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Bulldog: Bulldog on the Cover of the ’60s Comics Edition

This title originally appeared on the site for FourFourtwo.com.The original article, from October 2015, is reprinted here under Creative Commons licenses.Bulldog, who was voiced by John C. Reilly, was a cartoon character in the 1960s and 1970s.He became an icon when the show Bulldog the Dog ran on NBC in the late 1970s and early…



What the stupid cartoon character is and why it’s important

The word “dumb” is used so often in the context of cartoons that many believe it to be the term most often used to describe an animal.But while the term is used to mean anything from the stupidest of animals to the most intelligent, there are some animals that are far from dumb.Here are a…



Johnny cartoons: What does it take to be a cartoon character?

It’s a big question.The question comes with a big answer.In this special segment from CBC Radio’s The Johnny cartoon podcast, CBC News reporter Pauline Harnett, along with co-host Matt Smith, will be discussing Johnny cartoon character quiz.The show features a special edition of Johnny cartoons with the help of comedian Johnathan Linton, who also happens…