1. Dora The Explorer
2. The Powerpuff Girls
Buttercup, Bubbles, and Blossom is our trio from Powerpuff girls. They were created accidentally in a lab by Prof. Utonium. But Professor U’s mistake came in very handy. They started guarding their town, Townsville. They fought Mojo-Jojo, the GreenGang, and Him.
4. Lisa Simpson
5. Totally Spies
7. Wendy from South Park
South Park is a cartoon series from the late 1990s, but it is a bit different from the others. South Park caters to an adult audience, not children. It comments on a wide range of sociopolitical issues through satire.
A prominent female character on South Park is Wendy Testaburger. Wendy is way smarter than children her age. She identifies as a feminist at the age of ten! She speaks for herself. She refuses to give in to peer pressure and is a refreshing break from the male-dominated cast of South Park.
8. Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures
Tiny Toon Adventures features a group of young folks. They are learning the ropes of comedy from their Looney Tunes mentors. It was produced by Warner Bros, the same folks who brought Looney Tunes to us. You could call it a sequel to Looney Tunes.
Babs Bunny is everything you would associate with a girl: a sweet smile, pink color, and bowed ribbons. But wait till you see her stand-up routine. What’s that? You think women can’t be funny? Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures will break this stereotype!
Improv comedy is her forte, and she is as good as Robin Williams. Her spot-on impressions annoy the heck out of her friends sometimes. Full of energy and charm, Babs Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures is the nicest friend anyone could ask for.