I'm trying to be more positive about these memes, so here's a meme that hopefully won't get any negative comments about my opinions.
So these are (in my opinion), are the characters I like, yet mostly everyone hates.
#10. The Loonatics (Loonatics Unleashed): 'Nuff said.
#09. (tie) Poof and Sparky (The Fairly Odd Parents): Behold the latest editions of the cast of FOP! The offspring of Cosmo and Wanda, and the talking pet fairy-dog.
When Poof came along, most of the die-hard fans of the show blamed him for "ruining" the show. To tell you the truth, I actually stopped watch FOP after "Abra Catastrophe," because the jokes are now running-gags that are they thrown at the audiences' face; and it gets old and annoying -_- (and the characters became worse when they were Flanderized, especially Timmy's so-called "grateful" parents and Vicky).
When Poof came along, I wasn't bothered by his character (it's how he came into the FOP world that disturbed me >~< ), plus it's clever how he's voiced by Timmy's voice-actress, Tara Strong (just like how Cosmo and Wanda are voiced by the same people who play Mr. & Mrs. Turner).
While Sparky on the other hand, that was a different kettle of fish. When he debut in the new special, people either like him because he's a nice pooch, or hate him because they thought he was point-less. In my opinion, I actually like Sparky because he reminds me of Dug from "Up" (funny, loyal, cute, and positive), and it's refreshing to see a decent episode and a decent character after dealing with so many bad episodes and specials.
Now if only it was legal for fairy godparents to adopt their god kids, because Cosmo and Wanda are much better parents to Timmy than he's actually ones.
#08. Angel (MLP: FiM): Out of all the pets the Mane 6 have, Angel the Rabbit is the least favorite among the fans. Mostly because they just see him as a rude little slave-driver that takes Fluttershy's gentle nature for granted. Can't argue with that, than again, I believe that deep down (deep,deep,deep,deep down) Angel actually cares for Fluttershy as much as she does for him, he's just acting tough around the others because he doesn't want others to think he's a softie.
And Angel does have his moments when he shows compassion toward Fluttershy, and being incredibly cute (like in this picture right here).
#07. Disney Princesses: Don't judge characters by their merchandise nor images, and lately, that's the same case with the Disney Princesses. Their merchandise is so ridiculous, people seem to forget that these ladies aren't like Barbie dolls (just smiles and fancy dresses), they have their own characters and flaws that girls can relate to.
#06. (Most of)The cast of "Taz Mania": Though the characters are mostly under-rated than hated, but they deserve to be on the list. Because some people actually hate the show without giving it a chance, and see that there are a good amount of characters and only a few bad ones.
And it takes place in one of the Continents I loved to see, Australia.
#05. Cream the Rabbit (Sonic the Hedgehog): Moving on to the most hated characters. Poor Cream, out of all the female Sonic characters (aside from Amy and Sally), she's the one fans despise the most because they thought that she weak.
When will they learn that strength comes in all sizes, not just physically, but also mentally. Cream may not be physically strong, but she is sweet and cute enough to a villain have a heart-attack.
In other words, Cream is actually the strongest female character in the Sonic Universe. She doesn't need to have a sassy attitude, weapon, or scrappy to show that she is strong. Write that in your notebook.
#04. Toad (Super Mario Bros.): Oh Toad. How can such a cute and innocent character have so much hatred?
I mostly blame DIC and the one Mario game (the one that kept on making Toad say "Sorry, your princess is ion another castle." ) for that one. Other than that, Toad is a very loyal and trusting companion to Princess Peach, like the little brother she (probably) never had. Plus, he's also a great driver in the Go-Kart games.
#03. The main female cast of "Ranma 1/2" : I never actually gotten into "Ranma 1/2" until a few months ago (just to see what the fans like about the show), and I ended up liking the show and the characters (mostly because it's made by the same person behind "Inuyasha," one of my favorite animes and mangas ), especially the main female characters. Sure they have their flaws, but their positive traits make it upo for that.
*For Akane, sure she started off a little rough at the beginning (and isn't bright when it comes to figuring out that her pet piglet, P-Chan and Ryoga are the same person/animal); but at least she's a lot more tamer than Misty (Pokemon) and Chi-Chi (Dragonball), and she's just hiding her shyness in a angry way. And she did show some hints that she actually likes Ranma and change her mind about thinking that all men are hounds
*For Shampoo, she might a bit violent at some points and mostly speak in 3rd person (which I think is a cute flaw/trait for her), but she's also very sympathetic. Because her engagement to Ranma was mostly an accident, but she's too blinded by the laws of the Chinese Amazons to notice that. Which brings another state of her character, Shampoo must fallow the laws of the Amazons because her great-grandmother, Cologne, basically is the leader of the tribe. If Shampoo broke one law, her grandma will claim her to be a disgrace to her tribe and banish her.
Same goes when she found out about Ranma's curse, when Shampoo found out that both boy and girl Ranma are the same person (and she vowed to kill girl-Ranma for humiliating her), she felt guilty because it'll be like killing two birds with one stone, and it's one law that she had to break that made her grandma angry at her. But soon, Shampoo will give up on chasing after Ranma, and go for someone who truly loved her from the beginning, Mousse.
*For Ukyo, like Shampoo, her engagement to Ranma wasn't really real, because it was all mostly a trick set up by Ranma's father, Genma, just to steal her father's food cart (what a jerk!
). I feel really sorry for Ukyo because she doesn't realize that the engagement was a fake and was just chasing after a lie.
Plus, she's going through a stage where she feels insecure about which she's more like, a girl or a woman, so that's something we girls can relate to.
*For Akari (from the manga), I actually like the idea of a love triangle between her, Ryoga, and Ukyo because both girls have good traits to be Ryoga's ideal girl (and who says that he can't have 2 wives? ). Akari is a very sweet girl and she accepts Ryoga curse of turning into a piglet (P-Chan) because she loves pigs.
*For Kasumi and Nabiki (Akane's sisters), they both have things to like about them. Kasumi is a very rare type of woman that is beautiful both inside and out that guys would kill to have, and she really did have a lot of courage to fill in her mother's shoes after she passed away. Nabiki maybe crafty at times, but she's supportive of her family and is actually more down-to-earth unlike most material girls.
Best of all, they prove that they don't need have skimpy clothes 24/7 and/or abnormal-sized racks to get the guys' attention and use as "character development" (looks at Oda
#02. Littlest Pet Shop reboot: Despite not having much fanart here as MLP, and the fact that it's made by the same people behind "My Gym Partner is a Monkey," it's actually a good show if you give a chance. Like I said, the 90's cartoon of LPS, was very forgettable and full of bleak characters.
Just like MLP, TMNT, Transformers, and Pound Puppies, this is definitely one of the shows that are better than their previous ones. Not to mention that it has a female teenage protagonist that isn't like most teen leading characters nowadays.
And my most favorite character that I like, that everyone hates is......
#01. Bat-Mite (Batman and D.C. Comics): While others think that Bat-Mite is a total jump-the-shark annoying character that doesn't belong in the world of Batman nor DC, I'm one of the few people who see him as an over-looked character, both the cartoons and comics.
If you lived in a world where villains can be burn/poisoned yet manage to stay alive and mutated, the dead can revive, radiation and chemicals actually help you gain super-powers, immortal Amazons, aliens, anthros, and utility belts that have unlimited gadgets on them; An imp in the form of a chibi-version of a character doesn't actually feel out of place.
Plus in most of the Silver Age comics and the Filmation cartoons, Bats was such a jerk and a hypocrite to the little guy. He can accept orphaned 12 year olds to be his sidekick, yet he won't let a meaningful imp help him out? And he even yelled at him for playing harmless tricks on the criminals.
Come on! It's not like BM was trying to kill them or anything that terrible.
Bat-Mite is also under-used because isn't just a groupie of the Dynamic Duo, there is a mystery about his past that might have a connection to Bruce Wayne/Batman.
After all, before that tragic night his parents were murdered, Bruce Wayne was a bright-eyed, mischievous, and optimistic little lad (as well as a fanboy)when he was younger, and Bat-Mite seems to have those same characters Bruce used to have....
So there is actually more to Bat-Mite than meets the eye DC over-looked when he was created, and Bruce/Batman's feelings toward him might be something he didn't want to be reminded of, but actually has spot deep down inside that he actually likes Bat-Mite (he even admitted that he really didn't want to hurt he's feelings when he abject BM's offer to help or made him cry
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