5 90s Cartoons with Hostile Characters & Always Looking for it

Sunday morning is a day that is always awaited for the children of the 90s. Because, Sunday morning is a day where almost all day television shows at that time presenting spectacle of quality cartoons such as Doraemon, Ninja Hattori, Power Ranger, Tom and Jerry and so on.

But you know, among some of these cartoons, there are some characters who are always rivals throughout the series. Do you still remember any cartoons? If you forget, let’s nostalgia again the 90s generation cartoon characters who are always rivals.

1. Tom dan Jerry

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This cartoon series is so popular with children of the 90s generation. The story tells of the hostility between cats named Tom, with an ingenious mouse named Jerry. almost throughout the cartoon series, both are always rivals. Not infrequently, Tom always gets bad luck.

Tom and Jerry reappeared on television shows produced by Hanna-Barbera (1975-1977; 1990-1993) and Filmation Studios (1980-1982). The short animated film produced by MGM by Hanna and Barbera is known for winning seven Academy Awards, as well as the achievements of Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies. These two works are the most award-winning series of animated works.

2. Baby Huey and The Red Fox

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Huey is a character in the “Baby Huey” cartoon series. Baby Huey is a baby duck that has a large body posture. Baby Huey has a silly and careless personality. This is what was used by his rival, The Red Fox who tried to eat it. However, even thanks to its weakness, his rival actually got bad luck and always failed.

This cartoon tells the story of a baby duck who was born with a very large body. In fact, he has an unusual body shape compared to duck children in general.

3. Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner

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Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner are famous Looney Tunes cartoon characters. Wile E. Coyote is a character of coyote (a type of dog) that is always hostile to The Road Runner, the character of birds that run fast. Throughout this cartoon series, Coyote always set a trap to catch his rival but instead the trap was about him.

Wile E. Coyote described a brown koyote and always chased Road Runner. If you see RoarRunner, these characters always set traps, for example with holes, gum, mines, etc. Sometimes also with the pursuit of using rockets, motorbikes or other vehicles, but the intention of this character is less than the appeal of Road Runner reason.

4. Tweety and Sylvester

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Tweety and Sylvester are also included in the row of Looney Tunes characters. Tweety is a yellow canary and Sylvester is a black and white cat. Both of them are Granny’s pets. However, Sylvester always feels jealous and tries to eat Tweety. Sylvester’s efforts always fail to try to catch and eat Tweety

5. Droopy, Dripple and McWolf

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Droopy, Dripple and McWolf are included in the line of popular 90s generation works by Hanna-Barbera. Droopy and Dripple are white dog characters while McWolf is a wolf. McWolf always eyeing and disturbing Droopy and his son, Dripple, but his efforts always failed. Even the expressions of Droopy and Dripple always relaxed against McWolf. Sometimes the trap McWolf made was about him.

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