Because you like Kim Possible in Kim Possible
Viking Astrid Hofferson has it all: brains, brawn, and some killer braids. See them in How to Train Your Dragon.
Marge Simpson is a mostly happy housewife and subscriber to Sponge and Vacuum Magazine. See them in The Simpsons.
Bookish and socially anxious, Ruby Roundhouse is a teenager turned action heroine. See them in Jumanji.
A scary monster on the outside, James P. Sullivan is really a softie on the inside. See them in Monsters, Inc..
Shuri is a genius-level inventor with a wicked sense of humor. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Billy Batson is a troublemaking teen grappling with a pretty weird superhero identity crisis See them in DC Extended Universe.
A karate master/rocket scientist/squirrel, Sandy Cheeks is the only one who can clean up the other resident's messes in Bikini Bottom. See them in SpongeBob SquarePants.
Troy Bolton is a triple threat: singing, dancing, and basketball. See them in High School Musical.
Dorothy Gale is a down-home Kansas girl in a bizarre fantasy land with beautiful red shoes. See them in The Wizard of Oz.
This master marksman may be a villain, but Deadshot's motives aren't quite as selfish as they seem. See them in DC Extended Universe.
A poised, stately man-out-of-time, Ichabod Crane typically faces the modern world with wry quip. See them in Sleepy Hollow.
Hank McCoy is a quintessential nerdy scientist but with a few rather unconventional physical attributes. See them in X-Men Series.