• Pingu

    The series consists of the life of a family of penguins that live in the South Pole, and more specifically the stories are about the eldest son Pingu, and his friend Robbie the seal. One of the characteristics that makes Pingu an international success was the fact that the dialogues are carried out in incomprehensible slang (penguin or pinguish language), performed without a script by Carlo Bonomi (the same happens in La Línea and Mr. Go).
  • Tiny Toons Adventures

    Tiny Toons Adventures
    is an American animated children's television series created by Tom Ruegger and produced by Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. Production began as a result of the reinstatement of a Warner Bros animation studio in 1989. Tiny Toon Adventures is a cartoon set in the fictional town of Acme City, where most of the Tiny Toons and Looney Tunes live. The characters attend Acme Looniversity, a school whose faculty consists of classic Warner Bros. cartoons.
  • Rugrats

    Rugrats (also known as Diaper Adventures in Latin America, and Rugrats, Diaper Adventures in Spain) is an American animated children's television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, and Paul Germain for Nickelodeon. It was Nickelodeon's longest-running series until 2012, when it was overtaken by SpongeBob with its 173rd episode.
  • Doug

    The series originated from an unpublished book called Doug's New Pair of Shoes created by artist Jim Jinkins and writer Joe Aaron. It was created in 1990 by Nickelodeon artist Jim Jinkins, and produced by his own company Jumbo Pictures in association with the Ellipse Program and Nickelodeon, thus kicking off the TV series with 98 episodes of 15 minutes and 3 of half an hour that were broadcast. between 1991 and 1994.
  • Ren and Stimpy

    Ren and Stimpy
    Ren and Stimpy (its original title in English, The Ren & Stimpy Show) is an animated series for television. It was created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi, also known as John. K. The protagonists of the series are Ren, a neurotic Chihuahua, and Stimpy, a silly cat, who live adventures that aim to satirize American culture and society from a humor generally considered grotesque and somewhat extravagant.
  • Darkwing Duck

    Darkwing Duck
    Darkwing Duck is an American animated series produced by The Walt Disney Company and broadcast during the years 1991–1992 throughout the world. In the United States it premiered on Disney Channel and later aired on Toon Disney, Latin America on Disney Channel Latin America.
  • Sailor Moon

    Sailor Moon
    is a manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi in December 1991. The manga became particularly famous for re-popularizing the magical girls subgenre with great success, and its sentai elements also achieved massive acceptance among the male sector, generally less interested in these types of stories.
  • Batman: The Animated Series

    Batman: The Animated Series
    is an American animated television series. The acclaimed series is an adaptation of the comic book starring the DC Comics superhero Batman. It was developed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and originally broadcast on Fox Kids from September 4, 1992 to December 22, 1995 with a total of 85 episodes.
  • Goof Trop

    Goof Trop
    The Goofy Troop (Goof Troop as original title) is an animated television comedy series from The Walt Disney Company with Goofy as a father figure and bonding with his son Max and Pete as his neighbor. Created by Robert Taylor and Micheal Peraza Jr., the main 65-episode series ran in the 1992 syndication on Disney Afternoon, while an additional thirteen episodes ran on Saturday mornings on ABC. A special Christmas was produced as well, which was developed in syndication.
  • Rocko's Modern Life

    Rocko's Modern Life
    Rocko's Modern Life (Rocko's Modern Life in Spanish) was an animated series released in 1993 in the United States by Joe Murray and broadcast by the Nickelodeon chain where it was part of the first Nicktoons. This animated series was about a wallaby.
  • X-Men

    X-Men was an American television animated series released on October 31, 1992 (1993–1994 season) by the Fox signal as part of the Fox Kids program block, aimed at children.The show features X-Men similar in appearance and lineup in the early 90's. Drawn by Jim Lee (specifically, Cyclops' blue suit, set in early issues of X-Men: Legacy), composed of Cyclops, Wolverine , Rogue, Storm, Beast, Gambit, Glee, Jean Gray, Professor X, as well as an original character.
  • Aladdin

    Aladdin or Aladdin is an animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the thirty-first film in the Walt Disney Animation canon and was made in a period known as the Disney Renaissance.
  • Beavis and Butt-head

    Beavis and Butt-head
    Beavis and Butt-Head is an American animated comedy created and designed by Mike Judge. The series originated from Frog Baseball, a 1992 short film by Judge originally aired on Liquid Television. The show centers on two socially incompetent teenage delinquents, lovers of Heavy Metal, Beavis and Butt-Head (both voiced by Judge), who attend Highland High School in Highland, Texas.
  • Animaniacs

    Animaniacs (Animanía en dubbles para Hispanoamérica y España) is a cartoon series created by Tom Ruegger, distributed by Warner Bros. and produced by Amblin Entertainment. The series was first broadcast by Fox Kids on T.G.I.F. between 1993 and 1995, and then by The WB as part of its children's block Kids' WB from 1995 to 1998. In the United States it was later broadcast on Cartoon Network, and on Nickelodeon.
  • Gargoyles

    Gargoyles (Gargoyles, mythological heroes in Spain, and Gargoyles, gothic heroes in Latin America) is an American animated series created by Greg Weisman, produced by Greg Weisman and Frank Paur and aired from October 24, 1994 to October 15 February 1997. It was conceived as one of the most ambitious Disney series, targeting a more mature audience.
  • Dexter's Laboratory

    Dexter's Laboratory
    Dexter's Laboratory is an animated science fiction and comedy series for children created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series revolves around Dexter, a red-haired genius boy with a secret laboratory filled with a collection of his inventions. Dexter sometimes finds himself constantly in conflict with his scandalous but sympathetic sister Dee Dee, who always manages to enter his laboratory despite his efforts to keep her out of it, as well as Mandark, his archrival.
  • Pinky and the Brain

    Pinky and the Brain
    Pinky and the Brain are two fictional characters from the animated television series Animaniacs. They later had their own television series called Pinky and the Brain, which was produced by Steven Spielberg and Warner Bros. Animation.They are two genetically altered lab mice that live in Acme Labs. In each episode Cerebro devises a plan to try to conquer the world with Pinky, The series won an Emmy in 1999.
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Neon Genesis Evangelion also known simply as Evangelion, or Eva, is an anime series created by the Gainax studio and directed by Hideaki Anno. The story of the play takes place in a futuristic world in which a paramilitary organization called NERV protects humanity from the attacks of beings of unknown origin and nature, the «Angels», using for this bio humanoid mechas called Evangelion (shortened to EVA).
  • Hey, Arnold!

    Hey, Arnold!
    Hey, Arnold! is an American animated series, produced by the Nickelodeon chain, which shows, broadly speaking, the life of a 9-year-old boy in the suburbs of the town where he lives; Arnold, along with his friends, are in the fourth grade of elementary school 118 in Hillwood City, a large fictional city located in the state of Washington, but that mixes elements of New York, Seattle, and even London.
  • Daria

    Daria is an American animated television series for adults, created by Glenn Eichler and Susie Lewis Lynn for the MTV channel. This is a sitcom that satirizes high school life and popular culture through Daria Morgendorffer, an intelligent teenager whose personality does not fit in with her surroundings.
  • Pokémon

    Pokémon is a metaserial anime created by Satoshi Tajiri, Junichi Masuda and Ken Sugimori, which tells the story of Ash Ketchum, a young Pokémon trainer from Pallet Town who begins a journey to achieve his dream, to be a Pokémon Master. The series is based on the Pokémon video game saga also created by Satoshi Tajiri, developed by Game Freak and distributed by Nintendo, which first appeared on the Japanese market on February 27, 1996.
  • Johnny Bravo

    Johnny Bravo
    Johnny Bravo is an American animated series created by the Filipino Van Partible, broadcast by Cartoon Network and the second in the Cartoon Cartoons anthology.2 His eponymous character is a brawny and boastful young man who lives with his mother in the fictional Aron City —Or City Aron—; He earnestly tries to flirt with women, but his egotism and crudeness condemn him to rejection and lead to all kinds of mishaps.
  • Cow and Chicken

    Cow and Chicken
    Cow and Chicken is an American television cartoon comedy created by David Feiss, produced by Hanna-Barbera and broadcast on Cartoon Network. It focuses on the adventures of an absurd duo of brothers: the seven-year-old cow and the eleven-year-old chicken, who are homonyms to their species and live with their parents in a suburban home, often facing the problems caused by their antagonist. a demon known as Red Subject
  • South Park

    South Park
    South Park is an American animated television series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for the Comedy Central channel. It is aimed at adult audiences and is characterized by satirizing American society, current affairs and culture with black humor through the surreal stories and situations that happen to its protagonists, 1 four boys (Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny) living in a fictional Colorado town called South Park
  • Recess

    Recess (known as La banda del patio in Spain, and as Recreo in Latin America) is an animated series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, created by Joe Ansolabehere and Paul Germain.
  • Pepper Ann

    Pepper Ann
    Pepper Ann is an American animated television series, created by Sue Rose and produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. The protagonist of the story is Pepper Ann Pearson, a young woman who faces recurring situations of adolescence. It aired for the first time on September 13, 1997 and remained on the air until November 18, 2000, with a total of five seasons premiered on the ABC children's animation block.
  • The Powerpuff Girls

    The Powerpuff Girls
    The Powerpuff Girls is an American animated series created by Craig McCracken and broadcast by Cartoon Network. Her action-adventure stories focus on Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, three preschool-age girls who possess superpowers and fight crime - particularly their arch nemesis, Mojo Jojo - in the fictional city of Townsville, United States. They live with their creator, Professor Utonium, and after serving as defenders they return to their occupations as normal infants.
  • Batman Beyond

    Batman Beyond
    is a superhero-themed, science-fiction animated television series developed by Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, and Alan Burnett, the series features Bruce Wayne, the original Batman, as an old man retired from superhero work, radioing in on Terry McGinnis, the new Batman.
  • Shōjo Kakumei Utena

    Shōjo Kakumei Utena
    Shōjo Kakumei Utena is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Chiho Saitō. The manga began its publication in the June 1996 issue of Ciao magazine and consists of five compilation volumes. The anime series was released in 1997 and has 39 episodes. The anime and manga were created at the same time, but despite some similarities, they progress in different directions. In Mexico it is known as "Úrsula's magic ring".