“They were the most unhinging, insane characters we’ve ever had to deal with in the show,” said Peter Aylmer, who worked on the show for 10 seasons.
“They just had so much crazy, horrible, weird ideas.
They were all completely unhinger.”
Aylver said some of the cartoonists had trouble keeping their heads straight.
“It’s hard to imagine these people making it through the entire season, if they did, how they could do that,” he said.
The Supreme cartoonists include a clown and a cat who make a cameo appearance.
“One of the funniest, most surreal and most demented characters I’ve ever seen in cartoons,” said the late Terry Nation, who wrote the show.
“His whole persona was just an expression of his hatred of all humans and all humans alone.
He had this huge black and white, one-dimensional caricature of himself, and that was it.”
The show was cancelled after the first season, but it was revived in the mid-1990s.
In 2006, the Supreme Cartoonists made their television debut in an episode of The Simpsons.
The show is also available on YouTube.
“The Supreme cartoon show has been on the air since its inception and is considered one of the best-loved cartoon series of all time,” the creators said in a statement.
“We look forward to returning to the airwaves to continue the legacy of the Supreme cartoon series.”