Birdman, Secret Squirrel, 2 Stupid Dogs, Space Ghost and SWAT KATS
Space Ghost got another show. A talk show spoof. It used to come in a late night (1 or 2 am) time slot.
It was called Space Ghost Coast to Coast. It had a spinoff called the 'Brak Show'. Some surreal trippy shit. Targeted at older audiences, I'd assume. Also, there was something called 'Home Movies' which is like an early, less obscene cousin of 'South Park' and 15 minute segments called 'Captain Oblivious or something.
Basically most of my kiddie memories of Cartoon Network have been replaced by the memory of the one night I stayed up late and watched some trippy as hell late night cartoons. (They're all on Adult swim in other countries, BTW)
Also, more recently-
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law features ex-superhero Harvey T. Birdman of Birdman and the Galaxy Trio as an attorney working for a law firm alongside other cartoon stars from 1960s and 1970s Hanna-Barbera cartoon series
And Doordarshan had Duck Tales, Chip'n'Dare: Rescue Rangers, Mummies Alive!, Thundercats and Phantom(the one from the future). Also some bat-shit crazy show called SUPER-HUMAN SAMURAI: THE CYBER SQUAD
Oh I KNEW I wasn't the only one. For gosh sake, NOBODY I KNOW watched Superhuman Samurai or Mummies Alive. The Mummies Alive Theme song has stayed in my head for all these years.
And the Star networks had this weird channel that showed TMNT and Spiderman and that sick Batman series with Adam West in it
Guess what the name of the weird channel was?
Star *FRIGGIN* Plus.
The same channel that hosts Saas Bahu Battles all day nowadays.
At one point it was 100% English. It aired Small Wonder and BATMAN!
Oh crap that Batman show was the gayest thing ever, but i didn't care cause I was like, 6 years old at the time.
The Theme Song? NA NA NA NA NA NA BATMAAAN!!
Later on there was the FOX KIDS time slot in Star World which had AWESOME shows like X Men, The Tick, Biker Mice from Mars and Action Man but the sad part was that I had to get up early in the morning like at 6 AM to watch all this.
6 AM? They repeated from 12 to 2pm. I saw them in the afternoon during lunch.The X-men Show on Fox what got me interested in comics. That and borrowing my *15 year older* neighbors Archie comics when I was 7 years old.
Other stuff I was into include
-Spiderman- The Fox Kids one and the Newer CGI one.
-Batman- The original Animated Series, and Batman Of The Future (showed it on Toonami)
-There was a channel which showed Sesame street back in 1999, and showed all kinds of shows in the afternoons...
-Swat Kats. Undeniably. The Theme music was the first (sort of)Rock song I listened to and liked.
-And I watched all this in ENGLISH. Sue me, Omkar, but It was a million times better in it's original language. It got cringe worthy when The Mask said 'sss-Jhakaass'...I mean, COME ON!!!
And does nobody remember Nickelodeon?
It wasn't always this shitty, you know-
Back in the 90's there was-
-The Fairly OddParents
-The Wild Thornberrys (Even my MOM watched this)
-The Angry Beavers
And some stuff that wasn't Animated like
-Keenan & Kel
-The Amanda Show
-The Adventures of Pete and Pete...
and it's all GONE now. Those Nickelodeon Morons.