Based on the absurdly popular HBO series and its ghoulish host, CBS aired the kids game show Secrets of the Cryptkeeper’s Haunted House for one season starting in Fall 1996 with John Kassir back to voice The Cryptkeeper and provide color commentary.
Hot off the heels of the excellent 1991 live-action movie, The Addams Family started airing on Saturday mornings on ABC in 1992 and ran until November 1993 with 60s Gomez John Astin back to voice the character alongside a slew of 90s cartoon voice acting all-stars.
Debuting in 1992 and trying to pull off some of the heat from the white-hot TMNT, Wild West COW-Boys of Moo Mesa put a Wild West theme on the anthropomorphic animal genre as a trio of bovine lawmen protected the town of Moo Mesa from various outlaws and villains.
Based on the highly popular 90s toyline which featured awesome mini-playsets, Mighty Max followed the titular pre-teen hero as he came into possession of a powerful artifact that took the form of a red baseball cap that lets him travel across time and space. Teaming with his allies Virgil and Norman, Max has to battle the evil forces of Skullmaster, who wants the cap for his own evil purposes.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is hitting theaters this weekend after decades of the books intriguing and scarring children for life, mostly due to the horrific imagery created by Stephen Gammell. Slightly less scarring book adaptations appeared on PBS throughout the 90s thanks to a scrappy Jack Russell terrier named Wishbone. Debuting on […]
The 90s Spider-Man cartoon is an undisputed classic for most 90s kids and helped introduce a number of them to iconic Marvel heroes and villains through multi-chapter storylines during the show’s run from 1994 to 1998.
With Dark Phoenix seeming like a boring disaster, why not check out the classic first episode of the iconic 1992 X-Men animated series instead? Night of the Sentinels Part 1 is available to watch in the latest edition of Everything Action Theater.
Founded in 1991, alt-rock band Dogstar featured the one and only Keanu Reeves on bass along with members Gregg Miller, Bret Demrose and Robert Mailhouse and the group toured and put out two albums before breaking up in 2002.
Although it’s not clear if it will be heard in this weekend’s Detective Pikachu, Pokemon still has one of the most iconic theme songs of all time, especially for 90s kids, with the English version sung by Jason Paige and the Japanese version sung by voice actress Rica Matsumoto.
Before the MCU, Marvel fans in the 90s had to get their fix from the comics and animated shows like 1994’s Iron Man, which was part of the syndicated “Marvel Power Hour” with the 90s Fantastic Four cartoon.