Cartoon characters are in the midst of a renaissance.
Nowadays, they’re just as popular as cartoon shows and films.
And while we’ve had some great cartoon characters from the past, we haven’t seen the same level of creative output from the younger generation.
And now, thanks to some new innovations, it looks like the world is on the cusp of a new golden age for cartoon characters.
In fact, it’s already here, and it’s a lot of fun.
Today, we’ll take a look at the best animated cartoon characters of all time, including the first time we got to see some of the best cartoon characters ever.
The Greats, the Classic Animated Characters We’re still a long way from seeing the likes of Mr. Burns, Homer Simpson, the Toy Story gang, Mickey Mouse, the Incredible Hulk, the Powerpuff Girls, and even a few of the other classic cartoon characters on the air.
But in the meantime, there are a few characters that deserve to be among the best in all of television, and that’s a good thing.
Let’s take a quick look at a few classic animated characters and how we got here.
First, we’ve got the animated version of the Big Boss, a ruthless robot who was one of the first cartoon characters we saw.
He was the first one to take the title of the leader of the Red Skull, a group of super villains that led the Confederacy of Independent States during the Civil War.
It wasn’t until the 1960s, when he was created by Jack Kirby and Bob Kane, that we really got to know the character.
And his first appearance was in a 1964 episode of The Flintstones, which was a series that ran for two seasons.
In that episode, he was one half of the evil duo the Big Bad Wolf and the Black Wolf, and he eventually turned his back on the team.
A few years later, he would make a cameo appearance in the first season of The Simpsons, as well as a cameo in the fourth season of King of the Hill.
But by the time the second season rolled around, the character was pretty much completely out of the spotlight.
In the mid-1970s, Kirby and Kane would introduce a new character to the franchise, The King of Hearts, who became a central part of the Simpsons mythology.
In the mid-’80s, The Simpsons cartoon crew introduced a new group of cartoon characters to the show, called the Flanders Brothers.
Flanders was a furry-eared ape that was a friend of The King.
In his early years, Flanders had an extensive collection of toys and toys of his own, which were collected in a collection that included The Simpsons characters.
The King eventually became the head of Flanders’ clan, but The King was eventually killed off, and Flanders eventually grew into a bigger, meaner, more powerful and badder creature, eventually becoming known as The Flanders King.
Even though Flanders was not a very well-known character in the show’s early years at the time, he continued to have a huge following, even after his death.
For a long time, the Simpsons team had the task of creating new versions of the original Flanders and King of Foes, but that proved a challenge.
The original Foes were originally called the “Gorgeous Flanders,” but they changed their name to The King and Folsome King after their first appearance in a 1994 episode.
To add to the problem, Kirby would frequently get requests from people who wanted to add Flanders to the Simpsons universe, but it took a lot more work than he’d anticipated.
Eventually, the Folsomes were re-named the King of Kongs, which, to be fair, was the name of a film that he had done.
But the King was just a name for one character.
The Simpsons team would eventually develop their own King of Looney Tunes, and eventually, the King and his gang would be given their own cartoon series, as shown in this 1999 episode of Futurama.
One of the most iconic cartoons of all-time is the Golden Age of Cartoons, which ran from the 1960’s to the ’80s.
And, yes, the Golden Years had some of our favorite cartoon characters: Bugs Bunny, the Big Bird, Bugs, the Green Acre, and more.
There was also a very short-lived Golden Age animated series called The Little Time Machine, which aired from 1966 to 1970.
And then, in 1977, a new animated cartoon series called Bugs Bunny and Friends hit the airwaves, and the characters would soon be immortalized in a new television series called Friends from the Golden State.
But, of course, they weren’t the only animated characters to have their own show.
The Golden Age also featured some of your favorite cartoon heroes from the 60’s and 70’s,