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Cartoon Babes UPDATED

No judgment here folks, we understand the tantalizing allure of sexy cartoon kittens. With animated physiques to die for and outfits poorly suited for the real world, cartoon babes present a unique opportunity to explore the intersection of quasi real-world sexuality and the perverseness of the imaginary realms. From Betty Boop's flapper-style frilly knickers to leather-clad Catwoman we've all long been enthralled by these sexy, yet fictional, starlets--so without further ado, here are your top 25 sexiest cartoon babes of all time:

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Esmerelda is so hot that she can even make playing the tambourine look sexy (a feat Will Ferrell fell short of on Saturday Night Live). Esmerelda is the green-eyed Romani gypsy that stole our hearts (and inflamed our loins) in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Her off-the-shoulder blouse and we-know-what-you're-hiding-under-there skirt are sexy without being ostentatious. We don't even care that the bindi on her forehead completely mixes ethnicities. If you didn't see the bindi, look again, its there, you were likely just to busy trying to peek down her cartoon top. She was voiced by sexy Demi Moore in the cartoon and played by sensual Selma Hayek in the film incantation. Oh and she has a proclivity for socially-awkward shut-ins.

She's leather-clad with a whip. 'Nuff said? If that wasn't enough she's also a sly thief and ninja-like fighter with daddy issues. She is also one of the most highly-sexualized cartoon characters in history and was portrayed on film by both Michelle Pfeiffer and Halle Berry. Meow. Catwoman was also one of the few femme fatales in history to be highly-skilled in martial arts, a feat that undoubtedly helped her 'claw' her way up our list.

How could we not include a thick-thigh'd cartoon heroine who is more flexible than a 12 year-old Russian gymnast. If the extreme bendiness of Helen Parr, a.k.a. Elastigirl, doesn't turn you crank then simply gander at her gluteus maximus, because its a rear-end that would make Beyoncé stand up and applaud. Despite her thick assets Elastigirl's thin build could still make any model jealous, as on extreme stretches she can become just 1mm thin. And like most super-heroines making this list, she comes clad in skin-tight, can't-hide-a-damn-thing leotard. Oh and she is also a jet pilot, has razor-sharp wit and once became a human slingshot.

Do you love Babes In Toyland, or do you think it is the worst cartoon ever? Let us know what you think! Surely you have an opinion... so share what you think. Take a minute and post your own comments about this cartoon here.

Each cartoon on the tape starts with this newly-made graphic. Originally, when made-for-TV prints were made of films from the Fleischer (and Famous) Studios, NTA (and later UM&M) often replaced the Paramount logo with their own. This new image is essentially covering up the cover-up.

Burris Jenkins Jr. was the son of a prominent Kansas City minister, war correspondent and newspaper editor. Jenkins Jr. was a popular sports cartoonist, whose work appeared in the New York Journal-American from 1931. His humorous published verses were also popular. Although best known for his sports themes, Jenkins was also a skilled courtroom illustrator and editorial cartoonist.

Pease was a cartoonist for the Newark Evening News from 1914 to 1954, and received the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning. He was a miner in Alaska for 5 years before beginning a career in art. He was an illustrator for the Oregonian and famously interviewed Mark Twain. From his retirement in 1954 until his death in 1963, he devoted himself to fostering his skills as a painter of portraits and landscapes. 041b061a72


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