Young people were hooked to watching anime shows in the 90’s. Gadgets and social media were still non-existent during that time so kids and teens turn to television for entertainment. Right after school, kids enthusiastically tuned to their favorite anime channel to watch robots or flying superhumans save the world. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and remember the anime we all love watching in the 90’s
1. Ghost Fighter
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The story revolves around the 14-year-old student named Yusuke Urameshi or popularly known as Eugene in the Filipino dubbed series. Eugene is a spirit detective who is tasked with protecting Human World from different supernatural threats. Ghost Fighter was such a big hit among kids and teens because of the incredible fight scenes and the amazing powers of the characters.
2. Flame of Recca
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Before the world came to know Naruto, there was this ninja who captured the hearts of the kids in the 90’s. This series tells the story of Recca who discovered he was the last surviving ninja of his clan. He soon found out that he has also the power to manipulate fire. The series showcased what ninjas are capable of which mesmerized the anime viewers during that time.
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Ever wondered what aliens look like? Well, the Mojacko anime series had a cute and fluffy take on how creatures from outer space look. Mojacko was an alien who was lost on planet earth. The stranded alien met the boy named Sarao and shared amazing adventures together. No one could not resist in the 90’s the cuteness of Mojacko and how awesome his story is.
4. Voltes 5
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When the earth was invaded by mysterious alien race known as the Boazan Forces, a group which was specially trained to handle the invasion protected the world. Kenichi, Ippei, Daijirou, Hiyoshi & Megumi are the pilots of Voltes V who fought against the Boazans. Voltes 5 was one of the well-loved robots of the 90’s kids and teens. It’s theme song was also such a hit that young people used to memorize the lyrics. Hero TV aired a celebrity dubbed version of Voltes V.
5. Dragon Ball
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Who could ever forget the legendary San Goku, the most powerful Saiyan in the universe? The Dragon Ball mania was so massive during the 90’s that merchandise including shirts, toys and cards were sold everywhere. The series continued to air for many years and was re-aired on free TV much to the delight of the 90’s anime fans. Hero TV aired the movie version of Dragon Ball: Dragon Ball Z battle of gods and Dragon Ball Z resurrection.
Hero TV aired these anime shows. You can catch your old and new anime on Hero TV. For more anime and pop culture updates, tune in to Hero TV, the only 24-hour Filipino-dubbed anime cable channel and home to international anime hits. The channel also provides the best localized anime experience of adventure and self-discovery through local productions such as My Hero Nation, I-Animate, Comics On Cam, Hero We Go and Hero in Tunes.
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