In the 19th century, beginning in Punch magazine in 1843, cartoon came to refer – ironically at first – to humorous illustrations in magazines and newspapers. As time moves into the 20th century, it began to refer to animated films that resembled print cartoons. They were only seen as children entertainment, with more evidence of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs being the first animated film in the 1930s. Also, anime became popular in the west in the 1990s which brought a foreign animation style for kids, teenagers, and adults to enjoy over time. Now, the only question to this article is not how long cartoons have existed or which animation style is better. No, the question presented in this article is which is the greatest cartoons of all time. This will focus on cartoon shows that made a great impact and influence in the media, and how it holds up to modern standards. Keep in mind that this is very objective and there will be explanations for the following five shows to be included.
We had a lot of great films that has come out in the year of 2019. We had Avengers Endgame, John Wick 3, Yesterday, and so on. But between the big summer films that were dominating this year, there were two films I couldn't forget. One film is about a man who has a mental disorder who’s living in a terrible condition, and the other is about a poor soul who is abandoned and is alone in an isolated place for a long time. These two might sound the same, but the only similarity is the characters the two films mostly focus on. These two characters I'm going to talk about is Arthur Fleck and Spinel.
There have been a lot of great movies and television shows I have seen through my youth and the rest of my teenage life. There are many different genres I enjoy, but for some reason, I mostly enjoy the recent seventh horror Child’s Play movie in straight to DVD film, The Cult of Chucky.