Top 10 Common Cartoon Clichesegnomac
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In Star vs. The Forces of Evil, it is confirmed the protagonist has a crush on her bestfriend, which is a Latin-American.
The only greedy person that I know is Angelica pickles from rugrats because she can be really annoying
Greedy characters: Scrooge Mcduck, Mr. Krabs, Mr. Burns, Montana Max & Cat from Catdog. - egnomac
Realistically, no one would boast about how evil they are unless they are a sadist. Usually, if someone is going against you, they would have reasons. Those reasons do not include taking over, or destroying the world. These reasons are usually the villain doing what they think is the right thing to do, and defending what they need to defend. So, a villain wouldn't boast about how evil he is because he's doing what he believes is right. Unless he's a sadist.
Yea this happy but you got to admit the expressions the character makes when this happens is usually hilarious.
Girl power's a great thing, but this is absurd. - TheAwesomeBrosVotes
Examples include Kim Possible, Totally Spies, Atomic Betty, etc.
Starfire can fight crime! - DynastiSugarPop
Dexter from Dexter's Laboratory is a scientist, not sure about a 'mad' one however. Mad scientists aren't as common in cartoons than in real-life shows or movies.
This is so annoying. Cheerleaders can be nice too :c
Bonnie Rockweller is this. - DynastiSugarPop
Luan Loud is this trope! - DynastiSugarPop
*cough* Happy Tree Friends. *cough* - DynastiSugarPop
Lincoln Loud in "A Novel Idea" and "Cover Girls". - DynastiSugarPop
Listed twice. - DynastiSugarPop
I always saw those scenes all the time in Snow Episodes, I hope that's got to be A Cartoon Cliche
It got old long ago.
Leni Loud is an example. - DynastiSugarPop
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