Adults only cartoons

Duration: 9min 34sec Views: 590 Submitted: 28.08.2019
Category: Transgender
When popular cartoons like Looney Tunes first premiered, they were shown before films and were geared towards adult. Fast forward a few centuries and pretty much all cartoons on the air are targeted towards kids. This isn't a bad thing, since some modern cartoons like "Adventure Time," "Regular Show" and "Steven Universe" pushed the "for kids" envelope and found their way into the hearts of both adults and children. Amongst the many kid's cartoons, a few adult-oriented cartoons found their way to the surface. There is of course the likes of more famous animated sitcoms like "The Simpsons" and "South Park," but there are some you might not know about.

16 Hilarious Cartoons That Adults Should Be Watching

Cartoons - For Adults Only

Here are 11 sophisticated, hilarious and sometimes even philosophical shows for adults to stream … but only after the youngsters are in bed. Read the New York Times review. Set in the 31st century, this loving spoof, which was canceled after four seasons on Fox and later revived by Comedy Central, features smart riffs on classic science-fiction tropes like robot uprisings, ecological disasters and alien invasions. Stream it on Hulu. In a quaint oceanfront neighborhood, Bob Belcher struggles to keep his hamburger restaurant going, with the help of his eternally optimistic wife, Linda, and their three eccentric kids: the boy-crazy Tina, the impulsive Gene and the benignly mischievous Louise. With the help of some colorful animation — and the occasional catchy song — these unassuming minute stories about school, holidays, family gatherings and cooking play like rich sagas, full of life and wit.

www.cbr.com

Big Mouth follows a bunch of kids navigating their way through puberty. From wet dreams to periods, to drugs — no topic is safe from getting the hilariously cringey Big Mouth treatment. If you watch it you'll be laughing your head off while thanking your stars that puberty is a thing of the past for you. This might not sound like your typical cartoon, but if you like satire and have a dark sense of humour, this is perfect for you. Buttercup, Bubbles, and Blossom are the most relatable superheroes you'll ever see, and if you were a '90s kid, you'll love all the jokes that went over your head back then.
As a medium, cartoons can be a misunderstood as a form of entertainment reserved for children and hardcore fans of Family Guy. In actuality, there is a large population of adults who consume both old cartoons they watched as kids and new cartoons targeted toward adults. These shows can illustrate both youthful and grown-up themes while still serving as a great escape from the stressful world. At university, I actually met one of my best friends by identifying a sticker on her laptop that was a reference to a cartoon on Disney Channel. While the show isn't made for my age group, it has plenty of adult humor and general cuteness to make me happy.