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Cartoons from the 2010s

Shows that are still airing

Steven Universe 

Star vs The Forces of Evil 

We Bare Bears 

Rick and Morty 

Shows that will end soon 

Adventure Time 

The Amazing World of Gumball 

Regular Show 

Shows that had ended 

The Legend of Korra 

Over the Garden Wall 

Wander Over Yonder 

Gravity Falls 

I love this pic :)

Original artist: doctorsscarf, unfortunely now deactivated

Source link: http://doctorscarf.tumblr.com/post/130396393944 (but not operating)

Original fanart framed by me:

"No one outside of the Clexa fandom knows, cares or talk about Lexa/Clexa" "Clexas made a big deal out of a character and ship that no one cares about"

From December 17 to December 21 (AKA almost 10 months after Lexa’s death):

 

Another:

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And guess what? The character no one cares about but us…the character that WAS NOT A REGULAR…the GUEST STAR…got a FunkoPop:

When to watch certain cartoons
  • Steven Universe: When you want to watch something cute but meaningful, then you get an expected but not expected feels trip
  • Gravity Falls: When you're feeling like a conspiracy theorist, you mostly want to put the puzzel together but also want to have a few laughs in the process. Also a feels trip.
  • We Bare Bears: When you want something funny and cute and relatable. But be prepared for unexpected feels trips.
  • Rick and Morty: When your want something with more adult themes. Also when you're feeling like a theorist. But be prepared, each episode is either a really fun time or a really emotional heartbreaking time.
  • Regular Show: When you want something really weird and supernatural. Also when you want to be angry at blue birds for ruining things.
  • Star vs The Forces of Evil: When you want something funny with adult innuendos. You're mostly watching for a good time.
  • Spongebob: you're not watching the new ones. God don't watch the new ones, you watch spongebob when you're on a nostalgia trip, watch classics like band geeks, and the Alaskan bullworm.
  • Adventure Time: Another example of a theorists cartoon. You should be here when you want funny, post-apocalyptic, good times. May or may not cause feels trip
  • Teen Titans Go: You never watch Teen Titans Go. You watch Teen Titans.
  • Dragon Ball Z: Nostalgia for literal weeks. Watch this when you want a good laugh, memories, and when you want to figure out the timeline.
  • Fairly Odd Parents: Again. Don't watch the new ones.
  • Avatar The Last Airbender/ Legend of Korra: When you want fun uplifting adventures with a bunch of emotional superpowered teens, from first generation to third.
  • Scooby Doo (any): Come for the funny innuendos and animation, stay for the mysteries and music.
  • Superjail: If you're gonna watch this sober, come for the colorful animation, and the funny characters. If you're gonna watch this under an influence, you're gonna have a fun time no matter what.
Our Generation and Fandoms

Hello everyone, I’m warning you now that this is going to be a long post, but it is also important.  So I’m sorry about this, but I’ve been thinking about this for a long time and I think it needs to be said.

Our generation has changed, that’s for certain, but changed into what; I don’t know.  Are we toxic, do we just hurt ourselves and the people around us? Are we damaged, suffering from the decisions made for us by previous generations? Are we controlling, doing whatever it takes to make sure that we are always appeased?

I don’t have answers for these questions, but when it comes to entertainment made for us, and the children who have come after us, there are some truths to be said.

Back in elementary school, I would always talk to my friends about cartoons and the like.  We would talk about our favorite episodes, favorite characters, and even just quote some of our favorite lines.  I remember just quoting Ed from Ed Edd n Eddy for a long time, mainly just “Buttered toast!”

But as time went on, mainly as I hit near the end of high school and started into college, the conversations changed.

We changed.

Now all I see is: “I ship (this character) with (this character)”, “I headcanon (this character) as (this sexuality)”, “I headcanon (this character) as (this gender)”

and each of these are followed by angry arguments, death threats, and basic unrelenting rage.  On what…cartoon characters?

Cartoon characters that, none of us own?

I get it though.  There are people who wished there were more characters in cartoons who were like them; whether it be gay, bi, trans, etc.  But the problem is that we can’t just make that fact.  Only those who own the show can, and I’m sorry to say this, but usually when you make a cartoon, you need to have a lot planned out, and if it is never planned for the main character to come out as gay or trans or something else, than it just isn’t going to happen.

Then, there are people who like to say: “this character is (this sexuality/gender/other headcanon)!”

Unless there is spoken or written truth from the show itself, or the creators. Then your headcanon is only a headcanon, not fact.

What happened to us?  We used to just, quietly sit and watch cartoons, laugh when something was funny, feel sad when the characters felt sad, and then shared with others about how we loved the show so much.

But now, we’re just trying to control these kid’s shows for our own selfish desires.

Why can’t we just watch the shows, and be happy about it, with nothing else?

I’m not trying to say that we should stop being fans of the shows that we love, just maybe we should…tone it down?

When did children’s entertainment, stop being entertaining?

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For @hvmaneyes

Vulcans 𝓃𝑒𝓋𝑒𝓇 bluff.

Multiverse Theory and Why It’s Your Friend

The multiverse theory in the most simplest of terms states that there are an infinite amount of parallel universes to coincide with the infinite possibilities that can occur throughout time and space.

So you’re probably wondering why you’re seeing this in tags about your favorite shows and whatnot, well it’s simple.

Everyone has headcanons and AUs about their favorite shows, and not to mention the wonderful fan theories about hidden secrets or future events.  And some, not all, but some people wish deep down that their headcanons/theories become true.  Sadly when a show is either finished or canceled, for many these things don’t happen.

Unless

You believe in the multiverse theory, such as I do.  Because by law of this theory all headcanons and theories are true, within their respective universes of course.

You may have a headcanon that isn’t true here, but there is a universe out there where it is true and maybe another where it’s true with a theory of yours, the possibilities are limitless!

For instance a universe where Bill Cipher is voiced by Morgan Freeman!

or a universe where Lincoln Loud always wears a pink shirt instead of an orange one!

or a Steven Universe where Jasper did join Steven instead of getting corrupted!

or a universe where Marco Diaz is openly trans, Star’s gay with Jackie and Ludo is actually just an angry banana with a face!

Literally endless possibilities!

Now you’re probably wondering why I made this post right?  Well it’s because we should be happy, and no matter what happens to our favorite shows, whether our theories aren’t right, or our headcanons get disproved.  They are true…somewhere.

So let’s all sit back, relax, and enjoy some quality entertainment…after this commercial break!