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100 Fun Cartoon Characters that start with S

Cartoon Characters that start with S

Hey there, folks!

It’s time to dive into the wonderful world of cartoon characters whose names start with the letter “S.”

From the silly to the sensational, the sweet to the sassy, these characters have captured our hearts and brought joy to our screens for years.

So, sit back, relax, and let’s take a stroll down memory lane as we explore some of our favorite “S”-tastic animated friends!

Cartoon Characters that start with S

 

This list includes characters from various genres and periods.

  1. SpongeBob SquarePants (SpongeBob SquarePants)
  2. Scooby-Doo (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!)
  3. Shaggy Rogers (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!)
  4. Snoopy (Peanuts)
  5. Sylvester (Looney Tunes)
  6. Speedy Gonzales (Looney Tunes)
  7. Stitch (Lilo & Stitch)
  8. Simba (The Lion King)
  9. Shrek (Shrek)
  10. Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  11. Spider-Man (Spider-Man: The Animated Series)
  12. Samurai Jack (Samurai Jack)
  13. Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon)
  14. Stewie Griffin (Family Guy)
  15. Stan Smith (American Dad!)
  16. Squidward Tentacles (SpongeBob SquarePants)
  17. Sandy Cheeks (SpongeBob SquarePants)
  18. Swiper (Dora the Explorer)
  19. Sully (Monsters, Inc.)
  20. Sulley (Monsters, Inc.)
  21. Sid the Sloth (Ice Age)
  22. Scrooge McDuck (DuckTales)
  23. Snarf (ThunderCats)
  24. She-Ra (She-Ra: Princess of Power)
  25. Skeletor (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)
  26. Slimer (The Real Ghostbusters)
  27. Strawberry Shortcake (Strawberry Shortcake)
  28. Snagglepuss (The Quick Draw McGraw Show)
  29. Snorky (The Banana Splits Adventure Hour)
  30. Snuffy (Sesame Street)
  31. Squirtle (Pokémon)
  32. Starfire (Teen Titans)
  33. Shiro (Voltron: Defender of the Universe)
  34. Stinky Pete (Toy Story 2)
  35. Sarah (Ed, Edd n Eddy)
  36. Snap (ChalkZone)
  37. Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
  38. Smurfette (The Smurfs)
  39. Snorks (The Snorks)
  40. Samurai Pizza Cats (Samurai Pizza Cats)
  41. Stinger (The Dreamstone)
  42. Sagwa (Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat)
  43. Sarge (Toy Story)
  44. Slappy Squirrel (Animaniacs)
  45. Skippy Squirrel (Animaniacs)
  46. Skunk (Skunk Fu!)
  47. Stanley (Stanley)
  48. Squanchy (Rick and Morty)
  49. Squeaky-Voiced Teen (The Simpsons)
  50. Sideshow Bob (The Simpsons)
  51. Sally Acorn (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  52. Silver Surfer (Silver Surfer)
  53. Snout Spout (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)
  54. Shorty (The Land Before Time)
  55. Scrat (Ice Age)
  56. Snaggles (Yakky Doodle)
  57. Skips (Regular Show)
  58. Snarf (ThunderCats Roar)
  59. Snickers (The Perils of Penelope Pitstop)
  60. Smee (Peter Pan and the Pirates)
  61. Sabor (The Legend of Tarzan)
  62. Snarf (ThunderCats (2011))
  63. Shirokuma Cafe (Shirokuma Cafe)
  64. Satsuki Kusakabe (My Neighbor Totoro)
  65. Shiro Amada (Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team)
  66. Shuten Doji (Hakaba Kitaro)
  67. Sho Fukamachi (Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor)
  68. Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop)
  69. Shinji Ikari (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
  70. Sailor Jupiter (Sailor Moon)
  71. Sailor Venus (Sailor Moon)
  72. Sailor Mars (Sailor Moon)
  73. Sailor Mercury (Sailor Moon)
  74. Sailor Pluto (Sailor Moon)
  75. Sailor Uranus (Sailor Moon)
  76. Sailor Neptune (Sailor Moon)
  77. Sailor Saturn (Sailor Moon)
  78. Sailor Chibi Moon (Sailor Moon)
  79. Sailor Starlights (Sailor Moon)
  80. Soos Ramirez (Gravity Falls)
  81. Stan Pines (Gravity Falls)
  82. Sir Topham Hatt (Thomas & Friends)
  83. Skarloey (Thomas & Friends)
  84. Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  85. Shredder (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  86. Stork (Storks)
  87. Satsuki Kiryuuin (Kill la Kill)
  88. San (Princess Mononoke)
  89. Shinya Kougami (Psycho-Pass)
  90. Slaine Troyard (Aldnoah.Zero)
  91. Sinbad (Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic)
  92. Souma Yukihira (Food Wars!)
  93. Saitama (One Punch Man)
  94. Shigeo Kageyama (Mob Psycho 100)
  95. Subaru Natsuki (Re:Zero)
  96. Sesshomaru (Inuyasha)
  97. Sakura Kinomoto (Cardcaptor Sakura)
  98. Spike (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic)
  99. Starlight Glimmer (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic)
  100. Sunset Shimmer (My Little Pony: Equestria Girls)

 

  1. SpongeBob SquarePants (SpongeBob SquarePants):
    • SpongeBob is a cheerful and optimistic sea sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea in the city of Bikini Bottom. He works at the Krusty Krab and has various adventures with his friends, particularly his best friend Patrick Star.
  2. Scooby-Doo (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!):
    • Scooby-Doo is a Great Dane dog and the titular character in the animated series “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” He and his friends form Mystery Inc., solving mysteries involving supposedly supernatural creatures, often revealing them to be disguised villains.
  3. Shaggy Rogers (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!):
    • Shaggy is Scooby-Doo’s best friend and a member of Mystery Inc. Known for his insatiable appetite and laid-back personality, Shaggy often provides comic relief in the series.
  4. Snoopy (Peanuts):
    • Snoopy is a beagle from Charles Schulz’s comic strip “Peanuts.” He’s known for his vivid imagination, often imagining himself as a World War I flying ace or indulging in various other fantasy scenarios.
  5. Sylvester (Looney Tunes):
    • Sylvester is a black and white tuxedo cat known for his lisping voice. He often appears in Looney Tunes cartoons, particularly in his attempts to catch and eat Tweety Bird, a small canary.
  6. Speedy Gonzales (Looney Tunes):
    • Speedy Gonzales is an animated mouse known for his incredible speed. He often outsmarts his enemies, including Sylvester the cat and Daffy Duck, in Looney Tunes cartoons.
  7. Stitch (Lilo & Stitch):
    • Stitch is a genetically engineered extraterrestrial creature created for destruction. However, he is adopted by a young Hawaiian girl named Lilo, and the two form a strong bond. The animated film “Lilo & Stitch” explores themes of family and friendship.
  8. Simba (The Lion King):
    • Simba is the main character in Disney’s “The Lion King.” He is a young lion who goes on a journey of self-discovery, facing challenges and ultimately reclaiming his place as the rightful king of the Pride Lands.
  9. Shrek (Shrek):
    • Shrek is an ogre who becomes an unlikely hero in the animated film “Shrek.” The character is known for his humorous and unconventional approach to fairy tale tropes.
  10. Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog):
    • Sonic is a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog and the main character in the “Sonic the Hedgehog” video game series. He is known for his super speed and his ongoing battle against the evil Dr. Robotnik.
  11. Spider-Man (Spider-Man: The Animated Series):
    • Spider-Man, also known as Peter Parker, is a Marvel Comics superhero. In the animated series, he balances his life as a high school student and a crime-fighting superhero with spider-like abilities.
  12. Samurai Jack (Samurai Jack):
    • Samurai Jack is a skilled samurai who is sent into a dystopian future by the evil Aku. The animated series follows his quest to return to the past and defeat Aku.
  13. Sailor Moon (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Moon, or Usagi Tsukino, is the main character in the anime and manga series “Sailor Moon.” She transforms into the magical warrior Sailor Moon to protect the world from evil forces.
  14. Stewie Griffin (Family Guy):
    • Stewie is a highly intelligent and diabolical infant in the animated TV series “Family Guy.” Despite his young age, he often engages in sophisticated and villainous schemes.
  15. Stan Smith (American Dad!):
    • Stan Smith is the main character in the animated series “American Dad!” He is a conservative and patriotic CIA agent, and the show satirizes various aspects of American culture and politics.
  16. Squidward Tentacles (SpongeBob SquarePants):
    • Squidward is SpongeBob’s grumpy and often irritable co-worker at the Krusty Krab. He dreams of a more sophisticated and artistic life but is constantly frustrated by the antics of SpongeBob and Patrick.
  17. Sandy Cheeks (SpongeBob SquarePants):
    • Sandy is a squirrel from Texas who lives in an underwater dome in Bikini Bottom. She is an inventor and scientist, and she often engages in karate with SpongeBob and Patrick.
  18. Swiper (Dora the Explorer):
    • Swiper is a sneaky fox in the animated series “Dora the Explorer.” His main goal is to swipe valuable items from Dora and her friends, and he can be stopped if the audience says, “Swiper, no swiping!”
  19. Sully (Monsters, Inc.):
    • Sully, short for James P. Sullivan, is a large, furry blue monster and one of the main characters in Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.” He works at the scream-processing factory and forms a close bond with Boo, a human child.
  20. Sulley (Monsters, Inc.):
    • Sulley is another name for James P. Sullivan, the main character in “Monsters, Inc.” He is known for his caring nature and becomes the CEO of the company by the end of the film.
  21. Sid the Sloth (Ice Age):
    • Sid is a lazy and talkative ground sloth in the animated film “Ice Age.” He often finds himself in comical and perilous situations, forming friendships with Manny the mammoth and Diego the saber-toothed tiger.
  22. Scrooge McDuck (DuckTales):
    • Scrooge McDuck is an incredibly wealthy and adventurous duck in Disney’s “DuckTales.” He is known for his love of money, treasure hunting, and his three grandnephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
  23. Snarf (ThunderCats):
    • Snarf is a character from the animated series “ThunderCats.” He is the loyal companion of Lion-O and the other ThunderCats, providing comic relief and support.
  24. She-Ra (She-Ra: Princess of Power):
    • She-Ra, also known as Princess Adora, is the twin sister of He-Man in the “Masters of the Universe” franchise. She is a powerful warrior princess with a magical sword.
  25. Skeletor (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe):
    • Skeletor is the main antagonist in “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.” He is a powerful and evil sorcerer with a skull-like face, constantly seeking to conquer the fictional land of Eternia.
  26. Slimer (The Real Ghostbusters):
    • Slimer is a green, ghostly blob and a friendly character in the animated series “The Real Ghostbusters.” He is often associated with the Ghostbusters team.
  27. Strawberry Shortcake (Strawberry Shortcake):
    • Strawberry Shortcake is a character associated with a popular line of toys, books, and animated TV specials. She is a little girl with a love for strawberries and her friends.
  28. Snagglepuss (The Quick Draw McGraw Show):
    • Snagglepuss is a pink mountain lion with a penchant for theatrical speech and a catchphrase of “Exit, stage left!” He first appeared in “The Quick Draw McGraw Show.”
  29. Snorky (The Banana Splits Adventure Hour):
    • Snorky is a member of The Banana Splits, a fictional rock band featured in the live-action and animated series “The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.”
  30. Snuffy (Sesame Street):
    • Snuffy, full name Mr. Snuffleupagus, is a large, shaggy creature on “Sesame Street.” For many years, only Big Bird could see him, leading others to believe he was imaginary.
  31. Squirtle (Pokémon):
    • Squirtle is one of the original Pokémon species and is a water-type Pokémon known for its turtle-like appearance. It evolves into Wartortle and later into Blastoise.
  32. Starfire (Teen Titans):
    • Starfire is a Tamaranean princess and a member of the Teen Titans. She has the ability to absorb and project energy, and her kind and optimistic nature often contrasts with the other members of the team.
  33. Shiro (Voltron: Defender of the Universe):
    • Shiro is one of the main characters and pilots of the Black Lion in the animated series “Voltron: Defender of the Universe.” He is known for his leadership skills and strategic mind.
  34. Stinky Pete (Toy Story 2):
    • Stinky Pete, also known as the Prospector, is a character in “Toy Story 2.” He is a vintage toy and a villain who initially appears as a wise and grandfatherly figure.
  35. Sarah (Ed, Edd n Eddy):
    • Sarah is a character from the animated series “Ed, Edd n Eddy.” She is the younger sister of Ed and is known for her bossy and temperamental personality.
  36. Snap (ChalkZone):
    • Snap is a character from the animated series “ChalkZone.” He is a living, drawing stick figure created by the protagonist, Rudy Tabootie, and has the ability to travel between the real world and ChalkZone.
  37. Snow White (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs):
    • Snow White is the titular character in Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” She is a kind and gentle princess who befriends seven dwarfs after escaping the evil queen.
  38. Smurfette (The Smurfs):
    • Smurfette is the only female Smurf in the animated series “The Smurfs.” Originally created by the evil wizard Gargamel, she later becomes a valued member of the Smurf community.
  39. Snorks (The Snorks):
    • The Snorks are characters from the animated series “The Snorks.” They are aquatic creatures with snorkel-like appendages on their heads, living in the undersea city of Snorkland.
  40. Samurai Pizza Cats (Samurai Pizza Cats):
    • The Samurai Pizza Cats are anthropomorphic cats who operate a pizzeria by day and transform into heroic samurai warriors to defend their city from evil by night.
  41. Stinger (The Dreamstone):
    • Stinger is a character from the animated series “The Dreamstone.” He is a villainous character serving Zordrak, the show’s main antagonist, in his quest to capture the Dreamstone.
  42. Sagwa (Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat):
    • Sagwa is the titular character in the animated series “Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat.” The show follows Sagwa’s adventures in ancient China, where she learns life lessons and moral values.
  43. Sarge (Toy Story):
    • Sarge is a green plastic army man and the leader of the Green Army Men in the “Toy Story” franchise. He is known for his discipline and strategic thinking.
  44. Slappy Squirrel (Animaniacs):
    • Slappy Squirrel is a character from the animated series “Animaniacs.” She is an elderly cartoon character who often finds herself in comedic situations and serves as a mentor to the younger characters.
  45. Skippy Squirrel (Animaniacs):
    • Skippy Squirrel is Slappy Squirrel’s young nephew in “Animaniacs.” He is curious and adventurous, often getting caught up in his aunt’s antics.
  46. Skunk (Skunk Fu!):
    • Skunk is the main character in the animated series “Skunk Fu!” He is an anthropomorphic skunk with aspirations to become a kung fu master and defend his home against various villains.
  47. Stanley (Stanley):
    • Stanley is the titular character in the animated series “Stanley.” The show follows Stanley’s imaginative adventures and his interactions with his talking pets.
  48. Squanchy (Rick and Morty):
    • Squanchy is a character from the animated series “Rick and Morty.” He is a cat-like creature with a rough personality and a tendency to use the word “squanch” in various ways.
  49. Squeaky-Voiced Teen (The Simpsons):
    • The Squeaky-Voiced Teen is a recurring minor character in the animated series “The Simpsons.” He is often seen working odd jobs, and his voice is characterized by its high pitch.
  50. Sideshow Bob (The Simpsons):
    • Sideshow Bob, or Robert Terwilliger, is a recurring antagonist in “The Simpsons.” He is a former sidekick to Krusty the Clown and is known for his intelligence and elaborate schemes to harm Bart Simpson.
  51. Sally Acorn (Sonic the Hedgehog):
    • Sally Acorn is a character from the “Sonic the Hedgehog” animated series. She is a princess and a member of the Freedom Fighters, working to oppose the evil plans of Dr. Robotnik.
  52. Silver Surfer (Silver Surfer):
    • The Silver Surfer, also known as Norrin Radd, is a Marvel Comics character who possesses the Power Cosmic. He travels through space on a silver surfboard, often as a herald of Galactus.
  53. Snout Spout (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe):
    • Snout Spout is a character from “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.” He is a heroic character with an elephant-like appearance and the ability to spray water from his trunk.
  54. Shorty (The Land Before Time):
    • Shorty is a character in “The Land Before Time” franchise. He is a young Brachiosaurus who befriends Littlefoot and his friends on their adventures.
  55. Scrat (Ice Age):
    • Scrat is a saber-toothed squirrel and a comedic character in the “Ice Age” film series. He is always on a quest to secure his beloved acorn, often leading to disastrous and humorous situations.
  56. Snaggles (Yakky Doodle):
    • Snaggles is a character from “Yakky Doodle,” a segment of “The Yogi Bear Show.” He is a duckling with a speech impediment and often finds himself in humorous predicaments.
  57. Skips (Regular Show):
    • Skips is a character in the animated series “Regular Show.” He is a yeti who serves as the park’s groundskeeper and possesses various supernatural abilities.
  58. Snarf (ThunderCats Roar):
    • Snarf is a character from the animated series “ThunderCats Roar.” He is a loyal and helpful companion to the ThunderCats, often providing comic relief.
  59. Snickers (The Perils of Penelope Pitstop):
    • Snickers is a character from “The Perils of Penelope Pitstop.” He is one of the Anthill Mob members, a group of small-time gangsters.
  60. Smee (Peter Pan and the Pirates):
    • Smee is a character in the animated series “Peter Pan and the Pirates.” He is Captain Hook’s bumbling and good-natured first mate.
  61. Sabor (The Legend of Tarzan):
    • Sabor is a leopard antagonist in “The Legend of Tarzan” animated series. She poses a threat to Tarzan and his friends in the jungle.
  62. Snarf (ThunderCats (2011)):
    • Snarf is a character from the 2011 reboot of “ThunderCats.” He is a small creature and serves as a loyal companion to Lion-O.
  63. Shirokuma Cafe (Shirokuma Cafe):
    • “Shirokuma Cafe,” also known as “Polar Bear Cafe,” is an anime series featuring a polar bear who runs a café and interacts with various other animals, including a penguin and a panda.
  64. Satsuki Kusakabe (My Neighbor Totoro):
    • Satsuki Kusakabe is one of the main characters in Studio Ghibli’s “My Neighbor Totoro.” She, along with her sister Mei, encounters magical creatures in their new rural home.
  65. Shiro Amada (Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team):
    • Shiro Amada is the protagonist of the anime series “Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team.” He is a skilled Mobile Suit pilot and plays a crucial role in the series’ events.
  66. Shuten Doji (Hakaba Kitaro):
    • Shuten Doji is a character from “Hakaba Kitaro,” an anime series. He is a humanoid youkai (supernatural creature) with a strong sense of justice.
  67. Sho Fukamachi (Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor):
    • Sho Fukamachi is the protagonist of “Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor.” He discovers a mysterious device that transforms him into the Guyver, a powerful armored warrior.
  68. Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop):
    • Spike Spiegel is the main character in the anime series “Cowboy Bebop.” He is a laid-back and skilled bounty hunter traveling through space with his eclectic crew on the spaceship Bebop.
  69. Shinji Ikari (Neon Genesis Evangelion):
    • Shinji Ikari is the main protagonist in the anime series “Neon Genesis Evangelion.” He pilots giant mechs known as Evangelions to protect humanity from mysterious beings called Angels.
  70. Sailor Jupiter (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Jupiter is one of the Sailor Guardians in “Sailor Moon.” Her civilian name is Makoto Kino, and she possesses lightning and plant-based powers.
  71. Sailor Venus (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Venus, also known as Minako Aino, is another member of the Sailor Guardians in “Sailor Moon.” She is characterized by her love for pop culture and her expertise in combat.
  72. Sailor Mars (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Mars, or Rei Hino, is a Sailor Guardian in “Sailor Moon.” She has powers related to fire and is a skilled Shinto priestess.
  73. Sailor Mercury (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Mercury, or Ami Mizuno, is the Sailor Guardian of water and intellect in “Sailor Moon.” She is known for her intelligence and analytical abilities.
  74. Sailor Pluto (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Pluto, or Setsuna Meioh, is the Guardian of Time in “Sailor Moon.” She can control time and guard the gates of time.
  75. Sailor Uranus (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Uranus, or Haruka Tenoh, is one of the Outer Sailor Guardians in “Sailor Moon.” She is characterized by her strength and association with the sky.
  76. Sailor Neptune (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Neptune, or Michiru Kaioh, is another Outer Sailor Guardian in “Sailor Moon.” She is associated with the sea and possesses powers related to water.
  77. Sailor Saturn (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Saturn, or Hotaru Tomoe, is the Sailor Guardian of destruction and rebirth in “Sailor Moon.” She has powers linked to death and regeneration.
  78. Sailor Chibi Moon (Sailor Moon):
    • Sailor Chibi Moon, or Chibiusa, is the future daughter of Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask in “Sailor Moon.” She is also a Sailor Guardian with her own set of powers.
  79. Sailor Starlights (Sailor Moon):
    • The Sailor Starlights are characters in the later arcs of “Sailor Moon.” They are a trio of Sailor Guardians from another solar system who temporarily join forces with the main cast.
  80. Soos Ramirez (Gravity Falls):
    • Soos is a character from the animated series “Gravity Falls.” He is the lovable and laid-back handyman at the Mystery Shack.
  81. Stan Pines (Gravity Falls):
    • Stan Pines is one of the main characters in “Gravity Falls.” He is the eccentric owner of the Mystery Shack and the great-uncle of Dipper and Mabel Pines.
  82. Sir Topham Hatt (Thomas & Friends):
    • Sir Topham Hatt, also known as The Fat Controller, is a character in “Thomas & Friends.” He is in charge of the railway on the fictional Island of Sodor.
  83. Skarloey (Thomas & Friends):
    • Skarloey is a narrow-gauge steam engine in “Thomas & Friends.” He is part of the Skarloey Railway and is known for his resilience and dedication.
  84. Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles):
    • Splinter is a wise and elderly rat who serves as the mentor and father figure to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He is skilled in ninjutsu and imparts his knowledge to the turtles.
  85. Shredder (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles):
    • Shredder is the main antagonist in the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” franchise. He is the archenemy of the turtles and the leader of the Foot Clan, a criminal organization.
  86. Stork (Storks):
    • Stork is a character from the animated film “Storks.” In the movie, storks deliver packages instead of babies, and Stork finds himself in a humorous adventure.
  87. Satsuki Kiryuuin (Kill la Kill):
    • Satsuki Kiryuuin is a major character in the anime series “Kill la Kill.” She is the student council president at Honnouji Academy and plays a crucial role in the show’s narrative.
  88. San (Princess Mononoke):
    • San, also known as Princess Mononoke, is a character in Studio Ghibli’s “Princess Mononoke.” She is a human raised by wolves and fights to protect the forest from industrialization.
  89. Shinya Kougami (Psycho-Pass):
    • Shinya Kougami is the protagonist in the anime series “Psycho-Pass.” He is an Enforcer and former Inspector in a dystopian future where society is regulated by a system that measures psychological states.
  90. Slaine Troyard (Aldnoah.Zero):
    • Slaine Troyard is a major character in the mecha anime “Aldnoah.Zero.” He is a Vers Empire Terran and plays a complex role in the conflict between Earth and Mars.
  91. Sinbad (Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic):
    • Sinbad is a prominent character in the anime and manga series “Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic.” He is a powerful and charismatic king who plays a central role in the world’s politics.
  92. Souma Yukihira (Food Wars!):
    • Souma Yukihira is the main protagonist in the anime and manga series “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma.” He is a talented young chef determined to surpass his father’s culinary skills.
  93. Saitama (One Punch Man):
    • Saitama is the protagonist of “One Punch Man.” He is a hero who can defeat any opponent with a single punch, leading to a sense of boredom and disillusionment.
  94. Shigeo Kageyama (Mob Psycho 100):
    • Shigeo Kageyama, also known as Mob, is the main character in “Mob Psycho 100.” He possesses psychic abilities but strives to lead a normal life while suppressing his powers.
  95. Subaru Natsuki (Re:Zero):
    • Subaru Natsuki is the protagonist of the anime and light novel series “Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World.” He finds himself transported to a fantasy world and experiences the power of resurrection.
  96. Sesshomaru (Inuyasha):
    • Sesshomaru is a powerful demon and a major character in the anime and manga series “Inuyasha.” He is Inuyasha’s older half-brother and is known for his stoic demeanor.
  97. Sakura Kinomoto (Cardcaptor Sakura):
    • Sakura Kinomoto is the main character in “Cardcaptor Sakura.” She accidentally releases a set of magical cards and embarks on a journey to retrieve them, becoming a Cardcaptor.
  98. Spike (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic):
    • Spike is a dragon character in “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.” He is Twilight Sparkle’s assistant and a loyal friend to the main characters in the series.
  99. Starlight Glimmer (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic):
    • Starlight Glimmer is a character in “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.” Initially introduced as an antagonist, she undergoes significant character development and becomes a key ally.
  100. Sunset Shimmer (My Little Pony: Equestria Girls):
    • Sunset Shimmer is a character in the “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls” franchise. She is a former antagonist who undergoes redemption and becomes a protagonist in the human world.

 

My Take on Cartoon Characters that Start with S

And there you have it, a delightful journey through the enchanting world of cartoon characters whose names begin with the letter “S.”

From the classic stars like Scooby-Doo and SpongeBob SquarePants to the lesser-known gems, these characters have left a lasting impression on both young and young at heart.

So, whether you’re revisiting old favorites or discovering new ones, one thing is for sure – the world of animation is truly a magical place, filled with incredible characters that continue to bring smiles and laughter to our lives. 

 

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