Please find below a curated list of 455 of The Best Cartoon Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Cartoon Quotes that resonate.
If you’re a cartoon character or most TV characters, sure, you’ll fight, because the punches are juicy-sounding and they don’t leave marks. But in real life, if somebody punches you in the eye, it doesn’t make any noise and your eye is swollen for, like, six months. It’s a nightmare to get punched in the eye.
We tried to make it more than just a cartoon. It was a cartoon, but we tried to make it more than it was to begin with. And I have 300,000 followers from Turkey, Romania, Poland, and places over there that love Life With Louie, where it was translated into their language. They love it. They are absolutely in love with it. And it just goes to show you: no matter where you go, it’s always about family.
Philip Kitcher has composed the most formidable defense of the secular view of life since Dewey. Unlike almost all of contemporary atheism, Life After Faith is utterly devoid of cartoons and caricatures of religion. It is, instead, a sober and soulful book, an exemplary practice of philosophical reflection. Scrupulous in its argument, elegant in its style, humane in its spirit, it is animated by a stirring aspiration to wisdom. Even as I quarrel with it I admire it.
There is a clear acknowledgement all over the world that we should not teach people to read and then to leave them without literature. For they would then relapse into a dreary and ultimately dangerous state of half-education, in which they would be easily satisfied by crude semi-pictorial approximations of the strip cartoon and by the abundant supply of degenerate literature which destroys, rather than promotes, a capacity to face the problems of the world with skill and courage
An actor uses his body as a tool and an instrument. In the same way a musician plays an instrument, the actor uses his body to convey feeling and emotion. An animator uses a pencil or a computer to create the same thing, the same exact way… An actor is taking words that are not his own, and he has to bring some kind of authentic life to those words. It’s the same goal, to create this authentic life. Even if it’s a drawing, or if it’s a cartoon, you’re still trying to create authenticity because, if the character emotes authentically, it has a power to connect with the audience.
My drawing came out of editorial-style cartoons. Music was one thing and art was another, and there weren’t really any standards for my art. My work was just drawings. They weren’t done with any aspirations of becoming a part of punk scene. They weren’t about punk. They were just collections of drawings, some of which I xeroxed and sold.