue), and Buttercup (buttercup) are three kindergarten-aged children with a variety of superpowers who go on adventures (green).
6. Tom and Jerry
The animation follows an unlucky cat in his never-ending search for a crafty mouse. Jerry is the feisty mouse, while Tom is the scheming cat. The series was mostly driven by action and visual humour, with the characters rarely speaking.
7. Roger Rabbit
The film follows Eddie Valiant, a private investigator who must exonerate Roger Rabbit, a toon who has been framed for the murder of the Acme Corporation's owner, in a 1947 version of Hollywood where cartoon characters (often referred to as "toons") and people co-exist.
8. The Nightmare before Christmas
It relates the narrative of Jack Skellington, the King of "Halloween Town," who accidentally stumbles onto "Christmas Town" and gets captivated with the holiday's celebration.
9. Lilo and Stich:
After learning of Stitch's other 625 experiment "cousins," he and Lilo set out to find them, reform them, and welcome them into their ever-growing ohana. Along the journey, he learns more about life on Earth.
10. The iron giant
The story revolves around a young kid named Hogarth Hughes who discovers and befriends a huge alien robot during the Cold War in 1957. Hogarth tries to stop the US military and Kent Mansley, a paranoid federal agent, from finding and destroying the Giant with the help of a beatnik artist named Dean McCoppin.