One of the most powerful instructors in a child's life today are the animated cartoon figures he watches on the television. I know my child has picked up many words, phrases and even attitudes from the cartoons he watches. While some so called... read more
Hey, in an animated world, you've really got to stand out to draw attention to yourself. So, let's hear it for the lovely ladies of the 'tooniverse as we take a gander at the most tantalizing two-dimensionals ever. "Boop-oop-a-doop. Boop!" She... read more
A top 10 list of cartoon characters will always be subjective. Cartoons today are not what they used to be and I fondly remember the characters of my childhood. read more
This HubMob is all about cartoons and animated characters. Come and read about old favourites and new cartoons, too.
There's something for every cartoon and animated character lover in this hub. read more
Everyone has a first favorite cartoon and for me it is Kimba the White Lion. I was 3 or 4 (I think) when I first saw this cartoon. I loved animals, all animals, but cats hold a special place in my heart. They always have and always will. Anyway,... read more
cartoons; family; humor; cartoons; bugs bunny; Like most kids of my generation, waiting for the test pattern to yield itself to real, moving pictures when the stations finally signed back on for the day was an exciting event. I know this dates me... read more
Since way back when, companies have been sponsoring cartoons, and cartoons have been sponsoring companies. Our favorite cartoon characters have been selling products to us since the early 1900's via... read more
We all remember Aladdin with all the magical and oriental stuff. Genie is one of those cartoon characters that you can't forget. It's a really dynamic character that was a real amusement during the movie. He's fun, powerful and can do anything! Who... read more
The Boondocks is an urban cartoon that appears on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. The Boondocks is about the Freeman family; boys Huey and Riley Freeman and their grandfather Robert Freeman. read more
Unlike the wars in Iraq and Afghanastan or the Vietnam or even the Korean War, World War II was an all out war in which the entire nation was mobilized and participated in one way or another. In addition to the 16.1 million men (many of whom were... read more
Top 7 Things Women Have In Common With Walt Disney Princesses.
Every Women Could Be A Disney Princess. Just because you do not live in a castle and married to Prince Charming, does not mean you cannot relate to a Disney Princess.
Need a laugh or a smile? Read on and see how cartoon jokes humor can brighten your day. read more
An avatar represents the person or the company in any website or blog. Psychology of those surfing online is such that a picture paints a thousand words,a character engages a viewer for a longer time and a speaking avatar implores you to take... read more
Walt Disney comics and Marvel Comics have been popular among children and the child at heart. Watching these on celluloid made the characters come alive and take on a personality all their own. Superheroes are looked up to by all particularly... read more
Born in 1952, I am from that generation that were the first to become television addicts. Our television, with the tiny screen, was installed in our home midst much excitement, and cartoons appeared read more
There are five cartoons that I do not let my children watch. These cartoons have no educational value and in most cases are a bit graphic in nature. The five cartoons are Ed Edd n Eddy, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Chowder, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack and Family Guy. There are so many other cartoons that my children can watch instead. read more
My early years 5 to about 12
My First memories of cartoons were from about five years old.
The very first character I can recall was Mickey mouse. His wife Minnie with her Polka dot bows. They were a strange family with Goofy and Horace ... read more
http://hubpages.com/hub/One-piece-anime One piece. The straw hat pirates!
News about the new lost episodes of "Ren and Stimpy" geared exclusively for adults read more
Ever since the origination
of the cartoon characters they have become the idols of the girls around
the world. These female cartoon characters have also attracted most
of the guys worldwide and they have a liking for such cartoons. Most
of the... read more
Here is a brief synopsis of the upcoming Smurfs movie and some thoughts on why I loved the 1980s cartoon. read more
The Squidbillies is an animated television show featured on cartoon networks “Adult Swim“ block of programming. The show was created by one of the original writers for Aqua Teen hunger Force and features a number of stylistic similarities to the... read more
Walt Disney makes amazing animation movies. Here is the top ten list of Classic Walt Disney Animation Movies read more
Long before Indiana Jones walked into my life with his fedora and his whip, long before Harry Potter burst across the skies on his Nimbus 2000 chasing the snitch, there was a boy who took me away from the dreary backstreets of Madras on his globetrotting adventures. His name is Tintin. And he is set to take over the world all over again. read more
Disney villains have given us some of the greatest thrills and funniest moments in movie history. It is fortunate for the world of Disney heroes, that most of the villains they must face are cast in the mold of Jafar and his ilk. I am sure though, that should a greater evil arise - and given that great villains are such fun to write, I am sure Disney's story gurus will accommodate us - a hero will arise who will prove equal to their challenge. read more
Sometimes an attorney just has more fun drawing crocodiles and zebras. read more
The 1990's was the golden age of cartoons and I remember looking forward to watching them on a Saturday morning or during the weekdays after school. They were dynamic and entertaining with a blend of humor and satire. Every once in a while I like to... read more
Posting the link this way since I already started this hub before the weekly topic was announced. Thanks!
http://hubpages.com/hub/RetroFamilyMovi … atedMovies
Walt Disney cartoons types perhaps.. since they instill good values and the same time the setting is child-friendly...
As we travel back in time for sure we are going to reminisce
the past and perhaps miss our childhood days. These were the very days where our
imagination is so vivid, vibrant and dynamic. Imagining and dreaming seemed to
be whipped up with less... read more
Cartoonist Bill Mauldin was something of an icon during World War 2. His cartoons were irreverent but loved by the GI's. He even had a run in with a general. read more
The Simpsons Television Show is about an animated fun loving family that has been on since 1990. read more
Latest news about the Thundercats returning to TV read more
This popular cartoonist of the 1940's published two very popular comic strips. both strips had somewhat military themes. read more
From math to science to learning to read, many animated tv shows enhance a child's learning. Here is a list of fantastic shows that will keep your child learning the entire time. read more
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