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I just thought I'd share with you which cartoons I've liked, which cartoons I haven't liked, and which cartoons I plan on watching. I'd like you to tell me which cartoons you'd recommend to me! Feel free to "second" the ones on my list, too. It gives me a better idea of what kinds of cartoons you like. Keep in mind that while I have watched a handful of anime and adult cartoons, I am generally not interested in them, so there's no need to mention them.
Dreamworks Dragons I'm finally making some headway again, after a long time of procrastinating and waiting to download the special episode that takes place between the Cartoon Network and Netflix seasons. The Netflix seasons are so much better animated, it isn't even funny. Goes to show you what a little budget will do, huh?
Cartoons I've liked*:
Cartoons that I plan to watch**:
Cartoons I might watch if enough people recommend them:
Cartoons on hold:
Cartoons that I stopped watching due to a lack of interest:
Cartoons that are objectively bad:
*List is in approximate order of favorite (top) to least favorite (bottom)
**List is in the approximate order that I plan to watch them in
Bold: Still getting new episodes
Italic: Uncertain future
Underline: Has not yet premiered
Let's say 2000-2010. I know Spongebob was created in 1999 but it's best seasons (2 and 3) come in the early 2000s. Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network had some of my favorite shows still. Ed, Edd, and Eddy along with Hey Arnold were my absolute favorites when I was younger. Definitely want to add The Last Airbender and Danny Phantom as well- DP had such a catchy theme too.
Teen Titans Go! is a comic book series based on the 2003 animated TV series Teen Titans. It often extends from the show, expanding on plot lines the show introduced and adding new characters. The animated series itself is loosely based on the characters that starred in the popular 1980s comic The New Teen Titans. The series is completely different from the original comics which were written in the 1960s.
The series was written by Joseph Torres, and Todd Nauck and Larry Stucker were the regular illustrators. The series was published by DC Comics.
Teen Titans Go! Comics (Megalink)