The Nostalgia Critic is back and with him he brings with him a list of the Top 11 Nostalgic Animated Shows.
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still there is some people that believe that shows for children have to be pink and Friendly, with no drama or strong background… that is just sad…. especially when you see the show of nowadays… ponnies… fashion… only long commercials for marketing.
Okay, so here are my thoughts on this list.
#11: Never saw it. Didn’t even know it existed until seeing this video. Slimer sounds/acts like a retard or something.
#10: Never seen or heard of it until seeing Critic videos.
#9: Never saw it as a kid. Saw a bunch of episodes a few years ago. Thought it was okay.
#8: Never saw it as a kid. Saw a few episodes a few years ago. Wasn’t into it.
#7: Never seen or heard of it until seeing Critic videos.
#6: Never seen it.
#5: Never saw it as a kid. Saw a few episodes a few years ago. Thought it was okay.
#4: Never seen it.
#3: Never saw it as a kid. Saw an episode or two a few years ago. Wasn’t into it.
#2: Only saw a few episodes as a kid. Saw a bunch a few years ago. Thought it was okay.
#1: Never saw it as a kid. Saw a few episodes a few years ago. Thought it was okay.
#11.It was a very fun one
#10.didn’t saw it but from all what saw quite good
#9.It was wonderful
#8.Sick and hilarious
#7.Not good.Snake eyes was the only good part
#5.This was a very fun show
#4.One of the best cartoons.I say thank you to the makers for coming up with this cartoon.April yes
#3.Fuck yes this one is awesome
#2.I prefer Freakazoid and Pinkey and the brain
#1. How is this not one of the best cartoons
Out of all these, only really watched Batman. I grew up in the late 90’s early 2000’s though. Twas’ Ed, Edd, and eddy or Dexter’s Lab, and stuff on Cartoon Network for me. I rarely watched WB kids.
I grew up with some of the late 90’s and the 2000’s. That means I definitely watched Animaniacs, Fairly Odd Parents (Favorite), Danny Phantom (Favorite), X-Men (I can relate to on a deep level because of my Autism and the parallels that X-Men’s theme of curing mutants has with people wanting to cure Autism; so favorite), Avatar: The Last Airbender (Favorite), Code: Lyoko (Favorite), The Tick, I believe I did see only one episode of Ren and Stimpy but I didn’t really understand it (I was eight at the time and it involved Ren moving into a cave after Stimpy ticked him off), Tom and Jerry, Scooby Doo, and some other things that I can’t remember.
As you can see by my favorites, I am more in for characters and plot than just pure zaniness (and gross out humor, which I do like in moderation and not in oceans of puke). But hey, I can handle crazy stuff. That’s a reason why my most favorite villain who go converted is Discord (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic).
Why is Ghostbuster not in the top 11 of the most catchy theme song? Everybody is crazy shit about it; they play it RELIGIOUSLY at each friggin’ impro league at my town! Don’t know if it’s catchy, but it’s sure stay in the mind for DAYS!!!
About the shows… they all look so interestings, but I never saw them. Maybe because I was born in the 90 and not in the 80, my friend Milou know and saw all of them (he’s 28, I’m 22, six years make a great difference when you’re young). And there’s another reason : we didn’t have cable when I was kid, only boring tv news channel. I had to play sick on school day to be send to my great-aunt and finally watch cartoons! Or she sometimes record some of my favorites shows on VHS to give me as surprise gift! So yeah, turn out I was more of a book kid than a TV kid, didn’t have much of a choice, but I’m glad at the end I didn’t see all the terribles things you love to critic. A good for a bad, but still enjoy so much what you’re doing, made me dicover new shows.