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* ''GG Bond'', a Chinese animated show, stars a pig with superpowers.
10th Sep '17 1:35:56 PM DaibhidC
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** And we have a new animal SociopathicHero to boot, [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lantern]] [[CatsAreMean Dex-Starr]]!
** There's also Detective Chimp, a genius (by human standards) chimpanzee who can [[SpeaksFluentAnimal communicate with animals]].
** DC also has at least two gorilla supervillain, Gorilla Grodd, an EvilGenius [[MindControl mind controlling]] gorilla who gained his powers from a [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum crashed alien ship]] [[RetCon or]] a [[GreenRocks meteor]], and Monsieur Mallah, who gained his superhuman intelligence from a MadScientist's experiements.
*** Then there's Grodd's heroic nephew, Sam Simian of ''ComicBook/AngelAndTheApe.''
*** Grodd is connected (exactly how varies pretty much every time his origin story gets retold) to Gorilla City, an entire city of genius gorillas. They're not superheroes (though their former leader, Solovar, wore a cape and had psychic powers similar to Grodd's), but on the other hand, they ''are'' gorillas, so even an ordinary citizen of Gorilla City is far stronger than a human.

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** * And we have a new animal SociopathicHero to boot, [[Franchise/GreenLantern Red Lantern]] [[CatsAreMean Dex-Starr]]!
** * There's also Detective Chimp, a genius (by human standards) chimpanzee who can [[SpeaksFluentAnimal communicate with animals]].
** * DC also has at least two gorilla supervillain, supervillains, Gorilla Grodd, an EvilGenius [[MindControl mind controlling]] gorilla who gained his powers from a [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum crashed alien ship]] [[RetCon or]] a [[GreenRocks meteor]], and Monsieur Mallah, who gained his superhuman intelligence from a MadScientist's experiements.
*** ** Then there's Grodd's heroic nephew, Sam Simian of ''ComicBook/AngelAndTheApe.''
*** ** Grodd is connected (exactly how varies pretty much every time his origin story gets retold) to Gorilla City, an entire city of genius gorillas. They're not superheroes (though their former leader, Solovar, wore a cape and had psychic powers similar to Grodd's), but on the other hand, they ''are'' gorillas, so even an ordinary citizen of Gorilla City is far stronger than a human.



** Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].

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** * Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].



* Rex, The Wonder Dog. He killed dinosaurs with atom bombs.
** And he wasn't even anthropomorphic!!

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* Rex, The Wonder Dog. He killed dinosaurs with atom bombs.
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bombs. And he wasn't even anthropomorphic!!
14th Aug '17 5:59:51 AM N8han11
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** Although it's debatable whether Super Cow has actual super powers or is just Cow speaking Spanish and willing to use the proportionate strength of... a cow.
*** She's been shown flying on several occasions, so it's more than likely superpowers. In fact, it was made a plot point in one episode that her powers come from her "magic cape", which is actually Cow's blankie.
4th Aug '17 11:51:58 AM fergzilla
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* ''Animation/{{Miniforce}}'' is a South Korean-made show that has the unusual combination of this trope and the {{Sentai}} genre.
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18th Jul '17 7:57:54 PM HeroGal2347
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* Gizmoduck from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''

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* Gizmoduck from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987''
31st Jan '17 3:43:11 AM Luppercus
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** Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].


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** Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].
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* ''Manga/HyperPolice''
* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats''



* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats''
* ''Manga/HyperPolice''

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* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats''
* ''Manga/HyperPolice''



* ''BorisTheBear'', an ultraviolent ursine AntiHero who's made it his life's mission to destroy every ''other'' anthropomorphic animal superhero in existence, starting with the TMNT, [[spoiler: except for Droopy.]]
** Not really. That was [[NeverLiveItDown only in his first issue.]] Still, the fact that this exists shows you how popular, almost tediously so, this trope was in the wake of the Turtles.
** Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].



* Creator/MarvelComics' ''[[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Porker, Spider-Ham]]'', and many others appearing in his universe ([[ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} Deerdevil]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain Americat]], [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk Bunny]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour the Fantastic Fur]], Ducktor Doom.... the list goes on and on).
** Comic book people sure love animal puns, don't they?
** There's also the puntastic ''Marvel Apes'' series along with the Prime Eight spin-off. Just a small sampling: Spider-Monkey, Iron Mandrill, Nick Furry (same name as the funny animal in the ''Spider-Ham'' stories, oddly), Silverback Surfer, Doc Ook...
** ''ComicBook/UltimateFF'' has Miles Morhames, the Ultimate Spider-Ham, who is a humanoid pig from a decidedly less cartoony version of the ''Spider-Ham'' universe.
** Does Black Panther turning into a ''literal'' anthropomorphic black panther in ''ComicBook/EarthX'' count?
* ''BorisTheBear'', an ultraviolent ursine AntiHero who's made it his life's mission to destroy every ''other'' anthropomorphic animal superhero in existence, starting with the TMNT, [[spoiler: except for Droopy.]]
** Not really. That was [[NeverLiveItDown only in his first issue.]] Still, the fact that this exists shows you how popular, almost tediously so, this trope was in the wake of the Turtles.
* ''ComicBook/{{Extinctioners}}'' - an indy comic featuring an entire planet of super-powered, human created "humanimals".
* A few stories had ComicBook/TomStrong meet his FunnyAnimal counterpart, a rabbit named Warren Strong along with his wife Patience, daughters Topsy, Turvy and Fluffytail (a ShoutOut to ''[[Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit Peter Rabbit]]'') and archenemy Basil Saveen (a fox version of Paul Saveen, possibly named after [[Series/TheBasilBrushShow Basil Brush]]).
* Rex, The Wonder Dog. He killed dinosaurs with atom bombs.
** And he wasn't even anthropomorphic!!
* ''[[ComicBook/TheInhumans Lockjaw]] and the ComicBook/PetAvengers'', in which {{Team Pet}}s from across the Franchise/MarvelUniverse band together without their humans getting in the way.



* Marvel's "[[http://ape-law.com/GAF/images/powerpach01.jpg Power Pachyderms]]", an AffectionateParody of their own ''Franchise/XMen''.
* The aforementioned ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' of course.



* ''ComicBook/DCOneMillion'' had Justice Legion Z (for Zoomorphs), which was descended from the Legion of Executive Familiars, which in turn was the even-futher-future counterpart to the Legion of Superpets. The JLZ membership included Proty One Million, a version of Comet the Super-Horse and Mastermind, presumably a heroic descendant of Mr Mind, the World's Wickedest Worm. The Executive Familiars were Krypto-9, Wormhole, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent the Sun Dragons]], and [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods Octo the Eight-Dimensional Cephalopod]].



* Nedor Comics' Black Terror (now a PublicDomainCharacter seen in ''ComicBook/TomStrong: Terra Obscura'' and ''ComicBook/ProjectSuperpowers'') spawned a FunnyAnimal counterpart called the Black Terrier. Since the Terror's real identity was either Mark Benton or Bob Benton, the Terrier was Bark Benton.
* ''ComicBook/DCOneMillion'' had Justice Legion Z (for Zoomorphs), which was descended from the Legion of Executive Familiars, which in turn was the even-futher-future counterpart to the Legion of Superpets. The JLZ membership included Proty One Million, a version of Comet the Super-Horse and Mastermind, presumably a heroic descendant of Mr Mind, the World's Wickedest Worm. The Executive Familiars were Krypto-9, Wormhole, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent the Sun Dragons]], and [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods Octo the Eight-Dimensional Cephalopod]].

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* Nedor Comics' Black Terror (now a PublicDomainCharacter seen in ''ComicBook/TomStrong: Terra Obscura'' and ''ComicBook/ProjectSuperpowers'') spawned a FunnyAnimal counterpart called the Black Terrier. Since the Terror's real identity was either Mark Benton or Bob Benton, the Terrier was Bark Benton.
* ''ComicBook/DCOneMillion'' had Justice Legion Z (for Zoomorphs), which was descended from the Legion
''ComicBook/{{Extinctioners}}'' - an indy comic featuring an entire planet of Executive Familiars, which in turn was the even-futher-future counterpart to the Legion of Superpets. The JLZ membership included Proty One Million, a version of Comet the Super-Horse and Mastermind, presumably a heroic descendant of Mr Mind, the World's Wickedest Worm. The Executive Familiars were Krypto-9, Wormhole, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent the Sun Dragons]], and [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods Octo the Eight-Dimensional Cephalopod]].super-powered, human created "humanimals".



* Creator/MarvelComics' ''[[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Porker, Spider-Ham]]'', and many others appearing in his universe ([[ComicBook/{{Daredevil}} Deerdevil]], [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain Americat]], [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Hulk Bunny]], [[ComicBook/FantasticFour the Fantastic Fur]], Ducktor Doom.... the list goes on and on).
** Comic book people sure love animal puns, don't they?
** There's also the puntastic ''Marvel Apes'' series along with the Prime Eight spin-off. Just a small sampling: Spider-Monkey, Iron Mandrill, Nick Furry (same name as the funny animal in the ''Spider-Ham'' stories, oddly), Silverback Surfer, Doc Ook...
** ''ComicBook/UltimateFF'' has Miles Morhames, the Ultimate Spider-Ham, who is a humanoid pig from a decidedly less cartoony version of the ''Spider-Ham'' universe.
** Does Black Panther turning into a ''literal'' anthropomorphic black panther in ''ComicBook/EarthX'' count?
* Marvel's "[[http://ape-law.com/GAF/images/powerpach01.jpg Power Pachyderms]]", an AffectionateParody of their own ''Franchise/XMen''.
* ''[[ComicBook/TheInhumans Lockjaw]] and the ComicBook/PetAvengers'', in which {{Team Pet}}s from across the Franchise/MarvelUniverse band together without their humans getting in the way.
* Rex, The Wonder Dog. He killed dinosaurs with atom bombs.
** And he wasn't even anthropomorphic!!



* The aforementioned ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' of course.
* Nedor Comics' Black Terror (now a PublicDomainCharacter seen in ''ComicBook/TomStrong: Terra Obscura'' and ''ComicBook/ProjectSuperpowers'') spawned a FunnyAnimal counterpart called the Black Terrier. Since the Terror's real identity was either Mark Benton or Bob Benton, the Terrier was Bark Benton.



* Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].

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* Ace the Bat-Hound in Silver Age ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics. Who wore a cowl to hide a distinctive patch on A few stories had ComicBook/TomStrong meet his fur. And now there's Bat-Cow, who started as FunnyAnimal counterpart, a one-off joke in ''ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman'', but has since had a brief solo story in a ''Batman Incorporated'' one-shot and sort of teamed up rabbit named Warren Strong along with the [[ComicBook/NewGods Forever People]].his wife Patience, daughters Topsy, Turvy and Fluffytail (a ShoutOut to ''[[Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit Peter Rabbit]]'') and archenemy Basil Saveen (a fox version of Paul Saveen, possibly named after [[Series/TheBasilBrushShow Basil Brush]]).



* ''Literature/HowToBeASuperhero'' devotes an entire Appendix to the topic, including what commands to teach (and not teach) your superpet.



* ''Literature/HowToBeASuperhero'' devotes an entire Appendix to the topic, including what commands to teach (and not teach) your superpet.



* The Super Sheep weapon from ''VideoGame/{{Worms}}''. It's a sheep which flies around wearing a red cape. And then ''[[BaaBomb explodes]]''.
* VideoGame/EarthwormJim.



* VideoGame/EarthwormJim.



* The Super Sheep weapon from ''VideoGame/{{Worms}}''. It's a sheep which flies around wearing a red cape. And then ''[[BaaBomb explodes]]''.



* ''{{Supermegatopia}}'' is an AffectionateParody of superhero comics that takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals.



* ''{{Supermegatopia}}'' is an AffectionateParody of superhero comics that takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals.



* ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'': FlyingBrick Splendid, though he's [[IdiotHero not very good]] at it.



* ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'': FlyingBrick Splendid, though he's [[IdiotHero not very good]] at it.

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* ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'': FlyingBrick Splendid, though he's [[IdiotHero not very good]] at it.



* An obscure and very low-quality animated film called ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTheAmericanRabbit'' stars a rabbit who fights forest crime by painting himself as the American flag and putting on roller skates to fly around and give speeches of {{Eagleland}} grade-A quality.
* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' and he's a bear.
* One ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' segment had Buttons as one.



* Examples from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'': Flash the Wonder Dog and his sidekick Conrad Cockatoo, the Red Badger of Courage (all of whom are [[ShowWithinAShow fictional]]), and Dale himself as [[RubberMan Rubber Bando]].



* As shown above, Super Cow from ''WesternAnimation/CowAndChicken''.
** Although it's debatable whether Super Cow has actual super powers or is just Cow speaking Spanish and willing to use the proportionate strength of... a cow.
*** She's been shown flying on several occasions, so it's more than likely superpowers. In fact, it was made a plot point in one episode that her powers come from her "magic cape", which is actually Cow's blankie.



* And ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretFilesOfTheSpyDogs'', of course.
* And also ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy''.



* The ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' shorts ''Farm League'', in which a League comprising Supermanatee, Wonder Wombat, Cybug, Aquamandrill, Batmongoose, Robin's Egg, The Flish, Ambush Slug and Shazham battle Sinestropotamus, Cat Cat, Moo-Face, Croaker, Captain Cod, Lex Liger, and Duckseid from the Barn of Justice.
* Monkey from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''.



* Gizmoduck from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''



* Gizmoduck from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''

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* Gizmoduck from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''In the Creator/HannaBarbera ''El Kabong'' shorts, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw became a Franchise/{{Zorro}}-esque character who bashed people with a guitar instead of slashing at them with a saber.
* [[WesternAnimation/GeorgeOfTheJungle Super Chicken]] was a millionaire playboy/superhero chicken, living among humans in Pittsburgh with Fred, his dim lion sidekick (who knew the job was dangerous when he took it).



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' has Mojo Jojo, although he's a villain.
** There was also the episode where Mojo Jojo turned the girls into dogs, not taking into consideration the fact that super-powered girls turned into dogs are still super-powered.
** And an episode where Bubbles gave an injured squirrel some Chemical X, and ended up giving it superpowers.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' has Mojo Jojo, although he's a villain.
Two ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts featured Bugs as "Super Rabbit" and Daffy as "Stupor Duck".
** There was A UsefulNotes/McDonalds Happy Meal toyline also played with the episode where Mojo Jojo turned concept: Bugs was "Super Rabbit", Daffy was "Bat Duck", the girls into dogs, not taking into consideration Tazmanian Devil was "Taz-Flash", and Petunia Pig was "Wonder Pig".
** On ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', Bugs is apparently Batman in
the fact that super-powered girls turned into dogs are still super-powered.
** And an episode where Bubbles gave an injured squirrel some Chemical X, and ended up giving it superpowers.
show's universe.



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' has Mojo Jojo, although he's a villain.
** There was also the episode where Mojo Jojo turned the girls into dogs, not taking into consideration the fact that super-powered girls turned into dogs are still super-powered.
** And an episode where Bubbles gave an injured squirrel some Chemical X, and ended up giving it superpowers.



* And ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretFilesOfTheSpyDogs'', of course.
* The Caped Koala in ''WesternAnimation/{{SheZow}}'' is a badass defender of the peace between wombats and koalas.



* And also ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy''.



* Monkey from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''.
* Examples from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'': Flash the Wonder Dog and his sidekick Conrad Cockatoo, the Red Badger of Courage (all of whom are [[ShowWithinAShow fictional]]), and Dale himself as [[RubberMan Rubber Bando]].
* Two ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts featured Bugs as "Super Rabbit" and Daffy as "Stupor Duck".
** A UsefulNotes/McDonalds Happy Meal toyline also played with the concept: Bugs was "Super Rabbit", Daffy was "Bat Duck", the Tazmanian Devil was "Taz-Flash", and Petunia Pig was "Wonder Pig".
** On ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', Bugs is apparently Batman in the show's universe.
* As shown above, Super Cow from ''WesternAnimation/CowAndChicken''.
** Although it's debatable whether Super Cow has actual super powers or is just Cow speaking Spanish and willing to use the proportionate strength of... a cow.
*** She's been shown flying on several occasions, so it's more than likely superpowers. In fact, it was made a plot point in one episode that her powers come from her "magic cape", which is actually Cow's blankie.
* In the Creator/HannaBarbera ''El Kabong'' shorts, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw became a Franchise/{{Zorro}}-esque character who bashed people with a guitar instead of slashing at them with a saber.
* An obscure and very low-quality animated film called ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTheAmericanRabbit'' stars a rabbit who fights forest crime by painting himself as the American flag and putting on roller skates to fly around and give speeches of {{Eagleland}} grade-A quality.
* [[WesternAnimation/GeorgeOfTheJungle Super Chicken]] was a millionaire playboy/superhero chicken, living among humans in Pittsburgh with Fred, his dim lion sidekick (who knew the job was dangerous when he took it).
* One ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' segment had Buttons as one.
* The Caped Koala in ''WesternAnimation/{{SheZow}}'' is a badass defender of the peace between wombats and koalas.
* The ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' shorts ''Farm League'', in which a League comprising Supermanatee, Wonder Wombat, Cybug, Aquamandrill, Batmongoose, Robin's Egg, The Flish, Ambush Slug and Shazham battle Sinestropotamus, Cat Cat, Moo-Face, Croaker, Captain Cod, Lex Liger, and Duckseid from the Barn of Justice.
* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' and he's a bear.

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* Monkey from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''.
* Examples from ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'': Flash the Wonder Dog and his sidekick Conrad Cockatoo, the Red Badger of Courage (all of whom are [[ShowWithinAShow fictional]]), and Dale himself as [[RubberMan Rubber Bando]].
* Two ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts featured Bugs as "Super Rabbit" and Daffy as "Stupor Duck".
** A UsefulNotes/McDonalds Happy Meal toyline also played with the concept: Bugs was "Super Rabbit", Daffy was "Bat Duck", the Tazmanian Devil was "Taz-Flash", and Petunia Pig was "Wonder Pig".
** On ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', Bugs is apparently Batman in the show's universe.
* As shown above, Super Cow from ''WesternAnimation/CowAndChicken''.
** Although it's debatable whether Super Cow has actual super powers or is just Cow speaking Spanish and willing to use the proportionate strength of... a cow.
*** She's been shown flying on several occasions, so it's more than likely superpowers. In fact, it was made a plot point in one episode that her powers come from her "magic cape", which is actually Cow's blankie.
* In the Creator/HannaBarbera ''El Kabong'' shorts, WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw became a Franchise/{{Zorro}}-esque character who bashed people with a guitar instead of slashing at them with a saber.
* An obscure and very low-quality animated film called ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTheAmericanRabbit'' stars a rabbit who fights forest crime by painting himself as the American flag and putting on roller skates to fly around and give speeches of {{Eagleland}} grade-A quality.
* [[WesternAnimation/GeorgeOfTheJungle Super Chicken]] was a millionaire playboy/superhero chicken, living among humans in Pittsburgh with Fred, his dim lion sidekick (who knew the job was dangerous when he took it).
* One ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' segment had Buttons as one.
* The Caped Koala in ''WesternAnimation/{{SheZow}}'' is a badass defender of the peace between wombats and koalas.
* The ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' shorts ''Farm League'', in which a League comprising Supermanatee, Wonder Wombat, Cybug, Aquamandrill, Batmongoose, Robin's Egg, The Flish, Ambush Slug and Shazham battle Sinestropotamus, Cat Cat, Moo-Face, Croaker, Captain Cod, Lex Liger, and Duckseid from the Barn of Justice.
* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' and he's a bear.
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* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' as he's a bear.

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* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' as and he's a bear.
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* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' as he's a bear.

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* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' as he's a bear.
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* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' as he's a bear.

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* Cubbi Gummi impersonates the hero Crimson Avenger with great success in three episodes ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' as he's a bear.
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