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vkimo
Not on Netflix but The Tick is excellent, like Mass pointed out with Animaniacs, the humor holds up flawlessly. I feel like these shows were animated for kids but written for adults
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jkatz
Did you ever finish Buddy Thunderstruck, vkimo? How was it? I didn't get a chance to watch all the episodes yet.
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comic_book_fan
last i checked the tick was on youtube i re watched  almost the whole series.
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eddstarr
Vaporman87 wrote :

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i've been watching the voltron reboot and it's pretty awesome. the animation and writing is apparently done by the same team who worked on the avatar: the last airbender series.
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Yeah, I'll second Ben's recommendation here. The Voltron reboot is actually really well done. Throw some foreign stuff in there, like "Larva" and "Zig and Sharko". Add in some BraveStarr for good measure, if it's still there.
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You guys know I love me some Voltron,
lol.

Can't get enough of Lotor trying to get his hands on Princess Allura - he keeps a-trying and she keeps escaping.
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blueluigi
Also, if you're looking for other outlets for cartoons than just Netflix, Hulu Plus has a number of Nicktoons, such as Rugrats, Hey Arnold, Jimmy Neutron, Invader Zim, and Ninja Turtles among others. As well as Cartoon Network shows like Dexter's Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls (Classic), Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Adventure Time, and Regular Show. Plus, a number of others like Inspector Gadget, Spider Man, Garfield and Friends, X-men, and more.

Also, there's the recently launched Boomerang app, which has a number of cartoon classics with Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, some Hanna-Barbara, and former Cartoon Network shows. Though there's not a ton of content released on there at the moment, that could be another outlet. Plus, that's only $5 a month.
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jkatz
Thank for the tip about the Boomerang app! That's definitely something I could use. Surprised I'm just hearing about it now; I thought this would've been bigger news.
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vkimo
jkatz wrote :

Did you ever finish Buddy Thunderstruck, vkimo? How was it? I didn't get a chance to watch all the episodes yet.
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jkatz wrote :

Did you ever finish Buddy Thunderstruck, vkimo? How was it? I didn't get a chance to watch all the episodes yet.
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Nah, just the first episode. I liked the look. Truth is, I have so many shows I'm meaning to watch I'm almost afraid to discover something new.
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Superman
I second the recommendation for Justice League. If you like Star Wars, they've also got Star Wars: The Clone Wars. I haven't personally seen it, though, so I can't say how good it is.
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jkatz
vkimo wrote :

jkatz wrote :


Did you ever finish Buddy Thunderstruck, vkimo? How was it? I didn't get a chance to watch all the episodes yet.
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Nah, just the first episode. I liked the look. Truth is, I have so many shows I'm meaning to watch I'm almost afraid to discover something new.
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Fair enough. Consider my recommending Buddy Thunderstruck with a grain of salt.
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