The truth is that, despite my opinion, it is a whole mass phenomenon (in the world geek, of course) and what HBO Max has all 5 seasons. You are already taking time if you are one of the many fans of it.
6. Robot Chicken, the classic from Adult Swim
Robot Chicken is everything an animation classic in stop-motion created by Seth Green. Already a veteran, on HBO Max you have 11 seasons with multiple episodes each, about 10 minutes long, so you can gorge yourself without much conscience.
Hooligan references of all kinds to popular culture and celebrity (some quite out of date, really), with a touch not suitable for children.
5. Spawn, Todd McFarlane’s legendary superhero
If you are a fan of superheroes, but want an adult approach, animation series Spawn is what you are looking for. Have 3 seasons on HBO Max, with episodes of a little less than half an hour in duration.
Todd McFarlane created a superhero, a word that I just invented, in a context where heaven and hell wage war, whose prize is human souls. The series is already somewhat old, from the late 90s, but it is much better than you may think at first glance.
4. Running Stories, from Cartoon Network
Current stories it’s a bit like SpongeBob, that series purportedly for children that adults enjoy much more. With an eighties tone, which will delight those of us who never grew up, Mordecai, a blue jay, and Rigby, a raccoon, try to get away from everything, work as little as possible and dedicate themselves to lazing and playing.
Although it looks like a reality from the editorial staff of El Output, they always end up in bizarre, fantastic and science fiction stories.
3. Spicy City, animation for adults only
Contrary to the previous one, Spicy City It is only for people over 18 years old. Miniseries of 6 episodes, places us in a strange retro-futuristic world, where violence and sex are the norm of the episodes.
Frankly curious and not recommended to see with your children or nephews.
2. Blade Runner, The Black Lotus
The computer animation, themed cyberpunk, has its candidate in this series based on the world of Blade runner.
In it, a young woman who has lost her memory, but has spectacular fighting skills, tries to discover who she is, a bit Jason Bourne style. One season, 8 episodes and 20 minutes per chapter. Curious
1. Animals, the life of the animals of New York
Perhaps the most intriguing option of all. Animals is an adult animation series from HBO portraying the lives of different animals in New York, but with an interesting twist.
Pigeons that question life and broken-hearted mice serve to reflect on the most important questions that we all ask ourselves. From the same animation studio as the movie AnomalyIt is without a doubt the most gourmet gem. Precisely for this reason, it will not be to everyone’s taste.
As you can see, there is no shortage of adult animation series on HBO Max. So now you know, pop the popcorn and binge, while everyone around you thinks (rightly) that you will never grow up.