“The acid in a lemon can act as a battery”
“and power up the suit!”
“Okay, but we'll need a lot more juice than one lemon.”
“I have a whole bag of 'em!”
“Better, but we would need, like, over a hundred thousand—”
“How about this radioactive watermelon?”
“Yeah, that works.”
“Ferb, lock it in!”
“Hey, could you guys use a blowtorch and some peanut butter?”
“How can we not have met before today?”
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Tyriq‘s Cartoon Recomandations
Since i am currently getting once again a bit deeper into the cartoon fandom I am going to list here my favourite cartoons from "worst" to best and how much i recommend you to go watch them!
The ultimative Gay™ Cartoon of Cartoon Networks. Directed and created by Rebecca Sugar, known for her work on Adventure Time, this cartoon follows the adventures of Steven Universe. A half gem half human. Gems are in this world a powerful alien Race, and Steven‘s mother Rose Quarz just happened to be a famous gem worrior who started a rebellion against the diamonds, the leaders of all other gems, in order to protect earth from getting destroyed by them. But now with his mom gone, Steven has to fight against homeworld. This show is all about acceptence and love, showing homosexual couples more than heterosexual ones and even digging deep into the matter of Racism, Class Systems and Homophobia.
This show is so deep on the list mostly cuz i can basically only recommend it to Sonic the hedgehog Fans or people who are trying to get into it without having to imidiatly play all the games at ones and cuz it‘s technically not a cartoon but an anime. The show is, as to be suspected, about the world‘s fastest blue hedgehog Sonic. He and his friends (in this Case Tails, Amy, Knuckles and Cream) get teleported by Doctor Eggman to our world, meet the young human boy named Chris and hide at his place from the government while also fighting off Doctor Eggman as usual and trying to find a way back home to their world. This show is what got me into Sonic the Hedgehog games and even anime in the first place and To be honest i am still waitibg for this show to get a new season or at least a reboot with Silver the Hedgehog and Blaze in it since 2009. (Yes Silver is my favourite character don‘t judge me)
Milo Murphy‘s Law
This show is a must watch for everyone who enjoyed Phineas & Ferb (mostly cuz it’s made by the same guys). Milo Murphy‘s Law is about the young teeager named Milo Murphy, a descendant of the guy the Murphy‘s law was named after. This law predicts that everything can go wrong, will go wrong. And thus Milo has the misfortune that no matter where he goes, Chaos and destruction is definitly ensured to happen. And thus the show, at the beginning at least, is a mostly episodic show with a kinda repetive shema kinda like with Phineas & Ferb: Milo goes somewhere, bad stuff happens, Milo stays calm and happy no matter what and one of the things he carries inside his backback, save the day. So you might guess it gets boring after some time but you are mistaken. It is repetive at first but later on i got completly hooked because of the introduction of two new side characters (and an actual plot to follow): Pistachio-Saving Gay Time Travelers. That‘s all i‘m gonna say about that. (8/10)
Voltron Legendary Defenders
Based on the 80s Anime Voltron defender of the universe, this cartoon is about the Teens Lance, Keith, Pidge, Hunk and their mentor/Dad Friend Shiro as they find a gigantic blue Lion Robot that teleports them into space to the planet of Altea where they meet Princess Alura and her councellor Coran who tell them that they are have been chosen to be the new paladins, pilots of the Lion Robot Ships, in order to defeat the Galra, an alien race, lead by their boss Zarkon, who are trying to conquer the whole universe. The show gets deeper quiet quickly but never looses its sense of humour and the likability of each and every character.
Scooby Doo Mystery Incorperated
Out of the many reboots that Scooby Doo has had ever since the 60s, this one has got to be my favourite. It‘s what the original Scooby Doo series could have been if it weren‘t for the cheap budget. It still keeps the spirit of the original but puts actual plot and character depth into it. Every charscter has the chance for to fully develop and isn‘t that card board crop out from the original. In this version, asides from unmasking the episodical white guy in a monster outfit, the mystery gang mostly focusses on solving tve mystery sourrinding their home town crystal cove, and find an old treasure burried somewhere around it and also find out the mystery behind the disapperance of a group of teens who tried to find the treasure 20 years before them. So for every Scooby Doo fan who wants to have some actual plot without having to watch the movies: This is the perfect show for you.
It‘s the perfect example of a reboot done right. They kept enough of the original source material in it to evoque a sense of sweet nostalgia and to be true to the original and made just enough changes to make it its own original thing. The most important changes were possibly that they gave Huey, Dewey and Louie actual personalities instead of those Copy Paste Characters (Seriously as a kid watching the original i couldn‘t tell them apart cuz they had nothing to difference them to eachother apart from the colours of their clothes) and made Webby useful instead of a whiney Mary Sue. The show also introduces some new characters and is just absolutly filled action and comedy. Besides: Scrooge McDuck is voiced by David Tennant. How much more do i need to say?
Over the Garden Walls
It‘s everything a person could ask for. It‘s spooky, it‘s funny, it‘s criptic, it‘s mysterious and has one of my favourite plot twists in all of cartoon history ever in it. So cuz this cartoon can be mostly enjoyed without any spoilers at all i‘m gonna keep the summary as short as possible. Two brothers Gregg and Wirt who get lost in the woods and need to find a way home. That‘s as far as i am able to go witjout ruining the experience.
Feel free to add your personal favourite cartoons to this list!
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