Andhe Children’s Day is approaching, and with it nostalgia sets in, and they take advantage of the holiday to remember childhood. Others want to relive with their children those cartoons that filled them with happiness.
And luckily for many, many of the animated series are available on streaming platforms, which makes it easy to experience different episodes of these cartoons.
That’s why at MARCA Claro, We’re counting down the best cartoons that became popular in the 80s and 90s. Do you remember anyone else?
1. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe have undergone a renaissance in recent months with the arrival of a new series in the netflix, but the one that stole the affection of all fans is the one that came out in the 80s. In it we see Prince Adam of Eternia fighting for good against Skeletor.
2. The Super Champions (Captain Tsubasa)
One of the most popular corresponds to Super Champions. In this anime, we can watch the adventures of Oliver Atom in his process of becoming a world football star.
3. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo achieved one of the most successful animated films in which we see these mutants fight in New York against the Krang clan as Shredder to bring justice to the city. They are also big fans of pizza.
4. Sailor Moon
It tells us the story of Usagi Tsukino, a shy teenage girl who one day meets a cat named Luna who transforms her into Sailor Moon, a superhero who must defeat the enemies of the planet and put an end to the Dark Kingdom.
5. Grind the cowardly dog
Among the most famous cartoons of the 1990s is Courage the Cowardly Dog. In it, we observe the adventures of a dog who strives to protect his owners’ farm from various threats.
6. The Flintstones
Although The Flintstones was originally from the 1960s, it became a big hit in Latin America in the 1980s and 1990s. This Hanna-Barbera animated film is about the life of a family living in the age of dinosaurs, but with many of the conveniences of the 20th century. As well as the constant madness of Pedro Flintstone to Pedro Murmur.
These feline aliens battle Mumm-Ra to protect their new home. ThunderCats began airing in 1985 and immediately gained widespread acceptance among children.
8. Mazinger Z
A robot called Mazinger Z confronts the forces of Dr. Infierno (Dr. Hell). Alongside his comrades, he competes against other evil robots.
9. Heidi, the girl from the Alps
Heidi, an orphan girl, is taken to her grandfather’s house who is grumpy at first, but little by little manages to love his granddaughter. Although it was created in the 1970s, it continued with great relevance in the 1980s and is still remembered today.
10. The Knights of the Zodiac
Knights of the Zodiac tells the story of warriors fighting on behalf of the goddess Athena. In multiple sagas, the group strives to protect Earth from multiple enemies of great power.
This is an anime about an orphan girl named Candy who lives in an orphanage. In the chapters, we watch this girl grow into her adolescence and a more mature stage.
12. The Galactic Falcons
It tells the story of heroes with metal bodies and wings who live in the 29th century. They seek to fight the forces of evil that threaten the Limbo galaxy. It also highlights the Copper Child, who gives teachings or advice at the end of each chapter.
13. The Jetsons
These cartoons tell us the story of a family living in the future, the story takes place in 2062. and various technological advances are seen as houses hanging in the air. Although it was created in the 1960s, it also had a big impact on several children in the 1980s.
14. Ed, Ed and Eddie
A popular 1990 Cartoon Network cartoon that tells the life of three friends who are looking for money to buy candy and they are not very popular in the neighborhood. His plans are usually thwarted by numerous problems with his ideas.
15. Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z
The series featuring Goku follows his efforts with his friends to try and protect Earth in the face of great threats that seek to conquer the planet or destroy human beings.
Why is April 30th Children’s Day?
Children’s Day originally arose as a commemoration of the child victims left behind by the First World War. Although guarantees for infantrymen were established on April 30, 1924, it was not until a year later On the same date as the World Conference on the Welfare of Children, this day was officially announced.