Felix the Cat was the biggest cartoon star of the silent era – bar none. He was the first giant balloon in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. The Yankees adopted him as their mascot in 1922. Charles Lindbergh took a Felix doll with him on his famous transatlantic flight. His image was the very first ever broadcast on television (the engineers used a cutout to practice their focusing and transmission).
Bugs Bunny is one of the most recognized cartoon characters. He is the leader of the Looney Tunes, and the mascot of Warner Bros. In a comic book, he revealed that his real name is George Washington Bunny. He has the power to alter reality at will. He can bend and twist the laws of physics at his whim. Also, he is one of the smartest cartoon characters in the universe, constantly outwitting his adversary. Howevers, these powers only work if he uses them for good. As soon as he tries to be evil or selfish, his powers dissappear.
Popeye, a pugnacious, wisecracking cartoon sailor who possesses superhuman strength after ingesting an always-handy can of spinach. Popeye is a scrappy little seaman with bulging forearms, a squinty eye, and a screwed-up face, punctuated with an ever-present pipe in his mouth. He is always ready for a fight instead of a reasonable discussion, has a gravelly voice, and is constantly mumbling under his breath. His credo is “I yam what I yam, and that’s all what I yam.”
One of the most famous faces in entertainment history, Betty Boop, “The Queen of Cartoons,” continues to delight millions of fans of all ages around the world.
Daffy Duck is a cartoon character from the Looney Tunes. He is everyone's favorite Looney Tunes character, as his manic personality and sly deviousness embodies the Looney Tunes as a whole. He was the original star of the Looney Tunes until Bugs Bunny came along. This caused him to become jealous, and they became rivals. However, in the recent years they have patched up their differences and become friends.