50 Hottest Cartoon Characters Of All Time


At one point in time cartoons were strictly for kids. This, of course, isn’t the case anymore, we have animated shows and movies featuring nudity, sex and of course hot women. Even cartoons not meant for adults feature female characters who are smoking hot. Today we are going to be counting down the sexiest female cartoon characters of the last 80 years.

Just a brief warning, this list isn’t for everyone…it’s going to get a little weird, not going to lie. Leave your thoughts in the comment section below and please don’t judge us.

50. Sailor Venus – Sailor Moon (1995-2000)

Sailor Venus

What exactly was the fascination with Sailor Moon? A bunch of young Japanese (who are oddly Americanized) girls with short short skirts who…oh we get the appeal. Sailor Venus dreams of saving the day but often runs away from bad guys like…a girl. Anyway, we don’t know what appeal was for girls…oh wait, we just got it.

49. Misty – Pokémon (1998– Present)

Pokemon Misty Bikini

While many prefer bad girl Jessie we of course prefer our favorite tomboy Misty appeared on several seasons of the Pokémon anime, in the Electric Tale of Pikachu manga, the Ash & Pikachu manga, toys, books, and all other Pokemon media. Misty’s title is “The Tomboyish Mermaid.”

48. Josie McCoy – Josie and the Pussycats (1970–1972)

Josie and the Pussycats Theme

We have sweet-natured redhead Josie, her ditzy blonde bombshell friend Melody, and the brainy, pessimistic, brunette Pepper. We loved them all equally, those hard-rocking girls made it cool for girl to rock out with their smock out.

47. Teela – He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983-1985)

Tella

Teela (spelled Tee-La in the early minicomics) is a character from the Masters of the Universe franchise. She often assisted He-Man and he never once tried any funny business. What the hell was wrong with this guy?!

46. Wilma Flintstone – The Flintstones (1960-1966)

Flintstone Women

Slim, pretty, and awesome, Wilma surprisingly has no calluses on her feet despite the fact that she never wore any damn shoes, Wilma was quite the catch for prehistoric times. Heck she’s quite the catch today. Betty Rubble wasn’t too shabby either.

45. Princess Kitana – Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm (1996)

Princess Kitana Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm, known as Mortal Kombat: The Animated Series outside of the U.S., is a cartoon series based on the popular Mortal Kombat video game series (mainly Mortal Kombat 3). One of our favorite characters also happens to be the hottest of the show…that would be Miss Princess Kitana.

44. Alice Tompkins – The Critic (1994-1995)

Alice Tompkins The Critic

You might not remember her or Jon Lovitz’s ridiculously underrated cartoon about a bald, fat, and generally unpleasant movie critic, but we had a major crush on Alice since forever. A picture can’t explain how sexy her Tennessee accent was. It launched her from good looking chick to full-blown hottie.

43. Erin Esurance – Esurance Spokeswoman

Erin Esurance

The only character who doesn’t have her own show or movie, she simply appears in commercials trying to sell us insurance. The pink haired beauty may not have convinced us to switch to Esurance but she has convinced us to Google some erotic fan art.

42. Minerva Mink – Animaniacs (1993–1998)

Minerva Mink

Minerva Mink (originally called Marilyn Mink, after movie bombshell Marilyn Monroe) is the second hottest character on Animaniacs (the other one we’ll get to momentarily). Her original design had her wearing no cloths but we guess they finally decided that might be inappropriate.

41. Morrigan Aensland – Darkstalkers (1995-1996)

Morrigan Aensland

Morrigan Aensland was featured in two shows, Darkstalkers and later, The Frollo Show. Morrigan can transform into a bat and can call forth balls of energy. She otherwise fights hand-to-hand. Very badly. It doesn’t matter because she has almighty power of hotness.

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