Move over kids, the adults got the remote and we ain’t changing the channel. With the cookie-cutter definition of cartoons now blurred, our modern day entertainment consists of loaded gags and dialogue that only adults can appreciate. Tracing a perfect dichotomy of childish past-times and millennial’s infamous quarter-life crisis, we drown ourselves in a macabre series of romantic horrors through cartoons that deceptively paint eye-candy characters with a surprise filling of dark-flavored musings. Trapping overt and subliminal messages within the confines of satirical toons, these cartoons trace a parody of our lowbrow, unfiltered reality. – CASA BIANCA
Rick and Morty
As much as people like to say that you need a high IQ to get this show, it’s really the kind that pokes fun of all minds from different wakes of our multi-universe. From starting out as a crude parody of Back To The Future to spanning into three seasons of unparalleled intergalactic misadventures, Rick and Morty has reached it’s audience by it’s matter-of-fact tone and how it explores the fact how anything being possible makes nothing matter – a thought that has been plaguing people’s minds like a bubble-gum flavored cancer.
Bojack The Horseman
A thoughtful oddity in it’s own right and bridging the gap between cockamamie humor and profound narration, Bojack The Horseman screens as a solid proof that comical surrealism can be delivered in a sincerely moving punchline.
The Venture Bros
“Jonny Quest” gets an irreverent but affectionate spoofing in this animated series chronicling the sometimes hair-raising adventures of Hank and Dean Venture, the not-especially-bright twin sons of pill-popping “super-scientist” Dr. Thaddeus “Rusty” Venture.
Over The Garden Wall
On an adventure, brothers Wirt and Greg get lost in the Unknown, a strange forest adrift in time. A wise old woodsman and bluebird Beatrice help them find their way. Along the way, Wirt’s thoughts envelope him, while the wonder of the surroundings preoccupy Greg.
Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt
The show revolves around the exploits of the Anarchy sisters, Panty and Stocking, angels who were kicked out of Heaven due to their bad behavior. On a quest to earn back their “heaven points,” they get sidetracked by their respective interests in men and sugary sweets.