Everyone loves superheroes! Not everyone knows which TV shows to watch though. Why not watch these cartoons! My list will help you decide what to watch next! Marvel AND DC! Some of these shows might not be very recent but they still have good definition! If you don't know where to watch these, just comment and I'll tell you where I watch them!
- Ultimate Spider-Man
One of the recent cartoons of Marvel! This TV show has Spider-Man voiced by Drake Bell! Ultimate Spider-Man shows Peter Parker with all of his attitude and quips. Prepare for that sass! Spider-Man was recruited by Director Fury, of S.H.I.E.L.D., allowing him to lead his team of Nova, White Tiger, Iron Fist, and Power Man. Still not convinced to watch this show? We get to see the stuff going through Peter Parker's head! Lets just say, there's going to be some chaos!
- Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
I know this isn't really recent, going on air in 2010. This animated series shows how the Avengers came to be! It includes the Avengers we come to know (and love) along with Black Panther, Ant-Man and Wasp (Black Widow isn't exactly a member in this). Those three were Avengers too! Follow them in their suspenseful journey and their battle with aliens! Who else would protect the world if they don't?
- Avengers Assemble
Avengers Assemble is cartoon that I believe to have continued from Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. This animated series is more recent, airing in 2013. The Avengers reunite after breaking up, after Captain America's battle with Red Skull, where he apparently "incinerated." I can't say much if I don't wanna spoil anything. Before Cap' Fans start throwing tantrums, just watch the show!
Hulk and the Agents of SMASH
This animated series shows Hulk's more gentle side. Don't forget his best bud, Rick Jones (AKA A-Bomb)! Hulk teams up with She-Hulk, Red Hulk, and A-Bomb to try and show people that Hulk is not a Monster but a hero! They try to accomplish this through Rick's reality show! Their team is followed around constantly by Rick's cameras as they go through wild adventures!
- X-Men Evolution
This show began in 2000! X-Men Evolution goes through how the original X-Men added other mutants to their small group. They try to be as normal as they could to hide their mutant abilities from the harsh and judgmental world. They attend public school (run by a suspicious principle) by day and a school for mutants by night! Watch how crazy their lives are with mutant powers and fights with the Brotherhood, Oh! Don't forget Magneto too!
- Young Justice
Young Justice is about a group of "sidekicks" coming together and forming a team. They had formed a team because they believe that the Justice League wasn't treating them as equals. This show is no longer on TV but you could still watch it on cartoon or anime sites. Netflix has this show on it until 3-30-15. Watch as teen heroes try to juggle regular lives and missions. This came out in 2011.
- Teen Titans
Teen Titans is another show with teen heroes. Except, this time they have nothing to do with the Justice League. This group is formed of Raven, Star Fire, Cyborg, Beast Boy, and their leader, Robin. The first episode doesn't show how they formed but you could look for the episode "Go!" if you want to know how it all started! This show has their serious times but no matter how serious it looks, don't let it fool you into thinking there isn't anything humorous in it!
- Justice League
Justice League is an animated series on.... well, the Justice League. If you haven't heard of them, they are a group of heroes who decided to come together to do things they can't do alone. Can you believe that even the lone vigilante, Batman, is in it? So is Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Hawkgirl, and Martian Manhunter! That's not even all the League members! Justice League: Saving Earth from World-Wide threats. This show started to air in 2001!
- Justice League Unlimited
This animated series is what I believe to be a continuation for the Justice League. Join them as they expand, getting new members like Supergirl, Booster Gold, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, and many more! Justice League Unlimited is an amazing show where the "Founding members" (The original members) and the newly expanded Justice League deal with a different crisis in every episode! Since there are so many members, practically all the episodes surround different groups of Justice League members. 2004 is when it aired.
- The Batman
The Batman, a show that aired on 2004. Bruce Wayne, in this series, is best buds with a cop, Ethan Bennett, who is told by his boss to capture Batman. Batman is a vigilante who had been only Batman for about 3 years, he is supposedly 26 in the first season. Batman fights crime alone until Season 3, where Barbara Gordon becomes Batgirl and in Season 4, Richard "Dick" Grayson becomes Robin, after finding out his foster father is Batman. Season 4 came out after the Teen Titans animated series came to an end. This show doesn't have too much humor, mostly falling into the suspenseful or adventurous section; the plot makes up for it though, along with the theme songs and the song at the credits!