pixar

Abuelita from Coco

In Coco, Elena Rivera, endearingly called Abuelita for “Granny” in Spanish, is Miguel Rivera’s grandmother and matriach of the family. Like her grandmother Imelda, she continues enforcing the family’s ban on music, instead working hard as shoemakers. If you break her rules, you’re liable to get a mean slipper swinging your way.

Andy from Toy Story 3

In Toy Story 3, Andy Davis is now 17 years old and headed to college. He only takes Woody with him, leaving the rest of his toys in storage where they accidentally end up at Sunnyside Daycare. Andy’s attire remains simple, but differs slightly from his appearances in Toy Story and Toy Story 4.

Andy from Toy Story 4

Andy from Toy Story 4

In the flashbacks at the beginning of Toy Story 4, Andy appears as a kid again, but a few years older. He is seen wearing he’s red cowboy hat, a blue t-shirt with white sleeves and a darker blue border, blue jeans, and black Converse sneakers. Pixar has made some big leaps since the design of Andy in Toy Story 1.

Voyd from The Incredibles 2

Voyd

In The Incredibles 2, Voyd is a young wannabe superhero who idolizes Elastigirl. She’s part of the second tier group the Supers, where she uses her superpower to teleport objects around her.

Andy from Toy Story

Andy from Toy Story

In Toy Story, Andy Davis receives a Buzz Lightyear action figure for his 8th birthday, causing tension between Buzz and Woody, who has always prided himself on being Andy’s favorite. For the birthday party, he wore a red cowboy hat, a green t-shirt with a cowboy playing a guitar on the top right corner, blue shorts, white socks, and white sneakers with blue laces.

Sid from Toy Story

Sid from Toy Story

In Toy Story, Sid Phillips is a bratty, disturbed neighbor of Andy. He takes joy in terrorizing his younger sister and destroying toys like Woody, using everything from an M-80 to his pet dog Scud. Famously, Will Poulter, who has more than a passing resemblance, dressed up as Sid for Halloween in 2017.

Dash Parr from The Incredibles

Dash Parr

Dash Parr is a major character in the 2004 Disney/Pixar animated film, The Incredibles and its 2018 sequel. He is the eldest son of Bob and Helen Parr and is the younger brother to Violet and older brother to Jack-Jack. Dash’s superhero power is the ability to run super fast. He is also able to run on water as a consequence of this, as well as other physics-bending maneuvers such as running up buildings.

Elastigirl from The Incredibles

Elastigirl

In The Incredibles, Elastigirl is the superhero name for Helen Parr (voiced by Holly Hunter). Her superpower is the ability to stretch and reshape her body to the extreme. Later on, she also goes by Mrs. Incredible, reflecting that she’s settle down from the superhero life with her husband and children Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack.

Screenslaver from the Incredibles 2

Screenslaver

In The Incredibles, the Screenslaver is the main supervillain, a mysterious nemesis of unknown identity who hijacks screens and uses hypnotism to brainwash people from afar.

The Underminer from Incredibles 2

Underminer

In The Incredibles, The Underminer (John Ratzenberger) is a supervillain who has declared war on peace and happiness. He’s resemblance to a mole is uncanny, from the big chompers to the ability to dig tunnels underground using his big drill vehicle and robot hands.