whats your favourite cartoon character?

@cher913 (25859)
Canada
July 25, 2007 2:35pm CST
do you still read the comics in the newspaper? did you have a favourite comic or cartoon character from years ago? Characters such as Bugs Bunny and the Flintstones are still favourites around my house (now my kids are watching them.) but my all time favourite comic strip/character is charlie brown and snoopy...i love them and sometimes i can even identify with charlie! how about you?
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@dopey22girl (3324)
• United States
25 Jul 07
My favorite comic strips are the Garfield ones. He's just so funny! I also really like the Peanuts gang, those ones are really cute too. There's another I really like, but I can't think of the name of it.
• United States
25 Jul 07
My two favorite comics are Garfield & Blondie. I get Garfield in my inbox each day & I read Blondie every morning in the paper. My all time favorite cartoon characters though are the Flintstones & Jetsons along with Tweety Bird.
@zeloguy (4913)
• United States
25 Jul 07
Sponge Bob is probably the most famous out there right now but the one thing I noticed was when I was overseas they played a lot of the cartoons from yesteryear (Flintstones/Jetsons/Tom&Jerry).... And what did I learn. There is almost no (if none at all) talking in Tom&Jerry. It is funny all by itself and because of that I have to rate them my favorite along with Wile E. Coyote & Roadrunner. Beep!Beep!
@lreddell (172)
• United States
25 Jul 07
Oh I love Peanuts too! Among my other favorites are Wylie Coyote and the Road Runner; Pepe LePew, Bugs Bunny, Scoobie Doo, and my all time favorite - the Pink Panther. My favorite episode is the one where he dries his fur, and he poofs out like a really bad hair day - I just roll around laughing when I see it. Unfortunately, my buddy isn't on anymore. I grew up on the Pink Panther, and would love to see it on TV again! Great post!
@AmbiePam (56903)
• United States
25 Jul 07
Charlie Brown will always have a place in my heart, but Garfield is my favorite. Some of his dry wit really wasn't meant for children, but it was funny always, nonetheless.