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*clears throat* that was childish of me. What it meant to say is HOLY CRUD I HAD A GIANT FANGIRL MOMENT BECAUSE I THOUGHT I'D GO A WHOLE MONTH WITHOUT ANY OF MY FAVORITE CARTOONS.
Also, did anyone else kinda get this horror movie vibe too?
Also, what's up with Sumo from Clarence? Why does he have those eyelashes? Or am I really that behind on CN shows as a result of trying to avoid Teen Titans Go?
Miraculous: the tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir. A cute little action series on Nickelodeon about Marinette and Adrien, two teenage superheroes. The plot seems a little slow at first, but considering the original plan for the series to be a little more story oriented, I have faith that it'll pick up soon. The English dub seems to be on hiatus, but it looks like the French dub is done with season one, if not very close to it. This is probably the only one I'd fully recommend because hey, it just seems close enough to SU, with a slow start but yes, some hints of something bigger have been dropped by the show's creator and the show itself.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Okay, if anyone remembers me from like, those first two days when this place started up, it's likely you saw this coming. >< Okay, I'd recommend the IDW comics waaay above all, however, if you want it for free I know of a site where you can read the Mirage comics for free, or you can binge the 1987 and 2003 series on YouTube. You can try looking for the 2012 series too, but it's pretty difficult. 2003 Has the best overall story IMO (up until season six, then it's all kinda forgotten), but not great with character development besides Leonardo. Then there's 2012, which I think has the best characterization, because for once they act like teenagers. Over time you see Leo grow up, Donnie get less awkward, Mikey a little less "ooh, shiny", but ultimately? Eh. It's good, but I'm not gonna lie about its flaws. Arcs tend to go all over the place, and filler isn't really used for character development like SU. However, it is a better watch than the following: 1987 cartoon. It's continuity is just all over the place. I do enjoy it, but it's my least favorite of the three cartoons. One episode is good for a laugh, but if you want to try to take it seriously, yeah, you're better off with the previously mentioned one's. Ninja turtles: the next mutation. Ughh. This falls into the so bad it's funny category, but again, if you're looking for serious, wrong place. Movies. Okay, okay, the first four should be up with the comics/later two cartoons. The first three are classic while the fourth highlights Leo and Raph's conflict (and appears to be a completely new continuity?), which is undoubtedly one of the best moments off the franchise, even if the movie as a whole is considered bad by most. 2014 movie though...I guess if explosions are your thing?...Yeah, I'd say skip it unless you like Michael Bay. Anyways, for simplicity's sake and just pure goodness, I'd suggest the 2003 series. (Geez, this one was long.)
Clarence: Ahh! Don't hate me! Okay, okay, hear me out. It's full of "dumb" imagination and stuff, but if you give it a chance, it's pretty great. Because in reality, it's just about a kid escaping into his imagination from punishments and stuff, but much of the real world is still acknowledged, but hardly in a bad way. One boy has two moms, and no one in-show sees this as abnormal, everything is just fine. It's been a while since I last caught anything new on CN because I've been avoiding Teen Titans go, so o can't tell you wether or not it's on hiatus.
Five night at Freddy's. Ahh! Don't kill me! Yeah, you've most likely heard of it just like Undertale, and you either hate it, love it, or have moved on from it, because let's face it, I think most of its fandom migrated to Undertale. The reason I'm recommending it is for all its Easter eggs. They've probably all been figured out by now, but hey, you could always try to play spoiler free and figure things out yourself. (Note: contains jumpscares, so watch out!"
Rick and Morty. I'm pretty surprised this one wasn't on the list. I haven't seen much of the series, but I'm kinda familiar with it. With a complex plot and good (IMO) humor, who wouldn't like it? There's two seasons and it is currently on hiatus. (Note: contains swearing, so if you're sensitive to that kind of stuff, please skip.)
My little pony: Friendship is magic. Okay, either you heard of this place because of Equestria daily or you want to kill me right now because "grrr bronies!" Either way, give it a whirl, although I'd say that it didn't start picking up until season four, which is understandable since three was intended to be the last so *spoiler* becoming a *spoiler* wasn't intended to go anywhere, but it did kick off the ongoing arc that's been going since then. It will come back from hiatus in roughly two weeks.
The Amazing world of Gumball. For similar reasons to Wonder Over Yander: it doesn't need a complex story to be good. It's just a fun little happy go lucky cartoon. Again, unsure about Hiatus.
Umm, I think that's it. Those are my top picks/probably most relatable picks...sorry about the TMNT rant, it was just hard to say "oh hey, you may like this one" because there's just so many and everyone's different. P: