“Get real.” Rugrats 4 Lyfe.
Let’s be honest, these baddies were the real reason you tuned in every weekday afternoon.
There’s more than just Daria and Helga.
How is Daria influencing Comedy Central, and are the illustrators of Rugrats creepy?
Moon prism power, know what I’m sayin’?
Artist Isiah Stephens imagines some of your favorite ’90s cartoon kids as the hip, sophisticated adults they all inevitably became. They grow up so fast.
Did we really need an animated version of Laverne & Shirley?
No matter what, your ears are going to look VERY different.
Are you zany to the max like the Animaniacs or self-conscious like Rocko’s Modern Life?
Chances are, if you grew up in the ’90s — and watched — your heart was set secretly aflutter by at least one of these cartoon cuties.
These songs are guaranteed to have you bouncing here and there and everywhere.
These classic ’90s cartoons are ranked from best to worst (woo oo!).
The Rugrats’ resident queen bee may have been a bossy narcissist, but she always got what she wanted out of life.
Basically, you’re already over this list.
These tattoos are the best way to commemorate your childhood.
They were the absolute worst.
The folks over at Screen Junkies have compiled a video of some well-known celebrities that you might not know voiced classic cartoon characters.
How could we have forgotten some of these animated classics?!
These disturbing images created by DeviantART user Tohad — for his “BADASS” series — might just destroy your childhood.
Because it wasn’t all about Power Rangers, Furbies, and Beanie Babies.
Holy crap, Doug Funnie is 33?!
How could we have forgotten about the animated treasure that was Hammerman?!
This classic ’90s cartoon could have been about ducks.
These 10 hilarious pictures, from CollegeHumor, show that it might not be too different then your college experience. Created by artist Caldwell Tanner.
This joke was slipped in and probably went over all of our heads.
Artist *DigitalTofu has brought the Gargoyles back to life. Now Disney, PLEASE release the DVD’s of Season 2, Volume 2
and Season 3.