Top 10 Diverse Television Series to start watching on International Animation Day [Linwood’s Picks]

It’s the 28th of October, and that means today is ‘International Animation Day’! Here at GameCargo, we will be highlighting our founder Linwood Storm’s diverse picks for television series that showcase his creatively nostalgic influences and shows that he’s held in high esteem since their broadcast based on pushing the boundaries of imagination with the evolution of technology in the industry. Make sure you comment below with your very own personal list and “Keep it Real”!

ToonHeads is an American animation anthology series consisting of Hanna-Barbera, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Warner Bros. and Popeye cartoon shorts, with interesting background information and trivia, prominently about animators and voice actors like: Mel Blanc, Tex Avery, Hugh Harman, Rudy Ising, David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng, Chuck JonesWilliam HannaJoseph Barbera, and Daws Butler. The program was narrated by Leslie Fram and Don Kennedy. Every half-hour episode would have a different theme, including one series of episodes in 1996 featuring the long-unseen Nudnik shorts.”
“A collection of animated short stories that span various genres including science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy.”
“A parody of past religious-geared animated shows starring Orel, an optimistic God-fearing young boy in a world of cynicism.”
“A Japanese businessman, captured by modern-day pirates, is written off and left for dead by his company. Tired of the corporate life, he opts to stick with the mercenaries that kidnapped him, becoming part of their gang.”
“10-year-old Ikki Tenrio has always dreamed about becoming a top-ranked medafighter, and now that he has his own medabot he can finally pursue his dream.”
“The series follows the adventures of a group of five 10-year-old children who operate from a high-tech tree house, fighting against adult and teen villains with advanced 2×4 technology. Using their codenames (Numbuhs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5), they are Sector V, part of a global organization called the Kids Next Door.”
“A continuation of the Justice League animated series finds the original members of the team joined in their battle against crime and evil by dozens of other heroes from the DC comics universe.”
“Set in the fictional town of Tremorton, the series follows the adventures of a robot girl named XJ-9, or Jenny, as she prefers to be called, who attempts to juggle her duties of protecting Earth while trying to live a normal human life as a teenager.”
“The series centers on an extraterrestrial named Zim (voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz), from the planet Irk, and his mission to conquer Earth and enslave the human race along with his malfunctioning robot servant GIR.”