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Cartoon Characters

Cartoon characters are personas from cartoons, which are animated moving sequences .
91. Ren and Stimpy
Ren Hoek and Stimpson J Stimpy Cat pushed the boundaries of ridiculous cartoon violence in ways that two decades later seem quaint.
92. Phineas Flynn
Hey Ferb, I know what were going to do today, Phineas says each show before launching into his latest ambitious plan to pass the summer days, whether its building a giant tree house that transforms into a giant robot or filming a movie or creating a time machine. And even though the stepbrothers grand plans escape the attention of their parents and drive Candace nuts, Phineas remains completely guileless. Hard to believe this is on the Disney Channel.
93. Bobby Hill
Hank might think his boy aint right, but hes just fine by us. We like his self-confidence that doesnt depend on innate talent or beauty. Hes comfortable in his own skin, and that often makes his daddy uncomfortable.
94. Pinky and The Brain
Plenty of cartoon characters have had ambitions for world domination, but no one else just wanted to be a benevolent dictator like The Brain.
95. Dr Doofenshmirtz
Dr Doofenshmirtz may be one of the newest entries on this list, but the evil scientist from Phinneas and Ferb has quickly made a big impression with his attempts to wreak havoc upon the tri-state area. We love his back-story monologues about his childhood in Gimelschtump, Druselstien. We love his ridiculously named devices (the the Ugly-Inator, the Age-Acclerator-Inator) and that his nemesis is a platypus. The subtleties of the relationship are pitch-perfect. When Perry busts in on Doofenshmirtz when his blind date is about to arrive, Perry accomodates his rival by pretending to be his pet (She doesnt know I have a nemesis). And most of all, we love his songs.
96. Eric Cartman
Who else but Eric Cartman could inspire 10 parallels with Ambrose Bierces The Devils Dictionary This selfish, foul-mouthed, hippie-hating, cartoon brat is the antithesis of political correctness; an Archie Bunker for a new generation. Over the last decade, hes been the perfect vehicle for broaching taboos Americans are too terrified to engage in polite conversation.
97. Homer J Simpson
The first two seasons of The Simpsons were focused on Bart, but as it became Homer-centric, the show became something truly special. Hes the everyman at our laziest, hungriest, dumbest and drunkest. Yet thanks to good heart buried under all those doughnuts, hes also the hero that repeatedly saves the day or at least restores everything to a status quo which has endured for two decades and more than 450 episodes.
98. Doraemon
Doraemon is a cat-like robot from the 22nd century of the future. His favorite food is dorayaki, a sweet bean paste filled bun, and his birthday is 3-9-2112, he is also known by the name Ding-dang. He weighs 129.3 kg, is 129.3 cm tall, can leap 129.3 cm in the air and can run 129.3 km per hour. He is afraid of mice and hates rats; his ears were eaten off by rats. He has a fourth-dimensional pocket on his abdomen from which he can take out many amazing TOOLS. Doraemon was sent back to the 20th century because Nobitas grandson cant bear to see his grandfather suffer. So he sent Doraemon to help out with Nobitas troubles.
99. Totoro
I admit I never heard of him until I did my research. Created by Hiayo Myazaki, he was a national craze in Japan and is one of the most popular anime characters ever. My Neighbor Totoro helped cement Myazakis legacy as the first animation director to consistently top Disney at the Japanese box office. Im not an anime fan but Ill give it its props.

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