From mismatched pairs to matches made in toon heaven, here's a look at some of the best cartoon character couples of TV.
Among their other superheroes during the 60s, Hanna-Barbera also teamed up with Marvel Comics to bring the first animated adaptation of the Fantastic Four, Marvel's "First Family" of superheroes.
Unlike "Family Guy" or "The Simpsons", in my opinion, "South Park" is still going pretty strong, and had a great 19th season. But why did the 20th season fail?
Filmation and CBS found a hit in their Superman cartoon, and for its second season it would be paired up with a hero never seen on screens before: Aquaman, as well as several other heroes previously only known to comic book readers.
Visit again some the cool and fun 70 Saturday morning cartoons and live actions shows. Plot lines, photos, videos and more guide us down this nostalgic look back classic Saturday morning television.
Rocky & Bullwinkle were not alone, being joined by characters such as Mr. Peabody, Sherman, and Dudley Do-Right. Despite ending in 1964, the legacy of these characters still endure to this day.
In 1960, Hanna-Barbera was offered the chance to create a series for prime-time television. What they came up with was The Flintstones, one of the most iconic cartoons to ever air on TV.
First Filmation had done Superman, then Aquaman, and now they were gearing up to take on the first animated adaptation of Batman. However, certain media groups were turning against them, and the future was beginning to look grim for superhero cartoons.
The sequel to the amazing short film of the same name, Don't Hug Me I'm Scared Part 2 - TIME gives us a entertaining, albeit creepy, look at the way our children are introduced to time.
Following the success of Space Ghost, CBS commissioned Hanna-Barbera to create three new series for 1967. With designs by Alex Toth, they created the Herculoids along with two other fondly remembered series to add to their roster of heroes.
Following the success of Space Ghost on CBS, 1967 was a busy time for Hanna-Barbera in regards to superheroes. Not to be left out, NBC gained Birdman & the Galaxy Trio, their own answer to Space Ghost.
The late 70s and early 80s were the golden age of bizarre Saturday morning cartoons. Here we present our picks for the weirdest, most disturbing, and flat out WTF-worthy animated shows of the era.
In 1966, Hanna-Barbera were tasked with creating their first Saturday morning series, starring a hero named Space Ghost who'd help change the television landscape, both for 60s cartoons and for 90s cable television.