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It'd be a novel concept, if not for the long history of animated films made exclusively for adults, going all the way back to old pornographic animation of the '20s.
It wasn't until the '70s, however, that animated feature films for adults got their place at the table.
Since then, while still relatively rare, there have been numerous great examples of what can be done when cartoons are aimed at people over the age of 18., his 1972 feature film debut, was a subversive, crude success.
Based on the character created by Robert Crumb, and standing in stark contrast to Disney-dominated world of animation, both visually and content-wise, laid claim to the untapped potential of having an anthropomorphic cat explore free love, drugs, and radical politics.
While it doesn't completely hold up, it's a great example of the melding of '70s exploitation filmmaking with the open possibilities provided by animation., about humans living on a planet of giants who consider them animals, is one of the great science fiction films of all time—made all the better by its distinctive visual style, created with stop-motion cutout animation. Sure, you can show it to a child…if you want to scar them for life.
Themes of genocide and racism are handled with surreal aplomb, and the film as been enthralling cult (see: drug-fuelled) audiences for decades now. Though it's an adventure story about animals and doesn't feature any "objectionable" content, is an adult film through and through.