Radical 90’s!

Radical_90s_banner2Radical 90’s: Introduction

As America pivoted from the 1980’s to the 1990’s, the culture as a whole seemed to undergo a seismic shift: from the staunch conservatism that dominated the previous decade, by 1991 the entirety of the country seemed to shrug off the social and economic mores that centered the country after the chaotic 1960’s and hippie…

90s_cartoons_adapted_from_movies_headerTwelve 90’s Cartoons Adapted From Movies

The 1990’s were an absolute juggernaut when it came to kid’s cartoons: while cartoons in the 80’s were either on Saturday morning or in syndication at random time slots throughout the day across different markets, the 90’s harnessed the power of children’s programming and created weekday afternoon blocks of cartoons, most notably…

37_saturday_morning_from_the_90s37 Saturday Morning Cartoons From The 90’s

Having previously surveyed some of the more insane Saturday morning cartoon shows from the 1990s, focusing on twelve 90’s cartoons adapted from movies, let’s plumb the depths of the cartoon bounty that the decade provided and look at 37(!) Saturday morning cartoon shows from the era. I got so excited at the beginning of every…

radical_90s_characters_characters_26 Radical 90’s Movie Characters

Movies thrive on archetypes: typical characters with easily identifiable traits that work as a sort of shorthand for what these characters are and what they’re all about. Whether it’s the villain with a large brow and piercing eyes that dresses all in black and speaks in a threatening monotone or…

90s_TV_shows_terrible_banner28 Beloved 90’s TV Shows That Were Terrible

Listen: it’s not very positive to look back at the nostalgic past and trash shows that large swaths of people cherish–but it’s the internet and being negative and mean about things pulls more traffic than positive articles so here we are. Besides this, even though the 90’s is enjoying a nostalgia boom due to Millenials…

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