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My Favorite 2000s Decade Animated Male and Female

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This here is my new top favorites. Only this time, they are male and female animated characters debuting from the 2000s decade, which is what I should have done about 10 or 15 years ago before I presented my favorite 2010s characters. Anyways, here they are:

Harvey Birdman – I like this classic Hanna-Barbera superhero as a lawyer who defended lots of his fellow cartoon characters from Fred Flintstone to George Jetson.

Ginger – One of my favorite characters from a clay-animated film made by Nick Park who also created Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep.

Aku – The most diabolical, shadowy villain that one of the most legendary heroes has ever faced and defeated.

Rosalie “Ro” Rowan – I watched The Zeta Project and never realized how lucky Zeta is to have a human girlfriend as cute and cool as Ro.

Scrat – The funniest thing about this saber-toothed squirrel is his inability to keep his precious acorn safe from so many hilarious predicaments, such as fighting a school of piranha or traveling through time.

Teela – Trying to find a female animated character who first appeared in the year 2002 is very hard. But when I watched the 2002 version of He-Man, I find the animation to be quite compelling. I even find Teela in the 2002 version to be quite hot. Although I like her original outfit from 1990, I like her physical appearance from 2002 more.

Utrom Shredder (Ch’rell) – I like the Shredder better as a deadly Utrom that controlled the armor.

Karai – There are many different versions of Karai within the TMNT multiverse, including the one from the 2012 TV series and Rise of the TMNT. This Karai from the year 2003 is one of my favorites.

H.E.L.P.er – This strange robot and assistant to the Venture Family is not much of a talker, but I like H.E.L.P.er nonetheless.

Ember McLain – One of my most favorite ghostly villains from Danny Phantom is the damn best.

Roger – Whenever I hear Roger speak, he sounds almost like Peter Griffin from Family Guy with a much thinner and very queer voice. But what I really love about this sardonic alien is his many disguises and aliases. Roger leads so many different lives while wearing different outfits and going by lots of names. Basically, he is the reason why I kept watching American Dad just like I continue supporting Family Guy.
Juniper Lee – I think the reason for choosing Juniper Lee is because of her willpower, great strength and commitment as the magical protector of Orchid Bay City.

Nathan Explosion – As a metalhead (or fan of heavy metal music), I also enjoy listening to death metal. Brendon Small did an even better job voicing Nathan Explosion than the other animated character of the same name as his portrayer’s from Home Movies. Dethklok totally kicks ass!

Madison Spaghettini Papadopoulos – I dunno why I favor this eccentric neo-hippie girl from Sunn Bridges’ music class, but there is something about Madison that makes her stand out from the rest of her classmates. Maybe it’s her soothing violin playing.

Jailbot – Another robot from Adult Swim who never talks is super hardcore and yet very compassionate. While Jailbot beats the living crap out of Jacknife every time he commits a crime, he has a sensitive side for innocent little children and even his creator/father-figure, the Warden of Superjail. One time, when Jailbot was malfunctioning, Jared suggested that the Warden should move on by getting Jailbot 2.0. Things went more efficiently until Jailbot’s replacement obsoleted Jared and Alice of their jobs. However, the Warden was happy to be reunited with classic Jailbot much to each other’s joy.

Panini – While I find Panini to be utterly psychotic, I like this cute young pink cabbit (cat-rabbit hybrid). The way she tries to win Chowder’s heart as well as catch him is no wonder one of C.H. Greenblatt’s animated shows is the most popular on Cartoon Network.

Komodo – One of my most favorite animals that are sometimes considered as cryptids. Unlike most Komodo dragons in real life, this one has the ability to turn invisible or at least camoflauge within the environment.

Tigress – Her ferocity and expert kung fu skills are what makes Tigress so hardcore. But despite her tough exterior, she has a soft side.

Sterling Archer – When I first watched Archer, I find the character designs to be so very lifelike and extremely easy on the eyes and mind.

Scratte – As I continued watching the movie series of Ice Age, the people who made the third film has also created a female version of the little single acorn hoarder. Scratte has instantly become one of my favorite Ice Age characters. Too bad Scrat’s relationship with her was short-lived.

I made this and uploaded it on my birthday, November 19th.

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