It is safe to say that we live in times where there seems to be no shortage of good animated television shows. And by good, we’re not downplaying the collective creative wholesomeness and the spectacular outcome of it all. To anybody who has grown up watching shows spanning across different network providers and channels, a well balanced animated television show trumps over any reality television show.

The unrestricted creative genius and malleable storylines, which all piece into a great picture held together finely by the frame of time, ends up aging well, and in the process, becoming a timeless masterpiece that is passed on from one generation to another.

A good measure of shows these days fall into that criteria, although there are hundreds of new shows coming out every other month. Our notable mention for the day is one such show that stands proudly amidst giants such as "Rick and Morty," "Bob’s Burgers," "Adventure Time," and the likes. We speak of the stallion with a golden heart and a past that he’s trying to fix. “Bojack Horseman”, ladies and gents.

Horsin' around

Bojack Horseman”, unlike a lot of other shows of its ilk, isn’t the same at all. Catering primarily to a post-teen and adult audience, the show is about a has-been horse named Bojack and the happenings of his life, and the ones who walk in and out of it. It pays close attention to how individuals from different walks of life and personalities deal with life and its countless adversities.

Setting a splendid example on how to deal with life in general, the way it is today, which, for the most part, is an extensive sh*t-show, “Bojack Horseman” doesn’t horse around in properly showcasing how one isn’t supposed to go about living their lives. A splendid pastime turned discreet life-lesson giver, this show has gathered audiences all across of the world who have paid tribute to it with their cosplays, some of which we have showcased below.

Counting it down to stardom


Here’s the most accurate representation of Bojack (voiced by Will Arnett). In his absolute element. Gearing up for his role as the Secretariat.


Every self-destructive protagonist with a disturbing childhood and horrid past requires one soul they can count on.

That is where Todd Chavez (voiced by Aaron Paul) comes in with his selfless, incredibly sweet nature.


Nailing the Sarah Lynn (voiced by Kristen Schaal) cosplay here. Sarah isn’t just a co-actor and colleague of Bojack. She, with her equally disturbing childhood and past, looks up to Bojack as a mentor and a friend she can rely on. Bojack doesn’t let her down.


Diane Nguyen (voiced by Alison Brie) shapes up to be one of the most important characters of the show. Diane, not only gets romantically involved with Bojack, but also grows to let that take a back seat while being good friends with him, given her past as the one who enters his life wanting to write a book on him.


Mr. Peanutbutter (voiced by Paul Tompkins), with the best cosplayer on the list, is a dynamic character in the show. He is Bojack’s good friend and the husband of Diane.


Princess Carolyn (voiced by Amy Sedaris) is Bojack’s longtime love interest and ex-girlfriend. She is a successful and enterprising woman who is fierce and loves being adored. She is also Bojack’s agent.


Here’s Bojack and Princess Carolyn, with her love interest, Vincent Adultman (voiced by Alison Brie).

Vincent is a child who poses as an adult and grows to be one of the most loved and adored characters by the collective audience.


Here’s Bojack, Todd, and PC, and none other than One of Bojack’s intimate love interests, Wanda Pierce (voiced by Lisa Kudrow). Wanda, unlike other women Bojack casually engages himself with, is a keeper and someone who Bojack fell for deeply.


We couldn’t help but include this accurate image of Bojack and Mr. Peanutbutter having a good time.


Last but not least, here we have Katy Perry pulling off a Princess Carolyn. Or is it the other way round? They both look equally stunning.