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Blonde Hair Cartoons

I know cartoon with blonde hair is complete for a Japanese audience; thus, these characters write in Japanese. However, I’ve been wondering about something for a while, like in anime like DBZ, Naruto, Sailor Moon and many more. Why are so many of these characters blonde? I know anime characters have hair not found in real life, so is it reflective of that or something?

Flapper Girl

It was the first flapper girl cartoon. She made her first presence on August 9, 1926, in the Dizzy Dishes cartoon, the seventh instalment in Fleischer’s Talkartoon series. Although actress Clara Bow often credits her as the inspiration for Boop, some say she began as an exaggeration of singer Helen Kane. The latter performed in style shared by many artists of the day.

Grim Natwick, a veteran animator at Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks studios, was primarily responsible for creating the animated videos or characters, modelled after the figure of Helen Kane. In addition, an American singer and actress was hire by Paramount Pictures, the studio that distributed the cartoons—animated by Max Fleischer. Again, following standard practice, Grim Natwick made a new animal character; in this case, his new animated character was a French poodle dog.

Jem and the Holograms


Jam is an American cartoon series created in 1985, which moved within adventure, action, romance, and rock music, all within the musical atmosphere of the 1980s, its fashion, aesthetics, and youth culture. are made. The series was initially creates to sell a new line of dolls created by Hasbro. After three years of success and declining doll sales, the series cancel in 1988. In 2015, film director Jon M. Chu directed a new live-action film based on Hasbro’s dolls: Jem and the Holograms.

At first, the story conceives by the main character Morgan Benton, who with his male friends transformed to form a musical group where Morgan became a mysterious man M, and his friends became mysterious men. Still, Hasbro adapted the series leaving aside the detail that the men transform into mysterious men to avoid confusion. Also, M doesn’t exist because, in the United States, you can’t register a trademark with just one letter. So the company had to change its name from



He-Man is a fictional appeal within the Masters of the Universe universe. He has been associated with the DC Comics universe since he purchased Nature. In most variations, he is the alter ego of Prince Adam of the House of Randor. 1 He-Man, with the support of her friend and her sister She-Ra who lives on another planet, attempts to defend the Kingdom of Eternia and the secrets of Castle Greyscale from Hardik’s Skeletor forces.

His prototype conceives by toy designer Mark Taylor who envisioned him as a mix of a Cro-Magnon man and a Viking whose original name was Torak. Next, Roger Sweet, a designer for Mattel, gives the character his final look, which will carry into the toy line and comics. Finally, in 1983 artist Carol Lundberg gave him his definitive look for the Filmation cartoon series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.

The Little Lulu

The Little Lulu ( Little Lulu in Latin America ) is an American comic book character. Created in 1935 by Marjorie Henderson Buell, known as “Marge”, and later adapted to cartoons. It started as a graphic vignette. Then, in 1945, it was publish in a weekly magazine: cartoonist John Stanley took up Lulu and redesign her (in part). I adapted her into a long comic after Marge opted for more adult humour in her comic strips. The first adaptation of cartoons was in 1943 and carried out by the Famous Studios company. Which made films for Paramount Pictures.

Years later, in 1976, Lulu and her friends appeared in the animated series the anime version of The Little Lulu to Chicchai Nakama. The work of the Nippon Animation Studios and re-released in the United States by Ziv International.

Ruby Gloom

Ruby Gloom is a Canadian animated television series by Nelvana Limited for YTV. It is based on the character of the same name and began airing on October 13, 2006, in Canada on the original YTV network. This series became popular in several Latin American countries for being broadcast on the Boomerang channel. In Spain, it was also publish with its dubbing starting on September 10, 2007, on Cartoon Network. However, it stopped airing in January 2008 to move to Boomerang.


Blond hair, usually with blue eyes, can use to show somebody is special or superior. Now it has just become a custom. Hair colour is regularly used in Japanese anime to differentiate between characters. While not always consistent, there is a link between hair colour and character personalities in anime.

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