20 Iconic Purple Cartoon Characters

In cartoons, purple is used for various purposes. It can convey cuteness and prettiness, signify uniqueness, or even denote evil or coldness. Purple characters can also appear bold and eye-catching, representing different emotions and perspectives.

Let’s explore some of the most well-known purple characters in the world of cartoons and comic books, focusing on those with purple bodies or a predominant use of purple in their appearance.

Abira – Marvel Comics


Beerus – Dragon Ball


Captain Ginyu – Dragon Ball Z


Cheshire Cat – Alice In Wonderland (1951)


Count Von Count – Sesame Street


Dizzy Devil – Tiny Toon Adventures


Fear – Inside Out (2015)


Frieza – Dragon Ball Z


Gengar


Grimace – McDonald’s Commercials


Hit-Girl – Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years (2008)


Killgrave – Earth 616 (Marvel Comics)


Madam Mim – The Sword In The Stone (1963)


Old Kai – Dragon Ball Z


Peter Potamus – The Peter Potamus Show


Shy Violet of Rainbow Brite


Thanos – Marvel Comics


Tinky Winky – Teletubbies


Ursula – The Little Mermaid (1989)


Yzma – The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

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