The world of cartoons is full of classic characters that have been around for decades. For example, when I was growing up in the ’90s, I watched The Simpsons and Spongebob Squarepants with my siblings every day. But what about those cartoons that never got made into movies or TV shows? Some are just too ugliest cartoon characters to be mainstream entertainment. Here are ten examples of these kind of characters:
The Babadook is a 2014 Australian psychological horror film directed by Jennifer Kent and written by her and her partner, Kristian Moliere. The film tells the story of a single mother who struggles to cope with the death of her son after he becomes obsessed with an imaginary creature called “The Babadook.”
Gargamel is the main antagonist of the Smurfs. He is an evil wizard who wants to capture the Smurfs, and he’s also a blue cat-like creature with a bald head and pointy ears.
Spongebob is a cartoon sea sponge. He lives in a pineapple with his pet snail Gary, works at the Krusty Krab and makes friends with Patrick Star.
Spongebob’s voice actor is Tom Kenny, who also voices other characters on the show like Mr. Krabs, Squidward Tentacles, Plankton and Sandy Cheeks (the latter two being villains).
Mr. Burns is the owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, who is also known as one of the most evil and richest men in Springfield. He has a lot of money, but he’s not happy about it because he feels like his life has been ruined by his fortune:
“Money changes everything,” says Mr. Burns in “The Simpsons”, “and no one knows this better than me.”
The Cat Lady From Coraline
The cat lady from Coraline is a creepy character. She’s a villain in the movie, and she has an ugliest cartoon characters that looks like it was designed by someone who doesn’t know how to draw. It’s also hard to understand what she’s saying because she speaks with an accent that isn’t necessarily British or American but maybe Australian? Whatever it is, it makes it difficult for us to understand her words when they come out of her mouth (which are often screams).
She lives alone in this old house filled with cats—and if you’ve seen any horror movies before then you know what happens next: people start getting murdered by those same cats! In fact, there are so many murders committed by these animals that eventually everyone realizes something needs done about them before more people die at their hands… which means we’re going into another story where someone tries/trysts agains them again (and again).
Snidley Whiplash is the main antagonist of Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties. He is a former circus performer and leader of the Snidely Whiplash Gang, who once worked for J. Wellington Wimpy before leaving him with his fortune at an auction to fund their criminal activities.
Snidley has a mustache, one eye (the other being hidden behind an eye patch), and wears blue overalls with yellow stripes down the legs and arms; however, these colors may vary from film to film or even scene to scene within any given film. His hair is also unevenly cut and grayed at times even though he’s supposed to be younger than Daffy Duck (who has black hair).
The Tooth Fairy Villain From Rise of the Guardians
The Tooth Fairy Villain is the main antagonist in Rise of the Guardians. He is a spirit that steals children’s teeth, and he wants to take over the world. The Tooth Fairy Villain was defeated by Jack Frost and his friends, who held him down while they beat him up with their snowballs.
Some cartoons are made to be ugly.
Some cartoons are made to be ugly.
Some cartoons are made to be cute.
Some characters are meant to be ugly, but it’s OK if they’re not! They can still be funny and/or scary.
Like many cartoons, the characters of these shows are not always what they seem. Some are really ugly and mean, but in the end they all have a good heart. Hopefully you will enjoy watching them as much as I do!