Re-made from an old stamp of mine because it sucked. I was going to add onto this one 'no matter what age it was from' as well (as in time period, because people bitch about that as well), but didn't feel like making it any longer.
-Gogoriki (or Shekinmjeasomething or other. Russian) -Felidae (Famed gory movie from Germany. Probably more famed from cat sex scene than gore) -Jundlesomething or other Hugo (though, to be quite honest I had heavy criticisms against both movies and had to skip through countless scenes because the padding was so. Fucking. Boring. On the bright side, nice animation, catchy songs, good singing for said songs, and it's pretty harmless. From the Netherlands)
-My Little Pony Friendship is Magic -Batman the Animated Series -Freakazoid
Last three was the only set I didn't change from the first stamp. Like in that one I decided to use those three on the grounds that when I think of more modern shows that are loved by adults and kids alike, these are the first three to pop in my head. Granted, you could use any of the Stephen Spielberg cartoons for that, but considering Freakazoid is my favourite, decided to go on that. 8D
My mom loves Spongebob, and she's in her 60s! She watches it (and I ain't kidding here) "because you don't have to think." I don't argue with that logic, that's the logic I use when I play Minecraft. =3=
Yes, and anime is basically a japanese animation work, or art technique. In fact, a Japanese guy will call avatar the last airbender anime because anime is a japanese word for cartoon/animation, not the "brand".
catperson100Featured By OwnerJun 19, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
GOGORIKI! I love hat show! In Russian it's called Smeshariki!!!!! I was born in Russia but moved to America when I was three! I loved that show! We took a DVD with us and I think I still have it!^w^ I still watch the episodes on YouTube! But in Russian! I'll never forget them! They were my whole childhood!
I love just about any cartoon, regardless of where it came from. Looney Tunes and Freakazoid were my favorites when I was little. I have yet to see Chi's Sweet Home, but the one anime that makes my heart and face melt is Panda Go Panda!, which was a long-forgotten 1972 anime created by Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahada, and was basically the prototype for My Neighbor Totoro ^^ I've also started watching Flip the Frog, which was a 1934 cartoon made by Ub Iwerks after he left Disney. Sorry for the long explanation, I'm a huge animation geek
I actually checked out Chi's Sweet Home. It was ridiculously adorable. Very close to the comic too. It's sitting on my shelf next to What's Michael, another adorable cat-related anime a bit more Garfield esque.