Blast From The Past: Animated Series From My Childhood


Today I bring you a different kind of Blast From the Past. Instead of musics, I present to you the animated series that were a huge part of my life while growing up.


I loved the X-Men animated series. It was the thing that made me buy comics and get into the whole superheroes thing.

Sailor Moon

I was obsessed with Sailor Moon, actually, I still am. I saw it every single day, in Portuguese, Spanish and Galician… crazy, right?

Samurai X

I need to re-watch Samurai X, I had a blast watching this.

Attack No. 1

Did I ever mention how much I love Volleyball? Well, I do, and I loved this anime too.

Ace wo Nerae

In Portuguese the girl’s name was Maria, and I loved to watch this for the romance 😀 .

Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds

Ok, honesty time, I know the whole theme in Portuguese, by heart. We used to have to sing it in college pranks 😀 . I always loved “Dartacão e os três Moscãoteiros“.

The Three Musketeers (Sanjushi)

I loved this one and I used to watch it when I was 5/7 years on the school breaks. The great this about it was how Aramis was actually a girl. What a game changer!


19 thoughts on “Blast From The Past: Animated Series From My Childhood

  1. Cátia says:

    I might be singing the opening of Dartacão right now 😛 . I loved to watch Dartacão. I also loved Sailor Moon, Samurai X and X-men. I didn’t miss one Samurai X episode when I was a kid.

  2. Anette says:

    Awesome choices! We had very few tv channels available when I was growing up (for the majority of my childhood we had 3 channels) and the only anime they sent was Pokémon and Digimon (I never liked Digimon). Though I bought all the Silver Fang VHS tapes ❤

  3. thewritinghufflepuff says:

    I used to watch Sailor Moon too, but in Dutch! 🙂 I had forgotten about Dogtanian! Oh my I don’t remember anything about it, but he looks familiar so I must have watched it haha. I don’t know the others though 😦

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