1. Powerpuffs Girls: man, that show was incredible awesome and funny. My fav character used to be Bubbles or that major because both of them just makes me chuckle everytime I seen them. I remember one episode that a boy makes a imaginanry friend but it costed trouble when Blosslum trys to stopped him the boy imaginanry friend he pushes blosslum and she fell into the coats closet. When bubbles says " are you okay?" Blosslum gets up and dressing like Cartman " yes, seriously I'm okay" it was so funny when they creators making fun of Southpark
2. Ed, Edd n Eddy: that show was pure funny three friends names is Ed the idiot one who loves talks about zomies and monters. Edd the smart one and cleaness always making some points of Eddy's appalling scams. Eddy the money greedy one who loves talking kids money and maybe buying some jawbreakers
will, I got some more cartoons show I really like maybe I'll posted them on monday or thursday!
Mr.Garrison: You go to Hell, You go to Hell and you die!
Harvey Birdman (even without Steven Colbert)
the repeats of Family Guy & Futurama
the occasional dusting off of The Oblongs
that show Metalocalypse was good, hopefully they've got some new ones in the pipeline.
The Boondocks was frickin' sweet, but I haven't heard a peep about a second season or anything. I hope they didn't get cancelled.
You read it! You can't unread it!
It's kinda creepy. Like my dead acquaintance's/friend's facebook profile. Every now and then I still see his name pop out (e.g. when visiting pages he liked).
Before Big Will sends this thread to the great beyond, I'd just like to say my favorites that are currently aired are Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Adventure Time, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball.
But I see now they brought back some of my favorites like Ed, Edd and Eddy, Billy and Mandy and Dexter's Lab.
I rarely watch TV, so I'm a bit behind on their current schedule.
I liked Powerpuff Girls, I haven't watched it in a while. I liked Johnny Bravo. I even liked Baby Blues, which I think ran for a whole two months.
I like Futurama, but don't go out of my way to watch it, which means I don't watch it much. I wish they'd do a revival of Invader Zim like they did with Futurama. That would be so sweet.
M00ndragon69 wrote:I haven't really been liking most of their cartoons for kids, but in the 90's there were so many good cartoons that might have been made for kids, but adults could enjoy them too.
I recommend giving Adventure Time a whirl. It has a very long page on tvtropes about all the crap it gets past the radar. I've had some trouble believing it's intended for children.
NeuroHeart wrote:I've had some trouble believing it's intended for children.
As well you should. I don't know of any children's animated series that began life on the Internet. Hell, the two SOXmas shorts that led to South Park were on the Internet for over a year before South Park appeared on Comedy Central.
Big-Will wrote:NeuroHeart wrote:I've had some trouble believing it's intended for children.
As well you should. I don't know of any children's animated series that began life on the Internet.
Adventure Time airs in the early afternoon, in a children's show timeslot. And they have had to change a few things at the behest of the censors, if you can believe that with all they've gotten away with. I don't want them to tone it down or anything, because I do love it, but damn.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 5 guests