Since these days I hardly ever watch TV shows except movies, I decided that I would talk about my favourite TV shows I watched in my childhood for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday.
1. Teen Titans
Teen Titans, go! When I was young, I had a crush on Robin. Anyone with me? I also liked Raven but I have always wanted her to get together with Robin instead of Starfire. I used to play Teen Titans games during computer classes. Ah.. Happy memories!
2. Sailor Moon
Anyone with their childhood in the early 2000’s must have definitely watched either the dubbed or original version of Sailor Moon. I don’t quite remember which version of it I first watched but after the television station stopped airing the series, I went ahead and collected Sailor moon mangas and bought the CD set.
3. Cardcaptor Sakura
Another of my childhood faves. I love all of Sakura’s different costumes which Tomoyo makes her wear every time she has to catch Clow cards. After so many years the series and the manga has been completed, finally this year CLAMP has started a new arc for Cardcaptor Sakura: The Clear Card Arc. The anime version is also going underway.
4. Kappa Mikey
Kappa Mikey was an animation I watched in the afternoon only when I was free, but that show never failed to make me laugh. Mikey’s silly antics and ideas were absolutely hilarious!
5. Avatar: The Last Airbender
I didn’t actually follow the series per se, but I do watch Avatar as soon as I have finished my homework. I enjoyed watching and imagining myself being an element bender which was absolutely fun when I was a kid.
6. Winx Club
Winx Club! Who wouldn’t love all of their shimmering costumes and fairy powers which evolve in each new season? I just adore their wings and I still do!
7. The Powerpuff Girls
The Powerpuff Girls was probably what every little girl watched on Saturday mornings. They were just adorable and the thought that even little girls had the power to fight evil made me admire them.
8. Power Rangers
There were quite a number of different series of Power Rangers so I don’t recall which series I watched. I think I watched a little of each. The fun thing with watching this type of series is that each episode has a different plot so I don’t have to watch the whole series to get what the story was about.
9. Dexter’s Laboratory
Dexter, the genius. I used to admire his brains as he hatched plan after plan. In my childhood, my other dream was to have a big secret laboratory.
10. Dora the Explorer
Yes, I was one of the kids who answered enthusiastically whenever Dora asked a question and I was also one of the kids who clapped their hands to catch those novas. Oh, I was also one of the kids who shouted “Swiper stop swiping! Swiper stop swiping!”.