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My favorite cartoon

My favorite cartoon – this is a creative writing prompt asking about my favorite cartoon. So in this blog post, I will tell you about that.

My favorite cartoon

My favorite cartoon - this is a creative writing prompt asking about my favorite cartoon. So in this blog post, I will tell you about that.

What’s your favorite cartoon?


As a teenager, I always like Taz, not totally sure why, but I have I didn’t watch Taz all too much, but I think I like the look of Taz is why I like Taz. I’m talking about the Tasmanian devil from Looney Tunes.

Taz the Tasmanian Devil one of my favorite cartoon characters 

Taz, short for Tasmanian Devil, is a cartoon character from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series produced by Warner Bros. He’s known for his wild, spinning antics, incoherent speech, and voracious appetite. Taz made his debut in 1954 and has since become one of the iconic characters in the Looney Tunes universe.

Learn more about Taz.


My other favorite cartoon character would be Genie. I’m talking about Genie from the original Aladdin cartoon. I just remember him being fun.

Genie from Aladdin another favorite cartoon character

The Genie is a beloved character in Disney’s “Aladdin” animated film and TV series. He is a magical, shape-shifting being with phenomenal cosmic powers, residing in a magical lamp. In the 1992 film “Aladdin,” the Genie, voiced by Robin Williams. The character became iconic for its humor, pop culture references, and memorable songs.

Growing up in 1980s

I grew up as a kid in a 1980s so you woke up early Saturday morning and watched cartoons all day. You would wake up like six in the morning and watch cartoons until about noon.

Then you did not have streaming services like we do now, nor did we really have TV remotes either. You had to get up and manually change the channel and that we did watching what we liked in the morning on Saturday.

Cartoons. I remember watching growing up.

  1. Tasmania
  2. The Smurfs
  3. Transformers
  4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (very original)
  5. Care Bears
  6. Thundercats
  7. He-Man
  8. The Real Ghost Busters
  9. Inspector Gadget
  10. Looney Tunes
  11. Muppet Babies
  12. Duck Tails
  13. Tail Spin
  14. Garfield & Friends
  15. Adventures of the Gummi Bears
  16. The Littles
  17. Chip ‘n Dale’s Rescue Rangers
  18. Heathcliff
  19. Winnie the Pooh
  20. Scooby-Doo
  21. Gi-Joe A Real American Hero
  22. Alvin and the Chipmunks
  23. Snorks
  24. Beetlejuice

And much more. You would just change your channel and watch whichever one you wanted my sister and I took turns unless she wasn’t up.

You know, they do not make cartoons the same as they did back then. I always liked cartoons growing up and I still do. I guess I am a big kid at heart.

So, who is your favorite cartoon character?

My wife’s favorite cartoon character is Snoopy in the Peanuts gang.

Feel free to share your favorite cartoon character or characters in the comments below.

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