Cartoons

The Man Upstairs from The Lego Movie

The Man Upstairs (Will Ferrell) is the antagonist of The Lego Movie, who Lord Business and his superweapon Kragle is based off. He was a very strict father at first, protective of his own Lego creations, but upon realizing his son Finn’s creativity, he changed his mind about his son, helping him with his own Lego constructions.

Jade Wilson

Jade Wilson (Kristen Bell) is an antagonist in the DC animated movie Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, based on the Teen Titans Go! Cartoon Network series. She is the lead director of superhero movies for Warner Bros. Studios, refusing to give Robin his own superhero movie. It is revealed she is actually an alter-ego for none other than Slade Wilson AKA Deathstroke.

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Hilda

Hilda is a British-Canadian animated Netflix series based on the graphic novel series of the same name by Luke Pearson. The series is set in a world with fantastical creatures, and centers around the titular character. Hilda is a little blue-haired girl who has spent her entire life in the wilderness until her family moves to the local city of Trolberg. There she discovers new friends and secrets of the town.

Strong Sad from Homestar Runner

Strong Sad

In Homestar Runner, Strong Sad is the brother of Strong Bad and Strong Mad. He has a large gray body that sounds like an inflated rubber ball when hit, and large elephantine feet that he calls soolnds, which would fetch a pretty penny from poachers.

Barney Rubble

Barney is Fred’s neighbor and best friend in The Flintstones. He is much sillier and more easygoing than Fred, and is often rewarded for his calm demeanor. His serendipity often annoys Fred.

Pom Pom from Homestar Runner

Pom Pom

Pom Pom is a Pom from the Isle of Pom, and is best friends with Homestar Runner and also good friends with Strong Bad. Although his body appears as a giant inflated orange sphere, Pom Pom is a superb athlete and martial artist.

Richard Aldana

Richard Aldana

Richard Aldana is the protagonist of the French comic book and Mondo animated series Lastman as well as the video game Lastfight. He is a boxer who swears to avenge his friend’s death after he is murdered by the Order Of The Lion. Set in the “Valley of Kings” where magic is acknowledged as reality, he also helps young Adrian Velba in the duo world tournament to become the grand champion.

Two-Face

Two-Face is the DC Comics supervillain and enemy of Batman. Formally a district attorney named Harvey Dent, after half of his face is horribly scarred. He goes insane and adopts the Two-Face persona, who decides fate with the flip of a coin. He has been played twice in live action movies. Once in Batman Forever by Tommy Lee Jones, and once in The Dark Knight by Aaron Eckhart.

Téa Gardner

In Yu-Gi-Oh!, the childhood friend of Yugi Muto and Joey Wheeler, Téa Gardner (Amy Birnbaum / Maki Saito) is an amateur duelist and aspiring ballerina. She is a sweet-natured girl who fiercely advocates for the bonds of friendship, and most of her dueling deck is comprised of cute cards and cards around the topic of faith. She is involved in a rather odd love triangle involving herself, Yugi, and Yami Yugi.

Hinata Hyuga

A soft-spoken, polite, kind girl, Hinata Hyuga appears on the surface to be ill-suited to the life of a ninja on the anime TV series Naruto. She is the heir of a powerful and wealthy clan, but they disowned her because of her meek disposition. Once she joins Team 8 and meets Naruto, however, she begins to find her confidence and develop her exceptional skills. In Part 1 of the series she wears her hair in a short bob and covers up in a tan coat and dark pants. Sew on a thick trim of white fur to the jacket and paint on the leaf patch for the full effect.