Cartoon characters are known for their distinct appearances and personalities, and one of the most unique features is their hair.

While most characters stick to traditional hair colors like brown, black, and blonde, some stand out with their blue locks. Blue-haired characters come in all shapes and sizes, from heroic warriors to quirky sidekicks.

They add a pop of color to any animated show or movie and have become fan favorites over the years. In this post, we will be highlighting 25 cartoon characters with blue hair that have captured our hearts and imaginations.

25. Gil 

From: Bubble Guppies

Gil is the fun-loving, yet accident-prone leader of the Bubble Guppies, who often finds himself in silly and unexpected situations.

Despite his tendency to attract bad luck and messiness, Gil remains a brave and adventurous guppy who loves to sing, dance and play music. He’s not one to overthink things and simply go with the flow, but can sometimes get startled easily and struggle under pressure.

Gil has a unique appearance, with peach skin, cow-licked cerulean blue hair, blue eyes, and a medium, pale, and forest green camouflage-patterned tail.

His energetic and lighthearted personality adds to the charm of the Bubble Guppies and their adventures.

24. Stormer 

From: Jem and the Holograms

Stormer, a member of the Misfits in the animated TV series Jem and the Holograms, stands out from her bandmates with her sensitive and kind nature.

While she participates in the group’s schemes to sabotage Jem and the Holograms, she will voice her concern if she believes they are going too far.

In the episode “Frame Up,” Stormer disguises herself to clear Jem’s name when she is framed for a crime she didn’t commit.

Stormer has long, curly cobalt blue hair that she often adorns with an orange flower, giving her a distinctive look compared to the other characters in the show.

23. Hades 

From: Hercules

Hades is a character from the Disney animated film “Hercules.” He appears as a blue-gray humanoid with flaming blue hair, wearing a black robe and standing on a smoky base.

As the Lord of the Underworld, Hades is a hot-headed fast talker who despises ruling the Underworld and dreams of taking over Mount Olympus.

Despite his cruel machinations, Hades’ informal approach to villainy makes him a widely comedic character with a self-aware and irreverent style of humor. He is generally calm, cool, and collected, using his intelligence and wit to get what he wants.

22. Grumpy Bear

From: Care Bears

Grumpy Bear is a Care Bear with dark blue fur and a storm cloud with hearts as his Belly badge. He is known for his cynical and surly demeanor and is often depicted with blue eyes.

Despite his negative attitude, Grumpy has an important role in the Care Bear Family, as he helps grumpy kids who may not respond well to the typical bubbly and happy approach of his fellow Care Bears.

While he may seem out of place at first, Grumpy’s unique perspective and ability to relate to grumpy children make him an important member of the team.

21. Gleek 

From: Wonder Twins

Gleek is a highly intelligent blue “Exxorian Space Monkey” and the beloved pet of Zan and Jayna from the planet Exxor. He has a stretchable and prehensile tail, which he often uses to assist the Wonder Twins in their missions.

Despite being an alien monkey, Gleek has a deep understanding of spoken English and communicates through a combination of sign language, acting out scenes, and chattering in his unique alien tongue.

In addition to his impressive abilities, Gleek is also known for producing a bucket to hold Zan in his water form, making him an indispensable part of the Wonder Twins’ team.

Originally the property of a clown in an interplanetary carnival, Gleek now enjoys a life of adventure and heroism alongside his superhero owners.

20. Sunil Nevla

From: Littlest Pet Shop

Sunil Nevla is a blue mongoose magician who appears in the TV series “Littlest Pet Shop.” Despite his talent for magic, his tricks often need improvement.

He has baby blue fur, yellow eyes, and light blue markings on his stomach, forehead, and nose. Sunil is an “unbelievable coward,” but can become a brave hero in the presence of cobras due to his natural instinct as a mongoose to fight them.

Blythe Baxter and Russell Ferguson use his fear of cobras to rescue all the trapped pets in “Gailbreak!” Although Sunil previously refused to enter the pet shop, he overcomes his fear and becomes a valuable part of the rescue mission.

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19. Sadness

From: Inside Out

Sadness is a character in the 2015 Disney•Pixar film Inside Out and one of the five emotions inside the mind of Riley Andersen. She has light blue skin, dark blue hair, blue eyes, and buck teeth.

As her name suggests, Sadness is the embodiment of sorrow and melancholy, and her emotion is rarely used because Joy wants to keep Riley happy at all times. Joy often treats Sadness poorly and the other emotions don’t believe she has a purpose.

However, Sadness yearns to be valued and contribute to the team. She is the most sensitive of all the emotions and adds depth and nuance to Riley’s experiences.

18. Blueberry Muffin

From: Strawberry Shortcake

Blueberry Muffin is a beloved character from Strawberry Shortcake, known for her intelligence and knowledge about almost everything. She is often portrayed as the smartest girl in the group and spends a lot of her time with books.

Blueberry is always willing to lend her expertise to her friends, and can easily locate specific topics in her bookstore. Despite her vast knowledge, her well-mannered nature can sometimes confuse her friends.

Blueberry’s talents extend beyond her intelligence; she is also a genius when it comes to organization, making plans, maps, and schedules.

However, she prefers to keep things simple and not overly sophisticated. Blueberry’s wit and keen mind make her an essential member of the Strawberry Shortcake gang.

17. Ember McLain 

From: Danny Phantom

Ember McLain is a ghost villainess in the popular animated show Danny Phantom. She is a teenage ghost with a pale-white complexion and a hard-rocking persona.

Ember is known for her siren-like voice and her ability to feed off the idol worship of other teenagers. She has a rebellious streak and disrespects any authority figure that she encounters.

Ember takes great pride in her singing abilities and seeks revenge on Dark Danny for ruining her vocal cords. Despite her somewhat childish personality, she is not easily offended and often ignores insults thrown her way by Danny.

Ember McLain is a formidable opponent for Danny Phantom, with her ghostly powers and rock star attitude.

16. Gusto Gummi

From: Adventures Of the Gummi Bears

Augustus “Gusto” Gummi is a character from the beloved animated series Adventures of the Gummi Bears.

He is an artistic and individualistic Gummi who was stranded on a deserted island for twelve years with his best friend, a wise-talking toucan named Artie Deco.

When Tummi and Gruffi were shipwrecked on Gusto’s island, they worked together to escape before a volcano caused the island to sink.

They brought Gusto back to Gummi Glen with them, where he became a valued member of the Gummi Bears community. With his artistic talents and independent spirit, Gusto brings a unique perspective to the group of friendly bears.

15. Guy Diamond 

From: Trolls

Guy Diamond is a glittery, neon-blue troll with a naked body and long, wavy hair that doubles as a belt. He’s a supporting character in the Trolls franchise and is known for his love of dance and his tendency to leave a trail of glitter wherever he goes.

Despite his lack of clothing, he’s not shy about his body and is very confident in his appearance.

He’s a member of The Snack Pack, a group of trolls who accompany Princess Poppy on her adventures. In movies and TV shows, Guy Diamond is often portrayed as a fun-loving and energetic character who loves to party.

14. Sonic The Hedgehog

From: Sonic The Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog is an animated television series based on the popular video game franchise of the same name. It first aired in 1993 and ran for two seasons.

The show follows the adventures of Sonic and his friends, who work to foil the plans of the villainous Dr. Robotnik and his army of robots. Sonic, the titular character, is a blue hedgehog with the ability to run at supersonic speeds.

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He is joined by Tails, a two-tailed fox, and a host of other characters as they fight to save their home, the planet Mobius, from Robotnik’s evil schemes.

13. Furrball 

From: Tiny Toon Adventures

Furrball is a young, blue-gray male cat with a white chest and muzzle. He is often seen trying to catch and eat various small animals, particularly birds. Despite his attempts to be a fierce hunter, he is often clumsy and unlucky, leading to his failure.

He is also portrayed as being a bit dim-witted, which sometimes causes him to be manipulated by other characters, particularly Elmyra Duff, who has a tendency to capture him and treat him as a pet.

Furrball is known for his big, sad-looking eyes and his signature meow, which he often uses to express his emotions.

12. Joy 

From: Inside Out

Joy is the embodiment of happiness, depicted as a tall and slender, yellow figure with short, spiky hair and bright blue eyes. She is always upbeat and optimistic, and she has a knack for finding the bright side of any situation.

Joy is the de facto leader of the other emotions, and she spends most of her time trying to keep Riley’s other emotions in check.

She is fiercely protective of Riley’s happiness and will go to great lengths to ensure that Riley is always joyful, even if that means suppressing other emotions like sadness.

However, she eventually learns the importance of allowing other emotions to be felt and embraced.

11. Sully 

From: Monster Inc.

Sulley is a character from the Disney/Pixar animated film, Monsters, Inc. He is a large, blue-furred monster with purple spots and indigo eyes.

Sulley is known for his good-natured personality, hardworking nature, and confidence. He loved his job as a Scarer and worked hard to become the Top Scarer, but he was also humble and focused on being a good employee for the company.

Sulley’s journey to becoming a Scarer started from humble beginnings as a mailman, and he worked his way up through various jobs in the company. Overall, Sulley is a beloved character known for his kindness and dedication.

10. Jenny 

From: My Life as a Teenage Robot

Jenny is a teenage robot who yearns to live a normal life despite her advanced technological abilities. As a defender of Earth, she is equipped with advanced weaponry and devices to help her fight crime.

However, she struggles to balance her duties as a crime-fighter with the everyday challenges of high school and being a teenager. Jenny often finds herself in difficult situations and must use her intellect and advanced capabilities to overcome them.

Throughout the series, she strives to find a balance between her responsibilities as a protector of Earth and her desire for a normal life.

9. Coraline Jones 

From: Coraline

Coraline Jones is a curious, adventurous, and resourceful young girl who finds a secret door in her new home leading to an alternate version of her life.

In this Other World, everything appears perfect, including her “Other” parents who are more attentive and loving than her real parents. However, things take a dark turn when Coraline realizes that the Other World is a trap set by a malevolent entity known as the Beldam.

With her intelligence and bravery, Coraline sets out to save herself and her real parents from the Beldam’s clutches and return to the real world.

8. Biggie 

From: Trolls

Biggie is a bright and bubbly character in Trolls. He is a plump and jolly troll who is almost always seen with his best friend, Mr. Dinkles, a tiny and loyal caterpillar.

Biggie is a loyal and caring friend, always looking out for the well-being of others. He’s also very emotional and prone to tears, often crying when something moves him or when he’s touched by someone’s kindness.

Despite his size, he’s surprisingly agile and nimble, which he demonstrates in the movie during a few scenes. Biggie’s cheerful and upbeat personality makes him a beloved character in the Trolls franchise.

7. Anti-Wanda 

From: The Fairly Odd Parents

Anti-Wanda is a character from the animated television series, The Fairly Odd Parents. She is the complete opposite of Wanda, with her southern hillbilly accent and foot-eating habits.

Like Cosmo, Anti-Wanda is also known for her stupidity, often causing trouble for Timmy and her husband, Anti-Cosmo.

However, it is uncertain if Anti-Wanda is a real threat, as she usually follows her husband’s lead. Despite their differences, both Wanda and Anti-Wanda share a love for their children.

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6. Emily 

From: Corpse Bride

Emily is the reanimated corpse bride and deuteragonist of the stop-motion animated film Corpse Bride. She is a former human who was murdered on her wedding day and brought back to life as a member of the undead.

Emily is a charming and charismatic character with a talent for singing and dancing. She forms a deep connection with Victor Van Dort, the young groom who mistakenly proposes to her while rehearsing his wedding vows in the forest.

Despite being dead, Emily is able to express a range of emotions and ultimately helps Victor overcome his fears and reunite with his true love.

5. Stitch

From: Lilo & Stitch

Lilo & Stitch: The Series follows the adventures of the young Hawaiian girl Lilo Pelekai and her alien “dog” Stitch. The show takes place after the events of the film, with Lilo and Stitch capturing and rehabilitating Jumba and Pleakley’s remaining experiments.

The series features a mix of new experiments and experiments from the original film, each with its unique abilities and personalities.

Alongside Lilo and Stitch, several other characters from the film return, such as Nani, Jumba, and Pleakley, as well as new characters like Gantu’s cousin Gigi and the evil Dr. Hamsterviel.

4. Huckleberry Hound

From: The Huckleberry Hound Show

The Huckleberry Hound Show is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The show premiered in 1958 and ran for two seasons, consisting of 69 episodes.

The show follows the adventures of the blue dog named Huckleberry Hound, who is known for his southern drawl and laid-back personality.

The show also featured two other segments: “Yogi Bear” and “Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks.” The show became popular for its catchy theme song and the endearing personality of Huckleberry Hound.

It is considered a classic of American animation and has been referenced in various forms of media over the years.

3. Rick Sanchez 

From: Rick and Morty

Rick Sanchez is the main protagonist of the adult animated science fiction series Rick and Morty. He is a brilliant yet alcoholic scientist who frequently embarks on dangerous interdimensional adventures with his grandson, Morty.

Rick is often portrayed as nihilistic and apathetic towards the consequences of his actions, which often leads to trouble for himself and his family.

While initially presented as a charismatic and eccentric character, Rick’s dark past and morally questionable behavior have become more prominent throughout the series.

He is considered an anti-hero and often borders on being an antagonist due to his selfish and destructive tendencies.

2. Marge Simpson 

From: The Simpsons

Marge Simpson is a beloved character in The Simpsons TV series, known for her iconic blue hair and her role as the matriarch of the Simpson family.

She is a devoted wife to her husband Homer and a caring mother to her three children. Marge is often the voice of reason in her family, trying to keep everyone in line and maintain order in their chaotic household.

She is known for her moral values and has pursued a variety of careers outside of the home, including being a police officer and an anti-violence activist. Marge is a beloved character who has captured the hearts of audiences around the world.

1. Wonder Woman 

From: DC Super Hero Girls

Wonder Woman is a powerful Amazon warrior and a true leader, both in battle and in the classroom. She uses her strength, intelligence, and compassion to help her fellow Super Hero Girls and protect the world from evil.

Her signature weapons include the Lasso of Truth, a golden tiara, and magical bracelets that can deflect any attack.

As a student at Metropolis High School, she excels in academics and sports and encourages her peers to strive for excellence as well. Wonder Woman is a symbol of hope and justice, inspiring those around her to be their best selves.