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The title says it all, this was inspired by my friend killedbyaspork and mine IM convo, yes from like 80s to the 60s

Mine is Scooby Doo, cause its a ****ing talking dog!

So whats your favorite retro cartoon?
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Mobile Suit: Gundam (1979)
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Mobile Suit: Gundam (1979)



gundam was ****ing awesome...

but Scooby Doo was bad ass as well...
and who can forget the smurfs...
lets here a bit about the smurfs from a good friend of mine...
http://youtube.com/watch?v=gTWjPHfXnUE
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gundam was ****ing awesome...

but Scooby Doo was bad ass as well...
and who can forget the smurfs...
lets here a bit about the smurfs from a good friend of mine...
http://youtube.com/watch?v=gTWjPHfXnUE


god that show was amazing.....
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Transformers. pfft, as if there could be another answer.......that wasn't THUNDERCATS!


OMG!!!! THUNDER CATS!!!! HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


they have every episode on DVD at this store in my town. its been so long since I've seen that.
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Transformers. pfft, as if there could be another answer.......that wasn't THUNDERCATS!


a kid in my math class calls me thundercat, cause my hair was all poofy like theirs i guess
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a kid in my math class calls me thundercat, cause my hair was all poofy like theirs i guess

At least he doesn't call you poofy hair, which essentially means homo hair in scotland.
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Voltron
Tom and Jerry
Astroboy


Also, not retro, but Auggh! They're Monsters is the most BADASS cartoon from my childhood by far.
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Mobile Suit: Gundam (1979)


The only reason I would pick that is because it was the first time in my life rooted for the bad guys.

I was in 3rd grade when I first saw it, and I wanted Amuro Ray dead so bad.

Especially that one episode when the Doms first show up. They were SOOOO close, but, of course, Afro Boy prevailed.


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Anyway, I'll say Jonny Quest.

That show was so far ahead of its time, not to mention it's simply gorgeous.

Hanna-Barabara were gods among men all the way through the 90s, and then some.. A majority of the best Cartoon Cartoons on Cartoon Network (Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Lab, Cow and Chicken etc.) were all Hanna-Barbara. That alone is amazing, not to mentiont their vast, amazing history.

All hail Hanna-Barbara.
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At least he doesn't call you poofy hair, which essentially means homo hair in scotland.


lol im glad im not in scotland....cause my hair gets really poofy.....
We fear violence less than our own feelings. Personal, private, solitary pain is more terrifying than what anyone else can inflict.
Jim Morrison