Johnny Bravo Predicts 9-11 11 Shocking Messages Hidden In Your Childhood Cartoons

Illuminati in South Park

Here’s one of the most controversial and incredible shows, which introduced a whole new level of comedy to the world. South Park was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who brought their unique style into animation. The show is centered around four boys: Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny. Coarse language, bizarre scenes, unbelievable sense of creativity and imagination brought the series to the top of the Comedy Central feature list. The creators are putting stuff into South Park intentionally to mock with Religion, celebrities, governments, presidents… You name it. In one particular scene the Illuminati symbol was inserted without connotation to the episode script.

Illuminati in South Park

Three Little Pigs and The Bizarre Portrait

One of the first cartoons ever by Disney, The Three Little Pigs was the first fairytale ever brought to (animated) life. It aired in 1932, and it became one of the most successful animations in history and a pioneer in the fairytale animation. The audience responded great, and the industry was formed on classic fairy tales, bringing hundreds of projects into life.

Three Little Pigs and The Bizarre Portrait

A Questionable Cloud of Dust in Lion King

We’ve all seen the Disney’s classic and enjoyed it. The Lion King was a big hit, but there are some hidden messages that you might oversee, even though they definitely exist. One among them which was really obvious was the scene when Simba goes to the cliff and flops to the ground throwing up a cloud of dust. It might seem innocent, but when you look closely at the dust, three letters are forming for one second. The word is pretty naughty.

A Questionable Cloud of Dust in Lion King

Unexpected Guests in Disney Animations

Disney animators are known as funny guys. There are dozens of examples within Disney universe, where characters from one movie appear in a multitude of others, but hidden from the untrained eye. This trend is noticed in Pixar Animations movies the most. Recent animation movies like Frozen, Lilo & Stich, Finding Nemo, Brave, Monsters Inc., Ratatouille and Up all have some “guest appearances” from the other cartoons. And while speaking of the humor between animators of Pixar and Disney, the next one will be interesting.

Unexpected Guests in Disney Animations

A Secret, Hidden Code in Every Disney Movie?

There are definitely hidden messages in many cartoons out there. But the code that appears in every movie from Disney? That might sound more than strange. That might sound creepy. The animators are hiding a small code in every movie made in recent decades. The code is inserted carefully into literally EVERY movie, you just have to find it. It’s quite shocking when you start finding it in all of your childhood cartoons.

 A Secret, Hidden Code in Every Disney Movie?

Johnny Bravo Predicts 9-11

The all-around tough guy from Cartoon Network, who was all about getting ladies to date him (created by Van Partible), had a significant success in the period of airing, the 90s to 2000s. The humor was adult-oriented, and Johnny Bravo became a favorite character of many. The series aired for four seasons and earned some big nominations, but no awards.

Johnny Bravo Predicts 9-11