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Old 20th September 2008, 23:57   #31
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Calvin and Hobbes. Its the only reason i still get TOI.
Also, a coupe of online ones:
UserFriendly.Org and Kevin & Kell by Bill Holbrook
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Old 21st September 2008, 00:01   #32
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Comics: Tintin, Calvin & Hobbes (read both these to-date!), Dilbert, the earlier MAD.

Animations: The Classic Toons - Quick Draw McGraw, Huckleberry Hound, Droopy, Foghorn Leghorn, Top Cat, The Flintstones, Tom & Jerry, Bugs Bunny (with Yosemite Sam), Sylvester (the lisp cat)

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Old 21st September 2008, 01:11   #33
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Animations: The Classic Toons - Quick Draw McGraw, Huckleberry Hound, Droopy, Foghorn Leghorn, Top Cat, The Flintstones, Tom & Jerry, Bugs Bunny (with Yosemite Sam), Sylvester (the lisp cat)
Double that. I also loved watching DuckTales & Tales Spin.
But for me No.1 will always be Tom & Jerry.
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Old 21st September 2008, 11:52   #34
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At animated series, Tom & Jerry rules big time. Me and my cousin brother ( who is 35, a surgeon and a father to 8 year old kid ) enjoy the re-runs as well as video tapes that we recorded long back; even now.

The roadrunner show and Popeye are another favorites.

@B&T - Asterix - absolutely superb. Have almost full collection.
Also, Garfield takes the cake in everyday comic strips. Just love the way he treats Odie
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Old 21st September 2008, 12:51   #35
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In animated series, its Tom & Jerry for me. It has become a habit for me to watch this along with my 6 yr old kid.

My favourite comic book includes Tintin, Astrix, Tinkle, amar chitra katha.

Cartoons in paper: It is Calvin, Beetle baily & Garfield.
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Old 21st September 2008, 18:50   #36
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Nice thread!! Iv just downloaded about 45 episodes of Looney Tunes!

Just visit Isohunt and search "Looney Tunes Golden Collection Schizo"

My folks used to buy one Asterix adventure every month till they had the whole collection. Its easy to discover a new twist every time you read them. Sadly a lot of them were 'borrowed' never to find their way back. The play of words will never cease to amaze me.

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Asterix & Obelix, Tintin, Calvin & Hobbes, Yogi Bear, Mad Magazine, Sad Sack, Phantom, Garfield, Dagwood.... and a bunch of others I cant remember

Animation :

Tom & Jerry, Top Cat, All Loony Tunes, Droopy, Huckleberry Hound, Snagglepuss, The Flintstones, Pink Panther, Popeye again so many more but the classics not the newer stuff.
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my fav comic strip

Comics - Explosm.net
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Old 12th November 2009, 02:36   #38
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I'm assuming this thread was started to discuss cartoons, but it quickly took on animated cartoon shows as well. Anyway, I thought I'd put thinks in motion again by paying homage to an old favourite -- Gary Larson. Not everybody likes his style, or understands his (usually weird) brand of humour. But I think he rocks. Here's a sample:
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Old 12th November 2009, 14:21   #39
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Garfield and tintin all the way. I mean, who can't love a lasagna loving cat and Captain Haddock!

From animation, tom & jerry are my favourites!
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Reviving this thread
I am a die hard animation fan(mostly Japanese/Korean).
I have a long list of animation(not movies) which goes like this(numbers are irrelevant of ranking/choice)
  1. Naruto (Watched till shipuden 5,following with the latest Manga)
  2. Bleach
  3. Death Note
  4. Samurai Deeper Kyo
  5. Rurourini Kenshin
  6. GunGrave
  7. Black Cat
  8. Hajime No Ippo
  9. Trigun
  10. Samurai 7
  11. Law of Ueki
  12. Wild Striker
  13. DragonBall (Complete Series)
  14. One Piece
  15. D-GrayMan
  16. The GetBackers
  17. Full Metal Alchemist
  18. Busou Renkin
  19. Yakitate Japan
  20. Hunter X Hunter
  21. Hikaru No Go
  22. Tenjou Tenge
  23. Shaman King
  24. AirMaster
  25. Inuyasha
  26. Basilisk
  27. Initial-D (Very cool anime, strongly suggest all BHPians and drift lovers to watch this one)
  28. Katekyo Hitman Reborn
  29. Devil May Cry
  30. Mai Hime
  31. Fate Stay Night
This is what I can remember till now (started watching animes in 2003)
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Old 4th February 2010, 13:55   #41
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Favorites;

South Park
Happy Tree Friends (The most violent and gory cartoon ever. Not recommeded for kids)
Beavis & Butthead
The Ren and Stimpy show
Looney Tunes
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Old 13th September 2010, 23:35   #42
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Hey BHPians
Looks like all are after miles and not smiles and that is the reason this thread has fallen into disrepair
How about a sustained renovation ASAP
My personal modern day favourite is Randy Glasbergen
check him out at TODAYS CARTOON by Randy Glasbergen
How about we have lots more cartoons here to give us miles and miles of smiles (not just smileys)

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Garfield, TinTin, Asterix, He-man and the masters of the universe, Ducktales, Bugs Bunny, Looney Tunes - Daffy duck from childhood.

Its the Simpsons and all of [adult swim] these days with a lot of non veg jokes and hillarious brutality associated to it.
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Old 13th September 2010, 23:55   #44
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Need we have so many excuses not to smile
Let us just smile after all it increases our face value

What about our better halves
Maybe they will feel they need a perfume that smells like a ANHC? or an E series??
comments anyone
New thread "He spends more time with team-bhp than me"???

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Wow a thread dedicated to cartoons??? I'm so happy; I still watch cartoons!!!
My favs include...
Popeye, Tom & Jerry (the one's directed by Fred Quimby), Looney Tunes Show (awesome), Batman, Spiderman, Fantastic Four, Pink Panther, Richie Rich, Space Ghost

In modern times - Powerpuff girls, Scooby Doo (without Scrappy), Jackie Chan Adventures, Eon Kid, The Mask, Godzilla, Dora The Explorer, Justice League, Captain Planet, Centurions, Droopy, He-Man (old one), Swat Kats, Thomas & Friends, Oswald & Friends (love this one)

The list keeps growing
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