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    80's Cartoon Intro Overload

    For those of you on your lunch breaks, enjoy.

    Volume I
    Volume II
    Volume III
    Volume IV
    Part V

    Quick edit, I didn't see the intro for it so here's an episode of Bionic 6
    Last edited by Undertow; April 20th, 2007 at 03:46 PM.


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    Wow, that brought back some forgotten memories, especially JATTW and ghostbusters.
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    ohhhh man i used to watch M.A.S.K. every day.. - JAG
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    Whoa. So many of cartoons that are unkown to me. My favourite intro was for "Capitain Planet", I think .

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    especially JATWW
    I forgot that this ever existed! Man, the music in these is so much more over the top than I remember. Some of these I remember better as toys than cartoons
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    that wheel warriors brought me back. man, that is wierd. Thoughts i havent had since i was 5 years old.

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    Hooey, did that bring back some memories.
    That stuff makes me feel old.

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    There have been a bunch on there that I was a regular viewer of, but Duck Tales actually stirred some deep down emotion in me. Shit man, fuckin Duck Tales... sigh...
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    That solved a lot of unanswered questions. I've had short memories and shots of cartoons I remember watching but couldnt remember the names. Thanks for this. So many great shows, and weird versions of shows. What was up with GI Joe, teenage mutant HERO turtles, Denver the last Dinasaur?

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    Why o why did you post this?!?@! hahaha


    Tops for sure: duck tales, galaxy rangers, aand the best intro ever for any cartoon in history, THUNDERCATS.

    Dogtanian holds a special place in my heart. Thanks for the memories 80's! I will raise my kids on this stuff for sure. Pokemon can kiss my ass.

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    The first one alone was more than enough!! ;_; I want to watch those shows!! And I remember the toys! >_< So cool!! My bro had this Visionaries toy with a hologram that I would just rub to death! XD

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    I'm actually getting a Pavlovian response and tasting cereal in my mouth as I watch these.

    Awesome.


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    Rawk indeed

    Quote Originally Posted by hito View Post
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    80's Cartoon Intro Overload


    God it's amazing to see the quality of animation in ghostbusters as compared to other toons.

    I was so surprised to see Danger mouse, I thought I was the only person on the planet who watched that cartoon. I also had no idea that the Simpsons have been on for that many years!!
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    man I miss all those cartoons so much :o When I see stuff from my childhood I get sad for today's generation.

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    "I HAVE THE POWEER!"

    I got goosebumps when i heard that!
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    I just realised i spent an hour of my life watching those...

    It was awesome i miss alot of those, they are WAY better than the crap cartoons today.
    Captain Planet, Duck Tales, Gummie Bears (used to get up at 6am on a saturday to watch that) Thunder cats, Teenage mutant hero/ninja turtles (i'm sure it was ninja when i watched it) The racoons....so many memories. They should bring all the old cartoons back on a channel i can recieve.

    If i'm ever rich i will make an old cartoons channel ^^

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