They often seem to be powerless but, turns out, they manage to even change the way we dream. What an amazing source of inspiration they are!
Sharp and fast boys and girls, old monkeys, phantoms, ducks, penguins, lobsters and all sorts of superheroes.
Their spirit and their names are witty, pure-hearted, and funny.
Looking for a baby name can be adventurous and funny, exactly the same as watching your favorite cartoon character trying his best in his imaginative world where amazing things actually drop from the sky into their lap… Ok. Sometimes on to their head as well.
Comic and satirical art can be traced back to ancient times. Cartoon artists, scriptwriters, and sketchers have exhausted their imagination since the first issue of “Action Comics” in 1938 that introduced Superman to the world.
Seven years earlier Walt Disney produced the first animated cartoon in Technicolor and since then movies became one of the most lovable children’s destination.
From wishing upon a star to solving mysteries when grown-ups fail to do so, cartoon stories are inspiring, heartfelt and hilarious.
The world of cartoons is more colorful and safer than our world and definitely a world that dreams come true.
In the fantastic cartoon planet, the girl kisses the frog who magically transforms into a handsome prince.
In real life, sometimes happens the opposite: the girl kisses the prince and turns him into a frog.
If you have a favorite hero, no matter if he’s a talking car or a blue fish with big eyelashes and short-term memory problems, go ahead and read our list of baby names inspired by cartoon characters.
A baby name inspired by a cartoon is the first step in a world full of joy and fantasy.
Baby boy names inspired by cartoons
Andy – Toy Story
Bruce – Finding Nemo
Dennis – Dennis the Menace
Elmer – Looney Tunes
Felix – Felix the cat
Herman – Roger Rabbit
Sebastian – The Little Mermaid
Thomas – The Aristocats
Wallace – Wallace and Gromit