Recently, Netflix released the release of “Lord of the Universe”, the new animation that follows the adventures of He-Man. As excited as people were and with a sense of nostalgia in their hearts, we decided to compile a list of cartoons from the 80s and 90s that were remastered.
After remembering that it’s been over 30 years since 1990, you just don’t seem too old, huh?
In 2020, a revival of Animaniacs was released, memorable animation from the 90s. The revival featured voice actors Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Trace McNeill and was very successful with the public.
The program made a splash on social networks and garnered approval from 84% of Rotten Tomatoes and 93% of viewers.
However, despite the success, Tom Rueger, the creator of the cartoon, did not like the reboot and was criticized. “I don’t want to do this show without the fantastic writers and cast that made it. I think fans will love a revival if it really captures the essence, fun, chaos, and humor of the original,” he commented of.
Uncle Patinhos is one of the most iconic characters in the cartoon and he, Hugueinho, Cezinho and Luisinho are back with Everything in DuckTales – Os Cacadores de Aventuras, a new version of the series.
Production was left to Disney itself and features new voice actors such as David Tennant, Danny Pudi, Ben Schwartz and Bobby Moynihan.
Although the reboot was very successful, the cartoon was canceled after the third season.
And for those who are thinking that rebooting is definitely a success, we’ve come up with a revival that didn’t make the masses so happy: Thundercats. With only 26 episodes and one season, the series failed to convert fans into customers.
The most famous thief in the cartoon has returned. “Carmen Sandiego”, “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” Inspired work. Premiered on Netflix in January 2019.
In English, Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez for Jane the Virgin and the protagonist’s friend Player are voiced by Stranger Things’s Finn Wolfhard.
In the reboot, the Care Bears reunite to explore an area of the Kingdom of Affection called the Brightest Side that has never been seen before. Care Bears: Unlocked the Magic returns with familiar characters and introduces Dibble, a type of pet from Kingdom of Affection.
The new series consists of 48 regular 11-minute episodes, two 22-minute specials and twenty 20-second mini-shorts.
Nickelodeon, in partnership with Point Gray Picture, producer of Seth Rogen, is producing a reboot of Ninja Turtles. The film will be directed by Jeff Rowe, with a screenplay by Brendan O’Brien, and stars Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Josh Fegan, and Paramount Pictures among other well-known names.
On his Twitter account, Seth Rogen shared the release date of the long-awaited Turtles film: August 11, 2023, in the United States.
Until then, you have enough time to revisit all the adventures with Raphael, Donatello, Michelangelo and Leonardo.
The French franchise has also received a successful reboot. Released in the late ’90s, Digimon tells the story of a group of kids and their monster-warriors in a virtual world.
In the new adaptation, Digimon Adventure, the plot takes place in 2020, so we may see similar characters using the internet and cell phones.
You can find episodes on Crunchyroll Streaming, a platform focused on the distribution and publication of Asian content.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Everyone’s beloved character is back in Netflix’s promising reboot. In its new version, Masters of the Universe: Saving Eternia, it keeps the same beloved characters and picks up where the original design left off.
Dubbing is performed by such well-known actors as Mark Hamill, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Liam Cunningham, Alicia Silverstone, Jason Momoa and others.
So if you’re on the team that believes they don’t picture like before, you need to check out these reboots!