'84 - and we didn't have cable/satellite/anything beyond basic channels until I was almost a teenager, so I didn't see many things that were on Nickolodeon or Cartoon Network unless I was visiting friends. One of my fondest cartoon memories is Sonic SatAM. I didn't find out 'til years later that it was based on an Archie comic, which in hindsight explained why it seemed to have such good worldbuilding and plot (EDIT: According to Wikipedia I got this backwards and the comic was based on the cartoon?!). But essentially Sonic & co. are all Freedom Fighters and Robitnik would do shit like kidnap your Uncle and turn him into a robot and make him forget who you are and try to murder you (this constituted the height of suspense for me at 9-10 years old). Loved this show. Here's the opening: I was also a huge fan of DuckTales. I'm sure you're all familiar with that one. I've watched some of the reboot and have also enjoyed it, though I'm only about 4 episodes in. Scrooge McDuck is a badass. There's a good comic with him somewhere as well, though it's been years and years since I read it. Here's an extended version of the old intro: I also watched Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Garfield, Gargoyles, Tiny Toon Adventures, Super Mario Bros Super Show, TaleSpin, ReBoot, Chip N' Dale Rescue Rangers, Bonkers, Goof Troop, Pound Puppies, and ... well, a bunch of other stuff that I'm sure I've forgotten. Gummi Bears, Doug, Thundercats, Rugrats, etc. were ones I remember my friends having but that we didn't have the right channels for. Dexter's Lab came out when I was a teenager I think and I never watched it, so probably the same for other cartoons from the latter-half of the 90s. Only show my parents ever forbid me from watching was the Simpsons.