We grew up with them and are still utterly fascinated every time we come across them on TV. Without any doubt, we believe that they are the best and nothing will ever measure up to them. 90’s cartoons are still very much alive in our heart and they always seem to put a smile on our faces. Their titles lie vividly in our minds and make us wonder now: what font did they use to write that? Whether you are working on a creative project for work or you’re curious to find out interesting things about your favourite cartoons, we suggest you keep on reading. Possible side effects: you might feel like a kid again.

Tom & Jerry

Tom and Jerry font
Tom and Jerry font.

There’s no other duo more famous than Tom and Jerry. They used to make us laugh without using any words and we’ll be forever grateful for that. Furthermore, we’ll never forget the theme song, the generic and the title written in caps that popped up at the beginning of each episode. If you ever wondered about what font did the creators use, check out Shermlock. It’s pretty similar and might look extremely good, let’s say, on a book’s cover.

Scooby Doo

Scooby Doo font
The Scooby Doo font.

You’re probably singing in your head right now: Scooby, Scooby Doo, where are you? No worries, we’re doing the exact same thing and this brings up beautiful childhood memories. The cartoon was a mixture between something really awesome and something extremely scary. It was our ultimate dream to be part of the Mystery Machine crew and to unveil the bad guys. Time has past, though, and now we’re unveiling the Scooby Doo font. How cool, right?

Flintstone Family

Flintstone Family font
The Flintstone Family font.

We all know the story of this Stone Age family. Fred and Wilma Flintstone, alongside with their best friends Barney and Betty Rubble, were the cool kids from the block. Their life was full of adventures, twists and turns, yet the ending of all mishaps was always a happy one. Back in the ’90, the ultimate dream was to have your personal Dino and to ride with Flintstone’s car. And since we can’t make these wishes come true, we are trying to compensate with the Flintstone family’s font. Rock away, kids!

Powerpuff Girls

Powerpuff Girls font
The Powerpuff Girls font.

Sugar, spice and everything nice. Three little girls with superpowers, named Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles, save Townsville from all the villains that represent a threat. When they’re not doing this, they do what all kids do: go to the kindergarten, play with other kids and spend time with their family – in this case, with their father, professor Utonium. And since we couldn’t find out the exact same steps the professor followed when creating the powerpuff girls, we came across the cartoon’s font and we wanted to share this happy, happy discovery with you, guys. With no further ado, we present you the Powerpuff Girls font.

Dexter’s Laboratory

Dexter's Laboratory font
Dexter’s Laboratory font.

A true genius, we always admired Dexter for managing to build an entire secret laboratory in his house without getting caught. I mean, we couldn’t even sneak a cat or a dog in the house without our moms noticing it. This smart kid fought villains, dealt with his annoying sister Dee Dee and aced school. Kudos to him! Meanwhile, we found the Dexter’s Laboratory font. It’s called Data Seventy Std font and looks, oh well, so geeky and so ’90.

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