The Powerpuff Girls: This classic cartoon follows the adventures of three super-powered sisters Blossom, Bubbles and Momo as they save the town of Townsville from a host of villains. The Powerpuff Girls are a great example of strong, independent girls who can take anything that comes their way.
In 2003, the Powerpuff Girls soar through the skies of Townsville to bash a three-headed Pegasus monster who is wreaking havoc on the town. Buttercup hits him first, Bubbles freezes him with her icy breath, and Blossom ties him up, completely incapacitating him. After defeating the monster, the girls were applauded and bowed by the townspeople.
Back in 1996, Professor Drake Utonium and his lab assistant Mojo Mondel created the Powerpuff Girls in his lab.
The Powerpuff Girls later sat around the table for dinner with Professor Utonium and his friend Sara Bellum, and together they formed a family, with Drake being the official father of the three girls, as Sara was the closest thing to the mother. However, their dinner of comfort and laughter is interrupted when the First Townsville Bank is robbed by Fuzzy Lumpkins.
2. Adventure Time
Adventure Time: This quirky cartoon follows the adventures of human Finn and dog Jake as they explore the post-apocalyptic land of Ooo. Along the way, they’ll meet a variety of colorful characters, including Princess Bubblegum and Marceline the Vampire Queen.
However, on April 21, 2017, shortly before the DVD release of the seventh season, the episodes were reorganized. Season 7 concludes with episode 26, “The Thin Yellow Line”. The remaining 13 episodes, “Break His Crown” through “Reboot” became the start of season 8. The 13 episodes join up with the anticipated first 14 episodes of season 8, “Double Swords” through “Light Cloud.” Thus, the next 14 episodes, “Orb” through “Three Buckets,” which were supposed to be the second half of season 8, became season 9. Additionally, the original 13-episode ninth season became the tenth. That results in 26 episodes for the seventh season, 27 for the eighth, 14 for the ninth and 16 for the tenth and final season.
3.Gravity Falls: This cartoon follows the adventures of twin siblings Dipper and Mabel as they spend their summer with their great-uncle Stan in the mysterious town of Gravity Falls. Discovering that the city is infested with supernatural beings and conspiracies, they must unravel the mysteries and save their city.
Summer, however, becomes even more interesting for the siblings after Dipper accidentally discovers a mysterious diary in the woods that offers insight into the weird and wonderful mysteries of Gravity Falls. Dipper quickly notices the town’s eccentricities, and armed with the book and his burning desire to vanquish evil, he sets out to investigate the village’s secrets. Trapped in a remote town, the siblings quickly realize they need each other to fight the looming mystery lurking in Gravity Falls. Meanwhile, when he’s not busy making quick bucks from unsuspecting customers, Grankelstein is hiding a secret of his own that may hold the key to solving the mystery of Gravity Falls.