In Rugrats, Didila “Didi” Kropotkin-Pickles is the loving mother of Tommy and Dil. She is a teacher of home economics and a practitioner of child psychologist Dr. Lipschitz’s advice. Behind her large round glasses hide beady black eyes.
In The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Artie (Toby Huss) is an eccentric strongman who can move entire houses by an inch, skip stones to Neptune, and hit golf balls 300,003 yards. For he is Artie… the strongest man… in the world!
Danny Fenton was a 14 year old boy, who had ghost hunting parents. His parents had built a machine that led into the Ghost Zone, which was an alternate dimension of Earth, where ghosts roam free. There are many dimensions inside of the Ghost Zone, of course, all which have a door that leads to another portal, either back into the ghost zone, or to the next dimension. His parents, Jack and Maddie Fenton, thought the machine didn’t work until Danny “looked” inside of it, tripped, and became our beloved, Danny Phantom.
In Doug, Quailman is the alter ego of Doug Funnie. Quailman looks pretty much identical to Doug, except he wears a belt on his head and underwear outside his pants. Not the most intimidating of superhero costumes.
Dora the Explorer is a girl who goes on adventures with her talking purple backpack and anthropomorphic monkey named Boots. Sounds like quite the trip.
SpongeBob SquarePants (voiced by Tom Kenny) works as a fry cook and lives in a pineapple under the sea. As befitting his appearance, he is a squeaky-clean square, annoying everyone around him with his cheerful optimism.
In Hey Arnold!, Helga Geraldine Pataki is a 4th grader who can be bossy and a bit of a tomboy. She’s secretly in love with Arnold, but shows it by teasing him as little children do.