Cartoons

Margo in Despicable Me

As the oldest of the girls adopted by Gru, Margo is very protective of her younger sisters. She is extremely distrustful of Gru and can see right through his lies about his “dog” and many diminutive sized “cousins”.

Dale Gribble

In King of the Hill, Dale Gribble is Hank Hill’s friend and neighbor. Dale enjoys driving around in the Bug-e-bago and spraying things with toxic chemicals, an exterminator by trade. At least that’s what they’d like to you believe…

Ned Flanders

Nedward “Ned” Flanders Jr. is next-diddly-door neighbors with the Simpsons. He’s a highly devout Christian who annoys Homer with his perfect family, his goody two-shoes kindness, and his stupid sexy body.

Daria Morgendorffer

While Daria’s style was seen as unfashionable by her classmates at Lawndale High School, her brains before beauty was something to which many real life teenage girls could relate. Keeping it simple with pleated skirts and boots, Daria had better things to do than worry about her appearance. You know, like a crush on her best friend’s brother.

Jane Lane

When she isn’t painting or sculpting Jane Lane can usually be found hanging out with her best friend, Daria. While she is just as cynical as her friend, Jane’s style is a little more outgoing. Wearing tights with shorts, she isn’t afraid to put on a little red lipstick and dye her hair on occasion.

Lana Kane

In Archer, Lana Kane is Sterling’s ex-girlfriend and one of the best field agents at ISIS. Does she frequently end up having gunfights in lingerie? Yup. Can she snap your neck with her man hands? Yuuuuuuup!

Monkey D. Luffy

In One Piece, Monkey D. Luffy is captain of the Straw Hat Pirates and one of its top fighters. Despite his troublemaking ways, he comes from an esteemed lineage, as his father is Revolutionary Army commander Monkey D. Dragon and his father’s father is famed Marine Monkey D. Garp.

Russell

Russell is an enthusiastic Wilderness Explorer who’s goal is to help Carl Fredricksen in order to obtain his Assisting the Elderly badge. He becomes an accidental passenger when Carl turns his house into a makeshift airship taking them both on an adventure to Paradise Falls. In the end, Russell earns his merit badge, when he helps Carl realize there’s more to life than holding onto old memories.

Carl Fredricksen

Carl Fredricksen develops a plan to fulfill his wife’s life-long dream of moving their home to Paradise Falls by turning their house into a makeshift aircraft with thousands of attached helium balloons. His plans go awry when he finds a young stow away, Russell, who involves them in a mission to save Kevin the bird from the grasp of Charles F. Muntz.

Charles F. Muntz

After he is disgraced and accused of fabricating a giant bird skeleton, Charles F. Muntz becomes obsessed with restoring his credibility. He sets out to prove to the world that this elusive bird does in fact exist and becomes quite paranoid and ruthless in his quest to do so.