Freudian Trio: Newspaper Comics

Calvin and Hobbes
  • Id: Calvin — While incredibly intelligent, he acts on the first whim that enters his head.
  • Ego: Susie — Basic, level headed, moderately intelligent person. Has a slight level of control over Calvin.
  • Superego: Hobbes — Intellectual and calm, acts sometimes as a voice of reason for Calvin. Doesn't sweat too much.

Cul De Sac
  • Id: Alice — Impulsive, imaginative, sometimes violent.
  • Superego: Beni — Oriented to explaining and fixing things, though sometimes too inexperienced to know when he's wrong.
  • Ego: Dill — Generally not confrontational, but acquainted with the weirder side of things to relate to and bring out the better aspects of Alice.

  • Superego: Dilbert — Rational, logical, moral.
  • Id: Wally — Selfish, lazy, lecherous.
  • Ego: Alice — Industrious, short-tempered, less self-centered than Wally.

Dogs of C-Kennel
  • Superego: Will — Tries to maintain order in the kennel.
  • Ego: Iggy — Nervous character who is rather indecisive.
  • Id: Kenny — Scatter-brained comic relief who acts rather impulsively.

  • Superego: Jason — Intelligent, well-read, logical
  • Ego: Peter — Mediator, street-smart, Only Sane Man.
  • Id: Paige — Emotional, greedy, bad-tempered.

Get Fuzzy
  • Bucky (Id), Satchel (Ego), and Rob (Superego).

  • Id: Garfield — a complete slave to his addictions and desires.
  • Ego: Jon — Average everyman, albeit a bit of a loser.
  • Superego: Liz — Intellectual. Has higher ideals than the rest of the cast.

  • Ego: Charlie Brown — Token leader, unremarkable, "average joe".
  • Superego: Linus — Rational, well-read, intellectual.
  • Id: Lucy — Short-tempered, impulsive, immature.

Pearls Before Swine
  • Id: Rat — Scheming con-man, unrepentant Jerkass
  • Ego: Pig — Innocent, immature, blindly follows what Rat says
  • Superego: Goat — Unrecognized voice of reason, puts up with Rat and Pig