80's Cartoons refer to those classic cartoon shows that were featured during the 1980's. There are many cartoon shows made during the 80's. These cartoon shows were usually made in black and white due to the much inefficiency of modern technology. Though many super hit cartoon shows and television shows were made during the 80's only a few are discussed below:
The Far Side: The Far Side was a popular one-panel comic series created by Gary Larson. This comic series was made as a satire on the existing social condition. Its episodes use to target the social misbelieves, strange disasters and the search for life's meaning. This comic strip ran from1st January, 1980, to January 1, 1995. The remakes of this popular 80's cartoons are still printed in many newspapers.
Popeye: Popeye or Popeye the Sailor is a comic strip character created by Elzie Crisler Segar and is one of 80's cartoons. The character was featured in many popular animated cartoon shows. On 17th January 1929, the cartoon show first appeared in Thimble Theater the King Features comic strip.
Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Canadian-American animated television series Ed, Edd n Eddy was created by Danny Antonucci and produced by a.k.a. Cartoon for the Cartoon Network. This was Cartoon Network's sixth Cartoon Cartoon show, which was first aired in 1999. The entire series revolves around three preadolescent boys: Ed, usually known as "Double D" Ed, also considered to be a greedy leader of the trio.
Autobot: The Autobots were the protagonists in the Transformers Universe. Autobots was a collection of different toys, paperback books, graphic novels, cartoons and movies introduced in 1984. In all Transformer continuities, the Autobots are the "good guys," "Heroic Autobots" fighting the "Evil Deceptions", they were also presented as the antagonists in many series.
Garfield and Friends: Garfield and Friends is an American animated television series based on the popular Jim Davis comic strip 'Garfield'. Garfield and Friends was originally produced by Film Roman, and ran on CBS Saturday mornings from 1988 to 1994.