By Saoirse Dickerson. Cartoon. Published at Saturday, July 28th, 2018 - 10:36:08 AM.
5. SpongeBob SquarePants - The character was created by Stephen Hillenburg, who is an animator and marine biologist. On July 17, 1999, the series was first aired on Nickelodeon. The cartoon shows of Spongebob SquarePants were especially loved by children, who voted for it and made it the most popular series on Nickelodeon. The show’s protagonist is a sea sponge named Spongebob, who actually looks like a regular kitchen cleaning sponge. He lives under the sea in a town called Bikini Bottom. Spongebob is a cook and overtly optimistic. The storyline of the episodes shows him helping his friends or going on an adventure with them.
Hidden Messages Inside Anime - Anime is one of the best things that could possibly happen to television. Since its debut outside Japan, anime has reeled in millions and millions of fans. However, there are those that remain skeptical of anime, thinking of it only as a glammed up version of the typical cartoons that we see on TV. They take one look at the too perfect faces, the out of his world costumes, and the quintessential talking animals and they immediately dismiss anime as childish. Well, we as watchers of anime know that there’s much more to anime beneath its cartoonish facade.
Iron Man Cartoon! A few months ago, one of my friends sent me a text \"Im so glad to be part of the Marvel/DC generation!\" Technically, anyone alive during the 1960s and on is part of the Marvel/DC generation, but my friend had a point in the 1990s specially, fans were introduced to all variety of comic book characters on Saturday morning cartoons and Iron Man is no exception.
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