Today marks the 10th Anniversary of the end of the "Kids WB" block. "Kids WB" aired from September 9th, 1995 until May 17th, 2008. It originally aired on The WB channel, which eventually merged with UPN to become "The CW" in September 2006, but they kept the name "Kids WB" for the Saturday morning cartoon block until May 2008 (though with the loss of Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh in September 2006, the Kids WB block was very different that last couple of years). This leads some people to say "Kids WB" ended in September 2006 (but you've got other elitists that say it ended back in 1999, when Kids WB started airing Pokemon, or back in 2001 when it started airing Yu-Gi-Oh). I personally think the premiere of "Johnny Test" in September, 2005 was the start of the decline, but I digress... Starting the following week, "Kids WB" would go by the name "The CW 4 Kids" (eventually switching names to become "Toonzai"). Much of the Kids WB line-up would be replaced with new shows, but there were some holdovers (for instance, "The Spectacular Spider-Man" started airing on Kids WB just a few weeks prior in 2008, but it carried on with airing on the new "CW 4 Kids" line-up). Here is the final bumpers that aired that day, March 17th, 2008: This marked the final time the "Kids WB" water tower icon (aka the Animaniacs water tower) was used in promos. Post your thoughts and reflections on the end of an era, 10 years ago today!