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Popular Cartoons From the '80s

Popular Cartoons From the '80s - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Have you ever wondered what Saturday morning cartoons were like in the '80s? Check out the most popular cartoons from the past!

Flash back to the '80s when the coolest things were Saturday morning cartoons, from G.I. Joe to the Smurfs! Of the many action/adventure 'toons that filled the mornings of every '80s kid, some are still popular today. Read on to find out the 411 on these oldies but goodies!

'80s Cartoons - Care Bears

Care Bears are bears with a mission - they teach peeps how to care! With characters like Tenderheart Bear and Love-A-Lot Bear, these furry friends help others by showing kindness. Each Care Bear has a special power, related to the symbol on its stomach, and they unite to fight off enemies with the Care Bear Stare!
Time: Daily at 3PM on TV Tome, and 9:30AM and 1PM on YTV.

'80s Cartoons - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

He-Man is the alter ego of Prince Adam, ruler of the planet Eternia. When the prince raises his sword and yells "By the power of Grayskull, I have the power", he transforms into He-Man, the most powerful man in the universe! The mighty buff dude and his fierce companion, Battle Cat, fight evil Skeletor, who rules over the dark hemisphere.
Time: Fridays on the Cartoon Network, and Saturdays at 5:30AM on YTV.

'80s Cartoons - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe on DVD

On October 18, 2005, theHe-Man and the Masters of the Universe - Season One, Volume 1 DVD drops. It has 33 episodes of digitally remastered He-Man cartoons on six DVDs plus two collectible art cards, two documentaries about He-Man and his buddies and info about all the heroes and villains. The best part about this DVD set is that all the classic cartoon episodes look great!
He-Man Season One DVD Rating:5

'80s Cartoons - Justice League of America

Sometimes, a single hero isn't enough to save the world. That's when all the greatest superheroes, such as The Flash, Superman, and Wonder Woman, team up to fight the villains!
Time: Sundays at 10:30PM on the Cartoon Network, and at 12AM on YTV.

'80s Cartoons - Spider-Man

This popular cartoon, which has recently been made into successful blockbusters, follows the adventures of Peter Parker. Peter develops superhuman powers after being bitten by a genetically mutated spider. He struggles to lead a normal life, even though he's constantly saving peeps from danger. Even his on-again, off-again relationship with redhead Mary Jane Watson is an adventure worth tuning into!
Time: Fridays at 10PM on MTV, and 9PM on YTV.

'80s Cartoons - Transformers

Transformers is definitely "more than meets the eye"! This hugely popular cartoon about intelligent robots shows the struggle between the peaceful Autobots and the bad Decepticons. The Decepticons set out to dominate the planet Cybertron, which results in a war of good vs. evil. Time: Mondays at 6:30AM on the Cartoon Network, and Fridays at 6:30PM on YTV.

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What's Your Fave '80s Cartoon?

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