Televesion nowadays is just not as great as it used to be. The cartoons were actually meaningful and aimed at actual morals and intellegient plots if you actually thought about it. But now? Trash is all I can say. everything you see nowadays from American tv is bulls%^$ like I can’t believe. Literally everything now is so stupid the stories don’t make sense, they’re teaching kids to be stupid. more than usual, and they’re making everyone around them annoyed and really angry. I really don’t know what’s happening ot the media but it’s getting worse, more global, more stupid people doing stupid things, maybe I SHOULD move out of the country.

Cartoon Network had a lot going for it in the late 90’s/early 00’s. Shows like Dexter’s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Ed Edd n Eddy, and The Powerpuff girls were all top quality children’s cartoons that could also appeal to adults. They were aimed at kids, for sure, but they were very, very clever.  This show, however, was not so much aimed at children. It was pretty kid friendly, but overall this was an artistic show that was just plain and simple really good. The animation itself is so simple and colorful, but done in such a unique way. They always knew how to shade everything perfectly to fit the mood. The music was spot on as well. They just happened to have a crew of people working on every aspect of the show that all really “got” what John R. Dilworth was aiming for. It was like a tight band. I’d also like to point out that episodes like “The Shadow of Courage” and “The Hunchback of Nowhere” are some of the most brilliantly written, touching pieces of animation I’ve ever seen.

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