Cartoon Classics: The Proud Family

My last few reviews have been of shows from Nickelodeon, but this particular show is unique because unlike the other shows, this one is from the Disney Channel. The Disney Channel is a channel I’m slightly more familiar with, and while I didn’t grow up watching it, I would occasionally catch certain shows in passing at either my baby sitter’s house or at a friend’s house. But despite this, I had never even heard of…

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Cartoon Classics: Hey Arnold!

Created by animator Craig Bartlett, Hey Arnold! aired on Nickelodeon from 1998 to 2004, with a movie under the same name releasing in 2002. What’s interesting about this particular show is that while it officially ended in 2004, the story doesn’t stop there: in 2017, more than 10 years after the show’s cancellation, Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie was released on November 24th. Even with a movie being coming out a decade after the show…

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Cartoon Classics: Fairly Odd Parents

Fairly Odd Parents was a children’s cartoon that aired on Nickelodeon in 2001, and ran until 2006. In 2007, it was revived and ran for more seasons until it officially ended in 2017. The show actually originated from a 7 minute short film created in 1998 by animator Butch Hartman, and in 2001 Nickelodeon picked it up as a series. The show’s ratings went through the roof upon its release, and it was nominated for…

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Cartoon Classics: Jimmy Neutron

The Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius was a children’s cartoon series which ran on Nickelodeon from 2002 to 2006. During it’s time, it gained a respectable amount of following from its viewers and despite being off the air for more than 10 years, people who watched it back in the day remember it very fondly. The show was even nominated as “Favorite Cartoon” during the Kid’s Choice Awards in 2006. The show itself was…

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Cartoon Classics: Introduction

Growing up without cable as a child was interesting, to say the least. Many of the cartoons I wound up watching were either from my favorite VHS tapes or on PBS Kids, and all of these cartoons are ones I have nostalgic feelings about. But now that I’m older and people my age express nostalgia about the shows they watched as children, I’ve realized that there were so many cartoons and TV shows that I…

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