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"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."
Buddy Lewek, Dreams Come to Life, page 6

A list of fictional characters based from cartoons, comics, books, etc., from the real-world outside of the Bendy universe. So far, the Popeye and Dick Tracey characters are mentioned in the Dreams Come to Life novel by Daniel "Buddy" Lewek when he's collecting discarded newspapers around the neighborhood to seek for any latest favorite cartoon strips or comics, and even drawing crossover comics of characters. Curious George is also mentioned in one of the picture books collected by Buddy's grandfather in the library. In The Illusion of Living, when Joey meets Gladys through his childhood friend Kyle, Joey jokingly likens her to The mythological goddess Selene, goddess of the moon.


Popeye the Sailor

Popeye's artwork from reality outside of the Bendy series.

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 (better known by his pen name “E.C 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 and his brother, Dave Fleischer.

Olive Oyl

Olive Oyl is a character and Popeye's girlfriend from Elzie Crisler Segar's 1919 comic strips Thimble Theatre and the animated cartoon series by Fleischer Studios.

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy 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 an exaggeratedly deep-wrinkled face (despite his young age). He is one of the main villains in the Dick Tracy media.

Sparkle Plenty

Sparkle Plenty is a daughter of B.O. Plenty and Gravel Gertie from the Dick Tracy comic strip.


Curious George

Curious George is the eponymous chimpanzee protagonist from a series of popular children's books of the same name, written by Hans Augusto Rey (nee Reyersbach; better known by his pen name, "H.A Rey") and his wife Margaret Rey with illustrations by Alan J. Shalleck.

Cartoon Characters
Main characters Alice AngelBendyBoris the Wolf
Villain characters Alice's FansBarleyBarley's CrewmenCameramanCharleyDancing TreeEdgarFootmenMansion MonsterMiss TwistedPapa PlutoThe Brute
Supporting characters Boswell LotsabucksBubblesMoon VulturesOrphansOrphanage NunsPig CopRuby GoldbergSasquatchTrainsWoolly Triplets
Background characters Animal PeopleCarmacksCloudCrittersFleasGingerbread ManHumansJudgesMaildemonMr. SnowmanSavage PlantsSkeletonStars
Misc. CupheadOther Minor CharactersReal-World Fictional Characters
Bold / Italic = Appeared only in the comic strips