Too many to name.. Man just thinking about it brings me back to my childhood of hong kong fooey, teenage mutant ninja turtles, batman, underdog.... Man time flies doesn't it? The ones I named were my absolute favorites. When I got a little older, I liked doug.
Pepe LePew - this was one horney skunk with a bit of an ego problem.. I swear, this deranged beast would screw a monkey if it had the opportunity. Besides that, he's French. That should say enough right there...
I would dream about him getting blown up by Wile E. Coyote in one of his psychopathic schemes. Still, as a kid, I always liked his style - to be able to walk up to any chick and whip out a few smooth lines.. I learned quickly that it simply wasn't that easy.
All the punchlines lead to Daffy. My favorite one is where he is supposed to be Robin Hood. And, he keeps trying to rob someone on a horse and keeps hurting himself, trying to prove that he's Robin Hood.
He ties himself to a rope to swing down and rob the guy on the horse, and swings down and hits every tree along the way, so he gets mad and cuts them all down and tries again. He misses all the trees and smashes face first into a rock. LOL!
But, obviously the best one is Rabbit Season. He keeps getting his beak shot off. Halrious. But, apparently too violent for todays audiences. More than likely too much comp for todays retarded cartoons.
In no particular order: Fleischer Superman Popeye (up until the annoyingly saccarin more recent cartoons of the late 80's - early 90's) Mighty Mouse Underdog (and the accompanying characters associated with) Batman (all cartoon incarnations) Space Ghost Dave the Barbarian Rocky and Bullwinkle (and all cartoons associated with) 60's Spider-Man The Marvel Super Heroes (again fom the 60's) Loony Toons (excluding the "Baby Loony Toons")
The jury is still out on the recent animation forays.
Also, I'm not doing anime as that is more of a different genre in animation than the fare we older farts are accustomed to (ie the Saturday morning lost of sugary ceral in our jim jams sitting in front of the telly)
Tell me what is your favorite cartoon series, episode, or short (no animated films, but shows based on them are OK) that you can readily relate to something in real life. There's no limit to your answer! *spoiler...