History EnsembleDarkHorse / WesternAnimation

22nd Apr '16 12:14:34 AM Nepeta
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** Bipper ([[BigBad Bill Cipher]]'s [[DemonicPossession possession of Dipper's body]]) became widely popular among fans.

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** Bipper [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs Bipper]] ([[BigBad Bill Cipher]]'s [[DemonicPossession possession of Dipper's body]]) became widely popular among fans.
19th Apr '16 9:57:32 PM IniuriaTalis
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', Nathanaël is just one of Marinette and Adrien's classmates who doesn't get a special amount of screentime or focus. However, he's the only one of their classmates who's a cute, shy, artistic boy with a crush on Marinette, something that the fandom has embraced enough to make him one of the show's most adored characters.
16th Apr '16 1:59:46 PM Martrop
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* ''WesternAnimation/BlinkyBill'' had adorable little [[TheWoobie Woobie]] Shifty Dingo and UsefulNotes/FurryFandom FetishFuelStationAttendant Daisy Dingo.
1st Apr '16 9:40:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* The third ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'' short, ''ACloseShave'' introduced a small gluttonous lamb as supporting character who gained quite a fan base. After helping chain off a great deal of toys and merchandise for the series, ''ShaunTheSheep'' was later granted his own TV series and set to have his own feature film.

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* The third ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'' short, ''ACloseShave'' introduced a small gluttonous lamb as supporting character who gained quite a fan base. After helping chain off a great deal of toys and merchandise for the series, ''ShaunTheSheep'' ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' was later granted his own TV series and set to have his own feature film.
22nd Mar '16 3:24:17 PM rafi
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* Wacky Weasel, a one-shot villain from ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' actually has a good amount of fanart and screenshots on the Internet.



* Despite the frequently horrifying content, the Peadofinder General in ''WesternAnimation/MonkeyDust'' is particularly popular. Something about the big hat and green skin...



* ''WesternAnimation/SkippyAdventuresInBushtown'' gives up Pos, the adorable possum cameraman.



* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub''
** Brandon, Helia, Nabu for the guys. Riven ''used'' to be this, until he TookALevelInJerkass and became one of the series' biggest BaseBreakers.
** Stormy and Darcy from the Trix, most recurring villains.
** Mirta for being TheWoobie, making a HeroicSacrifice, etc.
** Diaspro and Chimera count too, at least in their first appearance when they really looked threatening.
** The Wizards of the Black Circle, due to being the most competent villains in the series, and the only ones to [[spoiler: permanently kill one of the Heroes.]] The fan base was ''pissed'' at how [[AntiClimax easily they were defeated.]]
** Daphne is beloved for being a CoolBigSis, having a unique [[HeroicSacrifice backstory]], and having a really interesting design, though many were upset when [[spoiler: she was revived.]]



* Despite the frequently horrifying content, the Peadofinder General in ''WesternAnimation/MonkeyDust'' is particularly popular. Something about the big hat and green skin...
* Wacky Weasel, a one-shot villain from ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' actually has a good amount of fanart and screenshots on the Internet.
* ''WesternAnimation/SkippyAdventuresInBushtown'' gives up Pos, the adorable possum cameraman.
22nd Mar '16 6:19:10 AM Prfnoff
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** Taboo for having [[Creator/PamelaSegallAdlon a very familiar-sounding voice.]]

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** Taboo for having [[Creator/PamelaSegallAdlon [[Creator/PamelaAdlon a very familiar-sounding voice.]]
22nd Mar '16 6:18:07 AM Prfnoff
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** Two-Tone is without a doubt the most popular Dalmatian in the series, in fact so popular that fans felt she deserved to be the fourth main pup instead of Spot. She's mainly popular for her unique spot pattern and tomboyish personality. She usually appears in the background in most episodes but has had some speaking parts in a few episodes. Her claim to fame was the episode, "Love 'Em and Flea 'Em" where she played a major role [[BrotherSisterIncest and was in a romantic relationship with Lucky]]. Also, being [[HeyItsThatVoice voiced by Tara Strong]] just adds to her popularity.

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** Two-Tone is without a doubt the most popular Dalmatian in the series, in fact so popular that fans felt she deserved to be the fourth main pup instead of Spot. She's mainly popular for her unique spot pattern and tomboyish personality. She usually appears in the background in most episodes but has had some speaking parts in a few episodes. Her claim to fame was the episode, "Love 'Em and Flea 'Em" where she played a major role [[BrotherSisterIncest and was in a romantic relationship with Lucky]]. Also, being [[HeyItsThatVoice voiced by Tara Strong]] Creator/TaraStrong just adds to her popularity.



** Taboo for having [[HeyItsThatVoice a very familiar-sounding voice.]]

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** Taboo for having [[HeyItsThatVoice [[Creator/PamelaSegallAdlon a very familiar-sounding voice.]]
9th Feb '16 8:20:38 AM dsneybuf
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** Ultron first appeared in episode 5 as an innocent prison guard. As the first season progressed, he gradually entered the foreground while obtaining the knowledge that would turn him into the KillerRobot Marvel fans know and love. He finally turned against the Avengers in episodes 22 and 23, performing such feats as possessing Iron Man's armor, seemingly killing [[spoiler:Thor]], and using stolen nuclear missile codes to try and wipe out all "flawed" life on Earth. Even though the Avengers defeated him in only two episodes, an unofficial [[http://www.medinnus.com/AEMH/poll.html poll]] deemed him the most popular villain by a longshot.
** Mockingbird has become regarded by fans as a fun character. There's a significantly vocal group who wished she became part of the New Avengers. The choice to give her a bigger role in the Secret Invasion arc was actually thanks to Chris Yost noticing the positive reception she got.

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** Ultron first appeared in episode 5 as an innocent prison guard. As the first season progressed, he gradually entered the foreground while obtaining the knowledge that would turn him into the KillerRobot Marvel fans know and love. He finally turned against the Avengers in episodes 22 and 23, performing such feats as possessing Iron Man's armor, seemingly killing [[spoiler:Thor]], and using stolen nuclear missile codes to try and wipe out all "flawed" life on Earth. Even though The next season, he unexpectedly came back, upgraded his body, and replaced most of the Avengers defeated him in with ruthless robot duplicates. Even though Ultron ultimately only acted evil in two episodes, episodes each season, an unofficial [[http://www.medinnus.com/AEMH/poll.html poll]] deemed him the most popular villain by a longshot.
** Mockingbird has become regarded by fans as a fun character.character, despite only making three appearances under that alias. There's a significantly vocal group who wished she became part of the New Avengers. The choice to give her a bigger role in the Secret Invasion arc was actually thanks to Chris Yost noticing the positive reception she got.
9th Feb '16 8:16:06 AM dsneybuf
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** On the villainous side Grim Reaper won over a lot of the fanbase with his debut appearance- a big [[Awesome/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Moment of Awesome]] breakout. While callous, he's also an AdaptationalBadass and CreepyAwesome, unlike his comic version. Who was pretty lame.

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** On the villainous side side, Grim Reaper won over a lot of the fanbase with his debut appearance- a big [[Awesome/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Moment of Awesome]] breakout. While callous, he's also an AdaptationalBadass and CreepyAwesome, unlike his comic version. Who was pretty lame.


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** Mockingbird has become regarded by fans as a fun character. There's a significantly vocal group who wished she became part of the New Avengers. The choice to give her a bigger role in the Secret Invasion arc was actually thanks to Chris Yost noticing the positive reception she got.
4th Feb '16 4:52:30 PM endplanetstvt
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* 21 and 24 (but especially 21 now) from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' They started off as nameless henchmen (numberless, too in the first episodes) to have more air time than the Monarch himself. In the latest season, 21, after he TookALevelInBadass, could arguably be called the leader of the Monarchs. The other henchmen refer to him a General 21. He is even putting the moves on Dr. Misses the Monarch, whom he has always crushed on.

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* 21 and 24 (but especially 21 now) from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' has so many ensemble darkhorses that its hard to qualify. Minor characters re-appear as medium character, part of a team or full blown important characters.
**21 and 24 (but especially 21 now) are the best example.
They started off as nameless henchmen (numberless, too in the first episodes) to have more air time than the Monarch himself. In the latest season, 21, after he TookALevelInBadass, could arguably be called the leader of the Monarchs. The other henchmen refer to him a General 21. He is even putting the moves on Dr. Misses the Monarch, whom he has always crushed on.on.
**Dr. Girlfriend started off as a minor character [[spoiler:''who eventually became a primary character and may have more screentime than The Monarch'']]
** Sergent Hatred and Monstroso ares first introduced as just a name along with other generically named villains before [[spoiler:''becoming Dr. Venture's Body Guard and primary antagonists respectively.'']]
** Baron Von Underbite, Scott Hall and Radical Left were medium, minor and cameo characters respectively who [[spoiler:''become part of The Revenge Society who play a major part in the plot'']]
** Scott Hall was a basic yet competent minion who [[spoiler:''eventually became a powerful super villain who killed dozens of heroes and villains and then joined The Revenge Society.'']]
** Shore Leave and Sky Pilot were first shown as OSI agents briefly in a flashback alongside several other OSI agents, and then becoming minor characters for an episode who help Brock escape assassins. And then Shore Leave becomes a relatively important [[spoiler:''Sphinx'']] agent alongside Brock and Sky Pilot [[spoiler:''turns out to have been an important mole all along.'']]
** Sphinx and a few of its members appeared in a brief flashback before the good guys revive Sphinx [[spoiler:''to hunt down bad guys and a few former Sphinx operatives get an entire episode dedicated to them.'']]
** The OSI and The Guild of Calamitous Intent were originally unknown to everyone in the cast and were super secretive organizations only heard of in whispers.
** The Sea Captain was a one episode villain that is now a reoccurring minor character.
** The Investors, Cardholder and Doe, and Molotov Cocktease all start off as memorable characters in their own right but become absolutely vital characters that entire season/series plotlines revolve around.
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