What is wrong with Cartoons today?

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  1. mastergreen profile image74
    mastergreenposted 3 years ago

    What is wrong with Cartoons today?

    Do you find that today's cartoons are not as good as the old ones? Like the 80's or 90's? Why do you think cartoons are not as good as they used to be? What is wrong with cartoons today?

  2. Link10103 profile image74
    Link10103posted 3 years ago

    They are extra stupid these days. Either that, or supposed kids shows are the furthest thing from being for kids.

    Used to love cartoons, stopped watching any of them once i saw crap like Uncle Grandpa staying on air. The Tom and Jerry era was the golden times...

    1. mastergreen profile image74
      mastergreenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Those old days are what the kids of today need to see but sadly... Thanks for commenting.

  3. Sam Tumblin profile image66
    Sam Tumblinposted 3 years ago

    I agree not as good as the old days the problem is...Creativity...Creativity!

    1. mastergreen profile image74
      mastergreenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      You are right, thanks for responding.

  4. aliasis profile image94
    aliasisposted 3 years ago

    Nothing's wrong with cartoons today. Everyone thinks the cartoons they watched as a child are the best. When you're an adult, most kids' cartoons aren't going to do it for you, because... you guessed it, they're for kids. And most kids' shows aren't going to be that enjoyable for adults unless you have nostalgic value for them.* My childhood was in the 90s, I absolutely loved most cartoons I saw then. Conversely, I think most cartoons from before then are dumb - Looney Toons, Tom and Jerry, etc. are ridiculously stupid to me. Then again, so are most modern cartoons. I guarantee kids these days in ten, twenty years will bemoan about how their childhood cartoons were superior to the garbage kids of the future are watching.

    *There are exceptions to the "kids' cartoons are dumb" rule. Some cartoons targeted toward children are truly masterpieces, and can equally be enjoyed by adults. And some adults simply are capable of enjoying children's stuff more than others, nothing wrong with that either.

    1. mastergreen profile image74
      mastergreenposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Interesting idea, thanks for responding.


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