There's No Way You're Naming Over 50% Of These Cartoons If You Weren't Born In The 90s

Everyone, at some point in their life, has loved cartoons. For many, their childhoods were shaped by bright colors, zany comedy, and thrilling heroics. There are some viewers that still love cartoons today. And with such a wide variety in terms of what animation can show and the stories it can tell, it's easy to see why.

Much like most aspects of pop culture in the 1990s, cartoons of that decade are often thought of as the very best by the kids who grew up then. The 90s saw the rise of superhero cartoons from the likes of Marvel, DC, and even independent comic companies. Even those based on entirely original ideas found success.

But with companies like Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network, the decade also saw a mass wave of fantastically hilarious animated shows as those two studios knew how important this style of entertainment could be to children everywhere. It's no wonder that there are many adults today who would defend even the most ridiculous cartoons of the 90s simply because of how much they meant to them at the time.

There have obviously still been great cartoons released since the 90s came to an end. But there's something so special (and in the cases of some, disturbing) about 90s cartoons. And if one didn't grow up watching these, they might find it difficult to name many of them.

Question 1

What cartoon is this boy from?

There are several cartoons that undoubtedly defined the childhoods of those growing up in the 1990s. But this anime series is much bigger than a show. Based on an immensely popular video game series, there was also a manga, a trading card game, and countless toys. It takes place in a world where people train creatures with various powers to battle, working as a team to achieve glory. The show focuses on a boy named Ash Ketchum as he sets out on his quest to be the best trainer there ever was and is still releasing episodes and movies today. What is it called?

Question 2

What long-running cartoon is this?

First premiering on Nickelodeon in 1999, this beloved cartoon is still going strong twenty years later. It focuses on a sea sponge in his underwater town as he works as a fry cook at a popular fast food restaurant and deals with all manner of characters who are as kooky as he is. There's his best friend, Patrick the Starfish, who's as dumb as the rock he lives under. There's Squidward, a grumpy squid he works with and also lives next door to. There's also Sandy, a squirrel from Texas who decided to live underwater. What is the name of this show?

Question 3

What is this animated superhero show?

Compared to how long comic books have been around, it took filmmakers and TV producers an awfully long time to realize how popular media based on them could be. The 1990s saw several popular shows from both Marvel and DC debut to fan acclaim. This DC show is still one of the most fondly remembered today. It focused on DC's caped crusader as he protected Gotham and it served as an introduction to some of his most notorious villains for many viewers. The most popular was the Joker, menacingly voiced by Mark Hamill. What is the name of this DC show?

Question 4

What cartoon focused on three superpowered girls?

Not every superpowered TV series was based on an existing property. This one came from a completely original idea. After creating three daughters in a lab by adding all the obvious ingredients (sugar, spice, and everything nice), a scientist accidentally spilled Chemical X into the formula. Thus, his three daughters would be born as superheroes. Bubbles, Buttercup, and Blossom can all fly, move incredibly quickly, and have super strength. Genndy Tartakovsky, who created many beloved cartoons of the 1990s and would go on to create the "Hotel Transylvania" movie series, helped bring this show to life. What is the name of this show?

Question 5

Which cartoon focused on a group of babies?

A show that focused on a group of babies may not sound interesting. But in the wonderful world of animation, anything can be. Debuting in 1990, this show was one of Nickelodeon's first big hits. It followed a group of toddlers, led by Tommy, as they went on adventures around his house. The fun came from seeing how they perceived things that adults found normal but that they found strange or just flat out didn't understand. This show was so popular that it also received a couple of movies and a spin-off series that focused on the children after they grew up. What is the name of this show?

Question 6

What is the name of this infamous cartoon?

Not all cartoons are made for children. There are several that air today that would scar younger minds. The show this family can be found on is tame compared to others, but has focused on humor for adults ever since it debuted in 1989. It proved that a sitcom could be animated. It follows the lives of this family as they deal with humorous day-to-day situations. The father, Homer, is a dopey alcoholic who is often outsmarted by his children. The mother, Marge, is a worrywart. Bart is chaotic and loves to pull pranks, while Lisa is the most intelligent citizen in town. What is the name of this show?

Question 7

What is this show that focuses on a team of superheroes?

Marvel had its fair share of success with animated TV shows in the 1990s, too. This particular series, based on one of their most famous properties, followed a team made of mutants. Mutants are just humans born with genetic alterations that sometimes change them physically but always give them incredible abilities. Brought together by the telepathic Charles Xavier, the series followed the team as they struggled to fight powerful villains while also saving humans, who sometimes thought of them as genetic defects. Many heroes that are well-known in the film series also appeared here like Wolverine, Beast, and Cyclops. What is the name of this show?

Question 8

What is this cartoon based on a video game?

TV shows based on video games may not have done as well in the 90s as those based on comics (similar to today), but there were still some that found audiences. This show was based on a series of popular platforming video games that focused on a blue hedgehog who tried to save all animals from the mad scientist, Dr. Robotnik. The main character was voiced by Jaleel White, who is famous for playing Steve Urkel on "Family Matters." This video game series will be receiving a live-action movie later in 2019. What is the name of this animated series?

Question 9

What show is this boy genius from?

Before Genndy Tartakovsky helped create "The Powerpuff Girls," he created a cartoon about a boy genius keeping the lab hidden under his house a secret from his parents. The only one who knew about it was his ditsy sister, Dee Dee, and she always found a way to sneak in and wreak havoc for him at any time. He was always going on zany sci-fi adventures that Dee Dee would get sucked into, much to his chagrin. He even had a child nemesis, Mandark, and a genetically enhanced pet chimp that fought crime. What was the name of this show?

Question 10

What is this show based on a comic?

There were plenty of other comic shows in the 1990s that didn't come from Marvel or DC. One of the most beloved that came from a different publisher focused on four crime-fighting turtles who had been genetically mutated. The show may have premiered in the late 80s, but it was the following decade that saw the love behind the turtles reach its peak. In addition to the TV show, there was a plethora of toys, video games, and even a series of live action movies. The four brothers are named after Renaissance painters: Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael. What is the name of this cartoon?

Question 11

What is the name of this educational show?

Cartoons of the 1990s, even with their tendency to focus on action-packed plot lines, also gave rise to some stellar educational shows. Debuting on PBS in 1996 and based on a beloved series of books, this show followed an anthropomorphic aardvark as he dealt with problems many kids could relate to. These included homework, teachers, having an annoying younger sister, and the ups and downs of friendship. By dealing with these problems, the show teaches kids how to properly treat one another. The show is still airing today and is currently in its 22nd season. What is the name of this educational show?

Question 12

What show are these four boys from?

With the rise of "The Simpsons" came other animated shows that weren't created for kids. The difference between this show and "The Simpsons," however, is pretty astounding. It follows four close friends in their small, closely-knit town in Utah as they go on hilarious misadventures. The characters of the show swear like sailors and the show is packed to the brim with crude, over-the-top humor. The show is still going and constantly receives backlash. But with a feature film and two video games that have been spun off from it, it's clear how popular it is. What show are these four boys from?

Question 13

What show is this family from?

Another show that seemed to be born from the success of "The Simpsons," this show also focused on a dysfunctional family. But the humor here is a bit darker. The father, Peter Griffin, is certainly as dim-witted as Homer Simpson, but many jokes also come from his insensitivity. And unlike the baby in "The Simpsons," Stewie Griffin talks quite a lot, though most often to the dog, Brian, who can talk himself. The show has become famous for featuring cutaway jokes that don't have anything to do with the main plot of the episode. What is the name of this series?

Question 14

What Disney show is this group of friends from?

Many Disney shows of the 1990s may have focused on their existing properties like Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck, but this show was something original. It focused on a group of kids as they pursued something that most kids could relate to: wanting anything but to be stuck in a classroom. Each member of the group had their own personality, like the sports-obsessed Vince or the tomboy Spinelli. But together they were always formulating ways to make their outside breaks last just a bit longer. The show was also given a feature-length movie in 2001. What is this show called?

Question 15

What is the name of this popular anime series?

Beginning in the 90s, Cartoon Network wisely saw the appeal of anime and created a block of television, called Toonami, that featured shows from Japan with English dubbed voice acting. And it was undoubtedly the introduction to this style of animation for many kids. One of the most popular, and it still is so today, was an action show that focused on super-powered fighters across various planets as they tried to defend their homes from any villains who would seek to conquer them. Like many anime shows, it was based on a popular manga series. What is the name of this show?

Question 16

What show focused on a futuristic Batman?

"Batman: The Animated Series" could only take the Dark Knight so far and eventually had to come to an end. But that didn't mean DC couldn't tell stories within that universe. Taking place sometime in the future, this series followed an elderly Bruce Wayne once he passed the mantle onto a new Batman. Though their relationship was definitely rocky, this teen learned to embody the strengths that Bruce thought Batman should. This show featured a lonely Bruce Wayne as he lived in his giant mansion alone. Kevin Conroy returned from "Batman: The Animated Series" to voice the older Bruce. What is this show called?

Question 17

What show is this boy from?

The majority of the cartoons seen in the 90s were bright, action-packed, or wildly eccentric. But it was a nice change of pace when it came to this show. It focused on a fourth-grade boy with a football-shaped head living with his grandparents in New York as he dealt with day-to-day struggles. The boy was surrounded by an interesting cast of characters such as his kooky grandpa, his easy-going best friend and coolest kid in school, Gerald, and his tormentor, Helga, who was so secretly in love with him that she kept a shrine in her closet. What is the name of this show?

Question 18

What show is this adventurous family from?

While many cartoons of the 90s were set in urban landscapes that were fictionalized versions of places in real life, this show was set in the exotic wilderness. It followed a couple of nature channel hosts as they took their children on adventures with them. One of their daughters, Eliza, possessed the incredible ability of communicating with animals, which came quite in handy whenever she'd get herself into trouble. Premiering in 1998, the show ran for five seasons and had a crossover movie with "Rugrats." Eliza was voiced by Lacey Chabert, who played Gretchen Wieners in "Mean Girls." What is the name of this show?

Question 19

What cartoon are these animals from?

Even on Nickelodeon, there were a few cartoons that almost crossed lines when it came to what they could unclude in a show meant for kids. These two come from one of the most infamous. It focused on two best friends, a borderline psychotic chihuahua and an incredibly stupid cat, as they went on various misadventures. The show has become known for featuring jokes that went over the heads of kids and often revolved around gross-out humor. The cat was voiced by Billy West, who also voices the famous Red M&M and has done a lot of work for modern "Looney Tunes," including voicing Bugs Bunny in "Space Jam." What is this show called?

Question 20

What is the name of this futuristic cartoon?

Another show Billy West would go on to play a key part in was the next show from Matt Groening, creator of "The Simpsons." West voiced Philip J. Fry, a dim pizza delivery guy who was accidentally cryogenically frozen in 1999 and woke up in 2999. After waking up, he had to get used to how different the world had become in 1,000 years. It was now filled with mutants, robots, various alien races, and technology straight out of sci-fi movies. This show was famously cancelled in 2003 before it was given a chance to return in 2010. What is the name of it?

Question 21

What is this Nickelodeon show?

Cartoons of the 1990s really could have been about anything. While there were a vast majority of them that focused on bizarre humor, there were also many others that dealt with issues kids could relate to. This one followed a sixth-grade kid who kept a journal detailing his life as he learned to deal with falling in love, doing schoolwork, and making friends. The series began with him moving to a new town but progressed as he began to come out of his shell. It first aired in 1991, making it another of Nickelodeon's first hits, and ended in 1994. The main character was also voiced by Billy West. What is the name of this show?

Question 22

What is the name of this wacky cartoon?

From the normal to the abnormal, this animated show aired on Nickelodeon in the mid-90s and focused on wacky adventures of a wallaby. While the things he dealt with weren't strange, it was the zany writing and characters that made it so. The wallaby had two best friends: Heffer, a cow raised by wolves, and Filbert, a nervous wreck of a turtle. There were also his neighbors, two toads, one of whom was always cranky and looking down on the wallaby. Similar to "The Ren & Stimpy Show," this series featured humor that was almost too adult for kids. What is it called?

Question 23

What animated series is this?

Another animated show with adult themes in the same vain as "The Simpsons," this series from creator Mike Judge was set in a small town and focused on the relatively normal father among an eccentric group of characters. He worked as a propane salesman and liked a simple life. However, with the antics of his three best friends and his awkward son, simple didn't come often. Much of the humor came from him not understanding why people acted the way they did. Debuting in 1997, the show ran for an impressive thirteen seasons and won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program in 1999. What is the name of this show?

Question 24

What show are these three from?

Cartoons like "Looney Tunes" and "Tom and Jerry" paved the way for many shows that would also feature zany slapstick violence. This Warner Bros. cartoon followed three siblings of an unknown animal type. The plot revolved around the three of them, after they were created in a meta fashion by Warner Bros. who found they were too zany to have a use, as they went on different adventures around the Warner Bros. lot. The show featured other similarly wacky characters, some of which would even get their own spin-off shows. The show ran from 1993 to 1998 and received several video games. What is it called?

Question 25

What is the name of this educational show?

The thought of a show trying to teach them something may have turned some kids away, but this show was definitely more fun than most. It followed an eccentric school teacher as she was able to give her class hands-on experience in the most extreme ways. Operating a magic bus, she could take them into space or even shrink them down to explore the human body. The show, which was based on a series of books, was wildly popular and was recently revived by Netflix with "Saturday Night Live" star Kate McKinnon as the voice of the teacher. What is this show called?

Question 26

What cartoon is this dog from?

Sometimes, being a kid means confronting one's fears. And in its own warped and twisted way, this cartoon strove to impart that lesson. It focused on an elderly couple living in the middle of nowhere and their pet dog who, despite being spooked by slightly loud noises, always had to protect them from various otherworldly threats. It truly was a testament to how loyal dogs can be. These threats could range from creepy individuals to genuine aliens. And while Muriel loved her dog, her husband Eustace never passed up an opportunity to chastise him. What is the name of this show?

Question 27

What is the name of this cartoon?

Being a Siamese twin obviously comes with a variety of struggles that the siblings must get used to. But the humor that came from this show was that the twins were of opposite species. Following a cat and dog joined at the end, this cartoon focused on the natural comedy that came from pairing animals with such opposite personalities as they tried to live their individual lives. The cat was voiced by Jim Cummings, the same voice behind Winnie the Pooh, and the dog was voiced by Tom Kenny, the same voice actor as SpongeBob SquarePants. What is the name of this cartoon?

Question 28

What is the name of this anime series?

While many anime shows seemed to have been geared at boys, this action show featured a cast of powerful female warriors. Each of these characters had special powers they could use to transform into their warrior form, each of which was named after a planet. Together, they would fight against the forces of the Dark Kingdom. Led by the villainous Queen Beryl, the Dark Kingdom summoned monsters that are able to suck energy from humans to feed their ruler. The show was based on a popular manga that ran throughout most of the decade and also received several movies. What is the name of it?

Question 29

What animated show is this?

With the success of "Pokemon," several other shows that sought to capitalize on the bond between kid and monster were created. This series focused on a group of kids at a summer camp who were sucked into another dimension through a portal. Upon arrival, they found strange creatures that were bonded to each of them and helped them explore this new land and its dangers. Unlike "Pokemon," each kid could only be paired with one creature. Also unlike "Pokemon," these creatures could say much more than their names. It was never quite as popular as "Pokemon," but it did also receive movies, manga adaptations, and video games. What is the name of this show?

Question 30

What is the name of this cartoon?

Before Pixar tried to normalize monsters through "Monsters, Inc.," Nickelodeon released this show. It followed three younger monsters as they trained and studied in school to be the scariest monsters they could be. The one pictured is Ickis, who has the ability to grow in size to frighten humans but is rather self-conscious. There was also Oblina, who has the ability to shape-shift and was the smartest student at the school, and Krumm, who holds his detached eye-balls in his hands but is a tad shy. It first aired in 1994 and ran for four seasons. What is the name of this cartoon?

Question 31

What was this educational superhero show?

Who says superheroes can't teach kids important information? Taking what kids loved about superhero cartoons, this show fused the action with environmentally friendly messages. It followed five teens, each with an elemental power ring that could be used to solve different problems: Earth, Wind, Water, Fire, and Heart. These rings were created by Gaia, Earth's spirit, and given to the kids as a way to protect against problems around the globe. For problems that were too big for them, they could combine the power of their rings to summon this superhero. Each episode ended with a message on how kids could help protect the planet. What was the name of this cartoon?

Question 32

What cartoon focused on two mice?

"Animaniacs" featured a wide cast of characters, each kookier than the last. These two mice first appeared on that show before becoming so popular that they received a spin-off. The two mice couldn't be more different from one another: one of them was exceedingly intelligent while the other was profoundly dumb. But all they had was each other and a dream of ruling the world. Each episode focused on them trying to take over the world through one scheme or another. But with them being only mice, they never succeeded. The show ran from 1995 to 1998. What was it called?

Question 33

What cartoon are these three from?

Sometimes a cartoon's premise can be simple while the execution is totally bonkers. Such is the case with this late-90s Cartoon Network series. It followed three boys as they went on misadventures around their neighborhood. One of them was always cooking up schemes to earn money for gobstoppers, one was a soft-spoken, nervous wreck, and the third was dumber than a bag of bricks. The show always took place in their suburban neighborhood and never showed any adult characters, though there was more than enough variety with the rest of the kids. First airing in 1999, it ran until 2008. What is the name of this cartoon?

Question 34

What was the name of this funny cartoon?

One thing that many cartoons of the 1990s had was the inclusion of a dumb character. They were often the funniest as their stupidity was something kids took tremendous joy in watching. But this series took that character type and put it in the spotlight. It focused on a dumb beefcake who thought he was a gift upon humanity and much more manly than he really was. His enormous ego often got him into lots of trouble, especially with women. This series often spoofed other shows like "The Twilight Zone" and had a memorable crossover event with "Scooby Doo." What is the name of this cartoon?

Question 35

What show are these animals from?

Time and time again, it has been proven that making a popular thing smaller and cuter will work wonders. This Warner Bros. show was similar to "Looney Tunes" as it featured a cast of wacky animals, most of whom were related to classic characters from that show. The plot followed them while they were in school studying to become the next cast of "Looney Tunes" characters under the tutelage of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and other famous characters. The show only ran from 1990 to 1992 but received several video games and a slew of toys. What is the name of this show?

Question 36

What is the name of this PBS show?

In most of fantasy from "The Lord of the Rings" to "Harry Potter," dragons are some of the most dangerous creatures in existence. But this popular PBS series showed that they could be rather friendly. It focused on a pair of siblings, Emmy and Max, after they found a magical dragon scale that let them venture into a fantasy world. There, they made quick friends with the dragons Ord, Zak, Wheezie, and Cassie. The show followed them as they helped their dragon pals go on quests and deal with other problems but, as it was also an educational show, had important lessons for kids to learn. What is the name of this show?

Question 37

What Nickelodeon show are these kids from?

Kids can be pretty rambunctious alone, but a group of them can cause utter chaos. This late-90s series from Nickelodeon followed four friends who were obsessed with extreme sports like surfing, skateboarding, and rafting. But their antics and wild personas also usually got them into trouble. The characters each had unique personalities. Otto was a perfectionist when it came to his sports. His older sister Reggie was the most kindhearted of the bunch. Twister filmed all of their antics but was otherwise pretty dim. And Squid was the geeky new addition to the group. What is the name of this show?

Question 38

What show are these beavers from?

Moving out to start an adult life can be tough as these two brothers would soon find out. The show they could be found on chronicled their lives after leaving the family dam to build their own. The younger of the two was named Daggett, an energetic beaver who could easily lose his temper. The older of the two was named Norbert, who was intelligent yet lazy and loved to make fun of his younger brother. The show featured many supporting characters but always revolved around the antics of the two brothers. It ran on Nickelodeon from 1997 to 2001. What was it called?

Question 39

What is the name of this Nick, Jr. show?

Nickelodeon had a wide variety of cartoons in the 1990s, some of which were meant for younger audiences. These shows were light on plot but heavy on stimulation. One of the most beloved of Nick, Jr. was a show that featured a live action host in an animated setting. He talked directly to an audience of off-screen children as he hung out around the house and played games with his best friend, Blue the dog. The show went through several hosts over the course of ten years, running from 1996 to 2006. What was the name of this Nick, Jr. show?

Question 40

What is the name of this Disney superhero show?

Long before Disney would purchase Marvel's superhero universe, they created their own superhero. In the late 80s and early 90s, Disney created several popular shows based on side characters to their more well-known line-up. This superhero show was essentially a parody of most superhero properties as there were many elements taken from the likes of Batman, The Lone Ranger, Zorro, and The Shadow to create this character. The hero was voiced by Jim Cummings, a Disney celebrity who has voiced Winnie the Pooh multiple times, as well as Ray in "The Princess and the Frog" and Razoul in "Aladdin." What is the name of this show?

Question 41

What is the name of this fantasy cartoon?

There were plenty of action packed cartoons in the 1990s and this one was one of the darkest. It followed a group of creatures that had lived in Scotland 1,000 years before the show takes place where they agreed to defend a castle of humans during the night if the humans protected them during the day when the sun turned them to stone. A curse was laid upon them, and it wouldn't be lifted until 1994 when a billionaire brought them back to life in New York. They would then have a new city to defend. What was the name of this show?

Question 42

What is the name of this Disney show?

This was another Disney show that let a supporting character take center stage. It followed Baloo from "The Jungle Book" in a 1930s setting as he flew planes for a struggling courier company. The premise was fairly out of left field, but the lovable characters and animation made it work. It followed the crew of Baloo's company as they went on various adventures similar to those of Indiana Jones. It also featured other characters from "The Jungle Book" like Shere Khan and King Louie, though obviously in different roles. The show only aired from 1990 to 1991. What was it called?

Question 43

What is the name of this superhero comedy?

Everyone growing up in the 1990s knew who Batman, Spider-Man, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were. But they were far from the only comic heroes to be given TV shows. This cartoon hero came from a comic that began in 1986 and was far more light-hearted than those others. This hero has no memory of his life before he began fighting crime and is eccentric to say the least. He has super strength and is essentially invulnerable, but is a satire of most superheroes. The cartoon has been given two live action re-imaginings, the most current of which can be seen on Amazon. What is this show called?

Question 44

What was the name of Nickelodeon's animated anthology show?

Variety comedy shows can be a lot of fun for adults, so it stands to reason they could be a lot of fun for kids as well. This animated anthology show featured the adventures of many different characters. One of the show's segments was called "Action League Now!" and it followed a group of action figures as they fought crime in stop-motion animation. It was one of the most successful of the segments and even received its own spin-off show. This series was hosted by Henry and June, who introduced each segment but also had their own plot lines to follow. What was the name of this show?

Question 45

What is the name of this Disney show?

In a similar fashion to "Doug" or "Hey Arnold!," this Disney show was a coming of age tale about a 12-year-old girl. With only two close friends, the main character often struggled with being cool at school due to her dorky behavior. What made it worse was the strict principal of her new school who was constantly waiting for her to mess something up. The show aired on ABC from 1997 to 2000. Tom Warburton, who was the lead character designer on this show, would go on to create the popular "Codename: Kids Next Door" series. What is the name of this show?

Question 46

What is the name of this MTV cartoon?

MTV may mostly be made up of reality TV shows today, but there was a time when it released respected shows. This animated series debuted in 1997 and followed a girl who didn't fit in with anyone but preferred it that way. She was incredibly smart and looked down at her comparatively dumb classmates, including her own sister. Every line she delivered was soaked in sarcasm which is what built the show's signature humor. The series was popular for its dry take on adolescence and is often thought of as one of the best things MTV put out in the 90s. What was this show called?

Question 47

What is the name of this dark superhero cartoon?

When Image Comics was founded in the early 1990s, it was done so by independent creators who wished to own and do whatever they wanted with their creations. One of its founders was Todd McFarlane, who created this now infamous dark superhero. After being betrayed, a government assassin was sent to the underworld where he made a deal with a demon to return to the land of the living. Only when he got back, he had been transformed into something of a demon himself. This show also received a live action movie and a reboot is currently in development. What was the name of this show?

Question 48

What is the name of this superhero talk show?

Not every show with a superhero star focused heavily on action. In fact, this one didn't at all. It focused on a hero created by Hanna Barbera in the 1960s. Only his superhero days were behind him and he decided to create a talk show in his older age. He hosted it in space and was joined by his co-host Zorak, who was actually his nemesis in the original series, and other zany characters. The show premiered in the early 90s and helped pave the way for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. What was the name of this talk show hosted by a former superhero?

Question 49

What was the name of this superhero comedy?

The cartoons of Warner Bros., especially "Animaniacs," took a lot of joy in parodying things that were popular at the time. With the rise of animated superhero shows, they released their very own that starred one of the wackiest heroes of all time. The show followed a shy, dorky kid named Dexter Douglas who would sometimes transform into an unpredictable superhero with blue skin. While he has super strength and speed, the most notable aspect of this superhero is his insanity. As he gained his powers from being sucked into a computer, he also holds all the information of the internet in his head. What was the name of this superhero comedy?

Question 50

What is the name of this beloved anime series?

There are many anime shows that have debuted in the 90s and are still going strong today like "Pokemon" and the world of "Dragon Ball Z." This show was very different from those, though it also has a large and passionate fanbase. It followed a misfit group of bounty hunters in the future as they flew around space looking for jobs. It only had (and needed) 26 episodes, though it also received a movie. Recently, it was announced that Netflix was creating a live action version of this series with John Cho cast in the lead role. What is the name of this anime series?

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