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Top 10 Best Cartoon Network Shows!
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10. CHOWDER
Adventurous, multi-faceted, and a little bit crazy: C.H. Greenblatt's show about the shenanigan-prone employees at a catering company was unlike any other show on TV before or since. The coolest thing about Chowder was how it mixed together different styles: 2-D animation, stop-motion, even puppetry. —Darren Franich

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9. THE GRIM ADVENTURES OF BILLY AND MANDY
Manic, and dumb like a fox: The character combination of an idiot, an evil genius, and a Jamaican-accented Death — all of whom seem to be just barely tolerating each other — was pretty much perfect. —Keith Staskiewicz

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8. STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS
Having matured with every season since its inauspicious 2008 pilot movie, The Clone Wars has become a cinematic actioner as enjoyable for adult fans as its target youngling audience. Drawing from the vast Expanded Universe of George Lucas' space opera, the series invariably inspires the same response from legions of disaffected Star Wars geeks: ''Why couldn't the prequels have been this good?'' —Christian Blauvelt

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7. REGULAR SHOW
While it's got its fair share of talking animals — and gumball machines, yetis, and gentlemanly lollipop people — Regular Show is one of the rare cartoons that is actually about lazy aimless twentysomethings and not just frequently watched by them. —KS

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6. FOSTER'S HOME FOR IMAGINARY FRIENDS
Much of the fun of Foster's comes from its catchy magical-realist setting: An orphanage built for Imaginary Friends whose children have outgrown them. But Foster's real pleasure comes from how effectively it balanced an outrageous goofball sensibility with characters you genuinely learned to care about. —DF

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5. COURAGE THE COWARDLY DOG
Overcoming formula with a thick atmosphere of creepy surrealness, as well as some genuinely menacing villains, the show was one-of-a-kind, and so was its ever-tremulous (and yet, in the end, aptly named) titular character. —KS

 

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4. DEXTER'S LABORATORY
A big hit for the network when it first debuted in the mid-'90s, Genndy Tartakovsky's first series was both hilarious and accessible, as well as smart: Thanks to Dexter's Lab, an entire generation can now incorrectly order a cheese omelet in French. —KS

 

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3. SAMURAI JACK
 Cartoon Network doesn't really have a house style, but most of its shows veer toward manic candy-colored eccentricity — that magic medium point when a sugar rush suddenly becomes an acid trip. And then there's Samurai Jack, which took a fantastical concept (time-tossed samurai) and gave it a stark cinematic style. Heavily influenced by Kurosawa movies and anime, Jack remains an utterly unique action series — and it is Genndy Tartakovsky's masterpiece. —DF

2. ADVENTURE TIME
 Did someone mention ''manic candy-colored eccentricity''? Cartoon Network's current standard-bearer has a wealth of influences — fantasy epics, video games, dance music, Calvin & Hobbes — but after four seasons, Pendleton Ward's relentlessly fascinating series about a boy and his magical dog has established a completely new mythos. And the show doubles as a genuine coming-of-age story: Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada) is slowly growing up, and the show's portrayal of the messy emotions of adolescence adds layers of pathos to its fantastical cartoon world. —DF

 

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1. THE POWERPUFF GIRLS
 Mixing together action, comedy, pop culture, girl power, and a little bit of Chemical X, The Powerpuff Girls had something for everyone. Perhaps the most iconic of Cartoon Network's series, it was also tremendous fun and possibly the height of the channel's early UPA-inspired aesthetic. —KS

 

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