In that way, they're much like the original webcomic. And at the time, the jokes didn't have to be referential or satirical in anyway. South Park's creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker are the kind of satirical masterminds that come around once every few generations. Bill Plympton is a noteworthy subversion as, while his films DO feature completely unfiltered vulgarity and violence, they're strictly Author Appeal and not intended to appease some kind of demographic. The neutrality of this article is disputed.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. The series draws inspiration from superhero movies, comic books and TV shows, simultaneously mocking and celebrating them. Since then, the series won over 30 Emmy awards and featured guest voice appearances by pretty much everyone: Why you should watch The Bachelorette, Game of Thrones and more! Fans of the hit video game Castlevania were in for a treat when Netflix decided to give it the anime treatment, with all the requisite violence and adult language the dark subject matter deserved. And What That Means for You. Justin Roiland , Dan Harmon.
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You can even vote on this list of the best adult cartoons to make sure your favorite adult cartoon ends up in the No. Archer himself is voiced by H. The large cast of villains and allies made for some great celebrity cameos and the played-serious humor of the show made it a fun and wild ride to watch. Funny These Driving Fails Will Have You in Fits It's a wonder how these folks ever got their driving licenses, such is the ridiculousness of their actions. Find out with these photos. Funny He Hasn't Quite Got His Priorities Straight Funny Joke When a man walks in on his wife in bed with the milkman, his friend, who's also in the house, is quite surprised with his priorities
This hilarious prank involves a sweet old lady pretending to deal drugs in large quantities in a public park The ban on The Simpsons was mystifying enough, but then there were those houses that also didn't allow Nickelodeon. The show, created by Bill Oakly and Josh Weinstein, originally aired on The WB and followed Andy French, a twenty-something aspiring cartoonist and his brother Kevin, a sheltered nerdy teenager. Continue scrolling to keep reading Click the button below to start this article in quick view. No mention of her wanting the Joker to "rev up his Harley" while wearing skimpy negligee? A combination of absurd action and musical videos, "Major Lazer" is a parody of '80s cartoons with hip hop culture and psychedelic visuals mixed in.