April 24, 2024
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Lots of fat cartoon characters have been around for a long time. They make our screens funny, cute, and relatable in their own way. They show that being big doesn't stop you from being liked and famous in cartoons.

Don’t you always be inspired by characters in cartoons? Some may be very adorable, humorous, and positive, while others should also be monsters and negative feelings.

Like them or not, today’s article will let you learn about 25 fat cartoon characters. After reading, you would touch the wonderful personality of each of them.

Here we go!

1. Homer Simpson – The Simpsons

Homer Simpson - The Simpsons

Homer Jay Simpson is a design character and the protagonist of The Simpsons.

He is fat, immature, outspoken, aggressive, bald, lazy, ignorant, unprofessional, and likes beer, junk food, and watching TV. However, he is a good guy at heart, staunchly protective of his family, especially when they need him most.

2. Peter Griffin – Family Guy

Peter Griffin - Family Guy

Peter Griffin is one of the typical fat cartoon characters who is the American animated sitcom Family Guy protagonist.

Peter Griffin is a middle-class Irish American. He is a bespectacled, obese blue-collar worker with a pronounced Rhode Island and eastern Massachusetts accent. Peter and his wife Louise have three children: Meg, Chris, and Stuy.

3. Eric Cartman – South Park

Eric Cartman - South Park

Eric Theodore Cartman, commonly known by his last name, is an adult animated sitcom South Park of fictional characters.

Cartman is an elementary school student. And he lives with his single mother, Liane, in the Colorado town of the same name. Cartman’s main characteristics are obesity, immorality, bigotry, and especially anti-Semitism. In later series, Cartman displayed increasingly antisocial and manipulative behavior.

4. Winnie the Pooh – Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh - Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh (also known as Edward the Pooh, Winnie the Pooh, or Winnie) is a vital fat cartoon character anthropomorphic teddy bear created by British author AA Milne and British illustrator EH Shepard.

Pooh is innocent and dull but also kind, thoughtful, and determined. Pooh loves food, especially honey (he spells it “hunny”).

5. Piglet – Winnie the Pooh

Piglet - Winnie the Pooh

Piglet is a fictional character in AA Milne’s Winnie the Pooh books. Of all the toys and animals in the story, Piggy is Winnie the Pooh’s closest friend. Although a “very little animal” with a timid personality, he strives to be brave, sometimes even overcoming his fears.

6. Eeyore – Winnie the Pooh

Eeyore - Winnie the Pooh

Although Eeyore’s bad temper and negative attitude, he’s a pretty solid character overall. A person can be relied on in times of difficulty and is insightful.

Eeyore is almost never happy. Ironically, he seems to enjoy the gloom on some level and sees it as the essence of his being. Despite this, he seems genuinely grateful for his friends’ efforts to make him happy and remains a good friend.

7. Porky Pig – Looney Tunes

Porky Pig - Looney Tunes

Porky is a fat cartoon character in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Joyful Melody series of cartoons. Porky went from a shy little boy to a very fat adult. Even though Porky is still a supporting character, he gets most of the laughs.

8. Totoro – My Neighbor Totoro

Totoro - My Neighbor Totoro

Dragon Cat (Japanese: My Neighbor Toro, Transcript: Tatsuneko) is part of a 1988 Japanese animation fantasy film directed by Yumiyazaki.

Totoro is the protagonist of My Neighbor Totoro, the guardian of the forest, and mainly eats acorns for a living. It has gray fur and always sleeps under a tree in the forest. And its age is 1302 years old.

9. Fred Flintstone – The Flintstones

Fred Flintstone - The Flintstones

Fred Flintstone is one of the fat cartoon characters of The Flintstones. Fred tended to be loud, aggressive, moody, and constantly looking for ways to improve the working-class life of his family, often with unexpected results.

10. Garfield – Garfield

Garfield - Garfield

Garfield is an adorable cat and the protagonist of the comic of the same name created by Jim Davis. The comics centered on Garfield depicted as a lazy, obese, and cynical orange tabby Persian cat. He is known for loving lasagna and sleeping and hating Mondays.

11. Shrek – Shrek

Shrek - Shrek

Shrek is an antisocial and highly territorial ogre who enjoys the solitude of the swamp, fending off mobs and enjoying some privacy.

Shrek is a bitter ogre who Lord Farquad rules. Shrek has found his home in a swamp infested with fairytale creatures. With the donkey’s help, Shrek deals with Farquad to save Princess Fiona in exchange for regaining control of the swamp.

12. Patrick Star – SpongeBob SquarePants

Patrick Star - SpongeBob SquarePants

Patrick Star is one of the fat cartoon characters in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants.

Patrick is an overweight pink coral starfish that lives under a rock in the city of Bikini Bottom. His most notable character traits are laziness and a low IQ, though he occasionally appears smarter than he appears. His ignorance often gets him and his best friend, SpongeBob, into trouble.

13. Fred – Scooby-Doo

Fred - Scooby-Doo

Fred Jones is a character in the American animated series Scooby-Doo, the leader of four teenage puzzle solvers and their Great Dane companion.

In most series, Fred wears a white and blue shirt and blue pants. Fred wears an orange tie, a blue shirt, and a white sweater in the original series. He is described as slightly less intelligent, often believing in wild conspiracy theories and legends.

14. Po – Kung Fu Panda

Po - Kung Fu Panda

Master Po Ping (referred to as “Po”, formerly known as Lotus), also known as “Kung Fu Panda”, is the title character and protagonist of the “Kung Fu Panda” series.

Po’s main interest is kung fu. He thoroughly knows warrior legends, famous battle moves, dates, and historical artifacts. He was very popular with all his friends, and the kids nearly all liked him. He is an excellent cook but has terrible table manners.

15. Wimpy – Popeye

Wimpy - Popeye

J. Wellington Wimpy, or simply Wimpy, is a character in the long-form comic strip Thimble Theater and the Popeye comic based on it. He is a hamburger fanatic and Popeye’s confidant. He is also known for his flirtatious ways and unbelievably high intellect.

He’s a soft-spoken, timid gentleman. Wimpy will stop at nothing to get a free burger and often promises to repay them, who gladly gives him a burger on Tuesday, but he usually doesn’t.

16. Obelix – Asterix

Obelix - Asterix

Obelix is one of the fat cartoon characters in the French comic series Asterix. He was a stele carver and delivery man, Asterix’s best friend. Obelix was known for his obesity, his shoulders of stone pillars, and his superhuman strength.

17. Baloo – The Jungle Book

Baloo - The Jungle Book

Baloo is a fun-loving and humble character in the 1967 Disney film The Jungle Book. He is a fun, easygoing, loyal, and good-hearted sloth bear who is best friends with a “cub” named Mowgli.

Baloo’s personality can easily be portrayed as a laid-back, gentle personality. As much as Baloo loves relaxation and tranquility, he’s also a socialite.

18. Heffer Wolfe – Rocko’s Modern Life

Heffer Wolfe - Rocko's Modern Life

Heffer Steer-Wolfe is a fictional character in the animated television series Rocko’s Modern Life and the comic book series of the same name. He loves bologna sandwiches and “has an interesting outlook on life”.

19. Wario – Super Mario

Wario - Super Mario

Wario is a recurring fat cartoon character in the Super Mario series, intended to be Mario’s archrival. He is a muscular, grumpy, fat, greedy character who usually acts like an anti-hero or antagonist.

Wario is always in the yellow hat and purple overalls, larger physique and extraordinary strength. And he has a simple mind rude Italian accent.

20. King Dedede – Kirby

King Dedede - Kirby

King Dedede is a chubby blue penguin bird wearing a red regal coat with white fur trim. He also wears yellow mitten gloves, a red beanie hat with a white fur pom-pom and gold crown brim, a red and yellow zigzag belt, and a buff yellow tank top.

21. Pumbaa – The Lion King

Pumbaa - The Lion King

Pumbaa is a main character in the 1994 Disney animated film The Lion King and a supporting character in the 2004 film The Lion King 1½. He is Timon’s best friend, a gluttonous warthog.

Pumbaa is a loving, big-hearted character who can sometimes display a childlike innocence that can sometimes be mistaken for stupidity.

22. Muriel Bagge – Courage the Cowardly Dog

Muriel Bagge - Courage the Cowardly Dog

Muriel Bagge is the owner of the Spirit and Eustace’s wife. She is an elderly, overweight, kind, hardworking Scottish woman.

Muriel often carried a rolling pin; whenever Eustace harassed Courage, she would hit him with it. She enjoys tea, usually gardens, and is an excellent sitar player. Muriel also really enjoys cooking.

23. Fat Albert – Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

Fat Albert - Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

Fat Albert is one of the fat cartoon characters and protagonists of the television show Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, as well as the film’s male lead. He’s the heart and soul, and often the conscience, of the Junkyard Gang.

Fat Albert has a civic sense and intelligence beyond his years, striving to maintain integrity within the gang and with others. He doesn’t hesitate to go out of his way to help those in need, but he also knows when to seek advice from adults (especially his parents or teachers) if he feels like he’s not coping.

24. Blob – X-Men

Blob - X-Men

The Blob is a fictional character in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is often described as the antagonist of the X-Men.

He is originally described as a mutant of a morbidly obese circus freak. He possesses an extremely flexible body mass, which gives him superhuman strength. And he always commits petty crimes as a crucial member of the Brotherhood of Mutants and Freedom Force.

25. Cookie Monster – Sesame Street

Cookie Monster - Sesame Street

The Cookie Monster is a greedy monster and one of the protagonists of Sesame Street. He has blue fur, wide eyes, and a voracious appetite. Cookie Monster has a low, growling voice and usually speaks in simple diction.

Summarize

25 wonderful fat cartoon characters have been demonstrated. Are you interested in Garfield or Winnie? They are all the memory of our childhood. Don’t you want to visit them again? If you have listed other adorable characters, please share them with us!

Author

  • KEMBERLY MCCELLAN

    KEMBERLY MCCELLAN is a passionate and dedicated anime enthusiast who has combined his love for technology and animation to create a thriving online community for anime aficionados. His journey into the world of anime began at an early age when he was introduced to classics like "Naruto" and "Dragon Ball." These early experiences sparked his lifelong fascination with the art of animation.

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