Top 10 Saddest Cartoon Character Deaths
I literally teared up when Brian died. Regardless of how you feel about the canine, everyone can agree that this was one of the saddest deaths in cartoon history. Good thing Stewie went back in time and saved him.
I liked him in the earlier seasons of Family Guy, but now he's so annoying. I wished he stayed dead.
All most died my crying
Next time kill Quagmire.
Sad. She was one of the most decent characters on the show.
Nah this was funny
It was a good death
South Park, a show that never failed to make me laugh, made me tear up over an orange perverted Sinnamon roll. Great job Trey and Matt.
I cry every time! Every, single, time!
At least he never stays dead.
How did Karen plankton die spongebob and Patrick under the heat lamp was a much sadder scene
Murphy was the only true friend Lisa ever had.
Cat and Rancid Rabbit were happy when HorseDuck died. Dog didn't really care. Mr. Sunshine was the only one that was actually upset. He is also the one with no attachment to HorseDuck. HorseDuck is awesome too. Cat and Rancid are so greedy.
He was my favorite and he left South Park acting because his cult of Scientology was insulted.
Why is Brian 1? He was becoming a total jackass so I'm glad he's dead but pops sacrificed himself to save the universe
At least it was of natural causes.
After an entire episode of Fry trying to clone his 1000 years gone dog, accompanied by flash backs of his dog trying to find him, he changed his mind in the end after seeing the effort Bender put in to try to get Fry's attention, as he felt he was going to be replaced by the dog. He would say that Seymour (his dog) probably forgot about him anyways and moved on, as Fry walked away from the fossilized remains of his old friend.
However, that would be contradicted in the following scene, showing Seymour waiting outside of Fry's work a 1000 years in the past, after Fry was frozen. It would show the years pass as he aged and the pizzaria close down, sitting in the same spot he would sit at as he waited for Fry to get out of work, before he was frozen. At the end of the flashback, he slowly laid down his feeble body and closed his eyes, presumably for the last time, alone, but loyally awaiting for Fry even to the very end.
He wasn't a big character but he left me bawling when he died.
Saddest, I never cried because of any movie, but this death almost did.
He was a great king
Not a cartoon. Anime.
Anime, not a cartoon.
Zane was seen in "The Titanium Ninja where he sacrifices himself in order to destroy the overlord to protect his friends. At the end of the episode Kai gives a speech at Zane's funeral and hopefully Zane might be still alive in the next episode.
I wouldn't be watching South Park without Kyle, and this is why I don't watch Imaginationland! What's even more sad is the reason why Cartman revived him
Here's what's also sad: If Kyle hadn't made that agreement with Cartman (or if he had already done "it"), then he wouldn't have revived him. Cartman would've just paraded all around and let Kyle be :(
Another anime. Not a cartoon.
He doesn't die.
In Atlas' last appearance in the series (Atlas Forever), Astro Boy found out that he was Atlas' brother. At the end of the episode, Atlas gave up his evil ways and sacrificed himself to save the world.
It is so sad that Atlas tried to Save Mr. Tokugawa from getting sucked away from space. And Astro tried to give him a hand to pull him over. But Atlas refused to help Astro as he drifts away into space.
Atlas died in an shuttle accident of trying to Save his father. And he floats off I to space.
This episode is from Astro vs. Atlas.
This has to be the most heartbreaking one of them all.
Anime again, though it was pretty sad.
Poor guy, he suffered a lot in the short time he lived, but at least he went the best way - by defending his home with his friends.