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  1. § lily Email said on :
    I have always been a fan of Freakizoid. xD How can you resist a song where at the end the writers talk about losing their jobs if people don’t watch!? Pure magic. 😀
  2. § Nicki Email said on :
  3. § Wolfie G. Nards® Email said on :
    I think MASK was more of a boy’s cartoon. You had to be all about transforming cars with little action figure men… it was little more than dollar signs.

    I completely forgot about Camp Candy though! As to the others I’d probably take Tiny Toons over Animaniacs.

    And Freakizoid was actually a pretty good show. Weird though, which I liked. It was probably a little after my time though, if I wasn’t a teenager yet I most likely had hair growing in funny places.
  4. § lily Email said on :
    Whhhaaat, AFTER you time?! Freakizoid is timeless, you can be 53 and love that show!

    (although I hear people older then 53 dont like it, but I think they are not really the target audience…)
  5. § Holden Email said on :
    Freakizoid is timeless [2]
    What about Powerpuff Girls theme?
  6. § Wolfie G. Nards® Email said on :
    While, the my top list wasn’t explicitly limited to the 80’s, that’s when I think cartoon theme songs hit a certain stride. A bad catchy song… a roll call… things that transform.
    Powerpuff Girls does offer a classic example of the hero/villain clash. Group of heroes on one side, villains on the other, running toward the middle.
  7. § luis Email said on :
    I dont have a top 5 , but the funky phantom was a favorite , not sure if it was the theme or the the way he spoke , perhaps a bit of both !!!

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