I am confident that nearly all of us grew up watching some cartoons. Are there any you can rewatch and still enjoy? Two I still like are Courage the Cowardly Dog and ReBoot.
Tom and Jerry is always a classic. Though I hardly watch TV.
Also, Ed, Edd, and Eddy was pretty great.
Ranma 1/2, Batman: The animated series (the awesome one with the best joker in history), Urusei Yatsura, the Power Puff girls, Samurai Jack. (These I sort of grew up with)
Frisky Dingo, The Xtacles (a cancelled 2 episode spin-off of Frisky Dingo that you won't really understand that well unless you watched the first show), these are relatively new, but I rewatch them anyway.
Aside from that, I recently purchased Les Mondes Engloutis, and thought I'd give that a whallop, as well as the "Il était une fois…" series, and see if they're as exciting as I remember. Although, I probably enjoyed them so much because they hadn't been dubbed. Blegh.
I still like some cartoons but I don't watch them that much anymore.
(1) I like C. the Cowardly Dog but again, I haven't seen an episode in months or at least a year.
(2) I do like Pinky and the Brain still as well as Batman: The Animated Series.
(3) I still like Robotech, though I could definitely be bashed for that.
“Batman: The animated series (the awesome one with the best joker in history)”
I recommend you watch Batman: Under the Red Hood, Batman: Year One, and Justice League: Doom, excel.
Cartoons as in American animation?
Archer (I'm surprised no one has said this yet), Venture Brothers, Sealab 2021 (great show), Frisky Dingo (I love Chinatown!), Harvey Birdman (HA HA!)
'Men do not change, they unmask themselves' - Germaine de Stael
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Agreed, I'm a big fan of a lot of old looney tunes as well. Batman and some of those DC cartoons are good as well.
"As in a kaleidoscope, the constellation of forces operating in the system as a whole is ever changing." - Ludwig Lachmann
"When A Man Dies A World Goes Out of Existence" - GLS Shackle
Oh yeah, the looney tunes were great. When I was really young, my parents bought my sister and me a tape called 50 of the Greatest Cartoons. I recommend that to anyone.