What Are Your Favorite Cartoons , Cartoon Characters and Animated TV Series ?

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Catdog was just plain weird but fun in small doses. Some episodes of Jonny Bravo were funny (especially the Scooby Doo one). As a kid I loved Battle of the Planets and Top Cat, two great shows.
 

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I've been watching MIB: The Series recently. I'd never seen it before and it's terrific fun. Better than the films in many ways.

That is an absolutely terrific tv series . Well written and hysterically funny ! :lol:
 

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South Park followed closely by Roadrunner. It's roadrunner scenes like this that are just classic. Not to mention creating the Koyote/ACME meme. :)



ps. For the legalistically minded here is the transcript of Coyote vs ACME from the New Yorker. Brilliant!

 
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Stare Trek Lower Decks, seen the premier episode . Love the show , the comedy and the characters.:cool:(y)
 

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Rick and Morty, Family Guy, South Park, Bob's Burgers, Archer, Home Movies, Over the Garden Wall, Cowboy Bebop, The Big O

I watch more cartoons than I do live-action shows. Is that a bad thing?
 

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South Park followed closely by Roadrunner. It's roadrunner scenes like this that are just classic. Not to mention creating the Koyote/ACME meme. :)



ps. For the legalistically minded here is the transcript of Coyote vs ACME from the New Yorker. Brilliant!

I vaguely recall a NATIONAL LAMPOON article about the Coyote's lawsuit against the ACME Company. It boiled down to the fine print on every item that stated it was ineffective when used against roadrunners.
 

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New cartoon on Prime; Fugget about it.
If I limit myself to 1 or 2 episodes a week, I find it funny.
 

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How to Train Your Dragon spin-off series would probably be my top favorite animated shows:
Dragons: Riders of Berk
Defenders of Berk
Race to the Edge

I love dragons, and the first movie is still my all-time favorite film.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Star Wars: Rebels

Aladdin
Lilo and Stitch


And, I'm currently watching American Dragon: Jake Long, which I'm enjoying. Love the concept of dragons that shape-shift into Humans and protect fantasy creatures that exist in the shadows of our modern world. Kind of like a fantasy version of Men in Black.
 

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My favorite as a lad was the original Alvin Show followed closely by Beanie and Cecil.

Alvin I remember and yes that was a very good show.

Beanie and Cecil I never saw and episode of but know of it and have seen segments it.


Did you see Q T Hush , Cool McCool and The Professor and Leonardo ? :)
 
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