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20 od the most popular cartoons and animated shows , they're watched by children and adults
Cartoons are an indispensable part of our growing up. We also watch many animated series as adults.Carefree days were complemented by even more carefree characters, whose popularity has not declined over the years. For that reason, I present to you the 20 most popular cartoons and animated series of all time.
20.Popeye the sailor
The character of the sailor Popeye was created by Elzy Segar in 1919 for the advertising needs of a spinach factory. Only ten years later, the character of the sailor Popeye was introduced to comics, where he immediately gained great popularity, and became a star thanks to the Fleischer brothers who made the cartoon.
19. Duck stories
Duck stories are a TV series that follows the adventures of Donald duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie , based on the comics of Karl Barks. About 100 episodes were made and a feature film - Slightly Lost Lamps. This is the first Disney feature-length cartoon to emerge from a TV series.
18. Ninja Turtles
A team consisting of four anthropomorphic turtles - Michelangelo, Donatello, Leonardo and Raphael. Their sensei, Master Splinter, made them skilled warriors. Their enemies are the Cutter, the Ninja Foot, the robot Nano, the Purple Dragons and many others.
An animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken for Cartoon Network. The series focuses on Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, three girls with superpowers, and also their father, the clever scientist Professor Protonium, who lives in a town called Townsville. The mayor often calls on them to save the city from criminals with his powers.
16. Strange parents
The creator of this series is Butch Hartman, and Nickelodeon is in charge of showing it. Godparents Cosmo and Wanda are trying to help Timmy Turner overcome frequent obstacles, fulfilling his wishes, from solving homework to babysitting. Despite their great powers, they manage to blow things up - every time.
Animated TV series by creator Arlen Klaski for Nickelodeon. This is a story about babies told from their perspective. The main characters are Tommy, Chuckie, twins Phil and Lil and Angelica.
14. Young Titans
A TV series developed by Sam Register and Glen Murakami produced by Warner Bros. The animated film is about five superheroes, who live in the big T-Tower, in the American city of Jump City, and fight against everyday criminals. It is inspired by typical American animated films like Superman and Batman.
13. Dexter's laboratory
An American cartoon created by Jandy Tartakowski. It was produced by Hana and Barbera for Cartoon Network. The series is about an eight-year-old boy-genius with a strange accent named Dexter. He has a secret laboratory that is full of advanced technology and equipment that he made himself, it is hidden behind a shelf in his room. To access this lab he must say a specific code or activate a secret switch on the shelf. Dexter is almost always in conflict with his older sister, Dee Dee, who enjoys playing in her brother's lab and thus destroys his creations.
The series consists of 15 seasons that follow the adventures of the boy Ash Kecham from the city of Palette and his friends. Ash is one of the many Pokemon trainers, who prepare their creatures for each other's fights. Each Pokemon has its own special powers and abilities. In mutual fights, Pokemon trainers must use strategy and knowledge in order to use their powers in the right way and win. Ash's first Pokémon is Pikachu, a little yellow creature that emits electric shocks from its cheeks.
11. Family gay
An American animated series created by Seth McFarlane for Fox Television Network in 1999. The series was canceled in 2002, but after the extraordinary reactions of the audience after the series was released on DVD and the reruns were released on the Cartoon Network Fox channel, it continued the production of the series in 2005.
The series takes place in Quahog, a fictional city located on Rhode Island in America. The Griffin family lives on Spooner Street. At least one of the most important places is the Drunk Shell.
10. South Park
Animated sitcom by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for the Comedy Central television network. Intended for an adult audience, the series has become recognizable for its rough language and surreal, satirical and black humor that mocks a wide range of topics. The plot revolves around the experiences of four boys: Stena Marša, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenya Makormika. Their bizarre adventures are set in the small town of South Park in Colorado.
9. Avatar: The last gatekeeper of the Winds
This cartoon series is also known in Europe as Avatar: Legend of Aang, it was originally broadcast from 2005 to 2008 in three seasons (Water, Earth, Fire). In 2012, it received a sequel - The Legend of Kora. The series follows the adventures of twelve-year-old Aang and his friends, who can bring peace to the country only if the mighty people of fire win.
8. Batman: Animated series
The series is based on the DC comic book about the superhero Batman, whose authors are Bob Kane and Bill Finger. It is highly respected by the audience as the most faithful depiction of Batman and his universe, and as the best animated series made according to comics. The creators of this series went so far as to animate the series on black papers, that is, they applied paint on a black background to make the series as dark as possible, and they completely succeeded in that. Although only the word Batman is used as the title, without any title shown in the opening credits, the official title is Batman: Animated Series, as stated by Warner Brothers.
A satirical American cartoon series devised by Matt Graining (creator of The Simpsons) and David Ex Cohen. The plot takes place in New York, in the year 3000. The series begins with the celebration of the new year 2000, when Philip J. Fry, a pizza delivery man, is accidentally frozen. It is thawed a thousand years later, and he discovers New York, with many new laws and customs, which, although they seem unusual to him, seem completely normal to the inhabitants of that time. The series follows Fry's "adventures" while working as an interplanetary shipper. Although the environment is visibly different, humans and conscious robots have changed little. This is, in fact, what gives the series a satirical tone, because the message is that human society is still weak and slow to progress and develop.
This is an American animated television series produced by Han and Barbera. The Flintstonesis the first animated series intended for adults that was broadcast in prime time evenings.
The shop is located in the fictional town Bedrock of in the Stone Age. As such, it represented an allegory of American society from the middle and third quarters of the 20th century; in Fred Flintstone fantastic version of the prehistoric past, dinosaurs, saber-toothed tigers, mammoths and other long-extinct animals live together with cavemen whose technology corresponds to the 20th century, mainly through the use of various animals. The characters drive cars made of stone, wood and animal skins and driven by the feet. Although the characters were set in the Stone Age, that did not stop the authors of the series from filming a Christmas episode during the original broadcast, as well as several Christmas special shows in the decades that followed.
An American cartoon television series and media franchise originally broadcast by the Nickelodeon network. The series was conceived by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg, and was created by his production company United Plankton Pictures. The series is set in the Pacific Ocean in the town of Bikini bottom and the bottom of a nearby lagoon. Sponge Bob is probably the most imaginative inhabitant of Bikini bottom . He lives in a pineapple at the bottom of the sea with his pet, the sea snail Gary. He is employed in a restaurant near Keba Kraba, whose owner is the greedy crab Eugene Crabs . His specialty is burgers, whose secret recipe he hides forever from his biggest enemy Plankton. Sponge Bob's best friend is a starfish named Patrick. The two of them are inseparable friends, full of interesting ideas. Sponge Bob's first neighbor's name is Squidward. There is also the squirrel Sandy O, Sponge Bob's friend who loves karate and lives in a huge glass dome at the bottom of the sea.
4. Where are you, Scooby Doo
American cartoon series produced by Hanna-Barbera. The cartoon series aired on CBS from September 13, 1969 to October 31, 1970. The series focuses on four teenagers, and they are Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Norwell "Shaggy" Rogers and the main character, a Great Dane, Scooby Doo. The group travels in a van called the Mystery Machine, solving mysteries containing local legends, and in each episode, a masked person commits crimes and they uncover it. Where Are You, Scooby Doo became the first cartoon series from the Scooby Doo series, which later became the longest-running media franchise, including several cartoons, movies, and similar content.
3. Tom and Jerry
Many people's favorite animated characters from the eponymous short cartoons. The most famous cat and mouse in the world that walk on two legs. William Hannah and Joseph Barbera were the first screenwriters and directors of these cartoons. From 1940 to 1958, MGM produced 114 of these cartoons. After some outside productions in the 1960s, Tom and Jerry reappeared in a series of cartoons produced by Hanna-Barbera Production and Filmation Studios. The first cartoon in which they appeared was called Maca was fired in 1940.
2. The Simpsons
TV series by Matt Graining, produced by Fox Network. It became one of the first successful series of this house, and also one of the most successful and most appreciated in the history of the media. The series is a satirical parody of the way of life of the American middle class, presented through the life of the family from the title. It deals with various aspects of human life, just like American culture, society as a whole, but also the very phenomenon of television, and is best known for its self-critical humor and meta-references. The Simpsons are by far the longest-running American sitcom and the longest-running animated series ever.
The legendary animated show by Warner Bros was created in the person between 1930 and 1969 during the golden years of American animation. It brought to lie well-known characters such as Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck, Twiti, Tasmanian Devil, Silvester, Roadrunner, and many more. It was inspired by the musical series Silly Simphony by Wald Disney. The most popular character is undoubtedly Bugs Bunny which eve has his own star on the Hollywood walk of fame,
Which of these cartoons marked your childhood, and which one do you still remember fondly and look at from time to time?
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