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Norman from Mighty Max

In Mighty Max, Norman is Max’s Viking bodyguard, who after failing to prevent his father’s defeat, vowed to become the greatest warrior that ever lived. After a lifetime of battle, Norman was appointed by Virgil to his current role. He earned his immortality by defeating the Conqueror, an undefeated champion, and swore to defend the Mighty One with his life if necessary. As the Mighty One’s bodyguard, Norman is usually serious; but unlike Virgil, seems to enjoy Max’s carefree ways. Norman’s exploits through the ages were the basis of numerous legends, including Thor, Hercules, Samson, Lancelot, and Little John, presumably among others.

Dothraki Daenerys Targaryen

After being sold to Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) to be his bride, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) integrated herself into the Dothraki people. As such, the new Khaleesi adapted her way of dress to match their rough, nomadic lifestyle. This included wearing roughspun clothing, skins, and putting her hair into braids.

Ms Bellum

Ms. Bellum

In The Powerpuff Girls, Ms. Sara Bellum (voiced by Jennifer Martin) is the deputy of the mayor and not just a beauty, but the brains behind the operation. At least we assume she’s a beauty, we haven’t been able to glimpse her face as it’s always cut off from the screen or blocked by her lush red hair.

Spike Spiegel

In Cowboy Bebop, Spike Spiegel is a bounty hunter and crew member aboard the Bebop, a converted interplanetary fishing vessel re-purposed for bounty hunting. Spike is lazy, carefree, and almost always smoking a cigarette.

Diane Nguyen

Diane Nguyen (Alison Brie) is a Boston-born author, ghostwriter for BoJack (Will Arnett), and wife of Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins) in the show BoJack Horseman. She is one of the few main characters that is human. Whether she’s wearing her Starbucks apron or her staple green jacket, Diane always has telltale red/orange arrows on her clothes at the waist. Add these to an existing jacket with fabric paint (you can paint the yellow bands on her boots, too!)

Harold Hutchins

Harold Hutchins and his best friend George Beard are the creators of the comic book character, Captain Underpants, who comes to life after they hypnotize their principal, Mr. Krupps, into thinking he’s the superhero.

Stu Pickles

Stu Pickles is the wacky toy inventor father of “Rugrats” main protagonist Tommy Pickles. He is a loving and kind father, but like most of the parents in the Rugrats cast, including his wife Didi, he is oblivious and often outsmarted by the babies in the show.

The San Franpsycho from Scooby Doo

In season 2, episode 8 of “What’s New, Scooby Doo?” the cleverly named San Franpsycho is harassing competitors at the Grind Games, a skateboarding competition in San Fransisco. He’s menacing, hostile, and downright destructive, but in the end he’s no match for a skateboarding Scooby Doo. You know what they say, “if you can’t Doo the time, don’t Doo the crime.”

Earl Hickey

Earl Hickey

In My Name is Earl, Earl Jehosephat Hickey (Jason Lee) is a simple blue collar guy who has an epiphany about karma after getting hit by a car, and sets out to right the wrongs of his past, which includes a long history of petty crimes and bullying.

Unity

In the multiverse of Rick and Morty, the creature Unity (Christina Hendricks) is both an alien collective hivemind and also the former lover of Rick Sanchez (Justin Roiland). While Unity can take the form of many/multiple genders and races (and likely is not limited to such), it often assumes a more prominent, dominant form of a humanoid female wearing a magenta skirt-suit when around Rick and the grandkids.