8. Gargoyles (1994 – 1997)
This cartoon was totally dissimilar to other toons from the 90s. As it is, Gargoyles was outright dark. Saturated with mythology and being Shakespearean in its melancholy and acting, the show was appropriate for a more youthful audience. However, it never shied far from testing topics and storylines. It ostensibly had the best cast of any toon with gifted performers like Keith David, Ed Asner and Tim Curry giving their voice abilities to the show.
7. Dexter’s Laboratory (1996 – 2003)
Dexter’s Laboratory was centred on a kid genius with an underground liar who is attempting to keep his innovations and privileged insights far from his family, especially his hyperactive sister Dee. He’s additionally contending with a young evil genius called Mandark. Dexter’s Laboratory was an abnormal yet inventive fun show.