The 10 most popular cartoon characters among six-to-11-year-olds
- etc... // Christian Science Monitor;3/30/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 89, p24
Offers news notes for March 30, 2000, including the ten most popular cartoon characters as voted by children.
- People meter. // Variety;11/24/97, Vol. 369 Issue 3, p80
Lists the People Pop Profiles' most likable fictional animation characters. Public's preference for Disney animals; Impact on `Anastasia'.
- Where's Nina the Nurse? Parish, Cohn // Nursing Standard;11/24/2004, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p15
The article focuses on a cartoon about a nurse to improve nurse recruitment and educate the general public in England. Cartoons are not recruitment videos, but they do inform children about the professions featured and they are often full of moral and educational messages. Children's imagination...
- pronoun trouble. Bacon, Kenneth James // Boxoffice;Nov2008, Vol. 144 Issue 11, p92
The article presents the author's views on on which cartoon character he thinks is the funniest. The Author considers Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies as his favorite. He also refers to his daughter who like the author is a fan of these cartoons. In the end the author gives the list of what he...
- Arch Nemesis of Shock. // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance;Jul2005, Vol. 104 Issue 7, p10
Provides information about the creation of the Electrical Safety Man, a cartoon superhero used as a public relations material to teach children about the dangers of electricity in Oregon. Designer of the character; Number of copies distributed in area schools; Plan to incorporate the character...
- Cricket & Ladybug & the Giant Dough Ball! // Cricket;
Presents a cartoon featuring Cricket and Ladybug.
- ROLLING ALONG WITH TUMBLEWEEDS. Pinella, Paul // Saturday Evening Post;Nov1979, Vol. 251 Issue 8, p70
Profiles Tom Ryan, artist of the comic strip series Tumbleweeds. Information on his career as a cartoonist; Description of the characters from the cartoon; Views of the public about the comic strip.
- LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM A CARTOON CHARACTER? // Credit Union Management;Oct2004, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p7
Presents lessons on business leadership derived from the adventures of children's cartoon character Spongebob SquarePants. Importance of resiliency in industrial management; Collaboration with partners; Adoption of a risk management strategy.
- By golly. Williams, Zoe // New Statesman;1/27/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4622, p40
Focuses on the recharacterization of the animated character Noddy, created by Enid Blyton. Claims made against the Noddy series of cartoons and books that Noddy represented racism, homophobia and sexism; Plot elements of this series which have been debated; Suggestion that Noddy and his...