Argentinian illustrator Ashton Cola drew inspiration from his favorite cartoon shows from the '80s and '90s, re-creating the same character in different styles. Your task is to guess the source of his inspiration.
No doubt inspired by Lois from Family Guy.
The other one, in case it looked familiar, is an homage to American Dad.
She looks just like Ash from Pokémon!
While the other one was inspired by Goku from Dragon Ball Z.
Excuse me? It's Daria.
La la la la la. God save the '90s and the MTV from those times. As for the other character, it was inspired by Jem and the Holograms, another gem, but from the '80s.
A talking dogA baby dinosaurA friendly robotThree handsome husbands
She's meant to resemble Jane Jetson, wife of the future and owner of Rosie the robot.
You remember Rosie, right? The lovely robot that helped around the Jetsons' house?
Clearly inspired by Wilma Flintstone!
That pearl necklace is a dead giveaway.
The big-eyed girl is a character inspired by Dexter's Laboratory.
While the unibrow character is from Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold!.
Didi from Rugrats only has two boys: Tommy and Dylan.
The other one is inspired by our beloved Marge from The Simpsons, who has two daughters: Lisa and Maggie.
It's Lucy Van Pelt from Peanuts.
Linus's sourpuss older sister.
The bluish-green boy is best friends with Doug (from the show of the same name), who is in love with Patti Mayonnaise.
A cat like Garfield.
But of course, this character was inspired by John, the owner of the feline who loves lasagna.
Can You Match The Drawing To The Cartoon?
Though you have your favorite children's shows, they're few and far between. You've always preferred other things to sitting down to watch cartoons, and that's perfectly fine. Each person has their own interests, and talking little creatures aren't among yours.
You had a lovely childhood that included a diverse variety of children's shows. You longingly remember the names of your favorite characters as if it were yesterday and sometimes wish you'd have the time to relive the old days. However, the truth is that adult life gets in the way of sitting down to watch Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network as much as you'd love to.
CONGRATULATIONS. You're one of the few people who has conquered this quiz. Not only was your childhood great, but you also have a nostalgic side that allows you to connect to your favorite cartoons. Keep it up — life is more fun this way.
The Jetsons, The Flintstones, and the Peanuts specials first aired in the 1960s. An earlier version of this post misidentified the decades when they aired.
Lucy is Linus's sourpuss older sister. An earlier version of this post swapped the van Pelts' ages.