To this day, the cartoon genre is still prevalent and loved by many classes of viewers around the globe, but without the help of certain characters, it certainly wouldn’t have made any progress. Do you ever consider how attractive some of your favorite cartoons from childhood are? You would be lying if you said “no.” Everybody has. Sure, it might sound spooky at first, but when you give it some thought, you’ll see that you’ve been holding crushes on cartoons for a long time.
Cartoon characters are not only for children, but even adults love them. This is why there are cartoon characters that never “die” in the hearts of the public. The following list will focus on classic cartoon characters, opening new directions for today’s products.
Here the list of 50 hot cartoon characters of all time:
Table of Contents
- 1. Betty Boop (Dizzy Dishes)
- 2. Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
- 3. Superman (Superman: The Animated Series)
- 4. Ms. Sara Bellum (The Powerpuff Girls)
- 5. Elastigirl (The Incredibles)
- 6. Poison Ivy (Batman: The Animated Series)
- 7. Wonder Woman (Justice League)
- 8. Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
- 9. Catwoman (Batman: The Animated Series)
- 10. Megara (Hercules)
- 11. Holli Would (Cool World)
- 12. Flynn Rider (Tangled)
- 13. Sinbad (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)
- 14. Eris (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)
- 15. Li Shang (Mulan)
- 16. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
- 17. Cinderella (Cinderella)
- 18. Mulan (Mulan)
- 19. Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
- 20. Jasmine (Aladdin)
- 21. Tiana (Princess and the Frog)
- 22. Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
- 23. Merida (Brave)
- 24. Elsa (Frozen)
- 25. Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
- 26. Aladdin (Aladdin)
- 27. Jack Frost (Rise of the Guardians)
- 28. Woody (Toy Story Series)
- 29. Rapunzel (Tangled)
- 30. Anna (Frozen)
- 31. Dory (Finding Dory)
- 32. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
- 33. Daphne Blake (Scooby Doo Animated Series)
- 34. Kim Possible (Kim Possible)
- 35. Shego (Kim Possible)
- 36. Lana Kane (Archer)
- 37. Asami Sato (Avatar: The Legend of Korra)
- 38. Peter Pan (Peter Pan)
- 39. Baymax (Big Hero 6)
- 40. Genie (Aladdin)
- 41. Captain America (Marvel Animated Universe)
- 42. Spider-Man (Spider-Man Animated Series)
- 43. Lola Bunny (Space Jam)
- 44. Mr. Bean (Mr. Bean: The Animated Series)
- 45. Ben (Ben 10)
- 46. Batman (Batman: The Animated Series)
- 47. Cruella de Vil (101 Dalmatians)
- 48. Scooby-Doo (Scooby-Doo Animated Series)
- 49. Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)
- 50. Robot Wall-E (Wall-E)
1. Betty Boop (Dizzy Dishes)
Betty Boop is the first controversial female cartoon character to step onto the big screen. Cartoons featuring Betty Boop often go into adult themes, such as revealing many female body parts. Thanks to Boop, we can see many gender-sensitive themes in cartoons today. At the same time, Betty Boop is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful cartoon characters.
2. Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” is Disney’s full-length color animated feature film. This film has helped pave the way for the animated films we often see being shown in theaters today. Since her 1937 film debut, Snow White, the first Disney heroine, has enchanted countless young males. Snow White is a model image, representing beauty and a guide for future cartoon princesses.
3. Superman (Superman: The Animated Series)
Although the Superman character was created in 1938, it was not until 1941 that he made his first appearance in a cartoon. Superman is the first superhero to be animated and has since spawned a whole new genre. Without Superman, we probably wouldn’t have countlessly animated and live-action superhero movies on the big screen today.
4. Ms. Sara Bellum (The Powerpuff Girls)
Ms. Sara Bellum is a powerful assistant to the Mayor of Townsville, a beautiful red-haired girl like a statue. Miss Bellum is a stunning, sexy, tall woman standard figure with red/ginger curls and a red dress with red boots and speaks in a raspy, seductive voice in the Cartoon Network Powerpuff Girls series. Her face was never revealed until the episode “The Powerpuff Girls Rule!” was released.
5. Elastigirl (The Incredibles)
Lovely Helen Parr, or “Elastigirl,” is a female superhero who first appeared in the hit movie, The Incredibles. Elastigirl is a beautiful character known for her enormous height, red hair, and brown eyes. She also owns an “hourglass” body characterized by wide hips, thick thighs, slim waist, and large hips. Combined with her massive bust, long legs, and fitted outfit, Elastigirl is easily one of the sexiest cartoon characters of modern times.
6. Poison Ivy (Batman: The Animated Series)
Poison Ivy, real name Pamela Isley, is a fictional villain in the comic book series published by DC Comics. No man can be safe from Poison Ivy. As for hot cartoon characters, Poison Ivy has been a favorite since its debut in 1966 and remains one of the most compelling terrorists. Ivy has fiery red hair and beautiful emerald-green eyes.
7. Wonder Woman (Justice League)
Wonder Woman, whose real name is Diana, is a female character who first appeared in the Justice League series. Wonder Woman is depicted in the series as a warrior princess from the island of Themyscira. Possessing countless superhuman powers, Wonder Woman is often likened to a female version of Superman. Therefore, this character has become a symbol of feminism in some Western countries.
8. Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
Jessica Rabbit of the animated movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit was voted the sexiest cartoon character of all time. Jessica possesses all the elements to knock down any man: plump lips, huge breasts, tiny waist, and sexy bust; she always wears a busty dress, a long slit that always hugs her fiery body. Jessica’s attitude also makes her sexy.
9. Catwoman (Batman: The Animated Series)
The image of a Catwoman with a body-hugging black suit, imitating the figure of a mischievous cat, is familiar to the audience. Every time Catwoman commits a sophisticated heist, viewers get to admire the catgirl’s deadly charm. The mask only revealed sharp eyes and red lipstick, adding to the “fatal” mystery of the thief.
10. Megara (Hercules)
Not letting her hair loose, Megara showed the audience the charm of her neat ponytail. Megara has the mysterious beauty of Greek beauty; all gestures and expressions of the beauty are flexible and lax, attracting the opponent’s attention. Not only that, Megara’s half-truth and half-false talk is also one of the “weapons” that make her more attractive than ever, making even the heroic Hercules fall in love.
11. Holli Would (Cool World)
No one can resist the seductive charm of the playgirl Holli Would in Cool World. Holli Would has American-style blonde hair, a sharp face, and bold, sexy makeup. She often shows off her beautiful curves in a white two-piece dress, jubilantly dancing with a series of unexpected sexy moves. Holli Would’s flirtatious voice and provocative 18+ lyrics make every audience blush.
12. Flynn Rider (Tangled)
The fictitious character Eugene Fitzherbert, later going by the name Flynn Rider, appears in the Disney animated film Tangled (2010), which is based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Rapunzel. Flynn had a terrible reputation as a robber despite his charming disposition and quick intellect. He eventually went back home, where he fell in love with Rapunzel, the long-lost princess of Corona.
13. Sinbad (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)
Sinbad is well-known because of the 2003 DreamWorks Pictures film Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. Pirate Sinbad sailed the seas with his canine companion and his devoted crew. He made an effort to take the Book of Peace, a holy artifact of Syracuse, whose power was used to restrain Eris, the goddess of chaos and discord in ancient Greece.
14. Eris (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)
Who says only attractive people make excellent characters? The personality of Eris, as mentioned above, is a clear indicator of the opposite. Eris inherited Erebus’s and her mother Nyx’s genuine malice and pure depravity as well as that of Erebus, the God of the Dark. She assured Sinbad that if he brought her the Book of Peace, she would make him wealthy and renowned.
15. Li Shang (Mulan)
The main character in Disney’s 1998 animated blockbuster Mulan is a large, hulking Chinese guy with a tanned complexion, dark brown eyes, and shoulder-length black hair pulled back in a bun. Li Shang intended to eventually want to succeed him as the commander of “China’s strongest army.” His worst fantasies are realized when Shan Yu, the tyrannical commander of the Hun Army, seizes power in China.
16. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
Ariel as the mermaid in the 28th animated feature film The Little Mermaid (1989) by Walt Disney Pictures. Ariel is the 7th daughter of King Triton and Queen Athena in an underwater merfolk kingdom called Atlantica. She has a rebellious personality and aspires to be a part of the human world. She married Prince Eric, whom she rescued from a shipwreck, and they had a daughter named Melody.
17. Cinderella (Cinderella)
Cinderella is a fictional character in Walt Disney’s 12th animated film Cinderella (1950). Wearing her impressive outfit, Cinderella is considered a fashion icon, earning praise and recognition from InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, Glamor, and Oprah.com, as well as a footwear designer and fashion icon Christian Louboutin.
18. Mulan (Mulan)
Mulan was inspired by a legendary character in the 36th animated film Mulan (1998) by Walt Disney. Mulan is modeled by Hua Mulan, a mythical Chinese warrior who appears in the poem Ballad of Mulan. Mulan is the 8th Disney princess and the first who is not born into royalty or married to a prince. She also became Disney’s first Asian-American.
19. Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
Princess Aurora, also known as Sleeping Beauty, is a fictional character in Walt Disney’s 16th animated film Sleeping Beauty (1959). Aurora is also the third Disney Princess. An evil fairy named Maleficent cursed the newborn princess, foretelling that she would die before sunset on her 16th birthday by poking her finger in the spinning wheel’s spindle.
20. Jasmine (Aladdin)
Princess Jasmine appeared in Walt Disney Pictures’ 31st animated feature film Aladdin (1992). Jasmine is inspired by the folk tale One Thousand and One Nights, “Aladdin and the Magical Lamp”. Jasmine is an independent, sensual, and self-protective beauty who “desires to experience life outside the palace.”
21. Tiana (Princess and the Frog)
Tiana is shown as a dedicated waitress with aspirations of owning her own eatery. After urgently kissing a prince who has been transformed into a wicked witch doctor, she realizes that her progress is halted when she turns into a frog. As the ninth Disney Princess and the first African-American princess in the franchise, Tiana is well-known.
22. Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
Speaking of intelligent girlies, our gal Belle has been carrying the load since 1991. The animated movie Beauty and the Beast features Belle as its sexiest cartoon character (1991). The unconventional daughter of an inventor, Belle, longs to escape her routine town life in favor of adventure. She is a standout among all-female time’s cartoon characters.
23. Merida (Brave)
Princess Merida is the main character in the Disney/Pixar film Brave (2012). Merida is the tenth member of the Disney Princess roster and the first Disney Princess created by Pixar. Despite her outspoken, strong personality, Merida has a soft heart. Though pampered, she is not spoiled, and despite often arguing with her mother, Merida still loves her parents.
24. Elsa (Frozen)
Elsa is a fictional character appearing in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 53rd theatrical animated feature Frozen (2013), and its sequel, Frozen 2. Throughout the film, Elsa must struggle with controlling and hiding magical powers and freeing herself from the fear that she might harm everyone around her, especially her sister.
25. Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
Esmeralda is another lovely, gorgeous, and charming Disney heroine from the 1996 film The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She has a medium brown complexion, long raven-black hair, and emerald green eyes. Esmeralda, a street dancer from the Romani (or “Gipsy”) community, is up against merciless Claude Frollo, the justice minister of Paris.
26. Aladdin (Aladdin)
Aladdin, the protagonist of Disney’s animated feature film of the same name from 1992, is undoubtedly another character that young girls develop a crush on. The protagonist of the Middle Eastern folktale Aladdin served as the inspiration for the Aladdin movie. Before meeting a wish-granting genie and the lovely Jasmine, Aladdin had a persistent inferiority complex that made him feel unworthy of love and that he was unworthy of being treated with respect.
27. Jack Frost (Rise of the Guardians)
The main character of DreamWorks’ 2012 animated feature film Rise of the Guardians is this attractive youngster with silvery-white hair and captivating blue eyes. Jack Frost is a recluse, immortal, intelligent, and attractive man. He has demonstrated his ability to control ice, snow, and frigid winds as winter approaches. He transformed into a faithful guardian once he understood the meaning behind his extraordinary abilities.
28. Woody (Toy Story Series)
Sheriff Woody Pride is a fictional cowboy doll with a zipper that appeared in the Disney – Pixar Toy Story series. Woody is depicted as having loyalty and leadership abilities. He’s been Andy Davis’ favorite toy since kindergarten. When Andy receives a new toy named Buzz Lightyear, Woody’s position is threatened until he becomes friends with Buzz.
29. Rapunzel (Tangled)
One of Disney’s “new generation” princesses is Rapunzel in the movie Tangled. Drawn from a fairy tale from a long time ago, Rapunzel captivated audiences worldwide with her flawless beauty, dynamic freshness, and long flowing hair. Growing up in a lonely tower in the middle of the forest because of the malicious conspiracy of the woman Gothel, Rapunzel always wished that one day, she could step foot into the outside world.
30. Anna (Frozen)
Anna is a fictional character appearing in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 53rd theatrical animated feature, Frozen (2013). When Elsa flees the kingdom after accidentally coating Arendelle with eternal winter on her coronation night, the brave and trusting princess Anna is determined to set out, embarking on a perilous journey to bring her sister back and save her kingdom and family.
31. Dory (Finding Dory)
Dory appeared in the 2003 Disney/Pixar animated film Finding Nemo and was the protagonist of the 2016 sequel. Dory is a blue fish, very optimistic and kind but lazy and forgetful. She struggles with short-term memory loss, which is why. However, Dory has a good heart and is eager to help Marlin recover his son in any way she can.
32. Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
In keeping with the theme of villains, here is Maleficent from the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty. One of the most well-known and identifiable Disney villains of all time, this gorgeous and graceful woman had a tall, thin form, light green skin, and a narrow face. Maleficent, the embodiment of pure evil, was to blame for all the disasters in King Stefan’s realm.
33. Daphne Blake (Scooby Doo Animated Series)
The most attractive Scooby-Doo cartoon character is Daphne Blake. Daphne, who is said to come from a wealthy family, is known for her orange hair, purple heels, fashion sense, and propensity for getting into trouble. This has earned her the moniker “Danger-Prone Daphne.” She is among the most attractive female cartoon characters.
34. Kim Possible (Kim Possible)
Kim Possible, a high school student, battles crime alongside Ron Stoppable, her closest friend and sidekick, with the aid of Wade, a computer whiz, and Rufus, his naked pet mole rat. She is a standout among all-female time’s cartoon characters. Kim undertakes unusual missions to protect the earth from peril caused by various supervillains and evil geniuses.
35. Shego (Kim Possible)
Shego, an essential character in the Kim Possible series, is one of the sexiest and most prominent. She often doesn’t come up with any of her plots; instead, she prefers to act as an enforcer or an espionage agent for others.
36. Lana Kane (Archer)
The adult-only Archer series’ deuteragonist is Lana Kane. She has a terrific personality; she is strong and fit. However, when necessary, she will employ force. Given her ambiguous moral standards, we can regard Lana as extremely caustic, marginally merciless, devoted, and perhaps even murderous but sympathetic.
37. Asami Sato (Avatar: The Legend of Korra)
The main character of the animated television series The Legend of Korra, Asami Sato, is an industrialist, engineer, and entrepreneur. She wasn’t a bender, but when she learned that her father was a member of the Equalists, she openly rebelled against the cause. She took over as the company’s CEO when her father was sentenced to jail to revive it and regain its reputation.
38. Peter Pan (Peter Pan)
Peter Pan is the main character of the 1953 Disney animated film of the same name. Peter Pan is a boy who lives on the island of Neverland. He has a friend, the fairy Tinker Bell. Peter Pan spends most of his days on adventures and battling the notorious pirate Captain Hook, the leader of the Lost Boys.
39. Baymax (Big Hero 6)
Baymax was created for the purpose of serving human health. With the intelligence of Hiro, the boy created combat tools for the superhero squad with the companionship of the remaining 5 members, Baymax, Wasabi, Go Go, Fred, and Honey Lemon. Together, they investigate the hidden “kabuki” who stole Hiro’s “microbug” invention and averted a catastrophe for the city.
40. Genie (Aladdin)
One of the famous mythological characters of “One Thousand and One Nights”, the genie character, after appearing in the 1992 animated movie Aladdin, is completely different from the original, a rare and unique creation of Walt Disney. The Genie appeared not only to give the young man Aladdin 3 wishes but also to protect and protect his kind little boss and give him proper advice.
41. Captain America (Marvel Animated Universe)
Captain America is a superhero from Marvel Comics. Captain America is a super soldier from World War II who was frozen for 70 years and then carried out his heroic duties. As the captain and one of the original members of the superhero team known as the Avengers, Captain America promoted liberty and justice.
42. Spider-Man (Spider-Man Animated Series)
Spider-Man (Peter Benjamin Parker) is a superhero from Marvel Comics and arguably the most famous Marvel superhero. Spider-Man has appeared in countless media during his lifetime. He was initially a high school student bitten by a genetically engineered radioactive spider that gave him spider-like superpowers.
43. Lola Bunny (Space Jam)
Lola Bunny is a rabbit, but she’s not just any bunny; she’s seductive and incredibly hot. Simply put, we had to bring it up. For the 1996 film Space Jam, Warner Bros. Pictures developed the Looney Tunes cartoon character Lola Bunny. Additionally, she is Bugs Bunny’s girlfriend. She is feisty, independent, and self-sufficient, as well as being both alluring and incredibly athletic. Do not ever refer to me as a “Doll,” is her slogan.
44. Mr. Bean (Mr. Bean: The Animated Series)
Mr. Bean is a funny but somewhat goofy, childish, and sometimes clever man; selfish but also likable with unusual plans in everyday affairs. He lives alone in a small flat on Arbour Road, Highbury, north London. Always appearing with a tweed jacket and red tie, Mr. Bean rarely speaks and is mostly just the sounds made from his mouth.
45. Ben (Ben 10)
Ben 10, also known as “Transforming Boy”, is an animated series that has been associated with the childhood of many children around the world. Ben is the main character in the movie Ben 10. Each part of the audience will see the stages of Ben’s growth from the moment he met the Omnitrix watch to the time he became a young man. He is a kind boy who helps people and is, of course, one of the young idols of the boys.
46. Batman (Batman: The Animated Series)
The episodes of Batman: The Brave and the Bold mostly focused on the superhero Batman and his allies, such as Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, and Aquaman, as they battled villains and criminals in the city. With modern tools and brilliant but risky handling, Batman will take the audience through the emotional levels of suspense and anticipation in each episode.
47. Cruella de Vil (101 Dalmatians)
As the fear of Dalmatians, as soon as the name is mentioned, people see cruelty; it is Cruella de Vil in the movie 101 Dalmatians. With the ambition to have a one-of-a-kind dalmatian coat, Cruella finds a way to skin with 99 poor dalmatians. The character Cruella de Vil was created by Marc Davis – who also created the fairy character Tinker Bell in Peter Pan.
48. Scooby-Doo (Scooby-Doo Animated Series)
Scooby Doo is the name of a lovely dog in the animated series and always makes the audience laugh with extremely humorous actions. It can be seen that Scooby-Doo is a fearless dog, brave and ready to overcome all difficulties and obstacles in life. Scooby-Doo and his close friends have brought viewers exciting and valuable discoveries about nature.
49. Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)
Pretty, petite, colorful, and very kind, that’s what the winged fairy Tinker Bell brings to generations of Walt Disney’s small audiences; in a dream world where children can fly and stay young forever, Tinker Bell is a perfect bridge between “reality” and dreams. Because of these miracles, the little fairy becomes the target of the hateful pirates in the movie.
50. Robot Wall-E (Wall-E)
The robot Wall-E is not a hero, not a typical character, but the personification that the filmmakers put on WALL-E makes viewers feel touched and admired. Little WALL-E is ready to cross the galaxy to find the one she loves, unknowingly giving an entire generation of humans hope to return to their beloved earth.