My top 5 cartoon picks that trump iCarly, Big Time Rush, and other stupid “teenie” shows that teens don’t even watch.
Who doesn’t love rambunctious toddlers who do things most adults could never imagine?
2) Static Shock
The first black superhero I had seen on T.V. I was sold right after the theme song; it was so upbeat in a positive way and the show focused on the trials kids go through in this era and the added bonus of seeing Static (better known as Virgil Hawkins) deal with these trials in a virtuous manner.
3) Invader Zim
Received a lot of controversy for overuse of gory scenes and the overall creepiness of the animation. This may serve true for the kids who had countless nightmares after watching the episodes; however all the ones who didn’t wake their parents up at night (including myself) know how awesome and action-packed the show’s story is – and can handle a little gore now and then.
After every episode I used to ask my mother if I could have a pet. She would usually just say “no,” but one day she actually asked me what kind of pet – I replied “a catdog mommy!” Must I say more?
5) SpongeBob SquarePants – TOP PICK!
THE NO. 1 CARTOON OF ALL TIME SINCE ITS CREATION! SpongeBob has touched the hearts of kids and adults alike and continues to do so. By far the most successful of all the classic cartoons – SpongeBob can be seen everywhere now: video games, clothing, learning videos, wall paper, lights, household products (yes there is actually a SpongeBob kitchen sponge), wallets, cell phone covers, beds, bed sheets, Myspace Themes, in graffiti, murals, birthday and other greeting cards, the list goes on forever. Stephen Hillenburg is a very rich man.
Rocko’s Modern Life
Ah! Real Monsters
Pinky and The Brain
Tom and Jerry
Ren & Stimpy