Take another quiz >

Cartoon Characters #2

Based on the clue, name the cartoon character.
Quiz by Quizmaster
Last updated: July 30, 2013
First submittedJuly 30, 2013
Times taken16,090
Enter answer here
 / 24 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
Calvin's tiger friend
"Good Grief!"
Charlie Brown
Obese Cosby Kid
Fat Albert
The friendly ghost
Tawt he taw a puddy tat
Commander and leader of
the Powerpuff Girls
Stretchy green claymation guy
Mickey Mouse's dog
Leader of the Decepticons
Web-slinging superhero
Homer Simpson
Aladdin's monkey
Looney Tunes Martian
Marvin the Martian
Jafar's parrot
Amorous skunk
Pepé Le Pew
Heroine who wields a lasso of truth
Wonder Woman
Mickey's girlfriend
Minnie Mouse
Grinning cat from Alice in Wonderland
Cheshire Cat
The warthog from Lion King
I say, I say, I say, he's a giant rooster
Foghorn Leghorn
Frequently-killed South Park resident
Spinach loving sailor
SpongeBob's best friend
Patrick Star
The moose from Happy Tree Friends
level 51
Aug 8, 2013
forgot the extra "a" in Poombaa... I think variations are in order.
level 46
Mar 24, 2016
It's because it's Pumbaa. Pumba is accepted.
level 44
Oct 3, 2013
Never in my life heard of "Happy Tree Friends." The only moose I knew was Bulwinkle.
level 67
Oct 3, 2013
I love Happy Tree Friends. Imagine the cutest forest creatures that speak like babies getting violently killed. This may include blenders, selling lemonade, or tripping while eating a lollipop.
level 77
Oct 3, 2013
got 100% but, even though I've seen plenty of Happy Tree Friend episodes, had to cheat to get Lumpy.
level 63
Dec 6, 2013
I kept trying Hobbs and Hobs and Hobb. Never thought to add an "e."
level 55
Apr 13, 2015
Yeah the same thing happened to me.
level 45
Jan 12, 2016
level 78
Nov 19, 2014
What in the world is Happy Tree Friends?? Cartoons have really gone down hill in the last 15 years or so.
level 77
Mar 19, 2016
The first time I recall hearing about Happy Tree Friends was more than 15 years ago. Wikipedia says the first one was from 1999.
level 47
Mar 21, 2016
Doug Walker did a piece on Channel Awesome about why this is specifically not the case. It's a good watch and I recommend it fully.
level 77
Mar 21, 2016
I haven't seen the piece but I totally agree. Cartoons have gotten way *way* better since I was a kid. The 30-60s was a bit of a golden age. Then... that generation of animators and studios died off or stopped producing as much and the 70s was mostly garbage. The 80s were basically animated toy commercials. (as much as I grew up loving Transformers, I know that's what it was) In the 90s we saw substantial improvements with the Disney afternoon, Batman the Animated Series, Gargoyles, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Ghost in the Shell, and the golden age at Disney ushered in by the Little Mermaid (Aladdin, Lion King, Hunchback) and Pixar (Toy Story etc). The stuff that my nephews and nieces grew up watching... Spongebob, Samurai Jack, Fairly Odd Parents etc. is SO much better, artistically, than Thundercats and Voltron. These shows work on multiple levels just like the old Warner Bros cartoons in their hey dey. They're smart, irreverent, funny.
and Happy Tree Friends isn't so bad, either
level 77
Apr 1, 2016
I've never heard of Happy Tree Friends, either, but having grown up in the '50s and '60s, I heartily agree it was part of the golden age of cartoons. Things weren't so great for my own children in the '70s and '80s, but now the things my grandkids are watching are pretty good, although I have to say I draw the line at Uncle Grandpa. Pingu is my favorite, but the younger ones don't "get" it.
level 45
Jan 12, 2016
i was trying tweedy instead of tweety
level 45
Jan 12, 2016
i havent heard of few of these characters
level 45
Jan 12, 2016
i also havent watched a single episode of popeye im surprised its so high...
level 71
Mar 19, 2016
If you ever run across a collection of the strips from the 30s, grab it. They were weird and inventive, with long intricate stories involving not just Wimpy and Olive Oyl, but the Sea Hag, Eugene the Jeep, Olive's brother Ham Oyl, and many more. Unfortunately after Popeye's creator, Elzie Segar, died less talented hands reduced it to a formula.
level 72
Mar 19, 2016
Wimpy was my favourite but he just disappeared from the newer episodes. I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.
level 66
Mar 19, 2016
When I lived in Bangladesh, they had India TV broadcast over. (At least at the time), Indians loved their Popeye...
level 61
Jan 1, 2017
How could you leave out Ren & Stimpy and Aqua Teen Hunger Force? Or Venture Brothers?
level 67
Dec 21, 2017
I didn't realize the Happy Tree Friends characters actually had names.
level 79
Jul 22, 2018
Oh my god! The Happy Tree Friends killed my perfect score! You bastards!
More Quizzes in this Series