80s Cartoons Were The Best!
Cartoons in the 80s were amazing. Who remembers recording them on a VHS and watching them again and again until we drove our parents mad!
To celebrate the cartoons of this era we've compiled a list of top 5 cartoons from the 80s, we'd love to hear if you agree or not.
Originally released is 1982, SuperTed was a popular cartoon which followed the life on an anthropomorphic teddy bear with superpowers. It was created by Welsh writer and animator Mike Young. Keep an eye out for our SuperTed t-shirt, coming soon.
4. Cities Of Gold
The Mysterious Cities Of Gold first hit the screens in 1982. Set in 1532, the cartoons followed the adventures of a Spanish boy called Esteban who is travelling to the New World in search of his father and lost Seven Cities Of Gold. Check out our Cities Of Gold t-shirt which is available to buy now.
3. Dungeons and Dragons
Dungeons and Dragons only ran for two years (from 1983 to 1985) but it was a childhood favourite for many. It follows the adventures of six friends who are transported to the "realm of Dungeons & Dragons" by taking a ride at an amusement park. Our Dungeons and Dragons t-shirt is available to buy now.
2. Count Duckula
Count Duckula originally appeared on Danger Mouse and in 1988 he was given his own spin-off show. Proving to be popular with the kids, a total of 65 episodes were made. Voiced by the legendary David Jason this was an amazing cartoon and to pay homage our Count Duckula t-shirt is available now.
1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Originally released in 1984, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles followed the lives of four anthropomorphic turtles named after Italian artists. They lived in secrecy in the sewers of New York with their Ninja sensei Splinter who would train them to fight the bad guys. This was an extremely popular cartoon which is why we crowned it as the winner. Keep an eye out for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles t-shirt coming soon.
We have a Count Duckula T-Shirt, a Bananaman T-Shirt, a Dogtanian T-Shirt, a Raccoons T-Shirt and more!
Check out our Retro Cartoon T-Shirts collection for the full range.