We Did It
We began our survey by first posting threads in the forums, AniGen and
Termite Terrace Trading Post, asking its members to list and discuss some
of their favorite cartoon shorts and series. Afterward, members were invited
to email the webmasters a ballot listing, in order, their five favorite
cartoon shorts, and their five favorite cartoon series for inclusion in
Toon Zone's "Top Ten Toons" survey.
short/series that scored a first place finished on a ballot was accorded
5 votes; a second place finish was 4 votes; a third place finish was 3
votes; a fourth place finish was 2 votes; a fifth place finish was 1 vote.
Ballots that listed more than 5 shorts/series had only the top 5 listings
counted. Ballots that had fewer than five choices listed, or on which one
short/series appeared more than once, were discarded. The shorts/series
were then ranked by their cumulative vote totals; the top ten finishers
in each category were then ranked as the Top Ten in that category.
criteria was enunciated or employed to determine whether an entry was properly
a "short" or a "series," but was placed in whichever category the voter
who submitted it placed it in. Thanks go to the readers and cartoonists
who picked their favorite cartoons so the "Top Tens" could be made.
Zone's Top Ten was conducted and produced by Jay "Maxie Zeus" Allman,
Joe Tully, Jimmy "Duncanzits" Kustes, Vincent Benenati, WBArchivist,
Eileen "Harley" Delgadillo, and Jon Cooke. This website was created
by Jimmy Kustes and Jonathan Kavalos.
of the cartoons mentioned on this site are copyrighted and protected characters.
Toon Zone, Warner Bros. Animation Archive, and Toon Zone Top Ten hold no
legal right over these characters. All characters and likenesses will be
removed upon the request of the legal copyright owners. All opinions expressed
by this site, are strictly opinions, not fact.
go to these sites for use of thier photos on our Top Ten.