"I'd run around the neighborhood, collecting discarded newspapers, hoping to read the latest Popeye and Dick Tracey. I even started drawing comics, making up adventures with Olive Oyl, Pruneface, Sparkle Plenty."
Popeye the Sailor
Popeye is a cartoon character who first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929, created by Elzie Crisler Segar. One of the most popular cartoon characters through the ages, Popeye has later appeared in the animated cartoons debuting in 1933 by Max Fleischer.
Dick Tracey is a police detective and a titular character in the media of the same name in his 1931 debut from the comic strips by Chester Gould.
Pruneface is a high-ranking Nazi saboteur with a noticeably deep-wrinkled face. He is one of the main villains in the Dick Tracey media.
Sparkle Plenty is a daughter of B.O. Plenty and Gravel Gertie from the Dick Tracey comic strip.
Curious George is a chimpanzee protagonist from a series of popular children's books of the same name, written by Hans Augusto Reyersbach (often credited as "H. A Rey") and his wife Margret Rey, with illustrations by Alan J. Shalleck.
|Main Cast||Alice Angel • Barley • Bendy • Boris the Wolf • Boswell Lotsabucks • Charley • Edgar|
|Minor Cast||Gingerbread Man • Mr. Snowman • Skeleton • Other characters|
|Noncanon||Cuphead • Toothy Terror|
|Misc.||Real-World Fictional Characters|