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While I never got super invested in it, I too enjoyed Teen Titans as a kid and appreciated the dark tone the show carried and the stories that were told, especially whenever Slade showed up. I need to rewatch some episodes sometime soon. I'm doing just that with Batman: The Animated Series right now and having a blast.
OH MY GOD. I forgot Courage the Cowardly Dog. One of my favorites. Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, too.
The original series!
Shout out to Dexter's lab. That show was so hilarious.
Teenage mutant hero turtles
Jayce and the wheeled warriors (had the best opening and closing theme songs)
Dragon Ball z
Spider-Man the animated series
Marvel action hour
Dungeons and dragons
Teen Titans is one of the greatest shows ever.
I can understand the hate for Teen Titans Go! When I watched the first couple of episodes I was like "uhhh...noooo...what the fu......"
But loyal as I am I continued watching. The strange thing is after 20 episodes or so, I started to like it.
Now I've seen almost 100 episodes and I enjoy it. It is something different entirely, I look at it like a parody version on the DC animated universe.
Sometimes Batsy or other iconic DC heroes have cameos in it and they are always a blast, making fun of Batsy or others.
Teen Titans Go has the same problem that every comedy-based cartoon has these days: 25% hit, 75% miss.
Spot-on! Out of the nearly 100 episodes about 20-25 I would pick out as really funny if not hilarious. The rest is so-so.
@ClarkDevlin speaking of Tom and Jerry made me realise I once more "forgot" to include them in my list.
Somehow I can't compare them to other stuff, they are just too iconic.
I own all of them on, many on Blu-ray (look fantastic!). The Chuck Jones ones are kind of my favourites.
1. Justice League (Unlimited)
2. Batman TAS
3. Sailor Moon Crystal
4. Teen Titans
5. The Batman
6. Scooby-Doo Where Are You!
8. Young Justice
9. Scooby And Scrappy Doo
10. Batman The Brave And The Bold
11. What's New Scooby-Doo?
12. Happy Tree Friends
RICK AND MORTY
Probably the first thing I was a serious Fan of, aged 5 or so. Two episodes in, my mum had to take me to the toy shop to buy me a sword (which I broke by swashbuckling too hard).
Felix the Cat was the biggest cartoon star of the silent era and his cartoons were often conceptually brilliant: check out Felix Woos Whoopee (1928/30), where he drinks too much and starts hallucinating, or the metafictional Comicalamities (1928).
The early Mickey Mouse cartoons are patchy, but the series became brilliant when its switched to color and paired Mickey with Donald Duck and Goofy: The Band Concert (1935) and Symphony Hour (1942) are great examples.
Goofy himself had a great run, initially in sports-themed films like Hockey Homicide (1945), which lives up to its title, and then in "everyman" comedies like No Smoking (1951).
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was Disney's first cartoon star and appeared in films like Oh, What a Night (1928), but he lost control of the character. Walter Lantz eventually received the rabbit, and the Oswalds produced from 1929 to 1932 and directed by Bill Nolan are surreal, wonderful fun, including Permanent Wave (1929) and Hell's Heels (1930).
-Batman: The Animated Series
-Pinky and The Brain
Recently I've found special affection for Freakazoid! and Pinky and the Brain. The fourth wall-breaking stuff in the former, the characters and satire of the latter... magnificent stuff.
Of the Looney Tunes shorts, some of my favorites are:
-Big House Bunny ("gee, Doc, how come you locked me outside?" :)))
-Design for Leaving
-Don't Give Up the Sheep (that sequence in which they saw off the tree branch, the ground, etc. :)))
-Fast and Furry-ous (fantastic, lively animation)
-The High and the Flighty
The 3D Coyote/Roadrunner shorts released a few years ago aren't bad. They are shorter than the older ones and seem to consist of one extended sequence rather than a series of short ones, but they do a good job of keeping the spirit of the older cartoons.
Another short that I enjoy is the Popeye-starring Insect to Injury.
Amazing keeps me laughing every time.