Thread: Did any guys like "girl" cartoons?

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    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    LOL...yeah, I'm sure their were afew. As a boy you didn't watch them infront of your friends. You would have gotten a beaten. I did watch She-raw.
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    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    dont get me wrong..I didn't play with barbie's or anything. But as an adult, all 80's things are nostalgic to me...even Jem & She-Ra
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    Well i wouldn't consider "Sailor Moon" girly, not when it's uncut! now it's more adult and guys would love it in the Uncut version.
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    I just watched an episode of She-Ra and surprisingly it held up better than he-man! (though the "sword become ____!" stuff got old real fast)
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    ha ha, no I can't say I did
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    Quote by St.
    ha ha, no I can't say I did

    you're still in high school so you wont admit to it!

    Quote by Hadley
    I just watched an episode of She-Ra and surprisingly it held up better than he-man! (though the "sword become ____!" stuff got old real fast)


    it would have been cool to see "sword to terror-claw" or something cool like that!
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    Oh come on! I wouldn't say "She-Ra" was girly, it did have boy appeal such as Hordak and his horde which were in the "Masters of the Universe" toys and there was Skeletor who was one of the villains on the show and sometimes He-Man and friends like Orko would show up.

    Some boys even had crushes on some of the characters like i did when i was 4! i had a huge crush on Adora, Catra, and Frosta at that age.
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    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    They drew those ladies very nicely. I for one enjoyed She-Ra. It was really another season of He-man.
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    I liked the Horde a little better than the evil warriors.
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    Quote by kayvee
    They drew those ladies very nicely. I for one enjoyed She-Ra. It was really another season of He-man.


    they certainly were well rounded for a kid's show weren't they?

    then agian so were the figures/dolls.... what do you expect from the company that created barbie?
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    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    You can expect a lot.
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    When we used to have to share one tv I had to watch Jem and Shera with my sister and I grew to enjoy Shera. It came on right after Heman so they kind of blended together in my mind. I never liked Jem as a show, too soap-opera-y but I liked the way they drew most of the female characters, who vistied my dreams when I was younger from time to time.
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    In fact, I liked (and still do like) some "cute" cartoons. Particularly Care Bears. I still have what I think is my whole collection of Care Bears from when I stopped collecting them. I also liked popples, and liked to watch "My Little Pony and Friends". I have seen a few of the "Pony Tales" shorts on Youtube, and I have to say it's kinda cute, even if it's about multicolored ponies.

    I generally didn't like cartoons that were cute to the extreme, to the point of being in (IMO) bad taste, more kitzchy than cute. I'm thinking particularly of Strawberry Shortcake. That was one cheesy show/toy line (I think I only saw parts of two episodes on TV. I did however see one whole adventure, which I don't remember well. It was shown as a short before "Care Bears: The Movie", which I enjoyed.

    I was kind of interested in Jem, but only watched the show from time to time, when I got around to it. Now, watching uploads on Youtube, I have to say that it was one of the most intelligent shows on TV in those days for kids. Good lessons to be learned.
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    As I mentioned in my post for the show's entry on this site, I not only watched but also taped eps from "Sabrina the Animated Series", not just because of my curiosity of all things Wiccan, but also because of the fact that the most favored character on this show (and the live action sitcom), Salem, was voiced by the sports gambling world's Loveable Loser, Nick Bakay. So, in that sense, I'm not sure if this show counts. For the most part, I didn't like much of the girl shows that were on TV in the 80's. There were some oddball cartoon shows I liked that might have been considered cutesy enough to be made for girls, et al., "The Biskitts" or "The Wuzzles". But, like most guys, I have a tolerance limit on cuteness.
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    Ok! guys i am gonna admit that i always used to like watching Jem and Carebears with my sister ops:
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    I enjoyed "My Little Pony" when I was little
    I have also seen 1 episode of W.I.T.C.H
    Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi is good too.
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    from time to time i'll read japanese girl comics.. I didnt just admit that though.
    Im sorry, but our princess is at another castle.
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    I used to like Powerpuff Girls, but when you think about it, that wasn't much of a "girly" cartoon. It was a little too violent.

    I watched Sabrina: The Animated Series for a short while, but if it weren't for Salem's witty repartee I wouldn't have watched it.
    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    Quote by CheezNapkin
    I used to like Powerpuff Girls, but when you think about it, that wasn't much of a "girly" cartoon. It was a little too violent.

    I watched Sabrina: The Animated Series for a short while, but if it weren't for Salem's witty repartee I wouldn't have watched it.

    theres an toonami commercial for the powerpuff girls on here somewheres, and the show was pretty obviously not being marketed exclusively to girls in that ad.

    Personally I liked the writing in Powerpuff Girls. the villians were endearing to say the least.

    has anyone here seen the japanese remake of Powerpuff though?
    'Powerpuff Girls Z' is friggin trippy..
    Im sorry, but our princess is at another castle.
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    • 12 years 11 months ago
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    you guys rule! cheers to the brave!
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