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Toonforce is a term for a type of power usually used by comedic - style characters. Since these characters are usually not meant to be taken seriously (or at least, less seriously than other characters that are usually debated in the OBD), their abilities are often inconsistent to the point of being able to do practically whatever they want, as long as it's funny/weird. Examples are walking on air and not falling until you look down, or painting a tunnel on a rock and then going through it even though it's not really there, some are even so ridiculous like sending someone to the real world or stopping the entire show by wrecking the film. Also known as Animated Realm, Animation Principles, Acme Law, Caricature Logic, Cartoon Physics, and Toon Physics.

Toonforce is often considered a form of reality warping, and also usually confers some degree of immortality.

Examples of universes where toonforce is widely used:

- Animaniacs
- Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
- Bonkers
- Dr. Slump
- Ed, Edd 'n Eddy
- Excel Saga
- Fairly OddParents
- Family Guy
- Freakazoid!
- Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
- The Jetsons
- Looney Tunes
- Popeye
- The Mask
- Scooby Doo
- Some DC Comics characters often demonstrate toon force powers like Lobo, and Plastic Man
- Sometimes in the Tenchi Muyo! series characters often demonstrates toonforce powers like Mihoshi
- SpongeBob SquarePants
- Tiny Toon Adventures
- Tom and Jerry
- Xavier: Renegade Angel

Although, as you can see by the list, toonforce is predominant among American cartoons, it should be noted that it is used much more often in Warner Bros. cartoons than in Disney cartoons. The reason for this is a mystery.