10 Best Adult Cartoons That You Should Binge In 2017

There are a lot of things that adults need to learn by themselves and cartoons with mature plot helps gain that broader understanding of life through their narratives and unparalleled depth.

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10 Best Adult Cartoons That You Should Binge In 2017

People often mistake cartoons for kids-stuff because they have been used like that since long, it has acted as an interactive medium for new learners to grasp better.

But, what if I tell you there are some mind blowing cartoons that are doing more than just helping kids learn basic alphabets and numbers. These Adult Cartoons are filled with dark humor, insane innuendos and life changing lessons.

I am a sucker for story-telling, humor, and optimistic nihilism, I don’t care which medium the story comes riding on, be it live action, animation, cartoon, motion capture or even books, I just want the narrative to be intriguing and captivating.

Looking for cartoons, I stumbled upon “The Adventure Time” which got me interested in cartoon shows with depth; aesthetic and story wise. I am a 23-year-old and I've been watching a lot of cartoons lately, and this my list.

A list of 10 Best Adult Cartoons As Of 2017

10) Family Guy

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Family Guy is a misnomer as you cannot sit with your family to watch this show with cheap skits and below the belt innuendos.

The series centers on the Griffins, a family consisting of parents Peter and Lois; their children Meg, Chris, and Stewie; and their anthropomorphic pet dog Brian. The show is set in the fictional city of Quahog, Rhode Island, and exhibits much of its humor in the form of cutaway gags that often lampoon American culture.

9) Bojack Horseman

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BoJack Horseman is an American adult animated sitcom created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg. The series stars Will Arnett as the title character, BoJack Horseman.

In an alternate world where humans and anthropomorphic animals live side by side, BoJack Horseman, the washed-up star of the 1990s sitcom Horsin' Around, plans his big return to celebrity relevance with a tell-all autobiography that he dictates to his ghostwriter Diane Nguyen.

8) Regular Show

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The series revolves around the daily lives of two 23-year-old friends, Mordecai (a blue jay), and Rigby (a raccoon). They work as groundskeepers at a park, and spend their days trying to avoid work and entertain themselves by any means.This is much to the chagrin of their manager/boss Benson (a gumball machine) and their co-worker Skips (a yeti) but to the delight of their (other) manager/boss Pops (a man with a lollipop-shaped head).

Other co workers include an overweight green man called Muscle Man, and a ghost called Hi-Five Ghost.

7) Beavis & Butthead

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They have no apparent adult supervision at home, are dim-witted, under-educated and barely literate. Both lack any empathy or moral scruples, even regarding each other. Their most common shared activity is watching music videos, which they tend to judge by deeming them "cool," or by exclaiming, "This sucks!" (the latter is sometimes followed by the demand, "Change it!").

 They also apply these judgments to other things that they encounter, and will usually deem something "cool" if it is associated with violence, sex, or the macabre. Despite having no experience with women, their other signature traits are a shared obsession with sex, and their tendency to chuckle and giggle whenever they hear words or phrases that can even remotely be interpreted as sexual or scatological.

6) Futurama

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Futurama is set in New New York at the turn of the 31st century, in a time filled with technological wonders. The city of New New York has been built over the ruins of present-day New York City, which occupies New New York's sewers, referred to as "Old New York". Various devices and architecture are similar to the Populuxe style.

Global warming, inflexible bureaucracy, and substance abuse are a few of the subjects given a 31st-century exaggeration in a world where the problems have become both more extreme and more common. Just as New York has become a more extreme version of itself in the future, other Earth locations are given the same treatment; Los Angeles, for example, is depicted as a smog-filled apocalyptic wasteland.

5) The Simpsons

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The Simpsons are a family who lives in a fictional "Middle America" town of Springfield. Homer, the father, works as a safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, a position at odds with his careless, buffoonish personality.

He is married to Marge, a stereotypical American housewife, and mother. They have three children: Bart, a ten-year-old troublemaker; Lisa, a precocious eight-year-old activist; and Maggie, the baby of the family who rarely speaks, but communicates by sucking on a pacifier.

4) King Of The Hill

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King of the Hill is set in the fictional small town of Arlen, Texas. The show centers around the Hill family, whose head is the ever-responsible, hard-working, loyal, disciplined, and honest Hank Hill (voiced by Mike Judge).

The pun title refers to Hank as the head of the family as well as metaphorically to the children's game King of the Hill. Hank is employed as an assistant manager at Strickland Propane, selling "propane and propane accessories".

3) Archer

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Working for the "International Secret Intelligence Service" (ISIS) in New York City, suave, profoundly self-centered master spy Sterling Archer deals with global espionage, as well as his domineering, emotionally-distant mother and boss Malory Archer, fellow ISIS agent and ex-girlfriend Lana Kane, and ISIS employees Ray Gillette, Cyril Figgis, Pam Poovey, Cheryl Tunt, and Doctor Algernop Krieger.

2) South Park

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The show follows the exploits of four boys, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick. The boys live in the fictional small town of South Park, located within the real-life South Park basin in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado.

The town is also home to an assortment of frequent characters such as students, families, elementary school staff, and other various residents, who tend to regard South Park as a bland, quiet place to live.

1) Rick And Morty

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Rick Sanchez is an alcoholic scientific genius who has moved in with the family of his daughter Beth, who is a veterinarian and equine cardiac surgeon. He splits his time between developing arcane projects and taking his teenage grandson Morty (and, with increasing occurrence, his older teenage granddaughter Summer) on dangerous and surreal adventures throughout the multiverse.

Compounded with pre existing tensions within the family, these events cause the sensitive Morty much distress at home and school.

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