Over at my website, Comics on the Brain, I take a look at 15 of my favorite cartoon title sequences. Now I'll be the first to admit that my list is just for me. It isn't the "Best Ever" or "World's Greatest" cartoon opening titles. They're just mine, as shaped by my own experience.
(And boy do I get aggravated by VH1's multi-part specials about the 100 greatest this and thats. They aren't the greatest. They're just the greatest according to the people they asked!)
But back to my favorites list. I grew up in the 1970s and 1980s, so my favorites are exclusively from that era. For one thing, you can bet there's some superheroes and others that I wish were turned into comics.
What are yours? Tell me in the comments here or at my own site.
Read my article "Top 10 Cartoon Title Sequences," and then let me know!
Want a couple of favorites to tide you over until your browser loads? Then try these:
Check out "The Visionaries," which comes in at No. 10 on my list. It was produced by Hasbro and Sunbow, a company largely affiliated with Marvel Comics.
Coming in at my No. 6 slot is "Galaxy High," a cartoon that is fondly remembered by me -- and has an international cult status -- despite only lasting 13 episodes!
As for the rest, well, just check out Comics on the Brain!