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  • (#2) Rocko's Modern Life

    • Carlos Alazraqui, Tom Kenny, Charles Adler

    The Nicktoons of the 1990s offered a lot of entertainment for kids in the form of Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, and Doug, but Rocko's Modern Life was often overlooked. The slice-of-life adventures of the wallaby Rocko and his gluttonous buddy Heffer featured surreal animation, offbeat hilarity, and even snuck some dirty jokes past the censors.

  • (#12) Clerks: The Animated Series

    • Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Jason Mewes

    How does a live-action cult comedy featuring foul-mouthed scenes like this one become a primetime animated show on a typically family-friendly network like ABC? The very idea of Clerks: The Animated Series seems outlandish. Network executives agreed, as they only aired two out-of-order episodes before cancelling the show. It wasn't until the series was released on DVD and on Comedy Central that it gained an appreciative audience for its wacky humor and pop culture references.

  • (#4) The Oblongs

    • Will Ferrell, Pamela Adlon, Jean Smart

    The animated black comedy featured Will Ferrell as the voice of the limbless Bob Oblong, the patriarch of a family of freaks. Despite the show's witty yet gross humor, The Oblongs was canceled after its first season on The WB. Luckily, fans got to see the series in its entirety on Adult Swim.

  • (#1) Gargoyles

    • Keith David, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Jeff Bennett

    The critically lauded Gargoyles featured a compelling story and a serious tone that was missing from many cartoons. The series followed a group of medieval gargoyles who defend modern-day New York City from ancient evils. Despite its loyal fanbase, the show didn't make record ratings for Disney and seemed out of place in its otherwise upbeat cartoon line-up. Gargoyles was canceled after three seasons, though it continues to crop up in comic book form.

  • (#11) Earthworm Jim

    • Dan Castellaneta, Jeff Bennett, Jim Cummings

    Based off the video game character of the same name, Earthworm Jim followed the hero and his sidekick, Peter Puppy, on various space adventures and missions. The show's oddball humor and creativity entertained fans of the video game and quirky cartoons alike. Sadly, it only lasted two seasons.

  • (#14) Histeria!

    • Tom Kenny, Rob Paulsen, Frank Welker

    In the midst of the Kids' WB programming block was Histeria!, an educational cartoon that aimed to be actually funny. This cartoon covered historic events and figures with skits and entertaining songs. But while the cartoon is fondly remembered by fans, the show's impact was overshadowed by other, more successful Warner Bros. cartoons such as Animaniacs and Pinky & The Brain.

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Many people think that animations are for children, but in fact, there are many masterpieces specially made for adults and some interesting animated TV shows suitable for people of all ages and bring people laughter. Cartoons are one of the most precious childhood memories, such as the world-famous Tom and Jerry, the Lion King, etc. However, some masterpiece cartoons have not received the attention they deserve. 

These underrated cartoon shows also have loyal fans for many years, but they are brilliant and deserve more appreciation and praise from the public. Here the random tool collected 14 masterpiece cartoons that should get recognition. 

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