If there is one thing to say of Dib, it's that he has determination. He's obsessed with the paranormal and self-conscious about the size of his head. Wearing a trench coat and a hairstyle that likely requires a lot of pomade, Dib is extremely unpopular in school. But who has time for popularity when there is an alien to catch?
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May 9, 2013 by Jaime
You should probably take everything Napoleon says with a grain of salt because more than likely it’s not true. However, you can’t deny that the kid has a big heart, some entertaining dance moves, and cleans up rather well. His all brown suit with matching vest made him look rather dapper. Well, as long as you don’t pay attention to the green socks.June 21, 2013 by Jaime
When the Almighty Tallest sent Invader Zim to Earth they did so to keep him from interrupting Operation Impending Doom II. However, Zim took his mission to Earth seriously. He enrolled himself in elementary school and tried to appear as humanlike as possible by wearing a pompadour wig and contact lenses. Yet somehow only one person questioned Zim’s green skin.
May 16, 2013 by Jaime
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.August 13, 2014 by Jaime
In Revenge of the Nerds, Lewis Skolnick (Robert Carradine) is comfortable with being a nerd. In fact, the computer science geek shamelessly embraces every stereotype imaginable from wayfarer eyeglasses to pocket protectors. He doesn’t even have to worry about getting wedgies from the jocks. His pants are already pulled up as high as they can go.
July 29, 2013 by Tom
Wicked gives the backstory of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz. Born with green skin, she’s is neglected in favor of her beautiful sister Nessarose. When Elphaba starts college, she’s ignored in favor of her popular roommate Galinda. When they’re ready to fly, Galinda gets a bubble while Elphaba gets a dirty broomstick. How’s that fair?