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51. "Cartoons are the best stuff on TV. 'Wonder Showzen,' 'Aqua Teen,' 'SpongeBob,' and, of course, 'South Park' - one of the funniest shows ever made."
Author: Akiva Schaffer
52. "Like a submarine ejecting ballast, he bobbed to the surface as another sense pulled his eyelids all the way open like roller blinds in the old cartoons."
Author: Andrew Barrett
53. "I keep waiting, like in the cartoons, for an anvil to drop on my head."
Author: Angie Harmon
54. "I can still do clothing, movies, cartoons. I'mma get mine regardless. Whether I put an album out or not, I'm still gonna see a check."
Author: Beanie Sigel
55. "In Roslyn, Pennsylvania, we started our real-life family circus. They provided the inspiration for my cartoons. I provided the perspiration."
Author: Bil Keane
56. "Many of my cartoons are not a belly laugh. I go for nostalgia, the lump in the throat, the tear in the eye, the tug in the heart."
Author: Bil Keane
57. "I didn't always spell my name Bil. My parents named me Bill, but when I started drawing cartoons on the wall, they knocked the 'L' out of me."
Author: Bil Keane
58. "I'm a great admirer of cartoons, because I can't do cartoons."
Author: Bruce McCall
59. "Cartoons are not real drawings, because they are drawings intended to be read."
Author: Chris Ware
60. "The Gorillaz cartoons seem more real to me than the actual people on TV. Because at least you know that there's some intelligence behind the cartoons, and there's a lot of work that's gone into it, so it can't all be just a lie."
Author: Damon Albarn
61. "I like cartoons. I like 'Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.' It's funny! It has things that kids wouldn't get. It's like, if you're mature, you get it. I like that and 'The Fairly OddParents.'"
Author: David Archuleta
62. "Every week when my batch of weekly cartoons would go to FedEx, it felt like a small miracle. Then in a few days, it's 'Here we go again.'"
Author: Gary Larson
63. "Newspapers across the country and the world have published cartoons that have gone beyond reasonable differences of opinion and expanded into the realm of antisemitism."
Author: Gordon Smith
64. "[on the future of hand-drawn animation] I'm actually not that worried. I wouldn't give up on it completely. Once in a while there are strange, rich people who like to invest in odd things. You're going to have people in the corners of garages making cartoons to please themselves. And I'm more interested in those people than I am in big business."
Author: Hayao Miyazaki
65. "Tana would sit near the door to the basement with fingers in her ears, tears and snot running down her face as she cried and cried and cried. And little Pearl would toddle up, crying, too. They cried while they ate their cereal, cried while they watched cartoons, and cried themselves to sleep at night, huddled together in Tana's little bed. 'Make her stop' Pearl said, but Tana couldn't."
Author: Holly Black
66. "I grew up on comics and cartoons. So, as an adult, I like comics and cartoons."
Author: J. Michael Straczynski
67. "94 was a good year to be twelve. Star Wars still had two more years as Box Office King, cartoons were still hand-drawn, and the Disney "D" still looked like a backwards "G." Words like "Columbine," "Al Qaeda" and "Y2K" were not synonymous with "terror," and 9-1-1 was an emergency number instead of a date. At twelve years old, summer still mattered. Monarch caterpillars still crawled beneath every milkweed leaf. Dandelions (or "wishes" as Mara called them) were flowers instead of pests. And divorce was still considered a tragedy. Before Mara, carnivals didn't make me sick."
Author: Jake Vander Ark
68. "'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' is my first book, and it's the fulfillment of a life-long dream. I had always wanted to be a cartoonist, but I found that it was very tough to break into the world of newspaper syndication. So I started playing with a style that mixed cartoons and 'traditional' writing, and that's how 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' was born."
Author: Jeff Kinney
69. "I happen to have a certain fondness for existing--soda wouldn't have that lovely fizzy feeling if you were dead. Think of all the things you would miss: Cartoons, music, movies, video games, music, art, fingernail growth, sex...well, perhaps not sex, depending on how weird your mortician is."
Author: Jhonen Vasquez
70. "As soon as I found out how compartmentalized the industry was, I realized, Well, no wonder the cartoons are so bad."
Author: John Kricfalusi
71. "You remember the old Roadrunner cartoons, where the coyote would run off a cliff and keep going, until he looked down and happened to notice that he was running on nothing more than air?""Yeah.""Well," he said, "I always used to wonder what would have happened if he'd never looked down. Would the air have stayed solid under his feet until he reached the other side? I think we're all like that. We start heading out across this canyon, looking straight ahead at the thing that matters, but something, some fear or insecurity, makes us look down. And we see we're walking on air, and we panic, and turn around and scramble like hell to get back to solid ground. And if we just wouldn't look down, we could make it to the other side. The place where things matter."
Author: Jonathan Tropper
72. "I first pitched the idea of doing a series of cartoons based on Bible stories. They didn't much like it."
Author: Joseph Barbera
73. "Making cartoons means very hard work at every step of the way, but creating a successful cartoon character is the hardest work of all."
Author: Joseph Barbera
74. "After I had done a handful of cartoons I was satisfied with, I started submitting them to the magazines."
Author: Joseph Barbera
75. "Harris loved to read and he shared everything he read. He read to whoever happened to be in the room from whatever paper he happened to be making his way through. Ann Landers and the horoscope, of course, headlines, cartoons, Miss Manners, Heloise, the lives of others, in many forms, long articles on astronomy or anthropology, political pieces, op-ed pieces, book reviews, church bazaars, executions, plane crashes, disco artists, whatever caught his interest."
Author: Lewis Nordan
76. "Cartoons have always been an enjoyment to me... a relaxation... I get my ideas from everyday events."
Author: Matthew Ashford
77. "There's a whole psychological reason for those cartoons about good against evil. We have "Superman" and all those other hero people, so that we can go out into life and try to be something. I've got most of Disney's animated movies on video-tapes, and when we watch them. Oh, I could just eat it, eat it. […] Jimmy Cricket, Pinocchio, Mickey Mouse – these are world-known characters. Some of the greatest political figures have come to the United States to meet them."
Author: Michael Jackson
78. "I see myself as an artist who happens to do cartoons."
Author: Pat Oliphant
79. "You don't make a fortune doing cartoons. It's a lot of fun, it keeps you busy, and it's better than a kick in the pants, absolutely. But doing voiceover work doesn't make you rich. It just doesn't."
Author: Patrick Warburton
80. "There is too much illustrating of the news these days. I look at many editorial cartoons and I don't know what the cartoonists are saying or how they feel about a certain issue."
Author: Paul Conrad
81. "Now we really like to put people in boxes. As men, we do it because we don't understand characters that aren't ourselves and we aren't willing to put ourselves in the skin of those characters and women, I think, terrify us. We tend not to write women as human beings. It's cartoons we're making now. And that's a shame."
Author: Paul Haggis
82. "I grew up, obviously, watching tons of animation; Saturday morning cartoons or anything that we could get our hands on. And then when 'The Simpsons' premiered, that just kind of changed the landscape of everything. We hadn't had prime time animations since 'The Flintstones.'"
Author: Rachael MacFarlane
83. "They began by controlling books of cartoons and then detective books and, of course, films, one way or another, one group or another, political bias, religious prejudice, union pressure; there was always a minority afraid of something, and a great majority afraid of the dark, afraid of the future, afraid of the past, afraid of the present, afraid of themselves and shadows of themselves."
Author: Ray Bradbury
84. "More sports for everyone, group spirit, fun and you don't have to think, eh? Organize and organize and superorganize super-super sports. More cartoons in books. More pictures. The mind drinks less and less."
Author: Ray Bradbury
85. "Not a good book. It attempts to take a complex subject and make it assessable to the layman with cartoons, and in this effort it fails. Moreover, the authors often take biased stances, and while I agree with them for the most part it nonetheless detracts from any scholarly offerings in which they wish to partake."
Author: Richard Appignanesi
86. "Frozen yogurt is tastier than ice cream, nobody is too old for cartoons, bald men are sexy, chocolate is the best medicine, BIG books are better, cats secretly rule the planet, and everything should be available in the color pink, including monster trucks."
Author: Richelle E. Goodrich
87. "He dropped the rest of the Cokes into the grave and pulled out a whitepaper bag decorated with cartoons. I hadn't seen one in years, but Irecognized it — a McDonald's Happy Meal.He turned it upside down and shook the fries and hamburger into the grave."In my day, we used animal blood," the ghost mumbled. "It's perfectly good enough. They can't taste the difference.""I will treat them with respect," Nico said."At least let me keep the toy," the ghost said."
Author: Rick Riordan
88. "It's not really a guilty pleasure, but I love old cartoons. I could watch Bugs Bunny and Tweety all day long."
Author: Robbie Amell
89. "And, uh, I've got about six thousand cartoons up there, also books and papers."
Author: Rube Goldberg
90. "Scientists need to invent a way to make DNA work like in cartoons."
Author: Ryan North
91. "Recently , crowds of thousands gathered throughout the Muslim world - burning European embassies, issuing threats, taking hostages, even killing people - in protest over twelve cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad that were first published in a Danish newspaper. When was the last atheist riot?"
Author: Sam Harris
92. "Some of those cartoons look nothing like me."
Author: Sarah Sutton
93. "He had a green chili passion wanting to explain. Explain why the wilderness is useless and tree frogs and red squirrels are nothing more than orphan cartoons."
Author: Scott F. Gandert
94. "I like physics, but I love cartoons."
Author: Stephen Hawking
95. "The way people love sci-fi is how I love cartoons."
Author: Tatiana Maslany

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