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  • The Simpsons is the longest running animated series on television, as well as the longest running American sitcom. It is one of the most influential shows in the history of television.

    A History of Matt Groening’s 'The Simpsons'

    A History of Matt Groening’s 'The Simpsons'

    by Jennifer Wilber0

  • Among their other superheroes during the 60s, Hanna-Barbera also teamed up with Marvel Comics to bring the first animated adaptation of the Fantastic Four, Marvel's "First Family" of superheroes.

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Fantastic Four' (1967)

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Fantastic Four' (1967)

    by Josh Measimer0

  • The '90s was the decade when comedic adult cartoons really started catching on with TV viewers, and some of the animated series it gave us are still some of the best ever created.

    Top 15 Funniest Adult Cartoons of the '90s

    Top 15 Funniest Adult Cartoons of the '90s

    by Treva Leigh2

  • Archer continues to throw its cast into new locations and different characters in Archer: Danger Island Season 9. All eight episodes are now available on DVD. The new season, Archer: 1999, is rumored to be its last. No air date has been announced at this time.

    'Archer: Danger Island Season 9' Review: Stupid Bird!

    'Archer: Danger Island Season 9' Review: Stupid Bird!

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Star Wars Droids and Ewoks were the only way to get new Star Wars for a while after Return of the Jedi. For fans hungry for more, these shows helped get them through until the Timothy Zahn books.

    Geektoons : Star Wars Droids and Ewoks

    Geektoons : Star Wars Droids and Ewoks

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • Here are some freaky cartoon conspiracy theories for popular cartoons, including Courage the Cowardly Dog, Adventure Time, Fairly Odd Parents, Ed, Edd, n' Eddy, Dexter's Lab, & Spongebob Squarepants.

    Top Cartoon Conspiracy Theories: Real or Not?

    Top Cartoon Conspiracy Theories: Real or Not?

    by Ashley59

  • Transformers are a successful toy franchise that have been around since the 1980's and are still relevant to this day. Here are five of the most famous Transformers of all time. The information is based on the Generation One continuity.

    5 of the Most Famous Transformers of All Time

    5 of the Most Famous Transformers of All Time

    by Jan Michael Ong0

  • You may be surprised to learn that some of our favorite animated male TV characters are actually voiced by women! It's extremely impressive how well these actresses are able to manipulate their voices and become male characters. Let's take a look at 9 male TV cartoon characters voice by women.

    9 Male TV Cartoon Characters Voiced by Women

    9 Male TV Cartoon Characters Voiced by Women

    by Rachel M Johnson0

  • Following the success of Space Ghost on CBS, 1967 was a busy time for Hanna-Barbera in regards to superheroes. Not to be left out, NBC gained Birdman & the Galaxy Trio, their own answer to Space Ghost.

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Birdman & The Galaxy Trio'

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Birdman & The Galaxy Trio'

    by Josh Measimer0

  • The 1980's was a golden age for cartoons. While they were merely a vehicle to sell toys, they were nevertheless memorable and a part of many of our childhoods.

    5 of the Most Popular Cartoons in the 1980s

    5 of the Most Popular Cartoons in the 1980s

    by Jan Michael Ong5

  • Alvin & the Chipmunks were a popular novelty act during the late 1950s. Looking to expand the characters beyond records, creator Ross Bagdasarian put them in an animated variety show: The Alvin Show

    'The Alvin Show' - The Chipmunks Arrive on Television

    'The Alvin Show' - The Chipmunks Arrive on Television

    by Josh Measimer0

  • The '90s were arguably one of the greatest decades for television and cartoons. Chances are if you grew up during this time you often were watching your favorite cartoons on Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon. Let's take a trip down memory lane with some fun facts you might not know about these shows.

    30 Fun Facts You Never Knew About Your Favorite '90s Cartoons

    30 Fun Facts You Never Knew About Your Favorite '90s Cartoons

    by Rachel M Johnson2

  • Star Trek The Animated Series continued telling the story of the five year mission of the crew of the Enterprise. It kept the franchise going between the first show and the first movie.

    Geektoons: Star Trek The Animated Series

    Geektoons: Star Trek The Animated Series

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • Filmation and CBS found a hit in their Superman cartoon, and for its second season it would be paired up with a hero never seen on screens before: Aquaman, as well as several other heroes previously only known to comic book readers.

    Finding Filmation: 'The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure'

    Finding Filmation: 'The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure'

    by Josh Measimer1

  • In 1960, Hanna-Barbera was offered the chance to create a series for prime-time television. What they came up with was The Flintstones, one of the most iconic cartoons to ever air on TV.

    History of Hanna-Barbera: The Flintstones

    History of Hanna-Barbera: The Flintstones

    by Josh Measimer3

  • My Little Pony is filled with many types of Earth Ponies, Unicorns, Pegasi, and Alicorns. But what are their differences? Here is a list.

    MLP: Friendship is Magic Pony Types

    MLP: Friendship is Magic Pony Types

    by Jake Michael Peralta2

  • With over 639 episodes, The Simpsons is the longest running TV sitcom. The show's irreverent comedy style, put forth from seasons one through five, paved the way for future TV shows. Here are 40 of the very best Simpsons quotes and fun information about seasons one through five.

    Best Simpsons Quotes Seasons 1-5

    Best Simpsons Quotes Seasons 1-5

    by Robert Ortman0

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  • In a show seemingly filled with musical numbers it can be hard to pick out just ten. And would our lists match up? Read on to find out!

    Top Ten My Little Pony Songs

    Top Ten My Little Pony Songs

    by Nightcat0

  • In 1966, Hanna-Barbera were tasked with creating their first Saturday morning series, starring a hero named Space Ghost who'd help change the television landscape, both for 60s cartoons and for 90s cable television.

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Space Ghost & Dino Boy'

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Space Ghost & Dino Boy'

    by Josh Measimer0

  • On the air since 1999, Spongebob Squarepants is one of the most successful animated shows ever. Here are some little known facts about the cartoon that made "pineapple under the sea" a household term.

    25 Secrets of Spongebob Squarepants

    25 Secrets of Spongebob Squarepants

    by JJ Tyson1

  • What messages are hidden within the DC streaming show "Young Justice" and what those with various abilities (mental, physical, and otherwise) can take from it.

    'Young Justice' and Autism

    'Young Justice' and Autism

    by Megan Rickards0

  • While the character development in Young Justice is inconsistent at best, there's still a lot of entertainment value in the action and plot twists. Hopefully season three will be just as good.

    'Young Justice' Seasons 1 & 2 Spoiler-Free Review

    'Young Justice' Seasons 1 & 2 Spoiler-Free Review

    by Ria Fritz0

  • First Filmation had done Superman, then Aquaman, and now they were gearing up to take on the first animated adaptation of Batman. However, certain media groups were turning against them, and the future was beginning to look grim for superhero cartoons.

    Finding Filmation: 'The Adventures of Batman'

    Finding Filmation: 'The Adventures of Batman'

    by Josh Measimer0

  • Jonny Quest was one of the first animated shows targeted at both kids and adults, and helped raised the bar for storytelling in cartoons.

    Geektoons: Jonny Quest

    Geektoons: Jonny Quest

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • This article provides background information about Tom and Jerry, the cartoon series that could be the best ever. Photos and videos of some Tom and Jerry's best cartoons are also offered.

    Tom and Jerry Is the Best Cartoon Series Ever!

    Tom and Jerry Is the Best Cartoon Series Ever!

    by Kelley Marks76

  • The Teen Titans are superheroes who fight crime. In the first season, they're trying to capture the elusive supervillain Slade. Is this old superhero cartoon worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Cartoon Review: Teen Titans Season 1 (2003)

    Cartoon Review: Teen Titans Season 1 (2003)

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • From mismatched pairs to matches made in toon heaven, here's a look at some of the best cartoon character couples of TV.

    20 Best Cartoon Couples of TV

    20 Best Cartoon Couples of TV

    by Treva Leigh0

  • 'ProStars is a cartoon that aired during the early 90's. It was centered around athletes Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, and Bo Jackson. This article will take a look at one of my childhood favorites.

    Classic Cartoons From The 90's: 'ProStars'.

    Classic Cartoons From The 90's: 'ProStars'.

    by Bradrick H.10

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  • Scooby-Doo is one of the most popular Hanna-Barbera characters, but where did it all start? It's time to travel back 50 years, to delve into the mystery behind the creation of such an iconic franchise.

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'

    History of Hanna-Barbera: 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'

    by Josh Measimer0

  • While nothing can replace Voltron: Legendary Defender's blend of epic space battles, lovable characters, and incredible team dynamics, there are plenty of shows out there with broad, relatively light-hearted sci-fi appeal.

    10 Shows to Watch After Voltron: Legendary Defender

    10 Shows to Watch After Voltron: Legendary Defender

    by Ria Fritz0

  • The Transformers is one of the most popular cartoons ever made, with it's story of giant transforming robots bringing their civil war to our planet.

    Geektoons : The Transformers

    Geektoons : The Transformers

    by Gracchus Gruad0

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