TV Acres - TV Shows with the themes of Art &
- An encyclopedic collection of Japanese "Anime"(animation)
characters with illustrations, characters profiles and anime works aired
on TV. Has entries to shows like Astro Boy, Marine Boy,
Prince Planet, Sailor Moon, Speed Racer and Voltron.
Anime Animal Preserve.
Big Cartoon Data Base The BCDB strives to be the
largest online searchable database of cartoon shorts and
animation on the Internet. This Encyclopedia of Cartoon facts
- a "Tooncylpedia" if you will - is here for you to
explore, and to bring back memories of those long-forgotten
cartoons of your childhood. The BCDB's goal is to have every
relevant fact about any cartoon, right at your fingertips!
Cartoon Art Museum- Opened in 1987 with an
endowment from Peanuts creator Charles Schultz, the San
Francisco-based Cartoon Art Museum is the only museum in the
United States dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of
cartoon art in all its forms. This unique institution houses
approximately 6,000 original pieces in its permanent
collection; a complete volume research/library facility is
located on the museum's premises. In addition to seven major
exhibitions a year, the museum has a classroom for cartoon art
and a bookstore. Check their
links page for an extensive list of other sites in the web.
Cartoon Network - The home of cartoons online - the best
cartoons from the past and best new cartoons, on TV and on the
web. The Cartoon Network is a trademarks
of Turner Entertainment, a division of AOL Time Warner, Inc.
Chuck Jones Characters - Chronicles the animated characters created by Chuck Jones
including such favorites as Bugs Bunny, Daffy, Duck, Elmer
Fudd, Sylvester the Cat and Tweety Pie the bird.
Markstein's Toonopedia - "A Vast Repository of
Toonological Knowledge" Welcome to the world's first hypertext
encyclopedia of toons, one of the Internet's most
comprehensive source of U.S. cartoon characters.
Hanna Barbera.com - Devoted to
a selection of Hanna Barbera
classic cartoon TV series produced the
1950's. It includes images, character
profiles, and show outlines, plus basic
information about the creators themselves.
Jerry Beck's Cartoon Research - "Dedicated To Classic
Cartoons: Past, Present & Future" this
site contains a myriad of cartoons materials such as section
for animated features from 1937 to 2002, and a nice
Frequently Asked Questions section that provides answers to
such questions as "Was Tweety Pie the bird a boy or girl?"
(Answer: A boy canary).
Marvel Comics Characters - Use this database to get
biographies on all of the comic book super heroes and villains
that populate the Marvel Universe. Many of their characters
appeared on their own TV series or cartoons like Captain
America, The Fantastic Four, TheIncredible Hulk, The
Amazing Spider-man, and The X-Men.
Superhero Cartoon Database - Online since 1991,
there are over 150 different Superhero Cartoons here. Each
Superhero Cartoon page has episodes, information, casts,
lists, and most have pictures. We are always adding new
Superhero Cartoons and updating the Superhero Cartoon pages we
already have, so be sure to check back often!
Hero Encyclopedia- A wonderful
collection of Super Heroes derived from both popular comic
books and TV Cartoon and TV series adaptations. Gives
biographical summary of characters and nice color
Topher's Breakfast Cereal Character Guide - This
guide was created as a fun and educational reference on all
your favorite cereal box characters from the early 1900's to
the present. Cereal companies featured include General Mills,
Kellogg's Post, Quaker Oats, Ralston, Nestle and Nabisco among
Warner Bros. Cartoon Filmography & Title Card Gallery
- Created by Dave Mackey, the site is "Dedicated to Mom, who
loved Tweety. The Title Card Gallery is dedicated to the
memory of Don Foster, WB's unsung title and graphics wizard
for many years." Features both an "alphabetical" and "by
years" (1929-1964) index to the information.