The finest adult cartoons are available on several channels, as well as popular streaming platforms. These cartoon shows can deliver awesome entertainment, and you can go on and on. There is no stopping you. Animation has done wonders undoubtedly, and a lot of creativity is on display.
These shows’ themes are either matured or immature, but there is no denying that you get a good dose of some unadulterated fun. When some of your favorite cartoon shows take a leap from the small to the big screen, you get some of the most amazing comedies of all time. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to stick to the small screen now. But that hardly matters as you have the following list of top adult cartoons for your enjoyment.
When you have someone like Daniel Tosh lending his voice for this cartoon, you know you have a treat at hand. The star, who experienced a leap in his career with Comedy Central, has the talent to gift you a masterpiece. Well, he also happens to be the executive producer of the American show.
The focus is on Brickleberry National Park, where the actual action takes place. It’s always fun to find out what the park rangers are up to. Brickleberry was popular enough to have a three-season run before it went off the air. Waco O’Guin and Roger Black are the creators of the show. The show came to an end on September 25, 2012.
King of the Hill
Just when he was done with Beavis and Butthead, Mike Judge quickly jumped on to his next show, the animated series King of the Hill. Though the show was a bit understated, it still made its way to the viewers’ hearts. The plot is set in Arlen, a fictional city in the state of Texas. It gives an account of Hank Hill, his family, and his neighbors.
King of the Hill became popular enough to run for a brilliant 13 seasons on Fox, before going off the air back in 2009. If you name some of the best cartoons that adults can enjoy, King of the Hill would surely be at the top of the list. Greg Daniels and Mike Judge are the creators of this show that went on air on January 12, 1997.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
This iconic adult cartoon’s characters became household names after it went on air on December 30, 2000. The opening theme song was a huge hit among the viewers. The adventure revolves around a milkshake, a meatball, and a box of french fries, and it’s a lot of fun.
In every season, the appearance of Carl Brutananadilewski, a loudmouthed neighbor, made watching the show all the more worthwhile. It encompassed 11 seasons with 139 episodes to boast of. The Adult Swim series also had a feature film made on it. Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis get the credit for creating this absolute masterpiece.
The Venture Bros
This is one adult cartoon show which is still on the air and is enjoying a long run. It commenced on August 7, 2004, and has already had seven seasons to its name. The Venture Bros has been the longest-running show on Adult Swim, and needless to say, it enjoys massive popularity among the ardent admirers of adult cartoons.
You are in for a treat of action and comedy in the right doses. The Venture Bros is famous for reimagining various figures from pop culture and comic books as well. Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick are the creators of this.
After gifting the viewers with the legendary The Simpsons, Matt Greening went ahead and conjured up some brilliant work with Futurama. Almost everything is ridiculous about the show, but that makes it stand apart from the others.
Philip J. Fry, the pizza delivery guy time travels and wakes up in 2999 to find an alcoholic robot and a one-eyed captain of a ship. It did enjoy a loyal fan following for seven long seasons since it’s first episode on March 28, 1999.
Even if you have watched all of these cartoon series before, reliving the experience is something you wouldn’t want to miss out on. The outstanding animation style and iconic characters are unforgettable. So, which of these shows do you enjoy watching? Tell us in the comments section now!