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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.
Cartoons I've liked*:
Phineas and Ferb The best cartoon of all time. The characters are unique, the voice acting is on point, the animation is sharp, the songs are clever and catchy, and it left me wanting more. Gravity Falls Absolutely fantastic! It has lovable characters, mysterious circumstances, and an overarching plot that culminates in a 3-part series finale full of emotion and suspense. Star vs. the Forces of Evil Very witty, with a slightly heavier focus on the story. You'll fall in love with the characters, and there are both silly and compelling villains. Milo Murphy's Law Has the potential to be as good as Phineas and Ferb, but has fallen somewhat short due to Marsh and Povenmire's absence from the writing team. It's still good, though, and is well worth a watch. Adventure Time It's all about... well, adventure! The writing is great, and as the series goes on, the characters grow a lot through their experiences. The Last Airbender It's basically anime, but American-made. And unlike most anime, it's SFW. Wander Over Yonder Wander is the most positive, see-the-bright-side, glass-half-full character I have ever seen. And being contrasted against his beat-up-the-bad-guys partner Sylvia, every episode is hilarious. We could all learn a thing or two from Wander. It's a shame the show was unjustly canceled, but at least they were able to make a proper ending for it. Danny Phantom By far Butch Hartman's best cartoon. A ghost-fighting superhero? Sign me up. The Loud House With Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters living in the same house, it's needless to say that antics ensue every single episode. The comic book-like animation style is refreshing, too. The Amazing World of Gumball It probably has the most unique animation style I've ever seen. The backgrounds are realistic (possibly even real photos), and the characters are everything from traditional 2D animation, to 3D animation, to upside-down chin puppets. The characters are relatable, yet morally corrupt (to hilarious effect). The Legend of Korra As a sequel series to The Last Airbender, it inherits most elements of its predecessor. Due to the fact that each season is its own plotline rather than stretching out a single story over 3 seasons, it's much denser, allowing less time for the characters to be silly. The action scenes are much more intense, too. Kim Possible With the drama of high school and the danger of saving the world, it's got something for everyone. My Life as a Teenage Robot What's not to love about a crime-fighting robot girl and her human friends? If I could bring back any cancelled cartoon, this would be my second choice, right behind Wander Over Yonder. The Powerpuff Girls This is NOT to be confused with the cringy 2016 reboot. The main draw for this show is that the girls are ADORABLE. Oh, and they fight crime and stuff, too. The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Regular Show Jackie Chan Adventures Xiaolin Showdown ChalkZone The Fairly OddParents Codename: Kids Next Door Samurai Jack Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Dexter's Laboratory Evil Con Carne Ed, Edd n Eddy SpongeBob SquarePants Invader Zim Johnny Bravo
Over the Garden Wall (Miniseries)
Cartoon I am currently watching:
Cartoons that I plan to watch**:
Billy Dilley's Super-Duper Subterranean Summer Chowder Harvey Beaks The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack Mighty Magiswords My Gym Partner's a Monkey Bunsen is a Beast Camp Lakebottom Teen Titans Steven Universe Big Hero 6
Cartoons on hold due to a general lack of availability:
Cartoons that I stopped watching due to a lack of interest:
Courage the Cowardly Dog ¡Mucha Lucha!
Cartoons that I do not recommend:
The Powerpuff Girls (2016 Reboot) Xiaolin Chronicles
*List is in approximate order of favorite (top) to least favorite (bottom)
**List is in the approximate order that I plan to watch them
Bold: Still getting new episodes
Italic: Uncertain future
Underline: Has not yet premiered
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