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ThatDudeintheHoodie
Everyone remembers Saturday morning cartoons. However who remembers After School cartoons?

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Benjanime
i don't remember a whole bunch during my more youthful days.... but when middle school started for me i tried to get every chance i could to watch what was on toonami.
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Mr Magic
I remember coming home from school and watching the Disaster Area block on TBS.
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Derk
I remember them fondly and clearly. Our local station would play Widget, Mother Goose and Grimm, Captain Planet, and Exo-Squad. After that, I'd flip the channel to our local PBS affiliate and catch Wishbone before the news.

I never liked Captain Planet (Even as a kid I knew it was really corny), but I loved the rest of those shows. Exo-Squad was probably the best of the bunch.
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pikachulover
I usually watched Fox Kids', Kids' WB or the Disney Afternoon.
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massreality
My routine was Rescue Rangers, Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, and then usually a channel turn to watch Full House. Some of my favorite after school memories happened with those shows.
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Vaporman87
My after school tv watching was usually He-Man, Transformers, G.I. Joe and M.A.S.K. on our local network affiliates. Ahhh, those were good days.
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Mr Magic
Animaniacs and Tiny Toon Adventures.

Those were cool shows to come home to.
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ThatDudeintheHoodie
I watched Kids WB and Toonami as a kid. Switched between the two.
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NLogan
Early on it was HE-MAN and the Masters of the Universe, GI*JOE, and Transformers. Later it was DuckTales, Tailspin, and Rescue Rangers. At the very end of my after school cartoon days it was Tiny Toons and Batman.
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