Does anyone ever have those memorabilia days of those TV shows that you used to watch in the past?

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I know I do.


My top ten Saturday Morning Cartoons because I’m bored

10. Jackie Chan Adventures
9. Freakazoid
8. Secret Saturdays
7. Static Shock
6. W.I.T.C.H
5. Storm Hawks
4. Shinzo
3. Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go
2. Legion of Superheroes
1. Code Lyoko

-siiiiigh- Right in the obsessive nostalgia

Fund It!: Code Monkey Save World, Graphic Novel Based on the Songs of Jonathan Coulton

There are many things in this world I didn’t realise I was missing until they became a thing. A comic book universe based on songs written by independent musician/geek extraordinaire Jonathan Coulton is one of those things.

JoCo might be best known for his musical contributions to the Portal franchise, but he has an extensive catalogue of songs about evil geniuses in love, zombies having office disagreements and the tragic tale of a Star Trek Redshirt. So after joking around with comic writer Greg Pak on Twitter about combining those songs and characters into one epic storyline, it seemed like way too good an idea to not actually make happen. SO THEY DID.

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A lot of people lately are bashing recent cartoon network shows saying that the “old” cartoon network will always be better than the “new” stuff because it was their childhood, but just because you didn’t grow up with new shows like adventure time or Steven universe doesn’t mean they’re any less good than the shows that aired awhile back like Billy and Mandy or the powerpuff girls. And some people say that its because the 90’s were better, that has NOTHING to do with the quality of a show! Some of the “old” cartoon network shows didn’t even come out in the 90’s they came out around the early 20th century! And you have to realize some people grew up in between so they grew up with some of both, but just because its not a show you watched as a kid doesn’t mean its crap. All shows are good in their own way, let’s stop separating them as old and new and just enjoy them :)

My Top 20 Anime-Influenced TV Series

This is a list of my most favorite TV series from my PreTeen to my Adult Hood years. Hope you guys like it.

1. Steven Universe

2. Kappa Mikey

3. My Life Me

4. Totally Spies

5. Martin Mystery

6. W.I.T.C.H.

7. Wakfu

8. Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

9. Code Lyoko

10. Avatar: The Last Airbender

11. RWBY

12. The Legend Of Korra

13. Teen Titans

14. Ben 10: Alien Force

15. Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go

16. Samurai Jack

17. Jackie Chan Adventures

18. Xiaolin Showdown

19. Magi-Nation

20. Boondocks

Code Monkey Save World #1, October 2013, cover by Takeshi Miyazawa.

I really liked this. If you are a fan of Jonathan Coulton, this is filled with in-jokes and side references to his songs. Even if you are not a fan, this is a fun read.

Cartoons I Loved But Forgot About:

Mucha Lucha

El Tigre


American Dragon Jake Long

Chalk Zone

Jackie Chan Adventures

Kappa Mikey

All Grown Up

Xiaolin Showdown

The Replacements

Secret Saturdays

Yin Yang Yo

Generator Rex


Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

Robot Boy

Camp Lazlo

Class of 3000

Code Lyoko

Duck Dodgers

Krypto The Superdog

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Static Shock

Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go!

Totally Spies

add if you want to.




Arctic Monkeys (Old) & (New)




Ben Howard

Blue Rose Code

Bring Me The Horizon (Old) & (Recent)

Cage The Elephant

Chelsea Grin

Cold War Kids

Darwin Deez


Enter Shikari (Old) (Mid) & (New)

Everything Everything

Franz Ferdinand


Gorillaz (Old) & (New)

Greeley Estates

Green Day

Hot Chip

I Fight Dragons


Kill Paris


The Lost Levels

Matt Corby



One Morning Left



Pegasus Bridge


Pulled Apart By Horses


Rolo Tomassi

Royal Republic

Sum 41

System Of A Down

Tally Hall

The Aesthetic Junkies

The Cranberries

The Devil Wears Prada

The Dillinger Escape Plan

The Human Abstract

The Stranglers

Tom Odell

Twenty One Pilots

Two Door Cinema Club

The Used

Vampire Weekend

Vance Joy

The Wombats

Young Guns

Young The Giant

Update 1

Purity Ring


Kevin Devine

The Blue Van

Bronze Radio Return

The Fall of Troy

I See Stars

Update 2

RX Bandits

Chet Faker

Koan Sound


The Neighbourhood


Jai Paul




Mount Kimbie

Update 3


George Ezra

Dingus Khan


Little Dragon

Crystal Fighters

Send me bands to add to the list! xx