Adult cartoons 2

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I f ever the time was ripe to reopen The X-Files yet again, the age of Trump, QAnon and the great 5G conspiracy theory has got to be it. So the fact that Fox executives spent their lockdown developing a new spin-off for the cult 90s show, The X-Files: Albuquerque, is not exactly an unexplained phenomenon. Nor is there much mystery surrounding the absence of Mulder and Scully this time around, Gillian Anderson having rather publicly burned her bridges after the last revival. In the quarter century since The X-Files debuted, animated adult comedies have become major players in the entertainment landscape. But is the madcap, potty-mouthed world of adult animation a natural fit for a property that even in its previous spin-offs — the critically acclaimed Millennium and the rather less well-received Lone Gunmen — never strayed too far from the deadpan tone of the original show?

Adult Cartoons 2

List of adult animated television series - Wikipedia

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.

The Best Animated Shows for Adults on Netflix

This is a list of adult animated television series including web television series ; that is, animated programs originally suitable and targeted towards audiences aged 13 and over in mind. Mature animation is comparatively rare in North America and Eupore, as animated series are culturally expected to be created for children. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article.
Long gone are the days when cartoons were made solely for kids' Saturday morning viewing pleasure. And anime and animated shows often tackle more mature themes, including sex and violence. These cartoons are definitely not for kids.