Animation gave us so many memorable characters that have become part of our popular culture. Cartoon girls are no exception and have come to symbolize innocence, strength, and ambition. Many cartoon girls have inspired generations to follow their dreams and achieve success. From Wilma Flintstone to Dora the Explorer, these unforgettable characters are loved by people all over the world. In this we will look at some of the most famous cartoon girls in history, exploring their stories and what makes them so special.

Wilma Flintstone

Wilma Flintstone is a fictional character in the TV series The Flintstones. She is the wife of Fred Flintstone and mother to Pebbles Flintstone. She works as a homemaker and is known for her sharp wit and feisty personality. Wilma often finds herself in conflict with her neighbor, Betty Rubble. You can visit Craze Earth for cartoon babes.

Kim Possible

Bob Schooley created this animated series, especially for Disney. Kim is a high school student living a double life as a teenage superheroine while attending school and trying to maintain some semblance of a normal life. She has an innovative approach to problem-solving, often using unconventional methods or gadgets to thwart her enemies. She is also highly capable in martial arts and acrobatics, as well as being an excellent leader when working with her team.


Polaris was initially presented as an antagonist to the X-Men, but became a heroic ally after revealing her true identity and origin. Created by Arnold Drake and Jim Steranko, she first appeared in The X-Men #49 (November 1968). 

Polaris is the alter ego of Lorna Dane, a mutant with the power to manipulate magnetism. She has been associated with the High Evolutionary’s Knights of Wundagore since childhood and was eventually revealed to be his daughter by his creations Bova and Magda who adopted her when she was an infant. Polaris has served as several roles for various teams of mutants over time such as leader of Magneto’s Acolytes or member of Havok’s Starjammers.  In recent years she has found herself serving alongside Wolverine and other members of the X-Men as part of their team in Marvel’s animated series Wolverine and The X-men. I must say visit this blog to check more girls in anime.

Leela (Futurama)

Matt Groening David X. Cohen created this character on the animated television series Futurama. She is an alien mutant-human hybrid with one eye and long, reddish-orange hair. She is the captain of Planet Express and a skilled martial artist. Leela often displays a strong moral compass, is fiercely loyal to her friends, and can be quite stubborn when fighting for what she believes in. Despite her compassion for others, she usually has difficulty showing it towards herself due to her difficult childhood spent feeling abandoned as an orphaned mutant in New New York City.

Lana Kane (Archer)

Lana Kane is a fictional character from the popular American animated TV series Archer. She is voiced by Aisha Tyler and is one of the main protagonists. Lana is an agent of the International Secret Intelligence Service (ISIS). She has a take-no-prisoners attitude to her job, which often leads her into difficult situations. She also has a romantic relationship with fellow agent Sterling Archer, whom she regularly gets into verbal sparring matches with.