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These animated shows have delighted and educated generations of children and adults. Boasting stunning visuals, phenomenal voice work, and humorous situations which could never occur in real life, these animated shows have captivated and entertained both audiences of all ages for decades.
1. “Scooby-Doo!” Mystery Incorporated
Mystery Incorporated was one of the finest iterations of Scooby-Doo, airing between 2010-2013 and winning multiple Emmy awards for both animation and series. It mixed the familiar town of Crystal Cove with real ghosts and monsters while giving Fred, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy more personality than in prior versions. Furthermore, Mystery Incorporated attempted to induce real fear from its viewers without resorting to jump scares; its monster designs are more macabre while it featured classic horror references from The Shining to Twin Peaks to Vincent Price himself; plus for the first time ever Norville was shown openly gay on screen!
Though it can be challenging to change an iconic classic like Scooby-Doo, its creators managed to make this version stand out without offending longtime fans. From subtler characterization of characters like Shaggy or celebrity cameos to clever use of horror movie tropes – animation fans will all find something they appreciate about this version of the beloved cartoon!
2. “Rocko’s Modern Life”
“Rocko’s Modern Life” stood out among an exceptional array of cartoon series during the ’90s, and was one of its standouts. Combining social satire with pop-culture references and visual humor made this series one of the most acclaimed ever produced. This show frequently parodied TV shows, movies and restaurants; poked fun at gross consumerism; challenged technology’s revolution; even made subtle jabs at gross consumerism itself! Furthermore, its creator managed to include some sexual jokes which would otherwise have been impossible within an animated series and was even successful at sneaking them past censors more than once!
In a recent article from Vanity Fair, writers and animators behind Heffer discuss an energetic yet relaxed production environment which allowed for jokes that might otherwise have been cut from other Nicktoons; even managing to add in a fourth wall-breaking scene featuring Heffer belching uncontrollably!
3. “South Park”
South Park, the iconic Comedy Central series featuring crudely drawn characters in a backward-frozen mountain town populated with an eccentric array of oddball residents, revels in controversy and taboo subjects while providing some of the best political, pop culture, and current event satire ever produced on television. Co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker write, direct, edit each episode while providing voices for its four protagonists (Stanley Marsh, Eric Cartman, Kyle Broflovski and Kenny McCormick) as well as various recurring characters that appear throughout each season.
At its heart, this writing showcases Parker and Stone’s mastery of pop culture parody and real-life news commentary, particularly through fart jokes and graphic violence/pornography references. Even risque episodes like “Rainforest Shmainforest” and “Korn’s Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery,” hold up well over time. Furthermore, their ability to turn even minor events into controversial debates – like their treatment of Scientology or soul singer Isaac Hayes who voiced Chef onscreen – has demonstrated this talent well.
4. “Phineas and Ferb”
Phineas and Ferb was one of the Disney Channel’s biggest hits, producing an abundance of merchandise, spin-offs, and movies. The show follows brothers Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher as they spend their 104 day summer vacation concocting elaborate inventions that cause havoc in Danville; Candace makes it her mission to bust them by showing their mother their summer projects.
While the brothers’ outrageous inventions remain the main focus of each episode, there is also an intriguing subplot involving their platypus Perry. While appearing like any ordinary housepet, he actually works undercover for OWCA (Organization Without Cool Acronym) to foil Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz’s schemes on behalf of O.W.C.A (Organization Without Cool Acronym).
Dan Povenmire wanted Phineas and Ferb to be an upbeat show where kids did things for fun without any malice; to achieve this goal, the characters on Phineas and Ferb were written by a team of writers led by Jeff “Swampy” Marsh – co-creator.