My Top 5 Favourite Cartoons

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“I like physics, but I love cartoons.” ― Stephen Hawking

“Scientists need to invent a way to make DNA work like in cartoons.” ― Ryan North

Hello guys to my first top 5 blog where I'll tell you which cartoons I adore the most and the reason why. Straight to the point matey, lets get started!!!

#5 Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Total of 3 Seasons, 65 Episodes, 2008-2011)

Batman B and B show us those superheroes you rarely seen in the Batman Comics, such as Blue Beetle, Plastic Man, Aquaman, The Atom, Doctor Fate, The Green Lantern Corps, Green Arrow, Booster Gold, Red Tornado, Jonah Hex, Captain Marvel, Adam Strange and more and more. A very good exposure to all these characters which I read about in the DC Universe Character Guide Book, and to see them in the form of animations. Those superheros would often teamed up to sack some villians including those normal Batman villians (Penguin, Two-Face) and also Gorilla Grood, Black Adam, Black Manta, Equinox etc. There was also some episodes on the different Batmans from different universe, which was pretty interesting!!!





#4 Martin Mystery (3 seasons, 2003-2006, might be back due to popular demand)

Martin Mystery is one of the animation produced by Marathon Media Group, which is also famous for Totally Spies, I really enjoy watching Martin Mystery because not only its cleverly animated but because of its mix genre, generally speaking its a mild-horror, solving paranormal stuffs kinda animation but also nicely blended with a lot of humourous action comedy scene that will have you laughing at Martin and his friends. 






#3 Avengers Assemble (2 seasons, 2013-present) and Avengers: Earth Mightiest's Heroes (2 seasons, 2010-2013)

Avengers Assemble is a little bit different from its previous counterpart, the Avengers: Earth Mightiest's Heroes due to its adaption to the 2012 Avengers Movie Film. Avengers Assemble indirectly acts as a continuation to Avengers: EMH but the characters designs are somewhat different and more refined than EMH. Personally I find EMH's storylines better than Avengers Assemble but neverthelessly, I enjoyed both of them very much. I like how Avengers Animation potrays those from the comic books, especially about Ant-man, Wasp, Black Panther, Miss Marvel and other characters you probably never heard before but are founding members of the original Avenger team as well. I miss Hawkeye's original costume thou, which they change it in Avengers Assemble.





#2 Spongebob Squarepants (9 seasons, 190 episode, 1999-present)

I don't care if I am 12 or 22, I am still going to watch Spongebob whenever I can, and I bet most of you would agree with me. The fact that Spongebob is so popular among adults may be due to its good natured humour, sometimes sarcastic (Squidward) and its emphasize on being happy and being yourself. The genre might be children comedy but sometimes even I don't get the joke, but it is not target for adult either due to lack of adult jokes. Its great kick for the weekend to have a good laugh on how adorable the characters are, sometimes absurd stories and interesting theories by Patrick and Spongebob. Have a fun weekend at Bikini Bottom!!!



#1 Scooby Doo: What's New Scooby Doo? (2002-2006) and Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated (2010-1013)

My all time favourite has to go to Scooby-Dooby-Doo!!! Scooby Doo has many series but these two are my picks. What's New Scooby Doo is your normal Scooby Gang solving a new crime in each episode, I like it so much better than the earlier series (those 1960s to 1990s) due to better graphics and clearer sound. Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated focus on a continuous stories rather than a discreet one in which the story sets place in their hometown Crystal Cove, Carlifornia. The story is somewhat more mystical, darker and mature than previous SD series and I really recommend you give that one a try. 






Bonus # Adventure Time (6 Seasons, 199 episodes, 2010-present)

I would love to include Adventure Time in my Top 5 but here is why I didnt. Adventure Time is an interesting animation involving a human boy, Finn and a yellow stretchy dog, Jake in the post-apocalyptic land of Ooo. This series have some very interesting characters with strange backgrounds such as Princess Bubblegum, Ice King, Marceline the Vampire Queen, Lady Rainicorn and so on. While the characters are drawn to be simple yet endearing, the plots of the series are sometimes beyond my level of comprehension (or maybe I am just noob). Especially the latter episode, some tales can take on an irregular twist way out of your imagination. I would say this is a mixture of sci-fi/ humour/fantasy/horror/ fairy tale sort of genre, in other words pretty complicated but beautifully wrapped up. Still, I highly recommend Adventure Time to adults because it gets you thinking and impressed at the same time. With its highly creative characters and plot lines, Adventure Time has a lot to offer. 




That's all from me guys. Do check out these amazing cartoons and if you have even awesome ones to offer, feel free to comment below, Signing off with *Oh my Glob* 



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