Top 10 Most Controversial Cartoon Characters

Characters who were considered controversial at some point in time.
The Top Ten
1 Eric Cartman (South Park) Eric Theodore Cartman, often referred to just by his surname, is a main character, as well as a major antagonist and occasional antihero in the animated television series South Park, created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker, and voiced by Parker. He is one of four central characters in South Park, along with Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, and Kenny McCormick. Cartman first appeared, originally in prototypical... read more

For all y'all who think Bart is badder than Cartman, watch the season finale that says Family Guy has dolphins make up the plot line. Cartman meets Bart, and he's like, What's the worst thing you've ever done? Bart's like, One time I slingshotted the teacher, and Cartman said all this stuff. I don't remember it all, but one was ending a whole race of lobsters. Then, at the end, Bart is just like, Dude, and he runs away or something.

Eric Cartman is the most controversial character here. Bart Simpson isn't controversial AT ALL. Dora the Explorer isn't controversial either. Do you even know the definition of controversial? Cartman has been a second Hitler in one episode. That's the most controversial I can think of.

I have to vote for Eric because he is one of the most controversial characters yet one of the funniest characters.

2 Bart Simpson (The Simpsons) Bartholomew JoJo "Bart" Simpson is the oldest child, and the only son, in the 1987 show The Simpsons. He was created by Matt Groening. His hobbies are pranking people including Lisa Simpson and Homer Simpson.

Bart Simpson is controversial, considering he's always breaking the rules and the law: he sawed off the head of a statue, he destroyed Willie's shack, and was even sent to juvenile hall.

Bart isn't controversial. Homer is the controversial one.

3 Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit) Jessica Rabbit is a fictional character in Who Censored Roger Rabbit? and its loose film adaptation, Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

She is the most controversial and one of the most sexist characters in cartoons, and even really very pornographic.

God, change that nasty image. I have seen enough things in my lifetime.

Can control your sexuality.

4 Peter Griffin (Family Guy) Peter Griffin is the main protagonist and titular character of the American animated sitcom Family Guy.

Almost everything Peter Griffin says or does is offensive.

5 George Liquor (Ren & Stimpy)

I think he only got controversy through his last name. Otherwise, he's basically as controversial as the show itself.

6 Stewie Griffin (Family Guy) Stewart Gilligan "Stewie" Griffin is a main character from the animated television series Family Guy. Obsessed with violence and matricide, Stewie is the youngest child of Peter and Lois Griffin, and the brother of Meg and Chris Griffin.
7 Porygon (Pokemon) Porygon, known in Japan as the same name, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise.

Porygon does not deserve the controversy he gets. It's actually Pikachu that caused 600+ people to be hospitalized.

8 Silver Spooner (Dexter's Laboratory)
9 The Crows (Dumbo)

Were deemed racist even though they were never intended to be racist.

10 Apu Nahasapeemapetilon (The Simpsons)

I don't think he's a character anymore, because of racism and stereotypes.

I like Apu, and that makes sense because Apu is racist.

This guy is racist.

The Contenders
11 Becky Miyamoto (Paniponi Dash!)
12 Alisha Diphda (Tales of Zestiria)
13 Derpy (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic)
14 Minerva Mink (Animaniacs)
15 Beverly Bighead (Rocko's Modern Life) Beverly "Bev" Bighead is a fictional character in the cartoon series Rocko's Modern Life and the comic book series of the same name.

No joke, she gives someone an almost Minerva Mink-level foot fetish tease in the episode "Leap Frogs."

16 Mr. Krabs (SpongeBob SquarePants) Eugene H. Krabs, or simply Mr. Krabs, is a fictional character in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants.

He could encourage extreme greed in kids because he usually cares more about money than life.

17 Sailor Uranus (Sailor Moon)
18 Bliss (The Powerpuff Girls)
19 Sailor Neptune (Sailor Moon)
20 Tom (Tom & Jerry)

A lot of people would say Tom and Jerry aren't controversial. I disagree. During the 1930s, a lot of the antics by the characters featured racial stereotypes. For instance, after explosions, the characters' faces would often resemble stereotypical Blacks with large lips.

Honestly, those cartoons are long banned.

21 Bosko (Looney Tunes)
22 Brian Griffin (Family Guy) Brian H. Griffin, popularly known without his middle initial as Brian Griffin, is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy.
23 Speedy Gonzalez (Looney Tunes)

I wouldn't say that because when his cartoons were being banned, Mexicans said they were never offended by them.

24 Rainbow Dash (My Little Pony Friendship is Magic) Rainbow Dash is a female Pegasus pony from the 2010 kids' show, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. She represents the element of loyalty and is one of the six main characters on the show.

Her name is composed of "Rainbow" (referring to the color of her mane, the sonic rainboom she performed, and her previous occupation as a weather pony) and "Dash" (referring to her love for flying and her... read more

She certainly has a mixed reputation on this site.

For little girls under the age of 12.

Two words: toxic fanbase.

25 Carim Gracia (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS)

Controversial due to being basically the closest thing the Lyrical Nanoha universe has to the Pope, being similar to a Christian nun/priest, and being portrayed in a positive light, which I imagine must have gotten this season banned in some countries.

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