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Funny animal, Anthropomorphic, or Furry

Funny animal characters (like these from a 1930 Ub Iwerks cartoon) often exhibit human-like behavior such as wearing clothes, standing on two legs, manipulating objects with their hands, and talking.
 
This topic covers comics that fall under various genre.

Funny animal is a cartooning term for the genre of comics and animated cartoons in which the main characters are humanoid or talking animals, with anthropomorphic personality traits. The characters themselves may also be called funny animals. Well-known examples include Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny and Tom & Jerry.

While many funny animal stories are light-hearted and humorous, the genre is not exclusively comedic. Dark or serious stories featuring characters of this sort can also be grouped under the "funny animals" category, sometimes referred to as anthropomorphics to avoid confusion over the range of genres. These stories may intersect with any other genre or group of genres, including historical fiction, science fiction, superhero, western, slapstick comedy, children's entertainment, and satire.[1]

In the 1940s, Fawcett Comics published a comic book entitled Funny Animals, featuring such characters as Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, an anthropomorphic rabbit version of Captain Marvel.

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References

  1. ^ Markstein, Don. "Toonopedia: Funny Animal". http://www.toonopedia.com/glossary.htm#funnyanimal. Retrieved 2006-12-27.  

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