These goos are from the Cartoons category, people famous for their work in animation. Browse another way.
He doesn't mind you gooing his face if he can do yours right back. Go »
Fire, a flowery name, and fear (or a lack thereof) define this powerful puff. Go »
Sex must be interesting when your boyfriend is green, flat as a board, and can stretch into any shape. Go »
Once he quieted down, he was granted another opportunity to reside on the same show. Go »
This beloved animator followed in Walt's footsteps with spirited female protagonists and high-flying adventures. Go »
This gluttonous jerkass has made Fox Television a lot of dough. Go »
His spirited performance as a dragon in a boy's body is the highlight of a long career at Disney. Go »
She must have struck a devil's bargain to have had so much success animating little ponies, imaginary friends, and powerful puffs. Go »
This cub has become a man in the two decades since his initial debut. Go »
When asked who was the first, you can show them the silhouette of this animator. Go »
Life is no longer hellish for this very successful creator of a yellow family and a future parody. Go »
Most people don't get famous for swearing a lot, unless they're the voice of a cartoon boy on television. Go »
Ranma's better half has nine eyes, and is the Inverse of Slayers. Go »
Got a rodent problem? Put on the white gloves. Go »
Mirror Mirror on the wall, who's the strongest princess of them all? Go »
This actor is a master of voice roles, none more so than Craig of the Creek and Star Trek: Lower Decks. Go »
He wrote and produced some of the most popular animated shows of the 1990s and has worked in comic books ever since, which put him in a unique position to take the lovestruck Batman villain that he created for TV and adapt her into the mainstream DC universe. Go »
Voicing a race of yellow, capsule-shaped beings has definitely not been deadly to his career. Go »
This stage performer and singer-songwriter made a novelty record so popular that he spent the rest of his career yelling the name Alvin. Go »
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