What are you talking about? Trigun was ok.
I used to watch this as a small child and had a toy from it but I had to search hard to find out it's name.
The girl was hot as fuck and plain as fuck too. But reminded me of my cousin.
Those other two characters looked like they either come from other shows as guest characters or theyre cheap ripoffs of something.
Also terrible anime/western blend as always from that studio.
only knew the show by name and looked up r34 of the girl about a year or two ago
it was disappointing
>Archie's Weird Mysteries.
>Megaman NT Warrior.
>That one wit a bunch of teens who ran a high school radio station on ytv late st night.
Not that they're all bad. Just forgotten.
I'm running out of bad nostalgia. Do I win yet?
>>Megaman NT Warrior.
I remember Martin Mystery very well!
Okay I remember the characters.
Okay I remember one character.
Okay I rememember I wanted to fuck her.
Most of the PBS shows aren't forgettable to the people who watched them, since normally they were kids who only had network TV and any cartoon they were both allowed and able to watch was a godsend.
With one exception. I could not for any price tell you the plot of one episode of this show from memory.
I fucking loved this show, but nobody save my brother seems to remember it when I bring it up.
It also had a sweet as fuck opening:
God, I remember a comment made on /co/ years ago about this show..."It's like they dug up Tex Avery's grave, took a big shit on his corpse, ate the shit, took an even bigger shit on his body before closing the coffin lid and re-burying him."
No one remembers Peter Pan and The Pirates and it was a fucking amazing show
That's fucked up. Just the other day (probably 4 by my count) I was minding my own business, having a cigarette, and I go "Oh yeah, WildC.A.T.s had a Saturday morning cartoon show in the 90s." Regardless, I refuse to accept WIldC.A.T.s as more forgettable than Ultraforce.
Literally every movement is tweened.
I really doubt it, given it being an early CGI series and all. The animators behind that made this about a decade before.
Yeah I had all three of the Centurions, plus the main villain. Of course I was young enough that the armor pieces got lost all the fucking time, and now I'm not sure I even have any full sets anymore.
i can top all of this shit.
Did you know Swamp Thing had a show in the 90's?
I lost mine ages ago of course, but lately I've been pricing replacing them (when, you know, I'm not fighting to keep gas in the car and food in the fridge).
The glowing one in particular was my favorite because he had cactuses on him. That's killer! Imagine a motherfucker punches you and he gets cactus needled all in his fist.
Wasn't it just repurposed Tiny Toons shorts?
One episode I'll always remember is that one where that dumb bitch kept on talking about her grandma.
Not Maya. Another dumb bitch.
>WB's first attempt to be like Spongebob failed spectacularly
Took forever for me to find this image. Couldn't remember the name of the show.
Anyone remember Centurions?
>mummies giving you boners
This should not happen, but it does.
Did that show had some floating cities? Because it's reminding me of a show that did.
You want forgettable? You want Obscure? Ladies and GentleAnons.... I give you the Legend of the Hawaiian Slammers
what the fuck was the deal with this show?
Old Cartoon Network had a lot of boring stuff, I can barely remember anything of it.
who else remembers this other mummy show?
I'm gonna throw this in along with the CGI show from the late 90s.
Was this actually a good show? I remember it had some cool ideas, but beyond that I have nothing.
Back to the thread:
I remember this show from time to time, then I weep.
Damn I was gonna post this one.
A family of secret agents.
Also I remember trying to look for a clip from the Mucha Lucha movie that had Penn but I couldn't find it online.
I rewatched this and I was utterly disappointed by how non-existant the choreography was. Kinda like Megas XLR, but without the kickass guitar theme.
Loved it just like kids next door. Filmore was the only detective show done right where they let the viewer actually form his own opinions about who is the culprit without the main character taking ahead of him.
All I remember is how anti-fun it was.
>My dad is a rich rockstar and is as crazy and badass as Beetlejuice.
>bohohoho how horrible my life is.
Dumb kid. I especially hated the one episode where he wants to fuck this blondie and in the end her parents move to Alaska and that is how it ends.
That wimpy beta kid ruined what could have been a really entertaining show. Fuck whoever thought of adding him.
I'm trying to remember this cartoon where there is this goth girl, and she hates this happy go lucky girl at her school with bright-colored hair. Does anybody know what I'm talking about? I can't think of much else to describe it.
vendetta's always making fiends
while charlotte makes friends
Yeah. The Weekenders. It only had 13 episodes, but they gave each character a decent amount of screentime and personality. Even the villain was entertaining as hell.
If it happened in a fantasy world then it would have been amazing.
I think you're thinking of something else
Yeah I was like that's definitely not the weekenders, though that was a great cartoon
I was actually thinking of this. Now that I see it I realize I described it and misremembered it very poorly but yeah it was definitely this. How coincidental that they posted it right after my post.
I know Fighting Foodons was technically an anime but Fried Ricer was my nigga
that's crazy, your description of the show reminded me of making fiends, but I didn't think it was what you were talking about
RUDY'S GOT THE CHALK
Oh my God.
I get brief glimpses of this cartoon from time to time but holy shit. Thank you.
I will always remember this show because I masturbated for the first time when this was on in the background, I had just discovered ZONE on Newgrounds and I stuck my dick between my couch cushions and fucked it until I came. Good times.
I only remember not knowing whether it was actually Japanese or not, and at one point in some random episode, FOR NO REASON, a super hot giantess walked over the main cast. One of the monkeys was attracted to her, meaning that one has great taste. This character was not seen for the rest of the episode, which seems to have been some weird dream episode or something.
I was just remembering this show the other day. I love you anon.
Also I remember liking the Buzz on Maggie a lot, but I rewatched it a while ago and it's not as good as I wanted it to be.
Also remembering that if there is a black female character in a cartoon, they are voiced by Cree Summer.
this was a weird short on Nicktoons, along with Leader Dog
Then the weird art style change
And the dog was basically Jake the Dog from Adventure Time
Don't remember much aside from mistaking the monsters as xenomorphs
Perhaps you remember the movie, but do you remember the cartoon?
That theme song still haunts me here and there.
Im pretty sure nobody remembers CRO.
Even a name is kinda forgettable.
But the opening song and setting/idea is great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfgp3yNH70k
It's a cromagnon boy (english is not my language) adopted by family of neanth(d?)ertals and his Mammoth friend that then falls in a put and freezes and being un-freezed in 90s and tells the story about CRO. (why im telling this with my language. it's what the opening song tells kek)
I remember loving the books for Wayside School, I never thought they'd get a cartoon
I'm trying to remember this one cartoon about a teenage girl who hangs out with her friends, and the style was straight up anime style.
>That theme song still haunts me here and there.
i LOVED surprise eggs! they were way better than Kinder Surprise with neat little action figures inside.
i didnt forgot it but mainly because im a dinofag. I guess people who dont like dinosaurs dont remember this show. (but i admit that this show is an utter garbage)
Everything but the theme song and Phil were all kinda forgettable... and the terrible, terrible thing that is "Mung". The personification of what kids think of when anyone says "vegetables".
Regardless of the quality of the show I loved Storm Hawks for it's setting. Sky Ship world with a hint of tech magic from the crystals...oh yea
I doubt anybody remembers this
I'm trying to find this cartoon about bats. Not like anthropomorphic bats like Silverwing, like they were straight up bats. I remember the librarian at my elementary school let us watch it sometimes because her daughter worked on it but I can't find it at all.
I also think it might have been Canadian?
We may have a winner. I have a legit disguise fetish and I could barely watch it. That being said I'll take a shot.
This show is so forgotten i can find 1st world country youtube entry of it.
Sea Dogs. i dont remember that much except for super cheerful intro that made me think that my childhood wasnt so lonely and shitty.
Oh look it's CAPTAIN SIMIAN AND THE SPACE MONKEYS!
Main villain voiced by Malcolm McDowel and Firefly ripped off the main character which ripped off Han Solo.
Show was good though but I never seen nobody ever talk about it, no sir. That's one sexy monkey bitch though.
So much fun!
i DARE you to remember Insectors. From the age of Reboot.
I actually liked it for insect-robots
I won't lie, I forgot about League of Super Evil for a long time.
I rewatched it and liked it.
Haven't seen this mentioned ever.
Nick had a few oddly 3D-ish shows a few years back, along with their Ironman show and whatever the hell else they were showing at the time. Chum Chum and Fanboy along with Mighty B are the only ones I think that were showing? Maybe that one meat show too? Mr. Meat or something?
Max Steel was my fucking jam back in the day, i still own some of the toys that i used to collect, every fucking year of my childhood i would ask my parents to buy me one, i watched every single movie and i still love some of the characters, Elementor was my first husbando
I remember nothing about this, but the art style was decent
I'm trying to find this western cartoon that has an anime style, that's like a shitty teenage drama about this nerdy girl and her group of friends
>people bitch about kids these days watching shit like Steven universe
>they forget our generation had to deal with shit like this, Mega babies and super duper sumos
I mean, i bet there are people who got into scat and fat because of these shows, but its not one of the shows we remember these days
the Nicktoon "three delivery"
magic ching chong garbage, awful animation... maybe the worst thing on nick ever honestly.
Good show wasn't renewed for second season when Indian people upset about Gandhi took over the TV station in India while the president of MTV was visiting so he was held hostage sure I'm leaving out some details you can read the Wikipedia article
Great fucking taste ITT, Mucha Lucha had great waifus, a interesting world, good humor and a fucking nice finale
Secret show had shit animation but it was really entertaining, it teached me the concept of parallel universes and had one of the best zombie episodes i've ever seen
I found it, it's called My Life Me
Also anyone remember this? By the dude that did Kappa Mikey and Speed Racer The Next Generation. Fucking sucked
I remember Insektors fondly, but in Britain it was rewritten to be more of a gag dub. I saw the American one recently, apparently it's a more faithful script, but I didn't think it was anywhere near as fun.
I win. When your top google images are crappy fanart and the only video is some fat fur's fetish video en espanol. What do I win?
I remember this show now. The main girl wanted to be a manga artist. Hoooooly shit pretty sure my asshole puckered from cringing so hard the first time I watched it. That's probably why it was so hard to remember, by brain tried to make me forget.
See if someone remembers this.
>I win. When your top google images are crappy fanart and the only video is some fat fur's fetish video en espanol. What do I win?
i remember it. in my country it was shown right INSTEAD of showing X-men and i remember how mad and pissed off i was.
What a garbage. i dont even know why would anyone replace X-men with THIS.
Wow. Prob the most responses to an MM OP in a long while
TG is alright. Colorful as fuck, and the main 3 have pretty fun chem. Kinda when Marathon started to decline tho. Still has the usual bounty of waifus/sidefus you'd expect.
Came out during my Eurobeat phase. Actually made it better
I know it's a recent one, but this show should have never existed.
Was this forgettable?
Evil Monochrome Insects.
Good Colourful Insects
Guitars that shoot colour.
The Main character being born a bad guy, but turned into a good guy by being bathed in colour repeatedly as a baby.
Colourful Princess falls in love with Black Prince.
You better fucking believe I remember Insektors
Remember when every movie got a 1 or 2 season cartoon tie-in?
Dat theme is still burned in my brain. Actually pretty gribbly and gross parasites as well.
What? Dude Max Steel was the shit back then, I remember so much about that show, used to own the toys and I remember psycho was the fucking best thing ever, he looked so badass and creepy
They made a cartoon for that lame-ass movie?!
I think this was made by the same guys who did the MiB cartoons
Did you guys have this in the US? All the kids on it were british iirc
Not forgettable but nobody mentions it. Whenever I say Spydogs they think of the shitty live action movies which were cheesy hollywood shit.
There was an episode where the main character slept over at the twin Bulldogs house.
No idea why they decided to make Rick blond though
Anyone remember that cartoon that (I think) focussed on some kinda horror stories?
There was this short kid (he was Goth, I think) and he'd have these "teachable moments".
I vaguely remember one episode revolved around moquitos, and he let one suck his arm because "blah blah biology mosquitos are not so bad"
Back when the theme-song of your show introduced everyone, also tons of 90's gross-out humor that no one really liked but tolerated.
These shits didn't realize that Ren and Stimpy "had" gross-out humor, but it wasn't the only trait.
I remember the amazon village having huts shaped like tits.
This one was so forgettable...it was fake.
>No Eek! The Cat
I see my generation is poorly represented. I will now leave the internet to play golf and adult.
I remember Dentention, I saw an episode of it, but I don't recall Generation O.
I remember really liking the one episode of Detention, but the show just kind of suddenly disappeared.
Same here, but unfortunately that VHS release seems to be the only one. There's no DVD and you tube episodes are hit and miss.
There was also a comic book from Harvey
Maybe not cartoons, but old, shit and forgotten.
Plus, I jacked it to the redhead so many times, so I don't mind remembering this turd.
It was- I remember being profoundly dissappointed that it wasn't related to that series of short cartoons.
Also, obligatory forgotten cartoon.
Also, tell me, does anyone rember this cartoon: A canadian show, had some little kid in a red hoodie and brown hair partnered up with a big secret agent with blonde hair? The only thing I remember was that one episode had them investigating a secret base with a weird enigmatic guy with sci-fi stuff, they kick his ass, the base started shifting and suddenly it's revealed the place was actually an alien UFO the whole time, with the guys face floating up in the water as a rubber mask.
funny enough Cree Summer was in there, but only as a singing voice for one episode. Otherwise, it was mostly whoever Tamika's VA was and Jennifer Hale doing all the female voices (outside the asian girl)
>jacked it to the redhead so many times
You mean the google head with no tits?
I remember having a hour long drunken discussion with my friends about what ethnicity the little girl on the left was supposed to be during a marathon of that show on cartoon network back in the day.
We decided that she is every ethnicity at once.