Top 10 Most Adult Superhero Cartoons
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The most adult superhero cartoons can be found here. For this list, we’ll be looking at animated films and series that are not intended for young audiences, that instead take the medium into darker, more adult-oriented directions. As such, kid-friendly series like Batman: The Animated Series will not be considered, despite being notably mature. We’ll be ranking the list first and foremost on the adult nature of the content, while also taking overall quality into consideration. Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Most Adult Superhero Cartoons.

List Rank and Entries:
10. “Avengers Confidential Black Widow & Punisher” (2014)
9. “Stripperella” (200304)
8. “Batman Under the Red Hood” (2010)
7. “The Death of Superman” (2018)
6. “Hellboy Blood and Iron” (2007)
5. “Batman Year One” (2011)
4. “Suicide Squad Hell To Pay” (2018)
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  1. this video only get to show that Warner Bros and DC should just get the people behinde the DC Animated films in a room and get them to write and Produce the Live action films. Clearly they have a better understanding than the people in charge.

  2. Is there anyone else who would like to see Madhouse do a Batman TV series, because if they were where I feel like they’d be able to get the art style, colors, overall tone, character designs, and so many more reasons. Plus if they were able to make or ever get to make a Batman tv series they’d make the stories dark, base them more off of the comics by telling all the correct stories (All Star Batman & Robin, the Boy Wonder, Hush, and so many more) and other reasons. I can go on and on why I want Madhouse to make a Batman animated TV series (from Batman’s origins all the way to now).

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