And if you look at Homer's profile, a bit of his hair and his ear form the initials "MG." As Walt Disney liked to say, it all began with a mouse.Mickey Mouse made his debut in 1928's "Steamboat Willie," voiced by Walt himself.Just as Bugs Bunny has his catchphrase, Homer is known for his classic exclamation of frustration, "D'oh!

The pair made their debut on the TV show "Rocky and His Friends" in 1959.

Created by Jay Ward, the show was known for its sharp-witted dialogue that often skewered politics and pop culture of the era.

Homer Simpson and his family have been entertaining TV audiences since they made their debut on "The Tracey Ullman Show" in 1987.

Two years later, Homer and his family got their own show on Fox with "The Simpsons," which is still in production in 2017.

" or outwitting a nasty knight in the Oscar-winning 1958 short "Knighty Knight, Bugs," that rascally rabbit Bugs Bunny always gets the last laugh.

In addition to his own shorts, Bugs has made equally memorable cartoons with some of the other stars on this list.

He went on to produce a bunch of silly live video content for Buzzfeed like ‘Zombie Talk show’, ‘Don’t Wake Grandpa’,‘Ask a stoner’ and ‘Honestly Speaking’.

Lawrence now writes/directs sketches for video sketch team ‘Nightpantz’, writing/producing a comedy web series ‘In Passing’, writes for live sketch team ‘Color Collective’ and writes for live late night comedy news show ‘The Night Cap w/ Stacy Rumaker’.

The crafty Coyote made his debut in the 1949 Warner Brothers short "Fast and Furry-ous," and has appeared in nearly 50 shorts in the years since.