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Spike Bulldog

Spike

"She turned and disowned on me, she never wanted to see me again for some man she meets and start dating! His name is Tony Smith."
Spike

Spike Bulldog is a gray rough bulldog that appears in many of Tom and Jerry cartoons. He has a somewhat minor friendship with Jerry and is a formidable enemy to Tom, though he is occasionally a rival to both protagonists, as he was in the episode Dog Trouble.

Spike has a grudge against Tom, not just because he's a cat, but because whenever they cross paths, Tom is interrupting quality time with his son, Tyke because he's too busy chasing Jerry to watch where he's going. Obviously, whenever Spike tells Tom not to do a certain thing, Jerry overhears this and does his best to get Tom in trouble (in the example, Jerry would get Tyke as dirty as possible). Spike proceeds to beat Tom up thinking he was responsible for it. After Spike beats Tom, he is shown having a good time or resting peacefully with his son tyke and they are joined by Jerry their real saboteur, disturber and culprit who was really the one that Spike should beat up. Spike also appeared in some of the recent cartoons featuring a basset hound called Droopy, another popular MGM cartoon character.

Spike (and his son, Tyke) is most likely a secondary or even major character, as he has appeared in almost all renditions of Tom and Jerry's cartoons. He nice with Jerry Listen up Pussycat I'll take a nap he strongest Bulldog he the father of his son Tyke he is the bodyguard of Jerry he made himself into donkey Jackass.

AppearanceEdit

Spike has brownish-grey fur with a light brown marking that spans up the front of his torso. In many cartoons, his fur is light grey, while his underbelly marking is white. His ears are pointed with pink insides and his tail is slender, small, and pointed as well. His only consistent article of clothing is a red, spiked dog collar. He has a anchored tattoo on his left upper arm as seen in "Quiet Please!".

PersonalityEdit

  • Easy-going
  • Protective
  • Lazy
  • Short-tempered
  • Fatherly
  • Clumsy
  • Clever
  • Violent
  • Tough
  • Gullible

AppearencesEdit

Spike appears in Tom and Jerry.In Tom and Jerry Works he voiced by Jim Cummings keeping Frank Welker. Spike also appears in Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring, Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars ,Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry and Tom and Jerry Shiver me Whickers.

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