Poll Position: Greatest Animated Super TV Show Of All Time

As we covered Live Action Superhero TV Shows last week, this week we're looking at the best animation that superhero TV has to offer. As always, I've given you 10 to start off with and you can add any you think I've missed. As with last week, if you can put the dates the series started and ended with your suggestions (and unlike last week you don't have to vote Flash).

Oh and don't put two series in the same suggestion. I know you can't go back and put another suggestion in after you've clicked ok to cast you vote, but putting all of your suggestions into the Other box all at once just means you're putting them as the same thing for people to vote for, so just wait until the next day to add the second series or do it from another computer. It's not something I can do anything about and if I add them separately myself, it just means you've lost your vote for those shows, because I'll have added them as new suggestions rather than as an audience voted suggestion.

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And I'll be very disappointed in you all if Powerpuff Girls doesn't make it into the top 10. That show was the best.

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4 Responses to Poll Position: Greatest Animated Super TV Show Of All Time

  1. William Peterson says:

    There’s exactly one series in this list that I think is clearly and obviously the best…
    {You may, of course, disagree… everyone has the right ot be wrong!} 😉
    But how many of these have Luke Skywalker portraying the Villain, and the former star of “The FBI” as the gentleman’s gentleman? {Don’t want to give TOO much away, like by mentioning the GCPD Airships…} 😀

  2. JR19759 says:

    @William Peterson- I don’t believe many people disagree with you here, especially looking at how the voting is going.

  3. The Atomic Punk says:

    I feel bad for today’s kids growing up without Saturday morning cartoons.

  4. Steve M says:

    How can you not include Spider-Man from 1966? With all those villains and that classic music (the theme and everything between the credits), this list is really missing the best series.