When two benevolent aliens arrive and gift humanity with the invention known as the hyperdrive, mankind spreads to planets across the universe and the Galaxy Rangers are established to maintain law and order in these new colonies beyond Earth.
There’s a weird reboot currently streaming on Apple TV+ but the original PBS Ghostwriter is a favorite of 90s kids everywhere as a group of friends in Brooklyn solved mysteries with the help of a mysterious but friendly spirit, the titular Ghostwriter.
Starring Rick Moranis, Gravedale High debuted in 1990 on NBC Saturday mornings and followed Moranis’ Max Schneider, the only human teacher at a school full of teenage monsters inspired by classic Universal Monsters and other iconic creatures.
Based on the cult 1978 horror-comedy of the same name and its sequel, Return of the Killer Tomatoes, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, the animated series, aired for two seasons starting in 1990 on Fox Kids.
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.
Running for one season in 1997, Mummies Alive! followed a team of ancient warriors who come back from the dead in modern times to protect the reincarnation of a young Egyptian prince from an evil sorcerer looking to kill him and drain his lifeforce for immortality.
Based on the iconic toy line by Mattel, Heroes on Hot Wheels was also an American adaptation of the long-running French racing comic Michel Vaillant that started back in the 1950s where heroic racing champion Michael Valiant and his team/family traveled the globe competing in anything and everything that ties into racing.
As we get ready to head out to A Video Game Con this coming weekend, what better way is there to get into the retro gaming mindset than with the classic 80s arcade game show, Starcade, hosted by the awesome Geoff Edwards.
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.