Adventure Time is a cartoon about Jake the dog and Finn the human, Two guys who go on adventures all the time. Finn is tough human with a sense of justice and Jake is a laid-back dog with magical stretchy powers. There is also Princess bubblegum of the candy kingdom, the princess-stealing Ice King, various others. Most episodes are about Finn and Jake going on adventures and stuff, but there are episodes about other characters and there is a loose main storyline. The cool thing is that show has its own well-built universe with lots of backstory and other things. Most of the episodes are pretty funny but some are kind of dark and serious, especially ones with The Lich.
I rate this 4.5 out of 5 stars. By Nick Starceski
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Gravity falls is a cartoon about 12-year old Twins Dipper and Mabel who are sent to their Great Uncle(The call him Gruncle) Stan's tourist trap The Mystery Shack, located in a weird Organ town Gravity Falls. Dipper is the logical one while his sister Mabel is the crazy but likable one. The story begins when Dipper suspects things are what they seem and find a mysterious book in forest. The book tells Dipper that a lot of paranormal things are happening in Gravity Falls. This leads Dipper and Mabel into bunch of adventures. While the Main storyline is my favorite part the humor in this show is funny as well. I give this show 4.5 out 5 stars. By Nick Starceski
The Amazing World of Gumball is a cartoon about brothers Gumball, Darwin and the rest of their family as they have crazy adventures in the world of Elmore. Gumball is blue cat who finds himself in mischief, but is very likable . Darwin was his pet goldfish, but then he grew legs and became his brother. They also have their genius sister Anais, their obese idiot father Richard, and their overworked mom Nicole. This show has many laugh out loud moments and is very funny( my favorite episode is The Sweaters). My only complaint is that in some early episodes Gumball gets made fun of a lot. I give this 4.5 out of 5 stars. By Nick Starceski