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Old 07-13-2019, 02:56 AM   #1
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Question The current generation's cartoon

Every generation has their own cartoon.
  • Boomers: Looney Tunes.

    Gen Xers: Simpsons.

    Millennials: SpongeBob.

What is the cartoon for Zoomers?
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Every generation has their own cartoon.
  • Boomers: Looney Tunes.

    Gen Xers: Simpsons.

    Millennials: SpongeBob.

What is the cartoon for Zoomers?
Steve Universe, I think. I haven't watched cartoons in a long time but I think that's the major hit right now.

Also, a lot of anime, especially One Punch Man.
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Every generation has their own cartoon.
  • Boomers: Looney Tunes.

    Gen Xers: Simpsons.

    Millennials: SpongeBob.

What is the cartoon for Zoomers?
"Zoomers", very interesting (I could not remember ever having seen or heard of it in this context before posting here).
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Zoomers/Gen Zers: The Loud House to be exact
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From all I've heard about Gen Z, they love SpongeBob too.

It's a shame that Looney Tunes faded away, because nothing today can beat that animation.
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And the current rendition of LT is utter garbage.
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And the current rendition of LT is utter garbage.
"LT"?
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From all I've heard about Gen Z, they love SpongeBob too.

It's a shame that Looney Tunes faded away, because nothing today can beat that animation.
Gen Y/Millennials also enjoy LT as well...not like the Boomers, but Generation Y is the Last Generation to like and respect most of what their parents and grandparents gave them....
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"LT"?
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Gen Y/Millennials also enjoy LT as well...not like the Boomers, but Generation Y is the Last Generation to like and respect most of what their parents and grandparents gave them....
Sorry, but I think this is wishful thinking. Millennials and Gen Y were the generation that grew up on stuff like Fox Kids/WB Kids and anime. My great-nephew is Gen Y (21) and he has no clue about Looney Tunes. His was the generation that obsessed about stuff like Sailor Moon, Pokemon, Cardcaptor Sakura and Spongebob Squarepants.
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Sorry, but I think this is wishful thinking. Millennials and Gen Y were the generation that grew up on stuff like Fox Kids/WB Kids and anime. My great-nephew is Gen Y (21) and he has no clue about Looney Tunes. His was the generation that obsessed about stuff like Sailor Moon, Pokemon, Cardcaptor Sakura and Spongebob Squarepants.
Well...I grew-up on Looney Tunes...maybe it's people 30 and under who don't know about classic cartoons...or at least the majority!
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Well...I grew-up on Looney Tunes...maybe it's people 30 and under who don't know about classic cartoons...or at least the majority!
I'm 22 and a lot of the people I went to school with grew up watching Loony Tunes. It was a pretty solid fixture on Cartoon Network as recently as the early 2000s.
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The only thing younger generations know about pre 70's cartoons is what the media has told them that is they were violent, stereotypical and racist which is sad because there was allot of good dialogue and excellent animation in the classics.
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The only thing younger generations know about pre 70's cartoons is what the media has told them that is they were violent, stereotypical and racist which is sad because there was allot of good dialogue and excellent animation in the classics.
...and only 10-25% of these people rant about this...the rest could care less...and interestingly enough...it's the minorities that care less about the stereotypes. They knew it was hurtful and was slander...but they knew that they overcame!
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my all time favorite cartoon were the 1990s the orignal Teenage mutant ninja turtles Anmited tv series the real ghost busters & muppet babies! I also watched the foxs 1990s foxs x-men Animated tv series & 1990s spider-man Anmited tv series!! & then wb's 1990 Batman Anmited tv series! which i just got the complete Anmited tv series for last christmas on blu ray!! I also likes some classic cartoons liked the jetsons loony toons top cat wood wood pecky & the flintstones!! now i grew up with dension the meannce Alvin & the chipmunks the real ghost busters teeange mutant ninja turtlers & nickelodeon's doug!! I also grew up with wb justice leagues justice league unlimited , super man & batman beyond Anmited tv serise!!
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