It has happened to all of us that we remember a childhood cartoon with great affection, that is why as adults we are constantly trying to see it again, but many times we realize that it is not the same experience as it once was. And not necessarily because it is a bad program, but because it was aimed at children or young people and it no longer resonates with us as before.
But for our good luck, there are productions that have the quality of being entertaining for all ages. When this happens, it’s like magic, because these kinds of stories take on new meanings depending on the stage of your life in which you see them. Today we want to honor those shows that they don’t make anyone look ugly and that they are also very good.
This cartoon has a children’s format to catch the minors, that is, a simple story, colorful characters and a short duration in each episode. But apart from the fact that it seems somewhat simplistic, it addresses the most serious topics, such as mental health, self-regulation of emotions and diversity.
2. Gravity Falls
No one should live their life without joining Dipper and Mabel Pines on their adventures through Gravity Falls, Oregon. East Show It is the clear example that incredible stories can be made for any audience. The animation is the most beautiful, the character development amazing and the plot as such is a complete ten.
3. Adventure Time
Featuring some of the most creative and interesting characters of all time, this series is easily something you could watch without having children, as its complex humor tells a deeper story than meets the eye.
4. Avatar: The Last Airbender
Another animated series that no one should miss. This endearing story is totally magnetic with children because it has an easy-to-understand story and the most charismatic characters. But let’s face it, even children shouldn’t miss out on seeing it again as adults, as nothing beats how amazing it is to accompany Aang on his path to becoming the Avatar, but with a more mature perspective.
5. The Legend of Korra
And since we walk along that line of recommendations, the legend of korra sequel to The legend of aang, It’s a must see if you’re interested in what happened after Aang achieved the balance of all four elements. This series keeps its plot simple and introduces us to new characters that are just as easy to love.
East Show from Disney was always most entertaining. Also, without realizing it, he taught us a lot of lessons because his chapters addressed issues such as friendship, solidarity, empathy and courage. And it is not far behind in its quality of being for any audience, since its type of humor does not go out of style and the characters remain relevant.
7. The incredible world of Gumball
The feature that stands out in this incredible cartoon is the animation, since it is not satisfied with a single style, but we can see traditional animation, by computer, stop motion and real elements, which makes it totally magnetic for everyone. In addition, the situations that the characters go through are things that anyone can feel identified with.
Something that rugrats made with great skill was the fact that it offered us two points of view: that of babies and that of adults. That’s why it’s so easy to see it again and understand jokes that didn’t make us noise before. Likewise, both sides of the story are fun no matter how old you are.
9. Hey Arnold!
Like Playtime, this cartoon was like going to school, because they always addressed some value in their episodes. But contrary to sounding boring, they had a sense of humor that was easy for children to understand and that was on par with adults to steal a laugh from them.
10. The young Titans
For this point we want to make an honorable mention to Young Titans in action, that came out in 2013, as many thought they would ruin the 2003 ones. But both shows they are most addictive, since their creators understood how to use absurd humor in characters that are usually serious and that is something to be applauded.
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Mordecai and Rigby are by far one of the funniest characters in the animated series. The situations they live in tend to be somewhat absurd and that gives the story a lot of color because it lends itself to playing with silly situations that will captivate children and, in turn, adults who want to be distracted by watching quality comedy.
12. Phineas y Ferb
In addition to having original songs that live 24/7 in our heads, Phineas and Ferb owned the Disney Channel. The different plots of each episode were always hypnotic and super creative, so when you thought they couldn’t go any further, this show exceeded your expectations. Seeing him as an adult is an equally recommendable experience.
13. it’s so Raven
Raven, the lead, had an incredible way of connecting with all kinds of audiences. One of the reasons is that the magical characteristics that she possessed were very original, so she kept you interested in everything that happened on the screen.
14. beyond the garden
if you haven’t seen Beyond the garden go and do yourself a favor, you will never regret the time invested in this precious cartoon. First of all, the story is totally recommended for children, since the episodes are super short and the adventures that Wirt and Greg live are unforgettable.
While for adults this show is something else, the depth of the story is unmatched, there are no words to describe what an experience this series is. Just go see her.
And finally, the cartoon of cartoons, the one that takes the throne of this list. sponge Bob it became the icon it is today for being magnetic whenever you see it and no matter how old you are. We can all understand the feeling of seeing one of its chapters again and laughing like children once again.