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Amazon Prime Videos Is the Destination for 90s Kids

By TeamBinged    @binged_ - July 12, 2019 @ 5:16 pm

Amazon Prime Videos Is the Destination for 90s KidsIf you grew up watching Cartoon Network in the late 90s and early 20s, you must be completely aware of the best of animations. Amazon Prime maybe the best destination for 90s kids today as it has everything they grew up watching. Here’s a list of animation shows which are available on Amazon Prime.

Dexter’s Laboratory

Thanks to this little scientists, Math and science became a more lovable subject for us. Little Dexter has the most amazing laboratory where he conducts the most brilliant experiments. Ofcourse, there are disruptions, such as Dee Dee and her brilliant ideas of destroying the laboratory.

Powerpuff Girls

Sugar and spice can make anything nice, but add a little bit of accidentally poured chemical X, created the Powerpuff Girls, and then history happened. From fighting off Mojojojo, to HIM, these three super powerful girls brought new dimensions in the realm of animations.

Adventures of Tintin

Herge’s Tintin, Captain Haddock and Dr Cuthberth Calculus, have been some of the favourite characters of 90s kids who grew up reading their comics. Tintin, in his little adventures inspired many of us to see the world, beyond the reality that exists right in front of us.

Mr Bean

Way before memes took over the internet, we have Mr Bean, a careless man who had too much in his mind engaged in covering up his silly mistakes, and the other half restricting him from making other silly mistakes, only to make a bigger mistake. Sloppiness has been his best friend, and thereby our best entertainer too.

Johnny Bravo

Way before the debate of feminism started, we had Johnny Bravo, a man who got beaten up for not treating women with respect. Johnny Bravo was an animation, which was much needed for kids to understand why one musn’t objectify women.

All the series are available on Amazon Prime Videos

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