If you've read any of my articles, then I'm sure you know that I almost always prefer the "underdog" characters over the "popular" ones. Well my favorite heroines list is no exception. It wasn't exactly easy to think of my ten favorite heroines. I mentioned earlier, in my Top Ten Animated Heroes artices, that I've always liked the heroes better than the heroines. So, in some ways it was even harder to come up with my top ten heroines since most of my favorite female characters are either sidekicks or villainesses. Hope you enjoy it!
#10 Tigress (Kung Fu Panda)
Kung Fu Panda is my favorite Dreamworks movie, and Tigress is my favorite character from it. She is also my third favorite nonDisney heroine. I like how she's very much no nonsense and responsable, and manages to keep Po down to Earth. I also like how under her though exterior she cares for her friends.
#9 Robyn Starling (Tom and Jerry: the Movie)
I know that this movie is not very popular among diehard Tom and Jerry fans; but ever since I saw it as little kid I've loved it. Robyn is my second favorite nonDisney heroine. I've always admired how brave she is, for a little girl. Also I think her interaction with Tom and Jerry is funny.
#8 Sally (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
Sally is the only Tim Burton heroine that I like very much. I've always liked how she's very shy and gentle, but also has a bit of a though girl streak in her.
#7 Kayley (Quest for Camelot)
Quest for Camelot is my favorite nonDisney movie, and Kayley is my favorite nonDisney heroine. I always liked how she starts out with an "immature" attitude wanting to become a knight, and in the end learns what means to be a real hero.
#6 Melody (The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea)
The Little Mermaid 2 is my favorite Disney sequel, personally I think it's even better than the original. And, Melody is my favorite Disney Young Heroine ( at least my favorite human one). I think she's a character that many people can relate to, on many levels. Her parents being over protective, and hiding things from her out of love,and she not fitting in; those are all things that we can relate to on some level.
#5 Candace (Phineas and Ferb)
I know that a lot of people don't think of her as a heroine, but more of an antagist. And, I admit she is deffinetly the stereotypical teenage girl. But, I've always found her extremely funny. Also, you can tell that deep down she really loves her little brothers.
#4 Sgt. Calhoun. ( Wreck- It- Ralph)
I love the movie Wreck- It- Ralph. Calhoun and Felix are two favorite characters from it, and my second favorite animated couple. I like how she's very different from most other heroines, very tough and edgy, yet she falls for a funny little guy like Felix.
#3 Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
Tiana is my second favorite Disney Princess. I've always admired her responsible, "can do" attitude. I also love how she stays positive and doesn't give up her dream of owning a restaurant.
#2 Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Snow White is my favorite Disney Princess. She's been my favorite for several years now. I used to dislike her as child, she seemed "too happy" and "annoying" to me. But, I love her now. I like how gentle, kind, and caring she is to everyone. I also love how she stays opptimistic and cheerful, despite how bad her things are going.
TIED #1 Minnie Mouse (Disney cartoons) and #1 Webbigail Vanderquack (Ducktales)
Well, if you've read my top ten heroes and/or couples list then my two favorite heroines shouldn't be much of a surprise. I've always loved Minnie because she's very sweet and gentle, yet still manages to be heroic sometimes. Another thing I like about her is, she seems much more complex, than a lot of other heroines. I guess it's because she's been in a lot more cartoons. I love Webby becuese she's very shy, and emontional, and has a very caring attitude. Yet, she's manages to be very brave and heroic for a young girl. I also like how complex a personality she has, especially for a relivitly minor character.
Minnie Mouse & Webbigail (Webby)Vanderquack