May 30, 2024
Favorite Cartoon Characters

Most Favorite Cartoon Characters Of All Time

Do you know most people love cartoon characters than actual people, and the reason behind it is, people find a better connection with a few cartoon characters than people in real life.

If you are also someone who loves cartoon characters then this post is for you. Here you are going to get all nostalgic feelings because we are going to discuss some of the most favorite cartoon characters of all time.

Maybe your favorite cartoon character will also be on this list.


Most Favorite Cartoon Characters of All Time

Let us have a look at some of the most favorite cartoon characters of all time, also if you find your favorite character in it, do let us know about it by sharing a comment.

1- Nigel Thornberry:

Nigel Thornberry

Nigel Thornberry is the leading man and one of the main characters of the Nickelodeon TV cartoon The Wild Thornberrys.

He was voiced by Tim Curry who is best known for mainly playing villains such as Pennywise from Steven King’s It, Dr. Frank-N-Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show Mr. Hector from Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, and his dad in the wild Thornberrys movie.

He is the husband of Marianne, the father of Eliza, Debbie & Donnie, and the owner of Darwin. He drives the nomadic vehicle the Comvee, and hosts his titular nature show “Nigel Thornberry’s Animal World.” His closest enemies are poachers, as they are a threat to the environment. He is a guest star in Rugrats Go Wild, in which Tommy Pickles idolizes him.

Nigel Thornberry later became one of the most recognizable and fun-loving characters ever, in addition to being a character on the TV show whose funny vocal noises and exaggerated facial features are employed in popular memes. The character name is also occasionally used as a slang term for “getting drunk.”

2- Bugs Bunny:

Bugs Bunny

Is there a more famous rabbit in the world? Bugs Bunny has been making people laugh with his catchphrase “What’s up, Doc?” since he made his debut in the 1940 Warner Brothers cartoon “Wild Hare.”

Whether he’s poking fun at stuffy highbrow culture in the 1957 classic “What’s Opera, Doc?” or outwitting a nasty knight in the Oscar-winning 1958 short “Knighty Knight, Bugs,” that rascally rabbit Bugs Bunny always gets the last laugh.

In addition to his own shorts, Bugs has made equally memorable cartoons with some of the other stars on this list.

3- Homer Simpson:

Homer Simpson

Homer Simpson and his family have been entertaining TV audiences since they made their debut on “The Tracey Ullman Show” in 1987.

Two years later, Homer and his family got their own show on Fox “The Simpsons,” which is still in production in 2018.

Just as Bugs Bunny has his catchphrase, Homer is known for his classic exclamation of frustration, “D’oh!” Homer Simpson is based on creator Matt Groening’s father, who is also named Homer. And if you look at Homer’s profile, a bit of his hair and his ear form the initials “MG.”

4- Mickey Mouse:

Mickey Mouse

As Walt Disney liked to say, it all began with a mouse. Mickey Mouse made his debut in 1928’s “Steamboat Willie,” voiced by Walt himself.

It wasn’t just Mickey’s debut; it was also the first cartoon with synchronised sound.

Although his most iconic role came as the sorcerer’s apprentice in the 1940 feature “Fantasia,” Mickey has appeared in a number of memorable shorts.

Standouts include the 1947 short “Mickey and the Beanstalk,” a clever take on the fairy tale classic, and the 1983 short “Mickey’s Christmas Carol,” the first original Mickey Mouse theatrical release since 1953.

5- Spongebob:


There is no doubting the fact that Spongebob made lots of headlines amongst Nickelodeon fans once it got released for the first time in 1999.

Even with the death of its creator (Stephen Hillenburg) in 2018, this popular cartoon character never stopped thrilling its fans all over the world. It didn’t only enjoy living in the Pacific Ocean but also embarked on various adventures with friends. His passion for cooking shouldn’t be overlooked.

6- Scooby-Doo:

Scooby-Doo is a famous cartoon character that was created back in 1969 and this character is associated with Hanna-Barbera, an American animation company.

The character is famous for his curiosity about solving supernatural mysteries and making people laugh with his crazy style. Scooby-Doo is a natural detective and has made people fantasise about solving mysteries more easily.

Scooby is so famous today that people who are in their mid-30s still watch it with their kids because of the unique character it plays.

7- Daffy Duck:

Daffy Duck

Daffy Duck is a famous cartoon character that was produced in the late 1930s by Warner Bros. The cartoon is associated with cartoon series like Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes.

The cartoon character was famous for the way he would hop around in the water and yell, Woo-hoo! Woo-hoo!.

Daffy Duck has always entertained people with his quirky ways of jumping into the water and making people laugh out. The message from this character was very clear and entertaining.

8- Tom Cat:

Tom Cat

Tom Cat needs no introduction as it’s the most furious and popular cartoon character of all time. It was created by Joseph Barbera and William Hanna in 1940.

Tom is associated with the Tom & Jerry cartoon series and it made people laugh with silly fights and chasing all over the series. Tom was very annoyed by Jerry and he wanted to make a meal for Jerry as that used to make people laugh.

However, the deep message Tom has given to the viewers was that whenever Jerry was in serious trouble apart from their silly fights, Tom used to save Jerry and would ignore him sarcastically. So, the message was to spread the love even if you are irritated with a person.


Want to get on a nostalgia trip and know more about your favorite cartoon characters? If yes, then this post has everything you need to know, as here we have discussed top 8 most favorite cartoon characters of all time.


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