Iconic cartoon shows from your childhood
'The Bugs Bunny Show' (1960-2000) - With his time in the spotlight spanning decades, it really seems like everyone's grown up with Bugs Bunny.
Pokémon (1997–present) - Pokémon is a spectacularly successful Japanese media franchise.
'The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!' (1989) - In the 1980s everybody, it seemed, was playing the video games 'Super Mario Bros.
'Jem' (1985–1988) - Also known as 'Jem and the Holograms,' this popular animated musical television series centers around record company owner Jerrica Benton
'Inspector Gadget' (1983–1986) - The 'Inspector Gadget' cartoon series debuted in 1983
'The Smurfs' (1981–1989) - 'The Smurfs' hail from Belgium and in fact made their first appearance as far back as 1958.
'SpongeBob Square Pants' (1999–present) - This animated comedy TV series follows the adventures of a super-cute yellow porous sponge with square pants.
'Care Bears' (1985) - The 'Care Bears' were originally created in 1981 as characters for a children's book.
'Garfield and Friends' (1988–1994) - 'Garfield and Friends' follows the exploits of lovable ginger tomcat Garfield and his buddies.
'The Transformers' (1984–1987) - The first season of 'The Transformers' introduced audiences to what would become one of the most successful media franchise.
'He-Man and the Masters of the Universe' (1983–1985) - Based on Mattel's toy line Masters of the Universe, this animated series was one of the must-sees of the 1980s.
'X-Men: The Animated Series' (1992–1997) - The 'X-Men' superhero film series is one of the biggest movie franchises of recent years.
'The Simpsons' (1989–present) - This satirical take on American life is epitomized by the manically dysfunctional Simpson family.
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' (1987–1996) - Another world-famous media franchise, 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'