15 Best Cartoon Characters of the 90s

15 Best Cartoon Characters of the 90s
  1. Dexter

    Dexter was adorable and very quickly became a Cartoon Network favourite character. He was a genius boy in the 1990s. The most interesting part about him is that even the writers did not know about his nationality, neither does anyone. The inventions done by him were marvellous, although his bigger sister was always there to annoy him. He was a funny and brainy character.

  2. Captain Planet

    Many teenagers were fond of this epic character ‘Captain Planet’ of Captain Planet and the Planeteers’ cartoon of the 90s. He was depicted as a superhero who could rock a top and neon mullet. The captain started as a great warrior who used to fight the battle against threats to the earth’s ecosystem like pollution and even against villains.

  3. SpongeBob SquarePants

    SpongeBob Squarepants is animate as a sponge who lives in a pineapple and works in a fast-food restaurant. What a character he was! Because of his silliness and indifferent attitude towards achieving significant heights in his life, the young fry cook is easy to underestimate. In the cartoon, he also has superpowers and elasticity powers, making it easier for him to regenerate after energy.

  4. Homer Simpson

    Homer Simpson is one of the most widely-known characters, which is directly connected to the American TV culture. Homer is married and has three children- Maggie, Lisa, and Bart in the cartoon ‘The Simpsons.’ His role is depicted as the Springfield nuclear power plant as a safety inspector. He is the favourite character of many children across the globe.

  5. Arnold

    Arnold is a famous character from the series ‘Hey Arnold.’ The series got aired from October 1996 to June 2004. His role is depicted as a 9-year-old idealist who always does the right thing and encourages other people with positivity.

  6. Buster Bunny

    A charming character from Tiny Tool Adventures who was also starred in Looney Tunes and Marrie Melodies. However, his character was debuted a long time back in WB Cartoon Porky’s Hare Hunt in 1938. Bunny is demonstrated as more of a rover who has a romantic interest and way too hilarious.

  7. Homer Simpson

    According to the Entertainment Weekly Survey, Homer Simpson is awarded the most exceptional animated TV character of the last 20 years. He is depicted as a lazy chap who is fond of eating and sleeping. He is emotionally smart but intellectually stupid. (See 20 Best and Most Popular Cartoon Network TV Shows)

  8. Bubbles

    The bubble is a fictional character who is the protagonist of the series ‘The PowerPuff Girls.’ She has two sisters named Buttercup and Blossom, who are very joyful and full of laughter. The trio of these three sisters is very pleasing to see when you watch the series. Bubbles were created by Professor Utonium, who played the role of a scientist in the series and used traditional ingredients to create the perfect little girl.

  9. Doug

    Doug is an animated character who got very famous among all types of children. The character of Dough was very well adjusting to school life and romantic relationships. Although he always used to deal with bullying due to his shyness, extremely insecure, and clumsy behaviour, he is depicted as an 11-year-old boy with a big heart and passion for music.

  10. Ms. Frizzle

    One of the best catchphrases of Ms Frizzle is “Bus, do your stuff!”, “Hit It, Liz!” “Take chances, make mistakes, get messy!”. She played an adorable role in ‘The Magic School Bus’ series, which was gained an overwhelming response by and loved by many children.

  11. Beavis

    Beavis is a fictional character and the protagonist of the series ‘Beavis and Butt-head.’ He was voiced by Mike Judge, who was the show creator. Beavis played the role of Butt-head’s best friend in the series, which got recognized as soon as the first episode premiered.

  12. Jerry

    Jerry is a delightful character who plays a brown mute anthropomorphic mouse in the show ‘Tom and Jerry’ created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. This character first appeared early in 1940 in the MGM animated short Pluss Gets the Boot, named Jinx.

  13. Sonic the Hedgehog

    The protagonist of the series named in his name ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ is an enticing animated series that is very entertaining. The series, several comics, video games, and other media were released with the same name. Sonic played the role of a Blue Hedgehog who attacks his enemies by running briskly and curling himself into a ball.

  14. Tom Cat

    Tom is depicted as a blue and white domestic cat with short hair, known initially as Jasper during his debut in the animated short Puss Gets The Boot. When he appeared in this series, he became famous as ‘Thomas’ or ‘Tom.’ He is playing the role of an extremely mischievous cat who always tries to chase the mice (Jerry), but most of the time, he does not get what he craves for. (See 10 Best Fat Cartoon Characters on TV)

  15. Tommy Pickles

    Tommy Pickles is a character who appeared in an animated series ‘Rugrats’ and its spinoff series ‘All Grown Up!’.Tommy was born prematurely in the series and is the youngest yet one of the most robust characters of Rugrats.

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