When it comes to one of the most popular platforms where you can watch your favorite anime, Crunchyroll is one of the best sites recommended by many. In fact, it isn't really surprising to hear that it has over 25,000 episodes and 15,000 hours of the latest and greatest anime series. And you heard it right, it does actually come with a large collection of anime, manga, and dorama. Since this is known for being a go-to source for anime-related content, its site is also designed with a system that will help you discover new anime series to make sure that you're updated with the latest releases. And the best thing about this platform? While many giant anime streaming sites let you enjoy most of its content by availing their monthly subscription, Crunchyroll is quite different in a way that it lets you enjoy a lot of its content for free. But just in case you want to have access to everything it offers in its catalog, and you want to enjoy streaming without any ads, you can also try its premium plan since it comes with a free trial.
Did you know that the longest-running Cartoon Network original is Ed, Edd n Eddy, which ran for almost 10 years? Another interesting to note is that the cartoon, undoubtedly famous during its running time, was made as a dare by series creator Danny Antonucci while designing a commercial. The show, in part, was modeled to resemble classic cartoons, particularly those prominent during the years between 1940 and 1970. The show ultimately grew popular, attracting audiences in a total of roughly 31 million households in 120 countries and also became one of the most top-rated series on the network following its premiere.
The influence of cartoons have been widespread, as evidenced by its usage during the past few years up to now in television, newspapers, and even propaganda material. During the past, cartoon series have mostly been aimed towards younger audiences, with the occasional joke that only an adult can pick up on, possibly as a way to keep parents entertained while watching over their children. Although presently, more and more cartoons aimed towards adults are being made, with a focus on social and political issues, as well as humor that spans from vaguely unsettling to downright offensive, all available on television and/or the internet.
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