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10 Cartoons Your Parents Secretly Wanted To Watch With You

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We all grew up watching cartoons as kids, but who says we need to stop once we hit adulthood? Things that were once awesome often still are, and plenty of us even have our own kids to introduce to the shows we loved! In particular, these 10 cartoons are just as great now as they were when we were kids.

Batman: The Animated Series

Still considered one of the best adaptations of the Caped Crusader's adventures, the show has colorful villains and cool gadgets for the kids, and mature themes and surprisingly intelligent storylines for adults.


The Warner siblings did their best to teach kids about things like state capitals and the difference between a good idea and a bad idea, but what we really remember are the adult jokes like this...

Avatar: The Last Airbender

A show that's colorful and silly but also serious and action-packed, Avatar: The Last Airbender isn't just a great show for kids and adults to enjoy together, but one of the best shows of all time.


One of the earliest fully 3D-animated shows of the 90s, Reboot was a combination of then-awesome visuals, a different and interesting world (which takes place entirely in a computer), and storylines that took some pretty serious turns. Great then, and great now.

Seriously, there's even more great shows that you can show your kids...

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