Published at Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 - 01:21:43 AM. . By Therese Joseph.
The first Iron Man cartoon debuted twice before the 1990s first in the 1966 series The Marvel superheroes and second in a guest spot in Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends,. Most people my friend included are familiar with his appearance in the 1990s. Iron Man had his own show in 1994, which ran for two seasons. Ironically, Iron Man shared the spotlight considerably not only with Jim Rhodes future alter ego War Machine, but also with the Avengers spin-off Force Works, which consisted of classic heroes like Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch. Iron Mans arch-nemesis the Mandarin appeared, with a similarly prolific group of supervillains, including Blizzard, MODOK, Grey Gargoyle, Justin Hammer.
6. Dragon Ball Z - Japanese cartoons are known for their righteous protagonists, who go on tough missions. The Dragon Ball Z series is about Goku – a boy, who along with his teenage friend named Bulma goes on a journey to find the dragon balls. By using these balls, Goku wants to call upon a dragon called Shenlong and have his one wish fulfilled. He trains under a master to be successful in his quest. He also makes more friends as he advances in his journey. The series was first shown on US televisions in February 1996 and continued until November 1997. The popularity of the Dragon Ball cartoon shows was so much that the markets were flooded with merchandise featuring Goku.
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