10 Childhood Cartoons I Wish I’d Seen More Of

Man, childhood. Those are the carefree years, where you don’t worry about getting a job, the state of the world, or even having arguments about religion on internet message boards. No these were the good old days when all you had to worry about was having television networks compete over your attention span with cartoons. Not that this was really something we worried about; it’s why life was great!

But for some of us, me especially, there were a lot of shows we never got to see all that much of because of a variety of reasons, including not having cable at the time. Sometimes I’d catch glimpses of shows I only dreamed I could watch more of when I stayed at someone else’s house, or stayed in a hotel. Don’t get me wrong, I saw plenty of shows as a kid, including Swat Kats, Batman: The Animated Series, Power Rangers, Digimon, and many others. Maybe it’s simply a “grass is greener on the other side” thing, but I always used to think the ones I never saw were so much cooler.

So in no particular order, here are 10 different shows I always wished I could see more of.

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CN’s Saturday Lineup: Timeskips and Decency

I’m really proud of Cartoon Network right now. Despite their weirdness of having freakin’ reality TV shows (what the hell?) and dropping amazing shows like Teen Titans or not buying up new seasons of them like Secret Saturdays, they have a really good lineup right now. Aside from their good comedy shows like Regular Show, Adventure Time or sometimes Mad, they have their Saturday morning action show lineup. Which is, by the way, incredibly good.

This Saturday in particular was an excellent example. I mean, Thundercats was just alright like usual, and while the Pokemon Black & White episode was really good, the show can be a little dull sometimes as well. But Green Lantern and Young Justice really just highly impressed me.

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