A very cool list. I especially agree with getting the Maxx and Downtown on DVD. I would also add the Centurions to this list, as it was one of the only kid cartoon shows that featured science segments at the end of each episode:
Topless Robot – 10 Awesome But Obscure Cartoons that Desperately Need to be on DVD
Most of our treasured childhood cartoons were awful. Some people refuse to admit this. Youâ..ll see these people commenting on YouTube videos of Bravestarr or My Little Pony Tales or Tom and Jerry Kids, proclaiming them to be â..awes0me!!!â. and asking why the hell they donâ..t make good cartoons like this anymore. These people are insane.
There are, of course, genuinely good cartoons from our youth, and most of them are available on DVD at our local consumerist outlets. Yet a few series are left foundering in obscurity or in the hands of bootleggers whoâ..ll charge $80 for a season of M.A.S.K. Below, weâ..ve profiled ten cartoon series of our youth (a lot of them involving the word â..Mightyâ.) that should be preserved in DVD box sets so we donâ..t have to rely on grainy YouTube and Google Video encodes. And no, M.A.S.K. isnâ..t one of them. Have you watched M.A.S.K. lately? Itâ..s crap.