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Cartoon character characters are real and often feature real personalities.

However, the people who create these characters can also be fictional, and it’s very difficult to distinguish real people from fictional ones.

But, the real people behind the cartoon characters are not the creators.

They are sometimes just the actors who play them.

This is why some cartoons have been called “ghost cartoon characters” or “ghost characters” in the past.

In the 1940s, cartoonists created some of the most iconic characters in the history of the medium, including Spider-Man, Captain America, The Flash, Batman, The Thing, Superman, Iron Man, The Hulk, The Wasp, the Fantastic Four, the Invisible Woman, and many more.

The ghosts of these characters have appeared in more than 100 films and cartoons over the last 100 years, and have inspired dozens of books, including The Ghost in the Shell, and other animated works.

Here are a few more examples of real people who have appeared as cartoon characters.

Ghost characters in movies, cartoons, and on TV are usually not real people, and most have a fake personality.

Some are fake actors, some are actors playing characters, and some are real people but fake names.

The Ghost from the 1980s in Ghost in The Shell.

Image courtesy of Warner Bros. Ghost in an animated film in 1987.

Image via Disney Ghost in a series of animated films in the 1960s.

Image from Disney Ghost characters have been used in various TV shows and movies for decades, but it’s always the real actors who do the acting.

For example, in the 1980’s, a series called Ghost in Time was created for the television show Futurama.

The show featured the ghost of Doctor Doom, a character who appeared in the show.

Ghost Doctor Doom was played by actor David Chase.

Chase had an extensive background in acting, including a recurring role on the hit ABC sitcom The Jeffersons.

Chase died of cancer in 2012.

He was 74 years old.

The Phantom from The Matrix and later The Matrix Reloaded.

Image by Warner Bros., Disney, and Microsoft.

Ghost from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Image copyright Nintendo.

Ghost of the Terminator in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

Image source Warner Bros, Disney, Microsoft, Paramount Pictures, and Lucasfilm.

Ghost character from Batman: The Animated Series.

Image © DC Comics Ghost character in the 1990s TV series Batman: New Detective Stories.

Image image courtesy of Cartoon Network.

Ghost Character from The Simpsons.

Image created by Nicky Ponce.

Image used with permission.

A Ghost from a movie.

Image: Warner Bros./Time Warner.

A ghost in the Simpsons movie.