The cartoon Playboy covers shown here may not be real, but maybe they should be. Last year, animated character Marge Simpson graced the cover, so maybe it's time for some other animated characters to follow suit.
Included among these cartoon Playboy covers are a few of the those female charactersâ€”with the exception of Fran the Dinosaurâ€”that can possibly make men go wild (well, that's what their features suggest). Certainly, there are other cartoon characters that guys are curious about.
Implications - These unpublished Playboy editions, which feature famous cartoon characters in compromising positions, were not approved for publishing, but are incredibly entertaining no less.
Animated Playboy Features That Didn't Make the Cut
1. Animated Playboy Covers - Playboy could collaborate with popular animated shows to create limited edition, highly collectible covers featuring their characters.
2. Adult Animation Industry - There could be an opportunity for an adult animation network or streaming service that creates, distributes and monetizes animated content that caters to a mature audience.
3. Playboy Merchandising - Playboy could expand their merchandise offerings to include apparel, accessories and collectibles featuring popular cartoon characters in provocative poses.
1. Publishing - Publishers could leverage the trend of animated characters with established fanbases to create engagement with their publications through collaboration or creative contests.
2. Licensed Merchandising - Companies could tap into the demand for collectibles and apparel featuring beloved animated characters by partnering with owners of these intellectual properties to create unique, high-quality merchandise.
3. Adult Entertainment - The adult entertainment industry could diversify their offerings beyond traditional media by exploring the potential of producing animated content targeted at mature audiences.