So, who's your favorite cartoon character?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Novenotes : One Thread
Bugs Bunny? Dangermouse? The Care Bears? Tell us!--Al
-- Al Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 17, 1999
I really liked Dangermouse, personally, and Bugs Bunny was my role model. You're right about Dexter--he and the Power Puff Girls I find the most entertaining of the new Cartoon Network Stuff--although I do have a soft spot for I Am Wesel! (I hate Ren and Stimpy, though, and I'm bored with Cow and Chicken.)--Al
-- Al Schroeder (email@example.com), October 20, 1999.
Woody Woodpecker would be a strong contender. The name alone is enough to make me smile. :)
-- Magnus Itland (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 18, 1999.
Dexter. From Dexter's Laboratory. Best genius kid on TV.
-- Marianne Aldrich (email@example.com), October 19, 1999.
Jerome "Chef" McElroy. (of South Park fame) He's got the best singing voice of any cartoon character still working today. It's almost got a Barry White quality to it...
-- Kev Summitt (Kevsummitt@aol.com), October 20, 1999.
i go pogo . . . walt kelly's swamp critter who could be read on about 4 different levels.....the humorous slant and the excellent drawing. one phrase i remember, i think it was pogo who said, "we have met the enemy, and he is us." what a marvelous display of walt's understanding of human nature.
-- ici jongleur (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 05, 2000.
I'd say Franklin the Turtle, because he is kind, cute, sweet, and smart. I don't really like his friends, though...(lol).
-- Misty (Cankergirl43221@swbell.net), December 11, 2001.
one cartoon sticks in my mind more than any one, & it's not that big of a deal, but then again, it's the ones that are so simple that make it a part of ones life.
Pogo looking (from out side), into a cave, (where it's pitch black inside), and the only thing Pogo could see inside was a couple of eye looking back at him.
(Pogo did not know that it was an owl.)
so Pogo spoke up and asked, the only thing he could see, (eye's),...........> "Who Dat"
and from inside the cave came the sound,........> "Who"
Pogo then spoke up and said, "Who Dat say who, when I say who dat first"????? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Wish I still had that strip. would you happen to know where I could get a copy of that one??
-- Wayne Jay (WayneJay@attbi.com), March 31, 2002.
Calvin & Hobbes
-- Troy Worman (email@example.com), December 06, 2002.