Top Most Nostalgic TV Cartoons Of My Childhood

Top 35 Most Nostalgic TV Cartoons Of My Childhood


I really don’t know where to start, Pokemon was my favorite and most watched cartoons of my childhood. I saw every episode of the first season and collected the cards, as well as saw a few of the movies. Pokemon was an anime created in 1997 by Takeshi Shudo, which was based off the video game series of the same name, which I never played. Pokemon is essentially a show about a boy named Ash, who wanted to be a the worlds greatest Pokemon trainer, and he embarks on a journey to capture all the Pokemon and win Pokemon tournaments. On his journey, he meets two friends, Ash and Misty, who follow him on his journey. On his quest, Ash defeats different Pokemon trainers and captures lots of Pokemon.


2.Courage the Cowardly Dog


During the early 2000s, most cartoons were generally very happy and heart warming. Shows like Fairly Odd Parents, Totally Spies, and My Life as a Teenage Robot, rarely left you uneasy. And you never doubted how the episodes would end. However Courage the Cowardly Dog was a show about scary monsters. That look like could be straight out of some Steven King book or an old horror movie. Wasn’t really the most kid friendly show, yet it had to be one of, if not my all time favorite cartoon of the 2000s. 



Arthur is a cartoons created by children’s book author, Marc Brown, who created the illustrated book series in the mid 70s . In 1995, Brown decided to transfer his popular book series to a children’s cartoon. Arthur is one of the first cartoon I remember watching, going as far back to kindergarten and 1st grade. He was really the most simple and predictable show. About an Aardvark family living in a town with other animals that resembled humans. Arthur and his friends from school would hang out and do things most 10 year olds would, riding his bike, working on homework. Simply coming up with imaginary scenarios in his head. As an adult, you can see the simplicity of this show and straight forwardness. But as a kid, you never knew what Arthur was going to do next.


4.SpongeBob SquarePants

Like I put it, you’d literally have to be living under a rock not to know what SpongeBob cartoons is, ironic since SpongeBob’s best friend Patrick lives under a rock. The show focuses on the life of a sponge who lives in a pineapple in the middle of the ocean. Along with his 2 neighbors, I dimwitted starfish who lives under a rock named Patrick, and an irritable, artistic squid named Squidward. Who’s house resembles a tiki head statue. SpongeBob goes to work at the Krusty Krab, where he serves burgers called Krabby Patties to his customers. Along with Squidward who works as a cashier. Their boss, Mr. Krabs is a greedy, cheap, laid back crab who does whatever it takes to make and save money.

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