Shit you hate in cartoons
>Black girl in cartoon
>They make her act like a ghetto hood rat animal
>Black girl in cartoon
>They make the light skinned girl as pretty and nice then they make the dark skinned girl as mean and ugly
>Bad guy is a genius
>Not a single minion with more than half a brain. Or worse, there are no other bad guy characters other than the main guy.
>Bad guy's plan only fails because of a minute detail/extreme luck on the heroes' part
>Bad guy never EVER tries the plan again with better preparation
>All characters are dancing in the end credits
>not every sassy girl is a "ghetto hood rat". Stop asserting stereotypes
YES THEY ARE, Stop it.
I knew so many sassy black girls in my high school who was blowing dudes and gave them herpes since they didn't use condoms
>villain creates a ridiculously elaborate machine
>it has a self destruct button
>White guy in a cartoon
>He's the protagonist, a great character, and gets the hottest girl
>White dude gets to rail the hot brown girl
>Minority secondary character doesn't get a girl/gets the fat one
>they spend an entire episode next season of the villain doing the same plan again, almost shot to shot of the original episode
>villain explains to heroes in detail how he thought ahead and prepared for the specific thing that defeated him before
>heroes just beat him up instead like they always do
>Every background character/noise
>Negress Sailor Moon
This will never not trigger me.
>they're identical twins with similar names
>they're fraternal twins of opposite sexes who look like genderswaps
>black boy in a cartoon
>he's a street smart "cool kid" or urkel
>one twin is miss sunshine
>the other twin is goth
>There's nothing wrong with fat chicks
fat chick detected
>two main characters of opposite genders
>eventually end up together
>two best friends of opposite genders
>eventually end up together
This is as annoying as Japan's inability to write platonic childhood friends.
Sailor Moon set past the 90s was a bad idea but look at Crystal
>two characters switch bodies
>they switch voices too
Thank god for the shows that do it correctly.
>Also there's nothing wrong with fat chicks
>goth is the evil one
>miss sunshine is the good one
Jake Long did this interestingly, they were both precognitive. The dour one saw all the good things, taking all the wonder and surprise out of her life. The cheerful one saw all the horrible things, so any good thing she saw was like a ray of light.
Sorry Anon, but fat chicks are not pretty, but they do serve an important purpose.
Without them, we'd have a weaker gravitational pull on the planet because they wouldn't add a substantial amount to the mass of the planet.
CHECK YOUR THIN-PRIVILEGE SHITLORDS!!!11!!1!
>white character is a stereotypical middle classed family who is also a loser
>black character comes from a harsh ghetto backward and mostly speaks in jive.
>mexican character has a stereotypical mexican accent and is the crazy one
It's one of the neat about Batman '66. They do some humorous stuff with the gimmick henchmen of the various villains.
>"But what's his deal about hats?"
>Oh. No hon, you don't want to get the boss started on hats..."
>Black female character.
>Has obvious white features.
>Narrow face, narrow nose.
>Black male character, ultra nigger mode engaged.
>No traces of white ancestry.
If you're going to go down the diversity road, then at least have the balls to make every black character equally niggerish.
Let's counterbalance it with things you like in a cartoon.
>black girl in the show
>she's competent, sassy, and cool, but even she has her limitations
And of course Cree Summers voices her.
>Is it me or is everyone using the n word on here lately?
>Small group of 14-16 year old regular teens assault a military base and beat up a bunch of trained soldiers or henchmen.
>Still the wimpy main character has a god damn bully in school he fails to deal with until the last episodes.
>>Hey writing team, this episode needs conflict.
>> Okay director guy, we'll just have the characters act like they didn't learn anything last week and the conflict will start up again.
Yep, too many times to count.
gods getting power from their believers is a somewhat uncommon trope but it's there
I fucking loved how Okami handled this, but as for /co/ related I think Wakfu does this, or something similar, it might actually be the other way around.
I have never experienced this. The only similar thing is my grandparents think college is useless and I should just get my GED and get a good job. Also she calls me a nerd for buttoning my shirts all the way up
It's even worse when characters act too immature for their age
>Evil Militia or Military Group.
>They carry "Laser" guns that "Knock out" people.
>Slow as fuck.
>Armour is made out of megablocks and roughly a foot thick.
>Still get knocked out with a hit to the back.
>Ride around in obvious toys that will be Mattel products.
>animators still draw sexy female animal women as if they dont know what it causes
>bully openly abuses character in front of every possible authority figure without repercussion
It's not just cartoons with this problem.
>Character puts on a snorkel
>Can now breath indefinitely underwater at any depth
Yeahyeah I understand that, but how do you see cartoons brushing over the differences?
I just want an example.
Is it lingo, clothes, values that bothers you? That just means a cartoonist/writer is referencing what they've lived through.
>"bloopers" play during the credits of an animated movie
When I watch something like SU or GF it just feels like they could have set it in another period with little issue. Is it really that hard to be in touch with kids? Many of the writers are pretty young
So what you're saying is you want to see cartoons set in different time periods?!
OH. That makes a lot more sense, then.
It happened in Doctor Who, there was going to be a companion from Victorian age but they killed her and reset the character to be from modern day. That's where I stopped DW.
I thought you meant cartoons were trying to set in the 80s or 90s, but broke from that by showing smartphones/youtube.
when characters never get shipped until later episodes.
when shows use a 101 Jokes book for a scrpt
when cartoon characters where the same outfit every episode.
when we're not sure if one year has passed throughout a show or ten (looking at you Regular Show)
>This plan's so crazy it just might work
Well, I'm not sure what you're talking about. GF is set in a small town and the twins had their tech taken away.
Steven Universe has both many occurences of human tech and gem tech. There's nothing un-modern about it.
>Main character gets his ass thoroughly shit on by villain.
>A couple hours or so pass
>They come into conflict again.
>Now hero is kicking his ass.
>"How can you be so much stronger."
>"Because I HAVE to defeat you!"
Penny acts perfectly normal, and the girl with the blonde hair is just sassy
GF feels like it's set in the 80s. It's a very 80s series.
SU feels like the writers really dig the 90s and mid 2000s. Lars is a very 2010s kid though
>GF is 80s
>SU is 90s
I guess I'm not familiar with the culture, but they both feel very modern to me. Ronaldo is also a very modern character who would very well be on this thread with us.