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Viking
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So we have a pony thread here and that one's obviously staying. But there's so much more than the ponies to be had in today's cartoon world. There have been some attempts at individual show threads but they never really got going, so let's instead have a thread about all of the cartoons.

Cartoons, such as these ones that people seem to be into these days:
(descriptions for those I haven't seen stolen from Wikipedia. Feel free to write better ones and I'll replace them.)


Whaaaaat time is it? In the Land of Ooo, there's a lot of adventures to be had. Actually named "Adventure Time with Finn and Jake", but even if Finn and Jake are still what should be considered the main characters a lot of episodes don't even feature them outside of the intro. Has a large cast of many other interesting characters, such as scientist-ruler Princess Bubblegum, adorable robot/video game system BMO, vampire queen Marceline and not entirely effectual bad guy Ice King. Was fairly good from the start, but really got going with season 3.
Status: Finished after ten seasons for a total of 283 episodes. It has however been confirmed that it will continue in a supposedly official comic book series named Adventure Time Season 11.


In a world where humans and anthropomorphic animals live side by side, BoJack Horseman, the washed-up star of the 1990s sitcom Horsin' Around, plans his big return to celebrity relevance with a tell-all autobiography that he dictates to his ghostwriter Diane Nguyen. BoJack also has to contend with the demands of his agent and on-again-off-again girlfriend Princess Carolyn, the misguided antics of his freeloading roommate Todd Chavez, and his frenemy Mr. Peanutbutter, who is also Nguyen's boyfriend.
Status: Five seasons have aired for a total of 60 episodes.


A reboot of the classic show, the new DuckTales - commonly referred to as DuckTales (2017) - brings it into the modern era. While it of course still features all your favourite ducks, including Scrooge McDuck and his three grandnephews, this iteration of DuckTales also involves the mostly missing from the original series Donald, a couple of entirely new faces, and redesigns for a lot of the familiar ones. It also tries to stick a bit closer to the comics than the old show did, namely those by Carl Barks and Don Rosa.
Status: One season has aired for a total of 23 episodes. A second season has been confirmed.


For their summer vacation, 12-year-old twins Dipper and Mabel Pines are dropped off from their home in California to the fictitious town of Gravity Falls to live with their Great Uncle. Things are not what they seem in this small town, and with the help of a mysterious journal that Dipper finds in the forest, they realize that their everyday lifestyle has changed.
Status: Finished after two seasons for a total of 40 episodes.


The latest animated incarnation of the popular toyline. Socially awkward unicorn pony Twilight Sparkle is sent off from the grand capital of Canterlot to the small town of Ponyville to learn about friendship. At least that's how it started once upon a time and is quite different now. Once the internet's darling with a fandom mostly consisting of the teritary audience, now considered by many to be past its prime. The first two seasons are fairly agreed on to be the best ones, with the decline starting in season 3. Still manages to occasionally come out with good epiodes, though.
Status: Currently airing its eighth season. Except for season 3 which only had 13, all seasons have had 26 episodes each so far.


Two half-brothers, Wirt and Greg, become lost in a strange forest called the Unknown. In order to find their way home, the two must travel across the, apparently magic, forest with the help of the wise, elderly Woodsman and Beatrice, an irritable bluebird who travels with the boys in order to find the woman of Unknown called Adelaide, that can undo the curse and make the half-brothers go back to their home.
Status: Finished after ten episodes.


Rick is an eccentric, elderly, alcoholic scientist who has moved in with his horse surgeon daughter Beth's family. He spends most of his time taking his young grandson Morty on dangerous, outlandish adventures throughout the cosmos and alternate universes. Compounded with Morty's already unstable family life, these events cause Morty much distress at home and school.
Status: Three seasons have aired for a total of 31 episodes. A fourth season has been confirmed.


Star Butterfly is a magical princess from the dimension of Mewni who, on her 14th birthday, receives the family heirloom wand. However, after she accidentally sets fire to her castle, her parents decide that a safer option is to send her to Earth as a foreign exchange student.
Status: Three seasons have aired for a total of 56 episodes. A fourth season has been confirmed.


Garnet, Amethyst and Pearl are lesbian space rocks the Crystal Gems, who protect the earth and especially their hometown Beach City from a variety of threats that mostly consist of gem monsters. Also a part of the team is young Steven Quartz Universe, a half-human half-gem who has inherited his mother Rose Quartz's powers but don't have perfect control over them yet. Rose used to be their leader, but she had to give up her physical form to give birth to Steven (it's complicated, okay). Steven does what he can to get the hang of his powers and be a useful part of the team, as well as dealing with the kind of stuff a kid his age normally would. Notable for being Cartoon Network's first show created by a woman (Rebecca Sugar, who previously was on the Adventure Time staff). Starts out decent, gets really good towards the end of season 1.
Status: Currently airing its fifth season. Seasons have been of varying length, with 49, 29, 24 and 24 episodes so far.


A real longrunner that debuted in 1997. With a deliberately crude animation style (it started as cutout animation, and is now computer animation that looks like it's cutout animation), it was one of the early "adult" animated shows. While it's often thought of as infamous for its toilet humour and the like, it's actually often fairly poignant and can amidst the insanity have some pretty good points. Has a very short production time for episodes, which has lead to some episodes over the years where plots have been literally taken from the headlines.
Status: 21 seasons have aired for a total of 287 episodes. Seasons have been of varying lengths, but starting with season 17, only does one 10-episode season per year.


The series follows Wander, a nomadic and overly-optimistic intergalactic traveler and his Zbornak best friend and steed Sylvia as they travel from planet to planet helping people to have fun and live free, despite the continuing encroachment of Lord Hater, most powerful villain in the universe, and his army of Watchdogs.
Status: Finished after two seasons for a total of 79 episodes.


A show that follows three bear brothers: Grizzly, Panda and Ice Bear. During their attempts at integrating with human society, when purchasing food, making human companions or trying to become internet famous, the bears struggle to assimilate the civilized nature of humans. However, in the end, they soon figure out that they have each other for support.
Status: Currently airing its fourth season. The two first seasons had 26 episodes each, with the third having 44.

Obviously these aren't the only ones we can talk about. If there's some that you believe should be listed here, let me know. And it is never the wrong time to talk about old, classic cartoons!

Finally, when it comes to spoilers, the policy is basically "don't be a dick". We have spoiler tags, use them. I've found a good rule of thumb to be to consider an episode to be in spoilerville until the next episode has aired. If the latest episode was the season finale, give it at least a week.
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red chamber dream
hmm haven't heard of we bare bears. might have to check that one out. other animated shows i've enjoyed the past few years are bojack horseman and over the garden wall
we bare bears is interesting. It's not particularly witty or well-written, but it's got a nice charm to it, but that just might be my furfag side enjoying it
One shall stand, one shall ball.
Just posting to say I'm glad you kept the thread title.
problem is i dont know what the fuck is the pony thread and what isnt like what uis up nerds wfsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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Viking
Precursor
This is like the pony thread except it's better.

Considering actually locking the pony thread now since this one supercedes it in every way.
wtf no im in charge of that thread because i made it fuck you
what if i wanted to postpony again some day
red chamber dream
do it in the other thread
I did not realize the other thread still existed
Viking
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That's just your imagination.
Viking
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Of all the fucking things I had not expected to see in an episode of MLP (very minor S05E21 spoilers also 1920x1080 images because I couldn't be arsed to resize):

http://i.imgur.com/BatdKFL.png
http://i.imgur.com/ZDByJ0b.png
hahaha. I mean, I knew they were going to be self-aware of the whole brony thing, but it's cool to see it.
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DJGrenola: 2015-11-10 10:27:46 pm
I watched all the rick and morty episodes recently actually. some were better than others but there were at least a few fresh science fiction story ideas in there I'd not seen before, which is kind of rare these days. will definitely watch more episodes if they make them.
red chamber dream
oh nice, that's a great show. i like how they often take a sci fi trope, go through it within the first few minutes, then just keep pushing it in weirder directions
I liked the one where time splits 16 ways, and also the song contest reality TV show one with the giant heads. that second one I felt had a hint of douglas adams about it. both of those episodes were ones that pleasantly surprised me by going in directions I didn't anticipate.
and rick has zero time for lesser mortals, I kind of enjoy that about his character
red chamber dream
yeah although he does seem to care about his family
red chamber dream
oh dude i loved the reality contest one too, a lot of people didn't for some reason
watched a bit of moonbeam city. the writing is a bit childish but I'm really in love with the art.
red chamber dream
huh, i like the cast, i'll have to check it out
it improves I think, the later episodes are a bit better
red chamber dream
have you seen bojack horseman? it's the same way, starts meh but ends up being worth it
no I haven't, I might seek it out though, kind of desperate for distractions atm
red chamber dream
it's great but it's essentially a study of depression, you might or might not want that heh

archer is another good suggestion if you just want something fucking funny ... its art style looks similar to moonbeam city's too