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Thursday, October 20, 2005

cartoon heroes....????

Am I the only one who has ever seen a cartoon hero and gone.... hmmmmm....

Like the artist in The Iron Giant. Yeah, he's a little skinny, but still, if that was a real guy~artistic, loves kids, sense of humor You get the picture.

I was watching Brother Bear last night with my kids. Now I do have to admit, I am partial to this movie anyway. It's set in prehistoric Alaska~my husband is a native Alaskan, and bears a pretty good resemblance to one of the brothers... Denahi. That's him on the left. And by the way, the picture is copywrighted to Disney, naturally. I just liked it and wanted to use it.

But Sitka and Denahi~now for cartoon guys, they are pretty darn good looking. Am I the only one who has done this... please say no Granted, I do have to watch cartoons. ALOT. With a four year old and a six year old, there's little way around it.

The movie, The Last Unicorn, can't remember his name, but the king's son. He was good looking. The young guy in Lilo and Stitch, the one interested in Nani, Lilo's older sister. Can't remember his name either, but he looked pretty cute in the little red skirt like thing he wore to that fake Hawaiin Luau.

Yeesh... my brain runs along the weirdest tracks.


Lucy Monroe said...

Shi...I'm totally grinning here because I think some cartoon heroes are way more attractive than many of the Hollywood hotties everyone raves about. :)

My favorite? The soldier in Mulan...the one who leads the Emperor's troups and ends up in love with her. He's a doll.


Marianne LaCroix said...

I'm partial to Sitka too. Buff and all. You aren't the only one who sat back and said hmmmmm

Shiloh Walker said...

oh man lucy! I forgot about him. He is a doll~

LuAnn McLane said...

Oh Shi you crack me up, but yeah, I think cartoon guys can be hot especially now that the cartoons are so life-like. I don't watch them so much anymore because my kids are older but yeah I have to agree about the hot factor. I think that as romance writers and readers we really appreciate the beauty of the story and the fact that it is a cartoon sort of fades as our imagination takes over. Of course the voices that they use sure does help, too ;-)