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Top 30 Coolest Cartoon Characters: Best Cartoon Pictures From the 70 s, 80 s, and 90 s. Free!

Want to know the coolest cartoon characters out there? Want to add one of these cartoon pictures to your facebook profile? Well, we have found the Top 30 Coolest Cartoon Characters around from the 70 s, 80 s & 90 s! And they’re right here for you.

Millions are switching their Facebook profile photo to cartoon characters as part of an effort to combat child abuse. The idea is to build awareness of violence-prevention. And let’s hope this does just that! If you are looking to change your face to one of the coolest cartoons around…like Spiderman, Speedy Gonzales, Bugs Bunny, The Powderpuff Girls, Wonder Woman or Hong Kong Phooey, you’ve come to the right spot.

Click after the jump to view the Top 30 Coolest Cartoon Characters! And do your part to raise violence-prevention awareness!

Spiderman

Underdog

Pepe Le Pew

Velma. You think no?  Think, Tina Fey.

Daria. Also, Tina Fey.

Marcie. Once again, Tina Fey.

Foghorn Leghorn. Pretty much the opposite of Tina Fey.

But back to Scooby Doo. The coolest character in the show: The Mystery Machine.

Rosie from the Jetsons.

Astro in the Jetsons

Grape Ape. Trust us…cool.

Hong Kong Phooey

Hiiiiiiii-yaaaahh!

Homer Simpson. Of course.

Rudy from Fat Albert. Of course.

Green Lantern. Yum.

Wonder Woman. If only for the invisible jet.

Mr. Magoo. We love bald guys!

The Grinch. Grumpy but still cool.

Speed Racer. Nice ride.

Captain Caveman. Just completely bananas.

Mr. and Mrs. Pac-Man. The family!

The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan. My favorite band.

Josie and the Pussy Cats. My favorite Halloween costumes.

Jabberjaw. Completely weird to the point of cool.

Shazzan! My first crush.

Quick Draw McGraw. Just because.

Space Ghost and Dino Boy. A bit obscure. But super cool.

Speedy Gonzales. My favorite.

The Powerderpuff Girls. They are rad. Period.

And of course. The ultimate in cool. Bugs Bunny.

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