The list of top 10 male cartoon characters includes Prince Eric ,Donatello, Phillip J Fry ,Aladdin ,captain planet ,superman ,Tom ,Garfield ,Batman.
The Little Mermaid. Theirs is a forbidden love, since mermaids like Ariel aren’t allowed to have any contact with the human world.
Eric might be a prince, but that hasn’t stopped him from learning how to perform duties on a ship and becoming a competent helmsman. He can also play a recorder.
Although his kingdom wants to see him married as soon as possible, he’s not going to just settle for anyone. He’s convinced there’s one “right girl” out there for him somewhere…
Donatello (Don or Donny) is a fictional character and one of the four main characters in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics and all related media.He is co-creator Peter Laird’s favorite Turtle.
In the Mirage/Image comics all four turtles wear red bandannas but in other versions he sports a purple bandanna. His signature weapon is the bō staff. In all media he is depicted as the most intelligent of the four turtles, often speaking in technobabble with a natural aptitude for science and technology. He is named after the sculptor Donatello
Philip J. Fry, known simply as Fry, is a fictional character, the main protagonist of the animated science fiction sitcom Futurama. He is voiced by Billy West using a version of his own voice as he sounded when he was 25.
Aladdin is an animated television series made by Walt Disney Television which aired from 1994 to 1995, based on the original 1992 feature. Coming on the heels of the direct-to-video sequel The Return of Jafar, the series picked up where that installment left off, with Aladdin now living in the palace, engaged to beautiful and spunky Princess Jasmine. “Al” and Jasmine went together into peril among sorcerers, monsters, thieves, and more. Monkey sidekick Abu, the animated Magic Carpet, and the fast-talking, shape-shifting Genie came along to help, as did sassy, complaining parrot Iago, formerly Jafar’s pet but now an anti-hero. Jafar himself doesn’t appear in the series since he was killed off in the second movie. However, he makes a guest appearance in Hercules: The Animated Series.
Captain Planet and the Planeteers is an American animated environmentalist television program, based on an idea by Ted Turner. The show was produced by Andy Heyward, Robby London, Barbara Pyle and Nicholas Boxer. The series was developed and co-produced by Turner Program Services along with the partnership of DiC Entertainment and ran new episodes from September 15, 1990 until December 5, 1992. A sequel series, The New Adventures of Captain Planet, ran for three seasons and was produced by Turner Broadcasting and then-corporate sibling Hanna-Barbera Productions. Both programs continue today in syndication.
The program is a form of edutainment and advocates environmentalism.
The Superman animated cartoons, commonly but somewhat erroneously known as the “Fleischer Superman cartoons” were a series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films released by Paramount Pictures and based upon the comic book character Superman.
The first eight shorts were produced by Fleischer Studios from 1941 to 1942, while the final nine were produced by Famous Studios, a successor company to Fleischer Studios, from 1942 to 1943. Superman was the final animated series initiated under Fleischer Studios, before Famous Studios officially took over production in May 1942.
Although all entries are in the public domain, ancillary rights (as well as the original 35mm master elements) are owned today by Warner Bros. Animation. Warner has owned Superman publisher DC Comics since 1969.
Tom (called “Jasper” in his debut appearance) is a blue and white domestic short hair cat. He is the main protagonist of the story, who usually lives a pampered life, although they usually live in several lifestyles, while Jerry is a small brown house mouse who always lives in close proximity to him and is the deuteragonist of the story. “Tom” is a generic name for a male cat (The Warner Bros. cartoon character Sylvester was originally named Thomas). Tom was originally in the very first short, Puss Gets the Boot, and Jerry was seen in the short also, although it was not billed as a Tom and Jerry cartoon. Jerry possesses surprising strength for his size, lifting items such as anvils with relative ease and withstanding considerable impacts with them. Despite the typical cat-eats-mouse scenario, it is surprisingly quite rare for Tom to actually try and consume Jerry. Despite being very energetic and determined, Tom is no match for Jerry’s brains and wits. By the final “fade-out” of each cartoon, Jerry usually emerges triumphant, while Tom is shown as the loser. However, other results may be reached; on rare occasions, Tom triumphs, usually when Jerry becomes the aggressor or when he crosses some sort of line (the best example of which occurs in The Million Dollar Cat where, after finding out that Tom’s newly acquired wealth will be taken away if he harms any animal, including a mouse, he torments Tom until Tom finally loses his temper and attacks him). Sometimes, usually ironically, they both lose, usually when Jerry’s last trap potentially backfires on him after it affects Tom (An example is in Chuck Jone’s Filet Meow short where Jerry orders a shark to scare Tom away from eating a goldfish. Afterwards, the shark scares Jerry away as well) or when Jerry overlooks something at the end of the course. Sometimes, they both end up being friends (only for something to happen so that Tom will chase Jerry again). Both characters display sadistic tendencies, in that they are equally likely to take pleasure in tormenting each other. However, depending on the cartoon, whenever one character appears to be in mortal danger (in a dangerous situation or by a third party), the other will develop a conscience and save him. Sometimes, they bond over a mutual sentiment towards an unpleasant experience and their attacking each other is more play than serious attacks. Multiple shorts show the two getting along with minimal difficulty, and they are more than capable of working together when the situation calls for it, usually against a third party who manages to torture and humiliate them both.
Garfield is a comic strip created by Jim Davis. Published since June 19, 1978, it chronicles the life of the title character, the cat Garfield (named after Davis’s grandfather); his owner, Jon Arbuckle; and Arbuckle’s dog, Odie. As of 2007, it was syndicated in roughly 2,580 newspapers and journals, and held the Guinness World Record for being the world’s most widely syndicated comic strip.
Batman is a fictional character created by the artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. A comic book superhero, Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), and since then has appeared in many of DC Comics publications. Originally referred to as “the Bat-Man” and still referred to at times as “the Batman”, he is additionally known as “The Caped Crusader”, “The Dark Knight”, “The Darknight Detective”, and “The World’s Greatest Detective”.
The first animated series was simply titled Spider-Man, and ran on ABC from 1967 to 1970. The shows first season was produced by Grantray-Lawrence Animation, which soon went bankrupt. In 1968, animator Ralph Bakshi took over. Bakshi’s episodes, which suffered from extremely low budgets, were stylized and featured dark ominous settings and pervasive background music. One episode reused complete background animation, characters, and storyline from an episode of Rocket Robin Hood. The series may be best remembered for its theme song. Spider-Man was voiced by Paul Soles.