An adorable bunch of furrys who talk and sing while living each day testing the patience of their beloved adoptive father Dave… You guessed it, Alvin and the Chipmunks! At number four aired from 1983-1990 the show was a jolt of expressive characters with strong personalities. There was Simon Seville the oldest brother of the three who was also the most intelligent and sure-enough the responsible one of the group. Then you had Theodore Seville, the big ball of cute innocent tenderness who wouldn’t hurt a fly. To add to the trio you had Alvin… Oh boy, the troublemaker of the group! The character excitement doesn’t stop there. Put the boy’s Chipmunk female counterparts in and you have yourself a roller coaster of personalities!
At number three the prowl is on when a 1985 cartoon show airs introducing feline heros ready to salvage their world from evil. Thundercats! Humanoid cats who inhabit the palent of Thundera band together including our main hero Lion-O who weilds the legendary sword of Omens that shoots out bolts of power. A neat weapon to destroy all bandits and other enemies. There is also a lesson to be learned in this series. If you want to be a truly great leader someday then you must learn what it takes and gain true maturity.
Go go gadget arms! Gadget toothpaste! Gadget springs! Gadget everything! If I didn’t make it more obvious enough for you then it’s Inspector Gadget! At number two we have the 1983 cartoon show that was sure to put a spring in your mechanical imagination with a cyborg detective and his sidekick neice Penny, and Brain the dog he is confident to put and end to whatever malicious plans his arch-nemesis Dr. Claw his up his sleeve.
They’re mutants… They’re ninjas… They’re… Turtles? Teenage Mutan Ninja Turtles! Turtles raised by their rat sensei in the art of ninjutsu domoralize criminals, wicked overlords, and evil alien invaders, while remaining seperate from the human society. The TMNT Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rhaphael and Splinter. Brothers that share a strong bond, respect their sensei and kick butt. The valuble lesson I can see clearly to be learned is that you should always stick together. You can’t go wrong with bonding time and that’s why Ninja Turtles is number one.