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Mr. Incredible from The Incredibles

Mr. Incredible is a main protagonist in Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles. His civilian identity is Bob Parr, the husband of Helen Parr, aka Elastigirl. Their children are Violet Parr, Dash Parr, and Jack Jack. The family are actually heroes, belonging to a superhuman race called the Supers. His best friend is a fellow Super named Frozone. Mr. Incredible’s abilities include super strength and invincibility. He commits to always do what’s right, but his anger and ego can sometimes get in the way.

Gabby Gabby from Toy Story 4

Gabby Gabby, voiced by Christina Hendricks, is a new character in Toy Story 4. She lives in Second Chance Antiques with three ventriloquist dolls as her personal bodyguards. Made in the 1950s, Gabby Gabby is a defective doll, as her voicebox is broken. Her scheme to then steal Woody’s voicebox makes her the antagonist of the film. Her goal is to win the affections of a kid named Harmony, but even with her new voice, Harmony rejects her. Now showing sympathy, Woody  plans to bring Gabby Gabby to Bonnie. Upon spotting a lost girl crying at the carnival, Gabby Gabby goes to her instead, doing the most noble thing a toy can do. Style the wig into two pig tails, and secure with hairspray and elastics, then fasten on the bow clips. Use the brow pencil to draw on fake freckles.

Forky Toy Story 4 Character

Forky from Toy Story 4

Forky (Tony Hale) is a main character in the fourth installment of the Toy Story movies. Woody and all the other toys have settled in with their new kid, Bonnie. On her first day of kindergarten, she puts googly eyes and a red pipe cleaner around a spork and names it Forky. Although when he comes to life, he doesn’t understand that he is now a toy. Forky often insists he’s trash and tries to run away. It isn’t until Woody saves him that he realizes he makes Bonnie happy and he belongs with the toys.

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Bonnie Anderson from Toy Story 3

Bonnie Anderson is the new protagonist of Toy Story 3 and Toy Story 4. Known for her trademark pink tutu, Bonnie attends kindergarten at Sunnyside Daycare. In the third movie, when Andy goes off to college, he gives all his toys to Bonnie. Despite her shyness around adults, she has an active imagination when playing with the toys. In the fourth movie, she creates her own toy named Forky.

Roz from Monsters, Inc.

Roz from Monsters, Inc.

In Pixar’s Monsters, Inc., Roz is a slug-like monster that is in charge of the CDA, and as such, holds all the keys to the children’s closet doors at Monsters, Inc. Roz is ever the bureaucrat, always grumpy and blasé that someone has not submitted the proper paperwork, although she reveals a softer side when she lets Sulley say his goodbyes to Boo.

Joe Gardner from Soul

Joe Gardner from Soul

In Pixar’s Soul, Joe Gardner (voiced by Jamie Foxx) is a middle school music teacher who has a lifelong dream of being an onstage jazz performer. It looks like he’ll finally get his big break when he impresses other jazz musicians as an opening act when he has an accident, which causes his soul to separate from his body to get transported to the You Seminar, where he must help souls develop passions before being transported to newborns. Joe’s costume is drab and not too flashy, although his stylish hat hints at the passion brimming underneath.

Imelda Rivera from Coco

Imelda Rivera from Coco

In Pixar’s Coco, Imelda Rivera is the former matriarch of the Rivera family who is now a spirit in the Land of the Dead. She is responsible for the ban on music in her family, which brings her head-to-head with her great-great-grandson Miguel Rivera.

Barley Lightfoot from Onward

Barley Lightfoot from Onward

In Disney’s Onward, Barley Lightfoot (Chris Pratt) is a teenage elf who embarks on a journey with his brother Ian to rediscover lost magic in their world, with a mission to spend one more day with their father who passed away when they were young.

Ian Lightfoot from Onward

Ian Lightfoot from Onward

In Onward, Ian Lightfoot (voiced by Tom Holland) is a teenage elf who lives in a magical world of mermaids, goblins, and gnomes losing touch with magic as technology takes over. Ian embarks on a quest with his brother Barley Lightfoot to discover the magic needed to spend one day with their departed father.

Bo Peep from Toy Story 4

Bo Peep from Toy Story 4

Bo Peep is a supporting character in the Toy Story series. She is a porcelain shepherdess figurine and Sheriff Woody’s girlfriend in the films. Bo Peep and her sheep were originally adornments of Molly Davis’s bedside lamp. Her appearance in the first two is this Slender, fair “vinyl” skin, hair hand-painted in blonde, blue eyes, pink short-sleeved dress with both large skirt and corset, light blue bloomers, black “plastic” Mary Jane shoes, pink bonnet, blue “plastic” cane.