How Well Do You Remember the Names of the Characters From These '90s Cartoons?

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Jacqueline Samaroo

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Scrooge McDuck is one of the main characters that appears in "Duck Tales." Scrooge McDuck is best known for being a wealthy business magnate and the uncle of Donald Duck.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Batman is the central character that appears in "Batman: The Animated Series." Batman is best known for being a superhero that fights crime in the dangerous city of Gotham.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Beavis is one of the main characters that appears in "Beavis and Butt-Head." Beavis is best known for being the best friend of the other title character, Butt-Head. He is voiced by the series creator, Mike Judge.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Wakko is one of the main characters that appears in "Animaniacs." Wakko Warner is best known for being the middle child and also the wackiest of the Warner siblings (as his name suggests).

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Goliath is one of the main characters that appears in "Gargoyles." Goliath is best known for being strong, intelligent and the leader of the Manhattan Clan.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Harley Quinn is one of the main characters that appears in "Batman: The Animated Series." Harley Quinn is best known for being an original character created for the show and closest accomplice of the Joker.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Rocko is the title character of "Rocko’s Modern Life." Rocko is best known for being a wallaby that emigrates from Australia to America and goes to high school there.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Tommy Pickles is one of the main characters that appears in "Rugrats." Tommy Pickles is best known for being the kind and brave de facto leader of his play group.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Leela is one of the main characters that appears in "Futurama." Leela is best known for being strong-willed and is arguably the most competent person working at Planet Express.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Bart Simpson is one of the main characters that appears in "The Simpsons." Bart Simpson is best known for being rebellious and mischievous, as well as the eldest child and only son of Homer and Marge.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Johnny Bravo is the titular character of the show of the same name, "Johnny Bravo." He is best known for being a muscular womanizer who is almost always unsuccessful in his interactions with women.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Dee Dee is one of the main characters that appears in "Dexter’s Laboratory." Dee Dee is best known for being the older sister of Dexter who oftentimes proves to be an annoyance to her younger brother.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Sonic the Hedgehog is the titular character of the show of the same name, "Sonic the Hedgehog." Sonic is best known for being a freedom fighter that is fighting to free the world from Dr. Robotnik.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Bubbles is one of the main characters that appears in "The Powerpuff Girls." Bubbles is best known for being the sister of Blossom and Buttercup, as well as a hero in the city of Townsville.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Chuckie Finster is one of the main characters that appears in "Rugrats." Chuckie is known for being the best friend of Tommy, and he is also a scaredy-cat.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Fry is the protagonist of "Futurama." Fry was accidentally cryogenically frozen at the end of 1999 and then revived in the year 2999; he works as a delivery boy for Planet Express.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Butt-Head is one of the main characters that appears in "Beavis and Butt-Head." Butt-Head is the best friend of the other title character, Beavis.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Stan Marsh appears in "South Park." Stan Marsh is one of the main characters of the show, along with Eric Cartman, Kyle Broflovski and Kenny McCormick.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Lisa Simpson is one of the main characters that appears in "The SImpsons." Lisa is best known for being the most intelligent member of the Simpson family and the middle child.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Edd is one of the main characters that appears in "Ed, Edd n Eddy." Edd is best known for being the most intelligent member of the group, as well as also a neat freak and inventor.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Pinky is one of the main characters that appears in "Pinky and the Brain." Pinky is best known for being the good-natured half of the duo and also appears to be a bit dimwitted.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

SpongeBob SquarePants is the titular character of the show of the same name, "SpongeBob SquarePants." Spongebob is best known for being the good-natured and naïve fry cook who works at the Krusty Krab.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Tom Cat is one of the main characters that appears in "Tom and Jerry." Tom is best known for being the longstanding rival of the other title character, Jerry.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Dexter is the titular character of "Dexter’s Laboratory." Dexter is best known for being a boy-genius who has a secret laboratory where he creates and houses his inventions.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Stewie Griffin is one of the main characters that appears in "Family Guy." Stewie is best known for being an intelligent infant and the youngest child of Peter and Lois.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Kyle Broflovski is one of the main characters that appears in "South Park." Kyle is best known for being one of the main characters of the show, along with Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, and Kenny McCormick.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Hank Hill is one of the main characters that appears in "King of the Hill." Hank is best known for being the conservative assistant manager of Strickland Propane. He is deeply passionate about propane and propane accessories.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

The Brain is one of the main characters that appears in "Pinky and the Brain." He is best known for being the more nefarious one of the duo who is always trying to take over the world.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Bender is one of the main characters that appears in "Futurama." Bender (also known as Bending Unit 22, unit number 1,729, serial number 2716057) is best known for being the alcoholic and chain-smoking robot who is the assistant manager of sales at Planet Express.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Yakko is one of the main characters that appears in "Animaniacs." Yakko Warner is best known for being the oldest of the Warner siblings and also the most talkative one as well.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Homer Simpson is one of the main characters that appears in "The Simpsons." Homer is best known for being the dim-witted patriarch of the Simpson family and a safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Arnold is the titular character of the show that shares his name, "Hey Arnold!" Arnold is a fourth-grader who lives with his grandparents in the city.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

NegaDuck is one of the main characters that appears in "Darkwing Duck." NegaDuck is best known for being the evil twin of the protagonist, Darkwing Duck, and the main antagonist of the series.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Dot is one of the main characters that appears in "Animaniacs." Dot Warner is best known for being the only girl of the Warner siblings and the youngest one as well.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Krusty the Clown is one of the main characters that appears in "The Simpsons." Krusty is best known for being the cynical chain-smoking host of "The Itchy & Scratchy Show," Lisa and Bart’s favorite TV show.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Buster Bunny is one of the main characters that appears in "Tiny Toon Adventures." Buster Bunny is best known for being the central character of the series (similar to how Bugs Bunny is the central character of Looney Tunes.

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Kenny McCormick is one of the main characters that appears in "South Park." Kenny is best known for being one of the main characters of the show, along with Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh and Kyle Broflovski.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Eric Cartman appears in "South Park." Cartman is best known for being one of the main characters of the show, along with Kyle Broflovski, Stan Marsh and Kenny McCormick.

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Which '90s cartoon character is this?

Max Goof is one of the main characters that appears in "Goof Troop." Max Goof is best known for being the son of the long-standing Disney character, Goofy.

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About This Quiz

Are you ready to get animated with the best cartoon characters that the '90s has to offer?

The '90s was a great decade for movies and music; however, many people overlook the fact that these years produced some of the most memorable and iconic cartoons of all time. From the grim tales of heroism in "Batman: The Animated Series" to more hilarious stories like the ones showcased on "Pinky and the Brain," the '90s had cartoons that could match whatever you were looking for. That's why this quiz is bound to be an enjoyable nostalgia trip!

In fact, the '90s also proved that cartoons did not have to be geared toward young children in order to be successful, with "The Simpsons" gaining popularity and having its golden age during this decade. "The Simpsons" (and the popularity that it gained) in turn served as an inspiration for other animated prime-time shows for adults, such as "Family Guy," "South Park," "Futurama" and "King of the Hill," proving once and for all that it was okay for adults to watch and enjoy cartoons too.

So, get your remote control ready and pull out the snacks and drinks! Let's take a trip down memory lane with our '90s cartoon characters quiz!

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