Top 10 Most Offensive Stereotype Characters From Family-Friendly Fictional Works

The Top Ten
1 Fassad (Middle Eastern) - Mother 3

Mother 3 was never released in America, I kinda see why.

2 Fat Albert (African American) - Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids Fat Albert is a fictional character created and voiced by Bill Cosby and the main protagonist of Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids as the leader of the Junkyard Gang. He is an obese African American who acts as both leader and the voice of reason who's always willing to help others in need. His singing... read more

In defense, he was one of the first African-American characters who didn't look like a minstrel character.

"I'll have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda."

3 Kitty (Feminist) - Courage The Cowardly Dog

Dresses up in a literal Klan costume (but with the hood replaced with a mask) and attempts to violently beat Courage to death just for being male- I mean, a dog, enough said (however, at least she reforms himself at the end of her episode)

4 Heffer Wolfe (US American) - Rocko's Modern Life Heffer Wolfe is a fictional character on the cartoon Rocko's Modern Life and the comic book series of the same name.

A fat cow (er bull) representing America, sad to say, but it's kinda true.

Watch the episodes "Mama's Boy", "Who's For Dinner" and "To Heck And Back" for the ultimate proofs of this (for the record, Filburt was also a major runner-up for this spot)

5 Aran Ryan (Irish) - Punch-Out Wii

Reminds me an awful lot of Mickey from Snatch,

only without any of the mental stability whatsoever

6 Bear Hugger (Canadian) - Punch-Out Wii Bear Hugger is a Canadian lumberjack boxer who first appeared in the arcade version of Super Punch-Out!!
7 Clubber Lang (African American) - Rocky III

Was surprisingly not actually intended as a parody of Mike Tyson, but still comes across as one regardless

8 Jar Jar Binks (Black) - Star Wars Jar Jar Binks is a fictional character from the Star Wars saga created by George Lucas. A major character in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, he also has a smaller role in Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and a one-line cameo in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, and the television series... read more
9 Yess (Black Women) - Ralph Breaks the Internet

She's blue, but still the annoying Sassy Black Woman stereotype

10 Cyber Lucy (Black Women) - Wheel 2000

"Wheel 200" was a short-lived kid's version of "Wheel of Fortune". There, instead of an actual woman revealing the letters, they had this badly-animated characture whose attitude puts Yes to shame.

The Newcomers

? Star Ninger (American) - Shuriken Sentai Ninninger
? Ganondorf (Arabic) - The Legend of Zelda Ganon (Referred to as Ganondorf in human form) is a fictional character and the central antagonist of Nintendo's Legend of Zelda series. He is a power-hungry Gerudo who possesses the Triforce of Power and aims to conquer Hyrule with the remaining Triforce parts.
The Contenders
11 Bayonetta (Wiccan) - Super Smash Bros 4 Bayonetta, real name Cereza, is a fictional character and protagonist of the video game Bayonetta and its sequel, developed by PlatinumGames and published by Sega and Nintendo respectively.

Okay, she actually originated in her self-titled series, but those games aren't "family friendly" by any stretch of the imagination. The last couple SSB games- ironically the ones she's in- are rated E10.

Then is snake family friendly?

12 Flim Flam (Asian) - The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo
13 Speedy Gonzales (Mexican) - Looney Tunes Speedy Gonzales is an animated cartoon character in the Warner Brothers Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons.

I wonder if Mexicans are offended by this stereotypical character!

Indeed, you will never catch him robbing your house (or convenience store)

14 Glass Joe (French) - Punch-Out!

A key example of the cheese eating surrender monkey stereotype

15 The Chang Triplets (Asian-American) - The Proud Family

That show was too focused on showing a black family in a positive light they forgot not to make the Asian kids stereotypes.

Perpetuate the "Asians are super-smart and know nothing but work" stereotype.

The Chang Triplets are very cool though!

16 Vanellope Von Schweetz (Feminist) - Ralph Breaks the Internet

This wasn't the case in the original "Wreck-It Ralph" or its tie in storybooks, but in "Ralph Breaks the Internet" the line between Vanellope and Sarah Silverman (a big time radfem) was blurred if not nonexistent.

17 Silver Spooner (Gay) - Dexter's Laboratory

His episode got banned for that and copyright issues.

At least he's better than the live-action Silver Surfer in Rise Of The Silver Surfer (2007)

18 Di Lung (Chinese) - Courage The Cowardly Dog
19 The Disney Princesses (Feminist) - Ralph Breaks the Internet

That whole movie gives feminism a bad name. Not to mention exposes kids to today's warped idea of feminism. Before you throw any buzzword insults, know that in fact have two x chromosomes myself.

This specifically refers to their portrayal in "Ralph Breaks the Internet", not their original films.

I like the or Disney Princesses better, except for Anna!

20 Killmonger (Racist Rappers) - Black Panther 2018 Killmonger is a fictional character from Marvel Comics. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he serves as the main antagonist of Black Panther (2018), where he is portrayed by Michael B. Jordan.
21 Francis (Weeaboo) - Super Paper Mario

A non-race/nationality example, Francis is a strong Internet nerd stereotype that is more relevant than ever.

22 Jinx (African America/Black) - Pokemon Jynx, known in Japan as Rougela, is a Pokémon species in Nintendo and Game Freak's Pokémon franchise. She is known as one of the more humanoid pokemon.

I really don't think Game Freak was intending it to be controversial and racist. As it was based on a Japanese subculture.

23 The Indians (Native American/Indigenous People) - Peter Pan

This is one of those examples that kind of got treated bad by time, in the 1950s, it was seen as "kids don't know what real Native Americans look like", but now... oof...

Because of them, Disney has blocked the movie from children's Disney Plus accounts.

24 Data (Asian) - The Goonies

Explains why some streaming services have the "Outdated cultural depictions" warning before it.

25 Shun Gon (Chinese) - The Aristocats

I don't know If he's going to be in the live action remake, highly doubt it though.

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