Top 50 Best Female Cartoon Characters Of All Time


Cartoons remind us of our childhood and carefree days. They always meant mindless and harmless entertainment for children and teenagers.


However, over time, these harmless and mindless cartoons became a very powerful tool to shape the psyche of people from a young age.


While some cartoons choose to spread environmental messages, some choose social and cultural messages for their cartoons.


Kids were encouraged to become strong like He-man and later Superman. Patriotism and valour were the messages kids learned from GI Joe cartoons.


In the same way, young girls also learned many valuable lessons from the female characters in cartoons.


Growing up, most young girls only knew about fairy tales like Cinderella, Snow White, Princess, and the Pea, etc.


At a time when Barbie dolls were a girl’s best friend, there came a revolution in the characterization of female cartoons.


We found characters with more intelligence, wisdom, bravery, etc., as against characters that were mere damsels in distress, pawns in the hands of witches and dragons.


Female characters represent the hopes and aspirations of new-age girls, like Merida who likes archery better than sewing, Belle who would rather save her father from the beast than choose a comfortable life, or Fiona who took the form of her true love and became an ogre.


ENTOIN offers its list of such beautiful, smart, brave, and selfless heroines of the cartoons we love to watch.


They are ready for any battle, whether it is the everyday social life like Daria or intergalactic wars like Ahsoka Tano, or crime fighters like Velma Dinkley.


So, bring out your fluffy bunny slippers, get your strawberry milkshake ready with a bowl of caramel popcorn and get ready for a world of rainbows and unicorns.




1. Wonder Woman (Wonder Woman)


wonder woman (wonder woman)


Wonder Woman is a demi-god and the Princess Diana of the Amazonian race of people.


She is the daughter of Queen Hippolyta and Hades of the Underworld. All her life, Wonder Woman was spent on the isolated island of Themyscira.


As an Amazonian, Diana was taught that all men were evil, self-serving warmongers. They were not worth saving or even considering.


Yet, she never let the humanity inside her die. When she heard about the difficulties the world faced during the world war, she decided that she would not sit idly by and watch the world destroy itself.


She stepped out of her protected world to save humanity. For years, she worked alone to fight crime, and when she met other superheroes and do-gooders like the Justice League of America, she joined forces with them and set aside her ego to work as a team.


Being a demi-god and a princess, Diana is filled with nobility, courage, self-righteousness, justice, and compassion.


She uses all these qualities to stand up for us and fight against all odds.




2. Elsa, The Snow Queen (Frozen)


Elsa, The Snow Queen (Frozen)


Elsa, The Snow Queen, is a prominent character from Disney’s animated film Frozen.


She possesses the magical ability to create ice and snow, but struggles to control her powers, fearing that they may harm those around her.


Elsa is depicted as a complex and introspective character. She is burdened by the responsibility of hiding her powers and keeping her emotions in check.


Elsa is known for her iconic song “Let It Go,” which symbolizes her journey of self-acceptance and liberation.


Throughout the film, she learns to embrace her uniqueness and finds empowerment through love and understanding.


Elsa represents themes of self-discovery, personal growth, and the strength of familial bonds, making her a beloved and relatable character for audiences of all ages.




3. Princess Fiona (Shrek)


Princess Fiona (Shrek)


Princess Fiona, the first thing that comes to our mind when we talk about her is Shrek, the ogre, big green monster, talking donkey, and similar connotations.


However, there is more to her story than an ordinary princess. She is the daughter of King Harold (a frog prince) and Queen Lilian.


She is the princess of a land called Far Far Away. Princess Fiona’s story started in a castle surrounded by hot flames and guarded by a dragon.


She was rescued by Shrek on the behalf of Lord Farquaad. When Fiona heard about it, she refused to accept it because she wanted to be, properly, rescued by a prince, as described in the fairy tales.


This was when Fiona realized that the real world was different from fairy tales. Apart from this valuable lesson, she learned and taught us many more lessons like seeing inner beauty by believing in ourselves; if we want life to change, then we have to take action for it; accept the hand dealt with us by life, and make the most of it, etc.


She has proven to us, time and again, that our fate is in our hands and our decisions.




4. Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender)


Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender)


Katara is a Waterbender from the Southern water tribe. She is the daughter of the tribe chief, Hakuba, and his wife, Kya.


She also has a brother Sokka. She lost her parents to the Hundred Years’ War with the Fire Nation and traveled with her brother Sokka and Aang to the different tribes to learn skills.


Katara was a Waterbender and became a master to Aang and taught him the skill.


She and her brother traveled with him to learn other skills like Earthbending and Firebending.


She stayed with the team avatar and assisted Aang in putting an end to the fire nation’s ambition of world domination.


Katara lost her mother at a young age and had to grow up fast. She took over the responsibilities of her mother and took care of Sokka and the people around her.


This made her independent, strong-willed, and fiercely protective. Katara is a morally driven and compassionate being with a strong sense of justice.



5. Belle (Beauty And The Beast)


Belle (Beauty And The Beast)


Belle is the main female lead in Beauty And The Beast. She is the daughter of an inventor, Maurice, who gets lost in the forest while returning from the fair.


This prompts Belle to go looking for him and get imprisoned in the palace of the Beast.


While Belle is a book-loving, voracious reader, she loves her father more than anything else.


Her sense of loyalty forces her to stay with the Beast for the sake of her father.


She shows the same attitude towards the Beast and returns to the castle despite all her struggles.


She sees the inner beauty of the Beast and loves him. Belle is a very intelligent young lady, and her love for books and libraries is a testament to this.


She is also very confident and does not shy away from voicing what she thinks.


She hates bullies and stands up for the oppressed. Her loving, kind nature and her loyalty are her shining qualities.



6. Mulan (Mulan)


Mulan (Mulan)


Fa Mulan is the daughter of a feeble war veteran. When the Huns invade the Chinese Han dynasty, the emperor calls all the male members of every family to join the war efforts.


As her father is too old and feeble to participate in the war, Fa Mulan disguises herself as a man and goes to war.


The story of this Disney film is inspired by the old Chinese tale of Hua Mulan from the Ballads of Mulan.


As depicted in the Disney story, Hua Mulan replaces her father and goes to war.


She returns victorious after many brave combats. When the emperor offered her positions in the court for her service, she rejected them and returned home.


Only then did she reveal her identity as a woman to her comrades. In traditional China, girls were prohibited from participating in war or learning martial arts, and fighting alongside men.


Despite their bravery, they were expected to stay at home. Mulan broke this barrier and stepped up to take on the burdens of her father and make her family proud.


She not only fought in her father’s stead, but she was valiant and won battle honors.



7. Mystique (X-Men)


Mystique (X-Men)


Mystique is the mutant alter ego of Raven Darkholme. She is a prominent mutant member of Magneto’s team.


She also helped set up the Brotherhood of Mutants, which was an assassination squad that dealt with anyone who meddled in mutant affairs.


She also worked with prominent mutants like Magneto, Professor Xavier, the Beast, etc. Mystique is over 100 years old, but her actual age is unknown.


She has been actively working with mutants as a spy and an assassin since the start of the 20th century.


She has lived through many hardships, betrayals, and rejections. This has made her a cold-hearted, cynical person who does not trust anyone easily.


She is described as having red hair and blue skin. She can shapeshift to take the form of any human.


Using this skill, she has always worked to protect the interests of mutants and mutant affairs.


For this, she will align herself with either group of X-Men or the Brotherhood of Mutants.


She is the mother of the mutant, Nightcrawler, and adopted Rogue when she was having trouble with her powers.



8. Ahsoka Tano (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)


Ahsoka Tano (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)


Ahsoka Tano is a significant character in the Star Wars universe, introduced in the animated film and series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.


A Togruta from the planet Shili, Ahsoka becomes the Padawan apprentice to Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars. Initially headstrong and impulsive, she grows under Anakin’s guidance and develops into a skilled Jedi.


During the Clone Wars, Ahsoka becomes a key figure, involved in various battles and missions alongside Anakin.


However, following false accusations of bombing the Jedi Temple, she is expelled from the Jedi Order.


This leads Ahsoka to embark on a personal journey of self-discovery and independence, ultimately distancing herself from the Jedi and the war.


Ahsoka resurfaces in Star Wars Rebels, where she becomes a crucial ally to the growing Rebel Alliance.


Ahsoka’s story showcases her resilience, moral compass, and evolution from a Padawan to a formidable force for good in the galaxy.



9. Moana (Moana)


Moana (Moana)


Moana is the daughter of the chief of the Tribe Motunui. Her parents, Chief Tui and Sina prohibit her from journeying on a boat across the ocean.


However, since childhood, Moana felt an indescribable pull toward the water. She is considered the chosen one who has to journey across the seas to find the demi-God Maui and restore the heart of Goddess Te Fiti.


Chief Tui is shown to have attempted to sail across the ocean on a great boat, but he was met with violent storms that killed his crew and his dream.


Because of this, he actively keeps Moana away from the sea. Yet, Moana is the chosen one to restore the heart of the Goddess, so she is determined to save her island from starvation and slow death.


Moana is a stubborn and determined young lady. Being the chief’s daughter, she also feels responsible for her tribe and its welfare.


She has a very strong-willed personality that makes her stand out in a crowd. She is also fearless and never backs away from a challenge.



10. Pocahontas (Pocahontas)


Pocahontas (Pocahontas)


Pocahontas is a Native-American girl, and she is the daughter of the Chief Powhatan of the tribe on the East Coast.


She falls in love with the English settler John Smith and almost causes a war between the settlers and native tribesmen.


Pocahontas is a strong-willed woman who inherits her spirit from her mother, who passed away.


She can be described as a free-spirited, wise, noble person. She is highly spiritual and has a lot of kindness, wisdom, and guidance to offer.


She draws inspiration from nature, the land, the animals, and her tribe to guide her.


She is a playful, free-spirited person who has empathy for all animals, as she can understand them.


She also feels her mother’s spirit around her in the wind and hence feels close to nature.


As the years pass, she develops the maturity and self-assuredness that she lacked before.



11. Velma Dinkley (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!)


Velma Dinkley (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!)


Velma Dinkley is a member of a crime-fighting and mystery-solving group of teen detectives. She works along with Freddie, Daphne, Shaggy, and Scooby-Doo, to solve one mystery after another.


She wears black square eyeglasses and is often dressed in a baggy orange turtleneck sweater with a red pleated skirt.


She wears knee-high orange socks and red mary-janes. Velma is an intelligent, clever, and brave girl.


She has impeccable problem-solving skills, which often get the group out of difficult cases. She is also a very logical thinker and skeptical of most things paranormal.


She is the smartest member of the group and loves a good mystery. She has a penchant for losing her glasses every time, adding to the mayhem created by Scooby and Shaggy.


However, she is always prepared with Scooby snacks to bribe them into working together again.



12. Princess Leia (Star Wars Rebels )


Princess Leia (Star Wars Rebels )


The character of Princess Leia needs no introduction. All fans of the Star Wars franchise are more than aware of her role as the leader of the Rebel army, the Resistance army.


She is also famous for being the daughter of Princess Padme Amidala and Anakin Skywalker.


Darth Vader, wife of Han Solo and the mother of Kylo Ren. She has fulfilled many roles in the world of Star Wars.


You might ask me why I put her so low on the list of best female characters…well, she plays a bigger part in the live-action world than in the animated world of Star Wars Rebels.


Having said that, I would like to list out a few of her attributes that are noteworthy and inspiring.


She is a princess in the kingdom of Alderaan, the leader of the resistance. She is also a Jedi warrior and a General in the army.


For her sheer force of will, Princess Leia has to be included in the list.



13. Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)


Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)


Lisa Marie Simpson is the second child of Homer and Marge. She is a second-grader at Springdale Elementary School.


She has two siblings, an elder brother, Bart, and a younger sister, Maggie. Lisa might be only eight years old, but she is very intelligent and has strong left-wing ideologies.


Her intellect often forms a barrier between her and her classmates. She is also an animal rights activist and a vocal vegetarian.


She is also a feminist and an environmentalist. She is an activist who stands for many causes like the Tibetan Independence movement, peace warriors, etc.


She is a very conscientious person who is also kind, caring, and intelligent. She adopted Buddhism as her religion due to its non-violence policy.


She can also play the baritone saxophone very well. Its environmentalism and vegetarianism of Lisa were praised by PETA.


She won the Genesis and Environmental Media Awards.



14. Elastigirl (The Incredibles)


Elastigirl (The Incredibles)


Elastigirl is Helen Parr, a superhero in The Incredibles franchise. Helen was recruited by the NSA to work on different security issues for the government.


In a particular case, she met Mr. Incredible, a superhero. She fell in love with him and married him.


Elastigirl is an integral part of the superhero squad until the people’s movement outlawed superheroes.


It was her original intention to break into a male-dominated world of superheroes. After all of them were declared outlaws, Elastigirl hung up her hero cape and settled to become a housewife and mother.


Although she still had the power to kickass, as shown in both the Incredibles movies.


As a person, Helen Parr is level-headed, quick-thinking, and sharp-witted. She is also conscious of being the best at whatever she does.


Helen Parr is a true feminist who once said, ”Leave the saving the world to men?


I don’t think so!”. At the same time, she is also kind and caring towards her friends and family.



15. Daria Morgendorffer (Daria)


Daria Morgendorffer (Daria)


Daria is the protagonist of the teen animated series Daria. Initially, she was created as a side character in the MTV show Beavis and Butthead.


Owing to the success of the character Daria got her show. Daria has been described as a truth-bombing teenager by critics and viewers.


On the face of it, she appears to be rude and clinically depressed. If we observe her character, she is more of an anti-social and sarcastic person.


She has a deadpan expression, but she is intelligent, cynical, and likes to keep a low profile.


Daria is a high schooler who attends Lawndale High School. She always likes to fly under the radar and away from the in-crowd, the cheerleaders, and the jocks.


She is loyal to her only friend, Jane Lane. She shares her witty commentary on the airheads and the snowflakes in her town with Jane.



16. Princess Jasmine (Aladdin)


Princess Jasmine (Aladdin)


Princess Jasmine is the daughter of the Sultan of Agrabah and his late wife. She leads a very protected life in the confines of the palace with her pet tiger, Rajah.


This leads her to rebel. She sneaks out of her prison a few times to experience life as a normal citizen in her kingdom.


On one such visit to the city, she meets Aladdin, a petty thief. Jasmine’s life is very protected and controlled.


She has no friends, and all her activities are monitored by the minister Jafar, who has his evil scheme to overthrow the Sultan.


Jasmine uses her wit and charm to convince her father to change on every occasion that she can.


As a person, Jasmine is wise, courageous, insightful, and feisty. She does not fall for trickery, nonsense and flattery very easily.


Jasmine is strong-willed, and defiant and will stand up for what she believes is the right thing.


She is also a progressive ruler who wants to change outdated laws that hinder the people of the city.



17. Kim Possible (Kim Possible)


Kim Possible (Kim Possible)


Kimberley Ann “Kim” Possible is the protagonist of the show Kim Possible. She is a vigilante who fights crime, yet she also has good relations with law enforcement officials.


She does not work against the police but works with them to apprehend criminals. Kim Possible is a 14-year-old girl who is a high school student.


She is a straight-A student who is also popular among her friends for being the head cheerleader in Middleton High school.


Apart from this, she has a part-time job at Club Banana and works with the Global Justice network.


From the above introduction, one thing is clear Kim is an overachiever. She is confident in her abilities and is very competitive.


Kim might come across as arrogant on a few occasions yet, she is a kind and caring person.


She wants to do the right thing with everyone and in every situation.



18. Merida (Brave)


Merida (Brave)


Merida is the Scottish princess from the kingdom of DunBroch. She is the daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor.


Being 16 years of age, her parents have to choose a worthy husband for Merida, while she is very much against the idea of marrying.


She finds all the suitors to be ridiculous and unworthy. Merida is a free spirit with a strong will and rock-hard determination.


She is a tomboy and aims to be just like her father. He is the greatest bear hunter and the strongest fighter.


She is straightforward and has trouble with diplomacy. Merida contests her mother’s traditionalist views on the role of a princess.


She feels that everyone should be the owner of their destiny and learn archery, swordsmanship, horsemanship, etc.


Merida represents the fighting spirit of the new generation in the face of the old customs and traditions.



19. Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)


Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)


Jessica Rabbit is the main character in Who Framed Roger Rabbit and the wife of Roger Rabbit.


She is the cartoon human wife of the rabbit and is portrayed as a voluptuous, statuesque woman in a bright red backless gown with a slit on one side.


She is one of the main supporters of Roger when he is framed for the crime in the movie.


As a character, Jessica is a lounge singer and upcoming actress. She is portrayed as a sexualized and amoral woman, although in reality, she loves Roger dearly.


In fact, during her first meeting with Detective Valiant, she complains that she is not bad.


She is just drawn that way, referring to the way the cartoonist drew her. Throughout the movie, Jessica appears to be cool and distant, however, she is a very giving and compassionate person.


She is very loyal and dedicated to Roger and assists Eddie Valiant in every way she can.


Jessica Rabbit only proves that we should not judge a book by its cover and that we should not go by face value.



20. The Powerpuff Girls (The Powerpuff Girls)


The Powerpuff Girls (The Powerpuff Girls)


The Powerpuff Girls are a trio of little girls created in the lab by a scientist.


He accidentally added a mysterious chemical X, which resulted in the little girl’s superhuman abilities.


Although they are merely kindergarteners, they are capable of fighting crime and evil villains every day.


The Powerpuff Girls constitute; Blossom is a redhead with a pink dress and a red bow in her hair.


Bubbles have short blonde hair, put up in ponytails. She wears a blue dress and has blue eyes.


Buttercup has green eyes, a green dress, and has black bob cut. While Blossom is the unofficial leader of the group.


She is a level-headed member with remarkable traits like honesty, composure, determination, and everything nice.


Bubbles is the kindest and sweetest member of the group. She is the most soft-hearted of all, but she can work up quite the rage when provoked.


Buttercup is the most hotheaded of all. She likes to fight dirty and play rough with the boys.



21. Storm (X-Men)


Storm (X-Men)


The storm is the alter-ego of Ororo Munroe. She is a very powerful mutant who controls the weather and elements of nature like rain, thunder, lightning, etc.


She was working with the African tribes in the plains of Serengeti when she was approached by Professor Xavier to join the X-Men team.


Ororo Munroe is the descendant of the powerful African priestesses. She is the daughter of a Kenyan tribal princess and David Munroe, an American photojournalist.


While staying in Cairo, there was a freak accident, a plane crashed into their house.


Her parents perished in this accident. Afterward, she encounters several difficulties before finding a home with the X-Men.


The storm is a force of nature, and she can summon storms, tornados, lightning, and more from the tips of her finger.


Her appearance is unique, as she has dark skin with white hair and blue eyes.


As a mutant, Storm is an Omega-level mutant with enhanced fighting skills, speed, and energy projection.


She works as a team leader with the X-men on several occasions.



22. Turanga Leela (Futurama)


Turanga Leela (Futurama)


Turanga Leela is the captain and pilot of the spaceship Planet Express Ship. She was a counselor at Applied Cryogenics.


Leela has an on-again, off-again relationship with Philip J Fry. By the end of the series, she ends up marrying him and living happily ever after.


Being a Human-mutant, Leela looks different. She has one large eye and a flop of purple hair on her head, which is tied up in a high ponytail.


We know that she has a tall and muscular body due to her white muscle t-shirt and fitted black stretch pants.


She is attractive looking, and this causes a little jealousy for her co-worker Amy Wong.


By nature, Leela is sensitive but has a no-nonsense personality. Due to this quality, she can detect and reject perverts who flirt with her.


Leela is an animal lover and often works to save endangered animals. She is also a very professional and work-minded person.


The best quality of Leela is that she always learns from her mistakes and improves herself.



23. She-Ra (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power)


She-Ra (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power)


She-Ra is the twin sister of He-Man. She can be considered the female version of He-Man.


She-Ra is originally called Princess Adora, and she is the daughter of King Randor and Queen Marlena.


Prince Adam is her long-lost twin brother. She-Ra receives her powers as the protector of the secrets of Grayskull when she holds up her magical sword.


From that moment onward she, her group of friends, and the Great Rebellion, battle with the Evil Horde.


Her secret identity is known only to the He-Man team and She-ra’s team consisting of Spirit/Swift Wind, Madame Razz, Light Hope, Kowl, and Loo-kee.


Princess Adora, by nature, is a strong-willed person with a firm belief in justice and doing the right thing.


She is fiercely loyal, warm-hearted, and noble. When compared to He-Man, She-Ra is a more strategic player.


She does not depend on brute force alone. Apart from this, she is equal to He-Man, and she is the Princess of Power.



24. Lois Griffin (Family Guy)


Lois Griffin (Family Guy)


Lois Griffin is the long-suffering wife of Peter Griffin and the mother of Chris, Meg, and Stewie Griffin from Family Guy.


She takes care of the family and is a piano teacher in her free time.


Lois Griffin is one of the few sane voices in the show as she is a doting mother and caring wife.


However, she has many dark secrets and darker shades in her character. They are revealed randomly in different episodes.


She is the daughter of a wealthy businessman and met Peter while he was working for her aunt.


She never intended to be a mother but took up the role nonetheless. She is often shown as caustic and critical towards Meg, but she also gives genuine advice and support to her at times.


Her oscillation between both extremes of affection makes her an interesting person.



25. Wilma Flintstone (The Flintstones)


Wilma Flintstone (The Flintstones)


Wilma Flintstone is the wife of Fred Flintstone and the mother of Pebbles. She is the lead female character in the show that is set in the caveman era.


Wilma is an attractive redhead with a slim body and a beautiful face. With her best friend, Betty, she participated in a beauty contest and won it.


Wilma was a housewife at the start of the cartoon series. She was the mother of baby Pebbles and stayed home to take care of her child.


However, after Pebbles grew up, Wilma took up various jobs and responsibilities like journalism, catering business, etc., with her best friend, Betty.


As a person, Wilma is very kind and caring. Yet, at the same time, she is strong-willed, level-headed, and determined to correct Fred and keep him out of trouble.


Wilma criticizes him when he makes a rash decision and guides him wisely out of every difficult situation.


We love Wilma Flintstone because there is nothing that she cannot do.



26. Anna of Arendelle (Frozen)


Anna of Arendelle (Frozen)


Anna of Arendelle is the younger sister of Elsa and the future queen of Arendelle.


She loves and idolizes her elder sister, but after an accident where Elsa’s winter magic hurts her, Anna’s parents separate the sisters.


Although Elsa is away from her and everyone blames Elsa, Anna still has faith in her sister.


She is a very high-spirited person who loves to run around, mingle with people, and play with everyone as a child.


Even after growing up, she continues with her optimistic outlook, trusting nature, and naive belief in the people around her.


She always looks for positives and continues to have faith. As a person, Anna is impulsive, and rash, but trusting and caring.


She has a dynamic personality that lures in and spreads joy to everyone she encounters.


She is also a determined and brave person who will weather any hardship to achieve her goal.



27. Megara (Hercules)


megara (hercules)


Megara is a popular Disney heroine and the leading lady in Hercules. The story of Megara is inspired by the Greek myth of Hercules where Megara was his first wife.


Though the original story has a sad ending where Megara dies at the hands of Hercules, the Disney version is very different.


Megara is a reluctant helper of Hades, the antagonist. She had sold her soul to Hades to save the life of her first love, but he betrayed her for another woman.


This causes Megara, or Meg as she is called, to become very cynical about all men.


She has seen love and men through this cynical lens, and hence she has no qualms about toying with them.


Later, after meeting and falling in love with Hercules, she returns to her true nature and abandons her cynical view of men.


Her loving and giving nature, her sharp wit, and her free spirit make her a true Disney heroine.



28. Esmeralda (The Hunchback Of Notre Dame)


Esmeralda (The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame)


Esmeralda is a gypsy girl and a street performer who likes to dance around, sing and entertain the crowd.


Although the original inspiration for this character is based on the Victor Hugo version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the Disney version is much happier and has a positive ending.


Esmeralda is a vociferous crusader against the tyranny of Frollo. She befriends Quasimodo and saves him from public humiliation.


Despite incurring the wrath of Frollo, she stays loyal to Quasimodo. Along the way, she meets and falls in love with Phoebus.


As a person, Esmeralda is a free-spirited gypsy who loves to sing, dance, and be merry.


She is street-wise and cunning, but her moral compass is correct. She does not support oppression of any kind and fights back against the tyranny of the overlords.



29. Toph Beifong (Avatar: The Last Airbender)


Toph Beifong (Avatar: The Last Airbender)


Toph Beifong is an Earthbender with a unique style. She is also the discoverer of metal bending.


By birth, Top was blind, and hence she was seen as a handicapped person by her parents.


Everyone was condescending towards her due to her impairment. But, Toph learned to adapt the Earthbending technique and use it as an extension of her senses.


Toph Beifong is a very powerful Earthbender who overcame her impairment to master the technique.


Despite leading a protected life in her hometown, she learned the technique from badger moles and competed in the competition to win it.


She left her hometown to join Team Avatar and also helped to create the metal-bending police force in Republic City.


As a person, Toph is an independent person who can be confrontational and stubborn. She is also pragmatic and direct with her teammates.


After leading a very lonely and secluded life as a child, she likes to be free and carefree just like Aang, and as she chooses not to wear dresses, she appears tomboyish.



30. Lucille “Lucy” Van Pelt (Peanuts)


Lucille "Lucy" Van Pelt (Peanuts)


Lucy Van Pelt is a complex character and the strongest female character in the cartoon series ‘Peanuts.’ When the cartoon creator Charles M. Schulz created her, he said that he used her to vent all his sarcasm and meanness.


She is Charlie Brown and Snoopy’s frenemy. As a person, Lucy is bossy, demanding, fussy, and a bully.


She is a tattletale and always likes to get Charlie Brown in trouble. She is called Fussbudget by the group, and she considers it a compliment as she thinks she can make a fuss about anything.


She is also a selfish person who likes to have things her way, no matter what.


But, what makes us like Lucy despite all her faults is that she is the insecure little girl hidden in her.


Just like all little girls, she is insecure about herself and her appearance. She is constantly seeking approval and praise from Schroeder and Charlie Brown.


She had a crush on Charlie Brown and considers herself to be in love with Schroeder.


Both of them are oblivious to it.



31. Lana Kane (Archer)


Lana Kane (Archer)


Lana Kane is the female lead of the comedy-spy cartoon series Archer. She is a trained spy and her skill sets include weapons training, counter-sniper, Krav Maga, and hand-to-hand combat.


She is a special agent for the intelligence organization called ISIS. Lana Kane is a biracial woman who usually wears a white sweater dress with thigh-high boots.


She wears a holster with a semi-automatic gun. She is a caring and loyal friend, but she does what she sets her mind to, irrespective of the consequences.


This is reflected in some of her work with ISIS. Lana Kane is the daughter of Lamuel Kane, a researcher, and Claudette, a professor with feminist ideologies.


Lana is also a social justice fighter and has left-leaning ideologies. This is one of the reasons that she is unable to grow in an organization like ISIS.


Yet, she can be considered a go-getter, who stops at nothing. She is a valuable friend and a dangerous foe.



32. Princess Tiana (The Princess and The Frog)


Princess Tiana (The Princess and The Frog)


Princess Tiana is the latest Disney princess and the story is based on the Grimm fairy tale called The Frog Prince.


Tiana is an African American young lady who has a special talent for cooking. Since childhood, her dream has always been to own a restaurant and become the top chef in it.


The theme of the movie is also about dreams coming true. As a person, Tiana is hardworking as she does multiple jobs as a waitress to save money for her restaurant.


She is also an intelligent woman who does not believe in voodoo and shortcuts. She is resourceful at using all the available tools to reach her goal, but she will not compromise her integrity.


Another aspect of Tiana’s personality is her humorous side. She loves music and is passionate about her cooking.


She is also imaginative and ambitious. One could describe Princess Tiana as a young lady of this generation who does not shy away from sweat and grime.



33. Sandy Cheeks (SpongeBob SquarePants)


Sandy Cheeks (SpongeBob SquarePants)


Sandy Cheeks is an American squirrel that lives in the town of Bikini Bottom in the Pacific Ocean.


Sandy Cheeks is a scientist and inventor by profession but also dabbles in bodybuilding, cooking, martial arts instruction, etc.


She lives in a tree dome and wears a special suit with a glass bubble on her head.


As a person, Sandy Cheeks is an adventure and thrill seeker. She comes from the American state of Texas and speaks with a southern drawl.


She also likes rodeos and dangerous games just for the thrill of it. Although, she is a very kind and caring person.


She is a good friend to SpongeBob and lends him support whenever he needs it.


Sandy also has a very strong competitive streak, and she rushes headlong into any challenge.


She is also a very skilled and intelligent person. Her skills include Karate, cooking, survival skills, lassos, sandboarding, playing guitar, saxophone, singing, and more.


She is a multi-talented overachiever.



34. Kidagakash Nedakh (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)


Kidagakash Nedakh (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)


Kidagakash Nedakh, or simply Kida, is an Atlantean warrior princess. She appears to be a 21-year-old princess, but her actual age is around 8500 years.


She is the daughter of Kashekim Nedakh, the greatest king of Atlantis, and has witnessed the disappearance of Atlantis under the ocean.


Kida is an expert warrior who is adept in the different forms of martial arts of Atlantis.


She can take on any number of fighters and beat them. She is also a very good hunter-gatherer, and she can lead her people around the various caverns and catacombs to hunt.


She has an innate connection with the heart of Atlantis and wants to protect her people and help them rediscover their lost heritage.


When the team of expeditionists comes to Atlantis, Kida takes them to her father. She becomes upset that her father refuses to take their help, but when she realizes that the men came with bad intentions to steal the heart of Atlantis, Kida is ready to sacrifice herself to protect her people.


This makes Kida a great leader and provider.



35. Catwoman (Batman: The Animated Series)


Catwoman (Batman: The Animated Series)


Selina Kyle is the alter ego of Catwoman. Although she is a thief, or should we say, a cat burglar, she is not affiliated with any of the evil or nefarious groups.


She investigates and thwarts the nefarious activities of major companies that violate animal rights.


Selina Kyle is intelligent, resourceful, and stealthy in her ways. This makes her a perfect candidate for a spy, and Catwoman uses her talents to steal from the rich and fund her animal conservation project.


She had helped Gotham city on multiple occasions to save it from annihilation and attracted the interest of Batman too.


Catwoman is often shown to work alone, but if the situation demands it, she has worked with Batman, Batgirl, Robin, etc.


She was also involved romantically with Batman/Bruce Wayne. Being a rich heiress and socialite, she had many interactions with Bruce Wayne and caught his attention for a while.



36. Captain Marvel ( The Avengers: Earth Mightiest Heroes)


Captain Marvel ( The Avengers: Earth Mightiest Heroes)


Captain Marvel also known as Carol Danvers is a superhero from the Marvel comics.


She is a member of the universal defense team and fights to restore peace and fight injustice across the universe.


Carol Danvers was a US air force officer who was exposed to the weapons and power of the alien race of Kree.


This drastically altered her DNA and gave her superpowers. The previous Captain Mar-Vell was from the alien race of Kree, and Ms.


Danvers became Mr. Marvel. She has a very strong character and wears a red and blue suit with a yellow star in the middle.


She has spiky blonde hair and covers her face to show only her jaw. She has increased strength, durability, ‘seventh sense’, and human-Kree physiology.


This makes her a perfect warrior for justice along with her military background.



37. Scarlet Witch (Avengers: United They Stand)


Scarlet Witch (Avengers: United They Stand)


Wanda Maximoff, also known as Scarlet Witch, is a very powerful mutant witch. She is the daughter of Magneto and the twin of Pietro Maximoff ( also known as Quicksilver).


She was initially a part of Iron-man’s Force Works team but left after a while.


She later joined the Avengers team and occasionally worked with the X-men too. Scarlet Witch, along with her brother Quicksilver was born in an Eastern European family and only enjoyed a few years of childhood innocence.


They were soon chased away by superstitious villagers and taken in by Magneto to join the evil mutant force.


As she was unhappy with the evil ways, she and her brother left and worked as lone rangers for a while.


Wanda and Pietro have a very strong sibling bond. Despite all their disagreements, both of them are devoted to each other only.


Her skills are primarily based on chaos magic. She has the power of illumination, mind control, psychometry, reality-warping, and more.



38. Wendy Testaburger (South Park)


Wendy Testaburger (South Park)


Wendy Testaburger is a 10-year-old girl who studies along with Stan Marsh, Kyle Borflovsky, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick.


She is one of the most prominent female members of South Park. As a person, Wendy can be described as a smart, liberal, and nice girl.


She is intelligent and mature for her age and acts as the voice of reason among all her friends.


She can also be described as a ‘woke’ member of society because of her political awareness and social responsibility.


She also has a few bad traits like her stubbornness and her jealousy. She is not above using manipulation and violence to make you accept her point.


Although she is a kind and empathetic person, she seems to be rubbed the wrong way by Eric Cartman.



39. Black Widow (Avengers Assemble)


Black Widow (Avengers Assemble)


Black Widow is the ultimate super-spy that works for SHIELD.


Black Widow has many aliases, but her most accepted alias is Natasha Romanoff. She was born and trained in the Soviet Union by the Red Room and worked with KGB and other evil organizations before she defected to the USA to work for SHIELD.


Black Widow is a highly-skilled martial artist who is skilled in aikido, judo, karate, savate, and more.


She is also a trained gymnast, which gives her super flexibility during fights. During her training in the Red Room, Natasha was given a variant of the super serum, due to which she has greater endurance, healing, and youthful looks.


Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff is a super spy in a world dominated by men. She not only gets the job done, but she does it better than many men too.


She has made herself an invaluable member of the Avengers team despite her checkered past.



40. April O’Neil (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series)


April O'Neil (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series)


April O’Neil is the human ally of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In her first appearance in Mirage Comics, she is shown as a genius computer programmer.


The Archie Comics version of TMNT portrayed her as a warrior who is trained by Splinter.


The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series showed her as a fearless news reporter. Be it either of the series, April O’Neil is depicted as a strong female character.


She is the first human ally of the turtles and stays loyal to them all through.


She almost acts as a mother to the turtles and makes sure that they are clean and do all the chores assigned to them by the Master.


The reason that April has been included in this list is because of her qualities like loyalty, caring nature, bravery, etc.


She helps the turtles in any way that she can. She even runs investigations and gathers reports for them in their crime-fighting duties.



41. Jane Jetson (The Jetsons)


Jane Jetson (The Jetsons)


Jane Jetson is the sweetest, everyday housewife that we can ever find in the futuristic world of The Jetsons.


She is the matriarch of the house and the backbone that keeps the family running.


She strikes the right balance between her responsibilities to her family, her society, and her hobbies.


Jane is described as a perfect woman who manages to appease her husband, manages the finances of the house, takes care of her children, takes care of elders, maintains her social calendar, and is great at shopping.


Feminists and new-age women might balk at this description of a perfect woman, but we have to remember that the show was created in the time of black and white TV shows and this was the standard in those days.


The reason that I love Jane Jetson is that she is shown as a modern woman by the social standards of that day.


She appears to lead an upper-class lifestyle of shopping and gossip, but she is not an airhead.


She can hold an intelligent conversation about many topics and takes care of her family duties as diligently as her role in the historical society.



42. Nani Pelekai (Lilo & Stitch)


Nani Pelekai (Lilo & Stitch)


Nani Pelekai is a Disney cartoon character from the animated movie Lilo & Stitch and also appeared in the TV series with the same name.


Nani is the elder sister of Lilo, and she becomes Lilo’s legal guardian after the death of their parents.


In the movie and series, we see her take on the role of a parent and become the responsible one despite her young age of just 19 years.


Although Nani and Lilo are sisters, due to the 12-year age gap, Nani has trouble connecting with Lilo.


She wants to take care of her sister, but she also wants to enjoy her youth and carefree life.


Throughout the series, we see her mature and find the balance between her personal life, work, and responsibilities.


We love Nani for her kind-hearted and caring nature. When Lilo and Stitch get mischievous and disobey her, she gets upset and temperamental.


But, we can understand it as Lilo disobeys her often and her work stress and financial troubles are difficult to handle even for adults.



43. Nala (The Lion King)


Nala (The Lion King)


Nala is the female lead in the Lion King saga. She is Simba’s best friend and future wife.


As a young lion cub, Nala is both sassy and sensible. She is one of their most loyal friends of Simba and drives sense into his mind when he refuses to return to Pride Rock.


As a young cub, Nala could see the stubbornness and a bit of immaturity in Simba, so she also acted as the voice of reason and an encouraging friend to him.


Even after he and Mufasa were presumed dead in the stampede, she bravely voiced her opinion against the hyenas and Scar.


She was worried about the mismanagement of pride at the hands of unqualified leaders.


The most endearing qualities of Nala are that she was able to see the potential in Simba as a good leader, despite his immaturity and self-doubt.


As a steadfast friend, she guided Simba and the pride to recover from the damage done by Scar.


Having a person like Nala on your team will help you overcome any hardship.



44. Lois Lane (Superman Animated Series)


Lois Lane (Superman Animated Series)


Lois Lane is a reporter from DC comics and an integral part of Superman’s world.


We are all well acquainted with Lois Lane from the numerous Superman movies and Justice League movies but in the animated series, her role was not very prominent outside the Superman Animated series.


This is the reason that I have ranked her lower than I would have liked.


Lois Lane is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from the Daily Planet newspaper. She is portrayed as a person with strong ethics, loyalty, a hunger for truth, and a very strong sense of justice.


Her sense of justice is comparable only to Superman. Despite being a human in a world of aliens, super-humans, and evil geniuses, Lane always held her own.


Many of us may consider her a damsel in distress or just a hotshot journalist, but her true importance in the DC universe is displayed in the fact that Batman respects her word and opinion apart from himself/ He even calls her the big gun.



45. Mera (Aquaman)


mera (aquaman)


Mera is a superhero from DC comics. She is a princess from Xebel and a trained assassin with the power to manipulate all things that contain water.


Apart from being one of the fastest swimmers, she can communicate telepathically with sea creatures.


Mera can be described as a badass princess. She was sent by her kingdom of Xebel, which is a rival to Atlantis, to assassinate Arthur Curry/Aquaman.


After meeting him, she falls in love with him and his crime-fighting life with the Justice League.


She marries him and becomes the queen of Atlantis. Despite her role as the queen of the oceans, she actively assists the Justice League of America in fighting crime at sea.


The character of Mera combines two girly fantasies of being a princess and having superpowers.


She has enough mettle to stand against powerful villains like Black Manta, Ocean Master, etc., and win.



46. Black Canary (Justice League Unlimited)


Black Canary (Justice League Unlimited)


Black Canary is a superhero from the world of DC comics. She is a crime-fighting songstress who can kill with her voice.


She is the daughter of a police officer and a crime-fighting mother, so we can safely say that she inherited a very strong vigilante gene.


Black Canary or Dinah Laurel Lance is a blonde with blue eyes. She has excellent martial arts skills that were honed by her mother’s friend and a supersonic voice that she calls ‘Canary Cry’.


If she cannot do serious damage with her martial arts, then her Canary Cry is enough to incapacitate the strongest of foes.


While Canary got her sense of justice and crime-fighting from her parents, she helped to set up organizations like Justice League of America, and Birds of Prey and fought in the Justice Society of America, etc.


Apart from her crime-fighting life, she was married to Green Arrow/Oliver Queen and adopted three children too.


She surely deserves a spot on everyone’s list of strong women.



47. Elisa Maza (Gargoyles)


elisa maza (gargoyles)


Elisa Maza is a police detective with the NYPD and a friend of the Gargoyles from the Manhattan Clan.


Appearance-wise, Elisa is a tall, athletically built woman of 29 years. She has half African American and half Native American heritage.


Detective Maza is introduced to the Gargoyles while investigating a disturbance at the castle on the skyscraper of David Xanatos.


As a person who values inner quality and character more than appearances, she bonds with the gargoyles due to their innate nature to protect and serve.


It aligns with her nature as well. As a person, the most valuable and appreciable quality of Elisa is her quick thinking.


Her dedication and loyalty to her friends from the Manhattan Clan are displayed often when she comes to their rescue, arranging living quarters and comforting them at her own expense.


We love her for being a true friend and protector.



48. Eliza Thornberry (The Wild Thornberrys)


Eliza Thornberry (The Wild Thornberrys)


Elizabeth ‘Eliza’ Thornberry is one of the main characters of the show The Wild Thornberrys.


She is a 12-year-old bespectacled girl who wears pigtails and has braces on her teeth.


She could be considered a geeky kid with her encyclopedic knowledge of animals and their physiology.


As a ten-year-old, she had an encounter with an African shaman that gave her the ability to speak to and understand animals.


This ability often makes her presumptuous that she is an expert in all matters related to animals.


Although she is proven wrong, she still can not help herself. Eliza is a loving person who likes to make friends and is very adventurous.


She is ready to go to any place that has animals and rushes headlong into any situation due to her curiosity.


She gets into trouble because of it but if it is for animal welfare and nature preservation, Eliza Thornberry is up for any fight.


This animal-loving attitude of hers makes her one of the best-loved cartoon characters.



49. Raven (Teen Titans)


raven (teen titans)


Raven from “Teen Titans” is a captivating character known for her complexity and enigmatic nature. A powerful empath with dark and mystical abilities, Raven struggles to balance her emotions and maintain control over her immense powers. 


Clad in her iconic hooded cloak, she exudes an aura of mystery, reflecting her internal battle against the demonic influence within her. Despite her stoic exterior, Raven harbors a depth of vulnerability and a desire for connection with her fellow Titans.


Her journey explores themes of self-discovery, identity, and the eternal struggle between light and darkness. Raven’s unique blend of strength, introspection, and occasional dry wit make her a standout character, earning her a special place in the hearts of “Teen Titans” fans and solidifying her status as a beloved icon in the world of animated superheroes.



50. Jean Grey (X-Men: Evolution)


jean grey (x-men: evolution)


Jean Grey in “X-Men: Evolution” is a multidimensional character with telepathic and telekinetic abilities, grappling with the challenges of adolescence and her emerging mutant powers. 


As a core member of the X-Men, she undergoes a profound evolution throughout the series, transitioning from a self-conscious teenager to a formidable and responsible leader. Jean’s internal struggle with the Phoenix Force adds a layer of complexity to her character, showcasing the potential dangers of her incredible powers. 


Her dynamic relationships with fellow mutants, especially Cyclops and Wolverine, explore themes of friendship, love, and loyalty. 


Jean Grey’s character in “X-Men: Evolution” is a compelling blend of strength, vulnerability, and the constant tension between her human and mutant sides, making her a central and relatable figure in the animated series.



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