The world is full of cartoons.
We love them.
But sometimes, it’s not just about the fun.
We also love them for their artistic, educational, and social value.
Sometimes, our creative imaginations can be too big to contain.
To help with this, we have compiled a list of the best animated cartoons available on the market.
We’ve broken them down by genre, and in each case, we’ve taken the time to make a brief explanation about how the cartoon works and what it’s all about.
So, go ahead, make a cartoon!
The Adventures of Little Tina, by Matt Fraction and Mike Mignola (2008) This animated show is probably best known for its quirky, giddy cartoon style, which, in turn, inspired many of the most successful games of all time.
But its humor, heart, and humorously irreverent tone were also what got Matt Fractions and Mike Menaceon to make this cartoon for the first time in the 1980s.
And as they say, there are no bad cartoons.
The Simpsons: A Family Guy Animated Adventure, by Tim Allen and Trey Parker (2005) Tim Allen is the creator of the show that has become synonymous with the Simpsons.
In this animated adventure, the two of them explore the town of Springfield, as Homer and Marge come to terms with their father’s death and their family’s impending divorce.
The family tries to find some sort of resolution and deal with the grief of Homer’s death, while the rest of the town struggles with its own troubles.
This cartoon was so popular that it was licensed to Disney.
It’s an animated comedy series starring Tim Allen as Bart Simpson, Marge Simpson as Lisa Simpson, and friends as the rest.
You can watch the entire series on YouTube.
The Powerpuff Girls: Superpower!
Animated Adventures, by Hanna-Barbera (1999) This cartoon shows how to become a powerful hero in this cartoon-filled world.
This animated series, which was made in 1999, features a group of teenage girls in various roles in a quest to overcome obstacles and become superpowers.
The girls are aided by a mysterious power called Powerpuff.
The animated series has been a hit for the past 25 years, and has also been adapted into several animated movies, including the 2015 sequel.
It is currently available on Netflix.
Powerpuff Girl, by Tilda Swinton and Erica Kagan (2001) Tilda and Erica Swinton are the creators of this magical cartoon series.
This classic adventure has been adapted numerous times over the years and is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
The story revolves around the powerpuff girls as they try to find their identity and find their way back to the land of Oz.
In addition to a live-action remake, Powerpuff is also available on Cartoon Network.
You might have seen the animated version on Cartoon Brew.
It features an animated version of the Powerpuff cartoon, and is a must-watch for any fan of the series.
You should also watch the live-Action Powerpuff film, which stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Rooker.
You could watch Powerpuff on your iPad and watch Powerpunch on your iPhone.
You also should watch Powery Up, an animated series that was released on the Disney Channel.
Powerpup, by Ben Stiller (2003) This show is a spoof of the Hanna-Bobes cartoons that first aired on The Bob’s Burgers in 2003.
In the cartoon, the girls are trying to become superpowered when they get an invitation to an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas.
They get to Las Vegas, but the hotel is so crowded they can’t get to their hotel room.
The show’s creators, Ben Stilla and Mike Tyson, then attempt to create a cartoon in the cartoon park.
They go on a mission to save the town, and get help from a very powerful creature, known as Powerpuff, who comes along for the ride.
The characters are voiced by two of the cartoon’s main characters, the main girls Tilda (played by Tina Simone) and Erica (played, well, by the now-retired Tilda herself).
It’s the most-loved show of the ’90s and was recently re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Powerball, by The Simpsons (1989) This is a real-life game of the same name.
It involves a basketball player, named Bart Simpson and his friends, trying to win the Powerball lottery to become rich and famous.
The game is played at the Springfield Town Hall, where everyone is vying to be the next winner.
The Springfield mayor is named Mayor Quimby, who has the ability to give any of his citizens the ability and incentive to play the game.