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    Homer Simpson. I was a fan then, and I'm a fan now. Just so long as I forget that half the series exists.

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    I wished I was young enough to appreciate this when it first came out;


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    If we go by childhood I'd say Scrooge McDuck in Ducktales overall, with Hyoga from Saint Seya a close second.
    "Learn to overcome the crass demands of flesh and bone, for they warp the matrix through which we perceive the world. Extend your awareness outwards, beyond the self of body, to embrace the self of group and the self of humanity. The goals of the group and the greater race are transcendent, and to embrace them is to achieve enlightenment."

    ~ Chairman Sheng-Ji Yang on Essays on Mind and Matter

  4. #24
    Batman. That series was epic.

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    Living in Eastern Europe, it took some time for us to catch up with Western cartoons but my favourite was Krtek (Little Mole):



    Then it was Spider-Man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RH92 View Post
    Living in Eastern Europe, it took some time for us to catch up with Western cartoons but my favourite was Krtek (Little Mole):
    That was shown in western europe as well.

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    Taz, named my first dog after him.
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    It's a strange and illogical world where not wanting your 10 year old daughter looking at female-identifying pre-op penises at the YMCA could feasibly be considered transphobic.

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    Optimus Prime, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ihavewaffles View Post
    That was shown in western europe as well.
    I didn't know that, all I remember the Western shows such as Donald Duck, Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes airing when I was 8 or 10 years old which is early 2000s. By that time it was already competing with shows such as Spider-Man or X-men which were probably 5 years late in my country anyway.

    As a little Kid I remember watching mostly Krtek and A je to (Pat & Mat)... We even still had the Soviet cartoon No Počkaj! (Well, Just You Wait!).

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    I had so many ninja turtle toys as a kid. Raphael was my favorite cartoon character at the time. I had so many Raphael figures.
    Kom graun, oso na graun op. Kom folau, oso na gyon op.

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    Spider-man? I was too innocent to prefer any one over others, tbh.

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    80s and 90s was a glorious time to be a kid/preteen.
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    I had too many.

    Doug from Nickelodeon's Doug.
    The Scorpion from FOX's Animated Spider-man series.
    Scorpio Milo from Saint Seiya.
    Vegeta from Dragon Ball Z.
    Broly from Dragon Ball Z.
    Orion from Superman: TAS.
    Mr. Freeze in Batman Beyond.

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