Anything by Gendy Tartosvky
Biker Mice From Mars
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Just about every super-hero themed show(All the Spider-Mans, even the MTV one, Silver Surfer, FF, Hulk, etc...
Star Wars Clone Wars( Cartoon and the other one)
That show about the super dogs
The list goes on.
Assuming you mean cartoon in the traditional sense of the word and that you count Spumco as an LA based company, it's a four way tie between the original Fleischer pre-Hayes code Betty Boop, Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies under the direction of Bob Clampett, Tex Avery, and Frank Tashlin, the original Fleischer Popeye, and Ren and Stimpy in the hands of Spumco.
__________________ Land of the free, home of the brave...
Do you think we will ever be saved?
In this land of dreams find myself sober...
Wonder when will it'll all be over...
Living in a void when the void grows colder...
Wonder when it'll all be over?
Will you be laughing when it's over?
Comedies like South Park, Simpsons, and Futurama are kind of a given imo. I've personally lost interest in Family Guy, but there are moments from it that I still like.
I liked some of the DCAU shows. Batman of course, and JL was pretty good (I never saw much of Justice League Unlimited though was it good/better than JL or not?). If I had to pick a least favorite(s), it'd have to be either Superman (this was even before I came to hate Superman) and/or Batman Beyond, though Return of the Joker was okay, especially [SPOILER - highlight to read]: Joker's last line in the Uncut's flashback scene before he dies: "That's not funny...".
Samurai Jack was one of the best things to come out of Cartoon Network since Johnny Bravo.
Now, ReBoot; That wasn't American-made, was it? IIRC it was produced in Canada...but it's still a personal favorite.
Spongebob is the antichrist. I still love "CHOCOLATE!!!" and all, but I stand by my statement.
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