Atlanta Twitter Is Weighing In On These 'Cartoons That Should Return' Throwbacks

Nostalgia overload!
Cartoons From The '90s Are Giving Atlanta Millennials The Nostalgia Feels

If you could bring back any cartoon from your childhood, what would you choose? If you're a '90s or 2000s baby, you probably have endless memories of the iconic shows on Nickelodeon, Disney and Cartoon Network. Twitter is weighing in on cartoons from the '90s and beyond that should return and lots of Atlantans are tapping into their nostalgia. 

Lots of Millennials and Gen Zers are grateful for Disney+ bringing back their favorite old-school shows, but there are still tons of nostalgic hits that they don't have access to.

#CartoonsThatReturn is trending on Twitter right now and some of these throwbacks might bring back some memories you may not even realize you had.

From Static Shock to Recess, Atlantans everywhere are posting some of the best retro series of the past.

This one user posted a GIF of the Intro to Animaniacs

"Animaniacs #CartoonsThatShouldReturn," states the caption. Have the deep corners of your memory been tapped yet?

If you ever came home from school to veg out on the couch and watch Ed, Edd n Eddy, you may be wishing for this one to make a come back too.

This GIF shows the iconic trio journeying through the yard in their underwear. Typical.

If you were an avid watcher of Disney Channel, you probably remember The Weekenders. If not, this GIF of the squad nomming on some grub may jog your memory.

"The Weekenders only," says the poster.

One user went so far as to list her top ten list.

The list is as follows: 1. Jake Long the American Dragon; 2. Gargoyles; 3. Justice League; 4. Totally Spies; 5. Recess; 6. Static shock; 7. Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends; 8. Code Name Kids Next Door; 9. Jackie Chan Adventures; 10. Scooby Doo Where Are You.

Maybe these networks will follow the large following of folks longing for their faves to return.

Fans may get lucky if Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network follow in the streaming service footsteps of Disney+.

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