Which Cartoon Adult Show do you prefer


Francis2004
#1
I was going to put a poll but as I was sure I was going to miss a show or two I thought forget it..

OK so what is your favourite Adult Cartoon show.

Simpsons
Family Guy
American Dad
Futurama

What about the oldies.. Do any of you remember
Duck Man

How about adding some to the list?

What was your favourite episode ?
 
Francis2004
#2
My Fav Ducman Rant..

YouTube - Quite possibly the best rant ever

 
L Gilbert
#3
Heavy Metal movies.
 
shadowshiv
#4
Aeon Flux, Robotech, Final Fantasy:Advent Children. In a different vein, I also enjoy South Park.
 
Tonington
#5
Futurama. Definitely.
 
shadowshiv
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

Futurama. Definitely.

Good series. Are the direct-to-DVD movies worth getting, Tonington?
 
Tonington
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

Good series. Are the direct-to-DVD movies worth getting, Tonington?

Oh yeah. Really good. Wish they would make more...
 
shadowshiv
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by ToningtonView Post

Oh yeah. Really good. Wish they would make more...

I'll have to check out some stores to see which ones have the best deal. There are 4 of them out now, aren't there?
 
Tonington
#9
Yup. Just four...

Southpark is a good one too. I also liked Clone High, but that didn't last long.
 
Francis2004
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

Good series. Are the direct-to-DVD movies worth getting, Tonington?

I am pretty Sure Futurama is available at BestBuy or Future shop.. But just for good measure I would check Costco first for savings...
 
Unforgiven
#11
At the moment, Frisky Dingo.
Home movies was great!
The Simpsons and Futurerama along with Family Guy and American Dad are always good to pass the time or eat dinner to. Never fail to get a laugh out of me.

Afro Samurai is excellent though it takes a little bit of effort to get into. Worth it though. The movie is really good.
Morel Orel has a style to the humour that is killer, but it doesn't catch you like some of the others. Still really funny though.

Squid Billys was pretty good too but it seemed to fail in the writing before long.
Robot Chicken is probably the king of late night toonage as it has a broader appeal, though I don't know if it hit the funny bone as hard as some of the others. I think there is perhaps a tie to the Family Guy franchise in the way that it's marketed.

There are others that have merit, Space Ghost, Sealab, Metalocracy(?) that could be bigger than they are.
 
shadowshiv
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Francis2004View Post

I am pretty Sure Futurama is available at BestBuy or Future shop.. But just for good measure I would check Costco first for savings...

No Best Buy or Costco here, so I will have to look in either Future Shop or Wal-Mart.
 
DurkaDurka
#13
South Park
Futurama
King of the Hill
 
karrie
#14
Futurama and King of the Hill are some of the ones we watch regularly.

On the odd occasion when we'd get the chance we've enjoyed such high brow comedy as Harvey Birdman, The Brak Show, Aquateen HungerForce, and while it doesn't count as cartoon, the animated series Robot Chicken.
 
mabudon
#15
Harvey Birdman is damn funny.

Metalocalypse is my top choice tho (see avatar)- new season this fall finally
 
Walter
#16
Simpsons is the only intelligent cartoon on the boob tube, the rest are pale imitations.
 
Nuggler
#17
Bugs Bunny and Tweety re-runs, with Foghorn Leghorn, et al.

They're about as adult as one gets, no >?

Mehhhhhhh, to each his own.
 
lone wolf
#18
Call me old school. I still think Fred Flintstone should run for PM....
 
DurkaDurka
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

Call me old school. I still think Fred Flintstone should run for PM....

Well, he wouldn't fare much worse then the recent twits we have had in office.
 
DurkaDurka
#20
Kenny vs Spenny is another favourite of mine, it's not a cartoon but the two of them almost seem like cartoon characters.
 
DurkaDurka
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Simpsons is the only intelligent cartoon on the boob tube, the rest are pale imitations.

Gimme a break. The Simpson's is past its prime.
 
TenPenny
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by DurkaDurkaView Post

Gimme a break. The Simpson's is past its prime.

There's a reason that the Simpsons and Futurama are far and away better than the others.

Simpsons has had its good seasons and bad.

For good entertainment, find some of Groening's old books, Life is Hell, etc.
 
DurkaDurka
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

There's a reason that the Simpsons and Futurama are far and away better than the others.

Simpsons has had its good seasons and bad.

For good entertainment, find some of Groening's old books, Life is Hell, etc.

I prefer Futurama to the Simpson's any day of the week. I used to watch the Simpson's religiously but I have found the series to be rather stale for most of the 2000's.

Thanks for the suggestion on his books.
 
Francis2004
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

No Best Buy or Costco here, so I will have to look in either Future Shop or Wal-Mart.

Walmart is always good choice.. But also try Superstore ( Loblaws Inc ).
 
L Gilbert
#25
No one buys off the net?
 
Francis2004
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

No one buys off the net?

Like I said, BestBuy, FutureShop...

I guess Amazon but there is no local return...
 
Niflmir
#27
The Appleseed movies were pretty good. Ghost in the Shell is nice too. Those aren't really shows, per se.
 
JBeee
#28
Moral Orel ..with it`s oh-so Christian values and the revealing hypocrisy behind it.

South Park...uh`kay?
 
YukonJack
#29
Te more absurd a comedy is, the funnier it is.

That is why Seinfeld was and still is the all time funniest sit com.

That is why Family Guy is the funniest adult cartoon show.
 
shadowshiv
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by DurkaDurkaView Post

I prefer Futurama to the Simpson's any day of the week. I used to watch the Simpson's religiously but I have found the series to be rather stale for most of the 2000's.

Thanks for the suggestion on his books.

I agree. The Simpsons used to be a show that I would watch whenever I could, even if I had seen that particular episode before. Now, I don't even watch it. While there are some moments that are funny, the quality has stagnated. I am content to just purchase the season box-sets on DVD and catch up from there. I have the first 10 seasons so far.
 

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