Wikia

Fetish Fuel

Western Animation

Talk0
400pages on
this wiki

Category page

It's not supposed to be sexy, but it is.

David X Cohen, Futurama DVD Commentary


If there is any proof the Animation Age Ghetto is a crock concept, it's this.



  • Paper Doll Man is the epitome of hotness for this guy. The way he folds up and slips between cracks makes this guy's big fat manshroom go harder than sement.
  • Adventure Time with Finn and Jake, with Jake's power to stretch/grow/shrink any part of his body.
  • MARCELINE. A sexy vampire chick and troll with a lad-ette personality, and somewhat hinted at shotacon feelings with the protagonist AND Les Yay with Princess Bubblegum. How is that not fetish fuel?
  • An obscure cartoon, Goldie Gold and Action Jack (Richie Rich meets Indiana Jones), has both title characters being Bound and Gagged. One instance has a henchwoman grabbing both Goldie's arms from behind, and Goldie spends the next half-minute pinned right in front of her captor.
  • Nicole from The Amazing World of Gumball. Big butt, short skirt, ability to kick ass but be sweet at the same time. Unsurprisingly, most of the 34 is of her.
  • One episode of 2 Stupid Dogs who parody the tale of Hansel and Gretel as THE MORE BLATANT REFERENCE TO BOTH VORAPHILIA AND SADOMASOCHISM EVER in the role of the witch. Seriously, this was the day I discover than my blooming (voraphilic, no sado-maso mind you) fantasms wasn't unusual, because the author obviously know cases. It's so damning that Warner Bros. Entertainment doesn't want you to see it.
    • What makes this even weirder is the fact that that episode barely attempted any sort of comedy. Makes you wonder about the writers...
  • An attempted Subversion, in Barbie: The Island Princess the titular princess dresses up, with the help of her animal friends. A peacock gives her his tail to wear. This would almost be a furry or showgirl accessory, but the tail turns into something obviously like a piece of plastic when she puts it on. Perhaps Mattel knew how that would look otherwise.
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks' equally prepubescent girlfriends the Chipettes. Scantily clad in harem gear. Singing a bouncy, suggestive song called "Getting Lucky". To a room full of snakes, who repeatedly go rigid when they first move in for the kill. Did I mention that the movie it's in, The Chipmunk Adventure, is rated G?
    • The girls are also subject to a handful of panty-shots throughout the movie.
    • Not to mention the outfits the chipmunks and chipettes wear during the last part of the movie.
    • And what about the villains in The Chipmunk Adventure? The hot domineering chainsmoking blonde, and her brother was apparently hot too.
    • In the episode "Sisters", Britney is serving two girls who are members of a group she wants to join. Britney is seen giving one of them lotion. The two girls speak in a sort of snobby British accent.
  • There was an episode of Garfield and Friends where a hot supermodel goes after Jon... but what she really wants is Garfield. A grown woman wants a cat. On a Saturday Morning cartoon. How this ever got past the censors in the first place, we'll never know. All this troper knows that if it wasn't weird enough she had an innocent crush on Garfield, this episode was probably what made her take it further in her head.
  • How about that one episode of The Venture Brothers, where Dean is dressed in Princess Leia's slave outfit almost the entire episode?
    • This troper's sister is now questioning Dean's sexual preferences based on that episode and the series in general.
    • And menaced with enforced marriage to the extremely dominating Baron Ãœnderbheit, who needs an entry in his own right. Particularly since he's always followed by his faithful, subservient and possibly horribly abused Manservant.
    • It would be remiss to mention this show and not include leather-catsuit clad, high-heeled, unzipped, ass-kicking, chastity belt wearing Molotov Cocktease.
    • Or the attempted seduction of Dean by the twins in "Dr. Quymn, Medicine Woman".
    • This Troper is a somewhat afraid to admit it, but Girl Hitler gave me a thing for girls with moustaches. Seriously.
    • Herr Trigger the blond, kinky German hitman in the penultimate Season 3 episode. That guy turns gun fetishism into an art.
    • Pete White. That is all.
    • ...Rusty washing the Walking Eye. This troper actually finds his somewhat sleaziness kind of hot. Meow.
    • Long-haired, angsty Hank in Brock's old denim jacket? Babe alert!
  • This troper suspects Hartman Hips may have contributed to his fondness for big-bottomed women.
  • Thundercats, especially the episode in which they arrive on their new home planet naked.
    • This troper was more distracted by the phallic symbols — the Sword of Omens growing when Lion-O said "Thundercats... HO!", Cheetara's expanding staff... but Tygra, for example, does have a sort of whip...
    • This troper was turned on by the sheer amount of mind control that's in the series.
    • ... as well as a large number of scenes the Thundercats spend being tied up or bound, sometimes in suggestive poses.
  • Dale Arden never looked so sexy to this Troper at age 12 as in the Flash Gordon The Greatest Adventure Of All TV Movie when she is bound and dragged with Flash and Zarkov and her ever-so-proper dress is torn completely away at one shoulder and threatening to make the whole shirt fall off.
  • Donald Duck being molested by a series of robotic contraptions that touch on a variety of specific fetishes like bondage, breath play, and infantilism had to have given more people than this troper some rather peculiar feelings as a youngster.
    • Speaking of Infantilism, old cartoons do this surprisingly often. One of this Troper's friends (during discussion of this trope, no less) supposedly got into it because he saw it on Tom And Jerry so much. Makes you wonder about the animators.
    • The Duck Butt Conspiracy!
  • The Warner Brothers version of the 3 Bears. Papa Bear is a tiny guy with anger management issues and is where I get my love of the "pocket bear" and Baby Bear is HUGE, not-too-bright and clumsy with just a touch of Psychopathic Manchild. Baby Bear is DEFINITELY where I get my love of the big boys. They have to wear big boy pants, though. The diaper does nothing for me.
  • Speaking of Marshal Law, what can you say about a character who doesn't actually deny it when enemies call him a "Leather-clad Tinkerbell" and a "Barbed-wire bondage freak"? I mean, seriously, where did he buy his costume?
  • Tanya Mousekewitz, from An American Tail. Especially in her "Painted Lady" outfit from Fievel Goes West—in fact, that one was probably added because of high demand. (Oh, and she helped give this troper a good RP character!)
    • This troper reminds you that Tanya seems to be about 13 in this movie. She doesn't have any breasts, but the animators still manage to give her a cleavage line in that outfit...
      • This troper rebuts that, were she really 13, there would be no way that they'd be able to slip this scene in.
      • OK, maybe 14 or 15. No more than that though. It's still leaves this troper feeling a little creepy...
    • There's also the Gag Boobs human woman who stuffs Cat R. Waul into her cleavage while gushing "Oh, pussy pussy pussy!"
  • A number of western cartoons make use of Public Exposure for the sake of a gag. Usually it's just to expose cartoonish boxers, but nudity is not out of the question. Even characters who normally don't wear pants suddenly seem to become modest when this happens. This Troper would be shocked if that didn't create a number of exhibitionists in the world.
  • Internet, meet Ruby Gloom. She's a ludicrously adorable Living Doll Elegant Gothic Lolita. Who likes to use her feet.
  • Watch the "Terra Neon" episode of Storm Hawks. Just watch it.
    • It's just tentacles, that's not that bad. Now, which of those Storm Hawks episodes is the ones with the rather lesbian-style snow hare ladies?
      • You're probably thinking of the Absolute Zeroes, who were introduced in "Velocity" but had a much larger role in "Fire and Ice".
  • Despite being a kid at the time, this troper liked the part in the episode of Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? where Ivy disguised herself as Carmen's rival, the Tigress. She practically spent the remainder of the episode wearing that outfit.
  • Red Hot Riding Hood. The wolf isn't the only one howling.
  • There sure seemed to be a lot of spanking in Tom and Jerry. Usually as a result of the cat getting his head or torso caught in something and waiting oh so helplessly for the mouse to swaggeringly walk behind him, pick up a conveniently placed piece of wood, take a few practice swings...
    • Tom also seems to get inflated an awful lot. Like, more than any other cartoon character ever.
  • An old MGM cartoon has a Brains and Brawn bear duo... whenever the Brawn would mess up (or the Brain wanted to blame him), the little guy would give the big one a swift kick in the rump. As a result, the recurring catch phrase of the pair was "Bend over, Junior", delivered in a threatening tone. The fact that the "punishment" often happened off camera, with only Junior's reaction shot shown, makes it even better/worse...
  • Starting with Harley Quinn, she kicked off this editor's thing for powerful, slightly crazed-to-batshit-insane Action Girls, what with their sheer unpredictability and potential for 'enforced' sexy times. Whether they be pale and dark-haired (Wednesday Addams as played by Christina Ricci, Jun the bounty-hunter, Sunako-chan from The Wallflower) or manic and... adventurous (especially Haruko from FLCL — remember her skin-tight baseball suit,lazily held guitar and I-could-have-you-anytime grin? I do), all the female empowerment in recent years has only made it worse. Azula melds both of these strands, fortified with lashings of dominance.
  • Lady Frenzy in Botsmaster. She's already a prime example of Evil Is Sexy to start with, being a reasonably busty blonde with nice cleavage, a tantalizing front-slit skirt, and the phone-sex huskiness of voice artist Janyse Jaud (who also voiced Kagura in Inu Yasha). Then you have the episode in which she was brainwashed by the love-smitten hero... and the episode in which she was changed into a sweet and loving hippie chick with further enhanced cleavage by the hero... and the episode in which the hero's Ridiculously Human Robots kidnapped her and presented her unconscious body to the hero for his birthday, after which one of them proclaimed that "Now ZZ can do anything he wants with her!"... and the episode that specifically had her exclaim in awe at the emergence of humoungous Mecha, "Look at the size of those THINGS!!"
  • Yes, even WALL-E has its share of Fetish Fuel. A world full of incredibly fat, somewhat helpless people? Prime fantasy material for some people.
    • Don't forget Wall-E finding a bra and then wearing it like it was a pair of sunglasses. The scene lasted for so long, it turned into a Squick moment for this troper.
    • This troper discovered a previously-unknown hand fetish because of EVE's floating fingers. They just look so smooth...
  • Darla Dimple from Cats Don't Dance. There's no way that they weren't trying. Max even says, "Get hot, Ms. Dimple!"
  • And for the flat fetishist in this troper, there's the scene near the end where she's squished into a disk shape.
  • About the time this troper hit puberty, there was an episode of Cyberchase called "The Borg of the Ring" which introduced the character of Slider. He was a skater character with an Emo Teen personality, and the obvious Woobie of the show. This troper's never really recovered and now goes nuts over long haired guys and Woobies... (The fact that the episode is an obvious parody of her favorite novel doesn't really help matters.)
  • Everyone, this is Rogue from X Men Evolution. Look, but don't touch. Think of her as a Goth Azula after pulling a Heel Face Turn, with a Southern accent.
    • Original version Rogue from the 90's. My younger brother asked why she always sounded horny. What's the downside here?
    • You know what makes This Troper go crazy for Rogue? She has, no joke, the most adorable little dimple in her chin. Don't know why but mmm-mmm, sexy! Mind you this is one item checked off... we'd be here all day if I went down the whole list for you but it's at the top.
    • As mentioned on the comics page, Nightcrawler. Also, Quicksilver, with all the Power Perversion Potential that comes with him.
    • Also as mentioned on the comics page, Evolution Mystique definitely fits the Hot Mom profile, even before her black outfit come season 2.
    • I'm sure lovers of cosplay loved the camping episode where Jean Grey dresses like Lara Croft.
    • No one mentionned X-Men Evolution Toad yet? He's kinda cute and adorkable, totally devoted to the girl he like and he have a loooooong and slimy tongue...
  • This Troper is not into necrophilia but finds Jack Skellington to be her Perverse Sexual Lust incarnate despite the fact that he's dead, anatomically incorrect, and a puppet.
    • If PSL for Jack Skellington is wrong, I don't ever want to be right. The singing voice (courtesy Danny Elfman) definitely helps.
    • On the same thread, could I be the only one who had a serious crush on Emily? I mean really: it's hurt/comfort, music, and this weird fascination I have with her skeleton hand...
    • Oh, sweet, naive, hammish, overconfident, good-intentioned, perctly-pitched Jack. This tropette would not mind being embraced by those long bony arms...
  • The Baroness is practically Fetish Fuel incarnate, complete with a sexy accent, tight leather outfits, handles a gun really well If You Know What I Mean, and her glasses.
  • Linka from Captain Planet and the Planeteers was surprisingly hot...but, alas, she was also an (almost stereotypical) Dirty Communist. Foe Yay, anyone?
    • Not to mention she's a Tsundere who has a thing for the local redhead and liked to wear rather tight shorts...
    • The petite Gi has been known to get this reaction, and more than one observer has wondered if there's a reason she ends up in swimsuits so often compared to her cohorts.
      • Because her power is water. Either a bathing suit or a wetsuit would simply be a practical choice.
    • There was also fair amounts of bondage scenes for both girls. And for the guys for you ladies out there.
    • There was an episode where they get put into cocoons and come out evil. Evil seems to involve dressing like extras from Mad Max, but it's the thought that counts.
    • There was also the scene where Dr. Blight tries and fails to squeeze into her Hollywood starlet sister's pants while scarfing doughnuts. Certainly stuck out in this troper's mind...
  • Ferngully: The Last Rainforest did spook this troper out when she was little, but now that she's much older, she revisted the Villain Song Toxic Love (courtesy of YouTube), and she now has a huge attraction to Tim Curry. Another troper probably put it best on the Western Animation Film page of Nightmare Fuel: "Oh Tim Curry, you sex up everything you touch."
    • The blatant come-hither look Crysta gives Zak before leading him underneath a tree did nothing to ease this Troper's fairy fetish.
      • Hell, just Crysta, period.
    • This troper really isn't into Vore (the eating people/being eaten fetish), but she has to admit that the song where Zak almost gets eaten by a goanna is... interesting. It helps that the goanna's voice is so very sexy.
      • This troper IS into vore, and the above scared the CRAP out of him as a child and had NOTHING to do with him getting his fetish at all.
      • Well, I once read an article that theorized that fetishes are actually childhood phobias, which our minds attempted to cope with... and, um, succeeded. Sort of.
  • Kids Next Door: The Boyfriend Helmet and age-altering phlebotinum aside, in Operation C.A.T.S, Numbuh 3 dresses Numbuh 4 up in a cat costume and forces him to tell her he loves her. It Makes Sense In Context.
    • Also, Count Spankulot.
  • An episode of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy had reality altered after Grim changed Billy's test score switching, among other things, the genders of Billy's parents. Harold may have been Mrs. Doubtfire flavoured Nightmare Fuel, but Gladys was far hotter than she should have been.
  • This troper has had a thing for freckled redheads and high boots ever since he first saw Sheila from Dungeons And Dragons at age 8.
    • The split-second Panty Shot from the first episode might have been subliminally responsible. At least, that's the excuse you can use.
  • Braceface had an episode that probably introduced quite a few people to breast expansion/inflation.
  • In Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, Robotnik's butt has a habit of Gainaxing. Look at this clip, exactly two minutes in.
  • One episode of Chalk Zone has Rudy, Penny, and Craniac #3 riding a thermometer-like elevator that gets hotter near the top. When the three emerged at the top floor, well...was it wrong that this troper got a little hot and bothered by Penny looking hot and sweaty?
  • Just about all furry girls in Warner Bros Animation comedy series, such as Fifi la Fume and Minerva Mink, have large fanbases. The sexy human girls like Hello Nurse and Miss Information, oddly, don't have as many fans.
    • Julie Bruin, despite only appearing in one segment of one episode.
  • This troper sadly admits the The Warden in Superjail! has contributed to her soft spot of psychotic men as well as men in Nice Suits. Plus, David Wain's voice acting makes him so adorable.
    • It was FutureOverlord!Warden that did it for this troper, especially his uniform. I turned to mush everytime his voice went low, like "Let Jailbot X have a go at them".
    • Face it, the entire crossover with the women's prison was all kinds of fetish fuel I'd prefer not pondering. The Warden already was giving me weird squiggly feelings, did we really need to show his somewhat... quirky attitude towards courtship? (Also, there's Superjail! fanart out there, multiple pieces, of the Warden dying horribly. In a strangely... woobie-like manner. I swear I don't normally enjoy watching men drown...)
  • ReBoot. Evidently more than a few people found AndrAIa's paralyzing nails a good subject for speculation.
    • Also, Hexadecimal. Period.
  • Dean in The Iron Giant getting the squirrel in his pants... then having to unzip in front of everyone in the diner to get it out... not only does this troper feel envious of the squirrel, but there's just something so wrongly hot about his discomfort and squirming and omg the shot of him from behind unzipping his pants gives this troper alllll sorts of squiggly feelings.
  • Trevor Goodchild in Æon Flux. A handsome, early-middle-aged Evil Overlord who appears all dignified and wholesome, yet hides sticky depths of depravity. Excellent.
    • Comments by male fans lead this troper to believe that the incredibly lithe, leather bikini-wearing, possibly foot fetishistic Aeon herself should be on here.
      • This troper has seen a Youtube video that's simply a minutes-long loop of the foot-licking scene from the end of the episode Pilot.
    • Trevor and Aeon's relationship. Yes, they're sworn enemies and represent opposing ideologies, but yet they're still so strong attracted to one another that they can't help but have battlefield sex.
      • Also: the fact that they routinely cuckold each other, and occasionally force the other to watch.
  • Okay, I admit it: Nokama, from Bionicle: Legends of Metru Nui. I know she's pretty much a robot, but she's also strong, slender, kind, blue, female robot.
    • Reading that makes me feel so much better about my Brutaka fetish.
  • So in an episode of Martin Mystery, Diana (Martin's already gorgeous sister) becomes trapped by the Big Bad of the episode. Said Big Bad attempts to transform her into the monsters she had been subduing, but only gets half-way before Martin saves the day. What we're left with is a human-lizard hybrid with a long, bone-breaking, silky smooth tail and... Mmmm... So hot...
  • This troper has seen maybe three episodes of Darkwing Duck, all of them when she was probably about five or six. So what does she remember? Three words: "Let's Get Dangerous!" Something about the intonation or the slight growliness just stuck with her, if only for the fact it made a Disney TV series momentarily interesting, in either sense. Needless to say she's got a minor seiyuu fetish to this day, developing low-boiling crushes on practically all the A-list abridgers in addition to Ishida Akira, Seki Toshihiko and Scott McNeil.
    • Thanks to that validation, I can now admit to myself how sexy I find that voice and line.
    • Seconded
    • Speaking of Darkwing, would Jim Cummings' name count here? I mean, the joke is just so obvious...
    • Also, let's not forget the numberous instances of unintentional Shape Shifting that Darkwing or one of his pals goes through about every other episode, and his on-again, off-again girlfriend Morganna, who was like a duck version of Morticia Adams with more obvious magical powers. Mmm… In fact, if I remember correctly, she frequently lost control of said powers, leading to numerous accidental instances of the aforementioned Shape Shifting.
  • DeeDee growing to giant size in one of the original Dexter's Laboratory shorts
  • This troper never knew why, but he always got the a tingly feeling...erm...in that place during Dee-Dee's Brain Surgery scene in Dexter's Assistant.
  • That blonde girl shrinking and then growing in one of the newer episodes of Grossology.
    • One episode had a villain use an infra-sound weapon that made people lose control of their bowels. Yes, that's a fetish for some.
    • Abby is the designated Fetish Fuel Station Attendant of that show.
  • Another blonde girl, Sarah, shrinking and then growing in one episode of Dinosaucers.
  • The episode "Attack of the 50 Foot Irma" from the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It was one of the very first videos posted on Giantess City.
    • The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also had plenty of April O'Neil tied up. * sigh* I miss those days.
    • Speaking of Irma, her metal superhero costume in the episode "Super Irma" is definitely worthy of mention. And it doesn't hurt that she drop kicked about four Foot Soldiers in that same episode. Even Vernon was drooling over her.
  • Jessica Simpson growing to giant size in Celebrity Deathmatch.
    • The "Carmen Electra vs. Jenny McCarthy" mud-wrestling match.
  • Although Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers is known mainly for the furry fetish aspect, this troper felt somewhat... fascinated by the potential uses of the Fleebrobroxians' shapeshifting powers from "Dale Beside Himself". A thousand inflation fetishists thus squeaked...
    • "We like blowing up!" Apparently the characters are fetishists, too.
  • How come Grape Ape hasn't been mentioned yet? That guy's 100% macrophilia potential.
  • Speaking of macrophilia, Susan from Monsters Vs Aliens. This troper, who isn't a macrophile, found her merely cute, same as Reese Witherspoon, but if you go that way...
    • Also the Clothing Damage. And the possibility of unavoidable Panty Shots. And the hair. And the fact that Susan gains the Most Common Super Power during the transformation (which W.R. Monger even mentions). Not only does she gets a facelift with bigger buttcheeks and a ponytail, she gets a usual rival in the form or Sta'abi: A space hot-head amazon with tights, spear and killer warcry.
  • The Flapjack episode "Fancy Pants" has a few weight gain fetishes: stuffing, XWG, feeding, and exploding.
    • In one episode it is revealed that Flapjack wears purple panties.
    • The Shota community took a liking to Flapjack before the show even started. "Hey friend! Wanna go on an adventure?"
  • Question: do the costumes from Monster Buster Club come in adult sizes?
    • Cathy has a rather prominent posterior and an unusual amount of focus is put on it.
  • In an episode of The Ren and Stimpy Show, Ren is forced to eat lard sucked out of Stimpy, resulting in Ren becoming as fat as Stimpy was. There are even some detailed shots of Ren's arm and leg when he gets a good look at himself. The now-skinny Stimpy, meanwhile, has a similarly detailed shot of his legs.
    • In another episode, "The Boy Who Cried Rat", Stimpy is forced to eat Ren, chewing him up in his mouth and trying to swallow him. In fact, most of the episode was supposed to take place in Stimpy's mouth before Nickelodeon extended the chase scene.
  • The Zeta Project was generally tame in this category, eponymous shape-changing robot notwithstanding. But the episode "Taffy Time"... well... the plot concerns Agent Lee (Bennet Lite) being taken hostage by a cybernetically enhanced bounty hunter, Krick, in an abandoned candy factory. If memory serves, apart from being dragged around in handcuffs for a while, she actually gets gagged at one point. Finally, Krick changes tactics — partly because Lee has proven to be a difficult hostage — and ties her to a taffy-pulling machine, banking on Zeta coming to save her, with a lollipop stuck in her mouth as a gag and a big bow binding her ankles together. Aroused? No. A little blown away regardless? Yeah, a little.
    • For good measure, the episode ends with Lee pointedly throwing away a metal collar with a look of liberation on her face, so chew on that one for a while...
    • For Ro in a Beach Episode she spent 90% of it wearing a swimsuit.
  • An episode of Jem and the Holograms has the titular band dressed up as magician's assistants, compleat with two members wearing fisnets. At the climax of the episode everyone is caged, with one member of the Misfits tied up upside down in a full body straight jacket. Oh, did I mention that everyone wore their costumes the entire episode?
  • Just how many stuffing fetishes do you think this launched?
  • The Animated Adaptation of Beatrix Potter's "The Roly-Poly Pudding", in which the rats kidnap Tom Kitten, tie him up, smear him with butter and wrap him in dough, intending to eat him. This Troper, who has a slight vore fetish, loved that video as a child.
    • This troper (who is an admitted voreaphile) is now certain that this is what started her vore fetish.
    • This troper is not a voreaphile, but does have a thing for shota and bondage, and also loved that video. There's probably a connection.
  • Buttons. That is all.
  • Ludmilla from the otherwise forgettable Bartok The Magnificent. Fine in that outfit with the breasts clearly outlined. Then she drinks a potion and turns into a dragon, adding icing to the cake.
    • Not to mention the fact that during said transformation at one point, her boobs and only her boobs become ten times their previous size.
  • Megas XLR "DMV: Department Of Megas Violations". Red Headed Hero Kiva (dressed in a Latex Space Suit) and a Green Skinned Space Babe Bounty Hunter fight each other, only for Kiva to be subdued, and bound at the neck in a kneeling position while the bounty hunter leads her into a teleportation gateway that resembles an enormous vagina.
  • The Incredibles, specifically Mr. Incredible and ElastiGirl's first scene together. "I think you need to be more...flexible." Indeed.
    • Not to mention Violet's supersuit can turn invisible, whether or not she herself does. Serious Power Perversion Potential for all of the exhibitionists out there.
    • It always struck me as extremely sensible that someone as strong as Mr. Incredible would need a rather elastic lover.
  • King of the Hill has (despite all the Fan Disservice) the episode where Luann's mother comes by. Her relationship with Bill Dauterive was apparently built on Foot Focus, and it ends in a Cat Fight.
    • In universe, Peggy even accidentally starred in a series of internet foot fetish videos (Yes, accidental. This is Peggy we're talking about). If big honkin' feet are your thing, her feet have received more than a bit of focus...
  • If Scar was human, this troper would seriously consider jumping his bones. And it's all because of his voice.
  • While feeding a nostalgia binge via Youtube, this college-age troper loved to rewatch this shot in Duck Tales' "The Masked Mallard" where Scrooge is dressed like a purple Batman, unconscious, and tied to a flagpole during a thunderstorm, with his sideburns blowing in the wind...
  • I'll admit it, Marlene from The Penguins of Madagascar. Cute otter, with Nicole Sullivan's voice? I'm there.
  • Anyone Nicole Sullivan voices. Period.
  • Oh, poor Jane: in my mind Dragon and Gunther have done awful, awful things to you.
  • This troper believes that Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs has plenty of fetish fuel material to satisfy just about everyone. Or at least, those who like nerdy boys/girls, weight gain and -although debatable- vore.
  • One scene in The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest has Jessie (in a hybrid Questworld/"real world" simulation inside Jessie's mind) growing to giant size, then picking the others up to take them back home while saying "I promise I'll be gentle." Given the size of her breasts... This Troper was too young then to really appreciate it, but looking back...
    • This troper, at the age of 8, for two whole weeks could literally think of nothing else after he saw that. Those words and her picking them up just kept replaying over and over and over.
  • She-Hulk's appearance in the 1990s Incredible Hulk episode "Doomed" was pure Fetish Fuel. A transformation scene still venerated for graphic depictions of female muscle growth and Breast Expansion while Jennifer Walters apparently has an orgasm. The She-Hulk that resulted wore a rather minimal outfit (by the standards of Saturday morning cartoons), was husky voiced (provided by Lisa Zane), and pretty damned muscular. Her sexiness was such that her appearance was revised in season two (when the show took a notable dive in quality and was retitled The Incredible Hulk And She-Hulk) to be an overblown femme fatale who was now voiced by Cree Summer, muscle tone vanished and she ended up looking like little more than a big green supermodel. Still, enough to warp many a young mind.
  • There are a lot of writers of bondage porn who cite The Perils of Penelope Pitstop as a favorite of their youth or reach for it for a comparison.
  • The Hunter (a clueless bloodhound detective from King Leonardo and his Short Subjects) once got a magic lamp and wished his arch-enemy, the Fox, would disappear. The Fox is tied and muzzled by magical ropes and put into a large wicker basket, which vanishes.
  • Lydia from the Beetlejuice cartoon show was a cute, spunky, Perky Goth who traveled between the worlds of the living and dead for kicks and wore a Schoolgirl uniform on occasion. Rawr.
  • Ka Blam! has a lot of these. For starters, in the episode, "E Pluribus Ka Blam!" Henry and June are NAKED.
    • Not to mention all those dresses June's been wearing...rawwwrrr.
    • And in the episode "Won't Stick to Most Dental Work!", June is in one of her dresses saying that she wanted to make the show more "intamate".
    • Hey, take a look at THUNDERGIRL.
    • I bet the fangirls (like me) went sqee in the Life with loopy short, "20,000 Leagues Under the Sofa", where they got to see Larry taking a shower.
    • On another note, Loopy spent an entire episode in her pajamas.
    • Also on another note, the episode "Sasquatch-ersise!" Henry and June spent the entire episode being a pair of fat 10-year-olds.
      • Also, if you add the Action League Now! episode, "Fatter".
    • And don't forget the episode where June soils herself inside her spacesuit costume.
  • Jimmy Two-Shoes had an episode where Saffi wore a very form fitting full body straitjacket.
    • In another episode, Heloise has a daydream about a world of chocolate, where she licks a chocolate Jimmy. Fade to the real world, where she's licking the real Jimmy.
    • Heck, Heloise and Saffi in general. Check the Fetish Fuel Station Attendant page.
    • There Will Be Chocolate was probably heaven for anyone who has a Balloon Belly fetish.
  • The animated film Sinbad Legend of the Seven Seas features a particularly potent example in the villainess Eris, goddess of Chaos. She had the evilness of Ursula, and the good looks of Megara rolled up into one evil, but compellingly seductive package. She's everything you love about Disney girls, combined with what you love about Disney Villains to make a character who's both manipulative and unapologetically sexy.
  • There's a scene in Samson and Sally where Samson, a young white whale, settles down on the ocean floor. He doesn't realize he's lying on top of a buried octopus until it begins to tickle him—slowly at first, then furiously, finally grabbing onto his lower half. Thus began this troper's tickle and tentacle fetishes in one fell swoop.
  • Dear sweet Eastman and Laird! All this talk about April and Irma but no love for the Turtles themselves?! I speak specifically of the 2003 version where they were closer to their orginal comic book versions...How could any female NOT be drooling over them in the first episode? Those bulging muscles, the graceful acrobatics...And each Turtle had his own personality so there is always one you like more then the others...Me...I like Donatello...His Adorkable Nature and soft spoken gentleness makes me Squee every time
  • The Last Unicorn. "I love you!" * bites knuckles* This female troper will be over here, trying very hard not to think about burying cute non action guys in her bosom and never letting them go.
  • I remember watching a short on either Oh Yeah Cartoons or What A Cartoon Show where magical fairies appeared to a boy that was being tortured by a sadistic babysitter and agreed to grant him a wish and he wished for some jello, at the time the babysitter was taking a bath so the fairies changed all the water in the tube to jello encasing her naked body, they then added whipped cream through a shower head leaving her nude a Covered In Gunge perfect for somebody with a WAM fetish. Latter in the same short they had a giant baby fall on her added another fetish to it. I only saw it once before my cable was cut off, does anybody know the name of the short?
  • How to Train Your Dragon. Hiccup is a first-class useful geek, carefully researching and observing dragons, and designing tools to fit his needs. However, this troper had never been aware of an amputation kink in herself before, which startled her when she suddenly became a lot more... interested in Hiccup during the epilogue. It helped that Hiccup seemed to be okay with it, too.
  • Ruff and Tuff do a pretty good job of pandering to this troper's interest in twins and strong side characters. And heck, dragons kind of qualify for their own fetish category anyway, so no doubt the clever design creations and focus on the creatures definitely caught someone's interest.
  • Riff-Raff's girlfriend Cleo from Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats. She has a very shapely human like figure, wearing only legwarmers.
    • Even non-furries look at Cleo in motion and wonder how they got away with that in a kids cartoon.
  • From The Backyardigans: Austin licking the spoon in Samurai Pie
  • The scene in Batman: The Brave and The Bold where Bats leaves some not-so-subtle hints to Catwoman that he's into BDSM ("Not if I collar you first", with a smile, lassoing her close to him with her own Cat O' Nine-Tails, offering to "rehabilitate" her...) was just the icing on the cake for this troper (if the tall, dark, damaged, cape-and-boot-wearing, deep voice/sexy singing voice thing wasn't enough).
    • In the first episode, there's a scene wherein the main villain blows Blue Beetle/Jaime's armor off, leaving him wearing nothing but a pair of boxers. And if that weren't enough, it's followed by a scene of Jaime bound up, splashed with water, and more or less tortured by said villain for the scarab on his back.
    • An no one mentions Music Meister - why? The incredible singing voice of Neil Patrick Harris combined with, oh, I don't know, the ability to hypnotize people with his singing? Mind control and body control, since he can make you sing and dance without you even realizing it. Hot damn.
    • The Birds of Prey song. To quote the video's description: "Oh and my god the singing is amazing. Grey Delisle+Tara Strong+Nika Futterman=My ears came."
    • This cartoon's version of Plastic Man . Crap, I have got it BIG for this man. Goofy, funny, the most amusing and versatile visual acting out of the whole bunch, cute hairdo, the only attractive male on this show without a Lantern Jaw of Justice, powers which give enormous possibilities [cough] and has got Tom Kenny's voice. Ah, what am I bragging on about - observe!
  • Wakfu: Say it with me people: Dem Hips~
    • And barefooted princess Amalia provides plenty of Foot Focus.
  • The Hey Arnold! episode "Rhonda Gets Glasses", which is Exactly What It Says On The Tin. Especially the end of the episode, where she switches out her "geeky" square glasses for a curvy new pair.
    • I can't be the only one that finds Helga oddly attractive when she is dressed up, I mean maybe it is the hair being fixed up or the change in clothes, but I something about her like that makes her less tomboyish and lets that feminine appeal shine out somewhat.
  • ... has Candle Jack been mentioned yet? You know where I'm going with this, don't y
  • The Legend of Zelda cartoon had a scene where Zelda was webbed up from head to toe by Tektikes and nearly dragged away. I felt funny watching that, and I'm not even into bondage!
  • In a recent episode of The Boondocks, Ed Wuncler tries to blackmail Huey Freeman into playing kickball by threatening to reveal a photo-shopped picture of him wearing "Kanye West nuthugger jeans and Louis Vuitton driving shoes." Yeah, Huey's ten and the picture's obviously fake, but it's kind of hot.
  • An episode of Captain N ("I Wish I Was a Wombatman") has Wombatman's [1] girlfriend tied up in a cage by Motherbrain to blackmail Wombatman into killing the N-Team. Most of the shots of her are of her struggling, yelling, and screaming for help. Not to mention she's wearing black high heels, & a black dress.
  • Surprised no one beat me to it, but SWAT Kats. Callie Brigs and her anthropomorphic ilk undoubtedlly spawned a whole generation of furries. Not to mention the numerous times she gets captured and bound in the series.
  • Just Say Julie Bruin!
    • Never mind her—Meet Minerva Mink! That's actually the toned-down, de-sexualized version of her. One can only imagine the original character design. Rrowr.
    • Whatever. They're both hot.
      • Not furry specifically, but this troper just KNOWS that "Fuddonna" was arousing to someone...
      • Congratulations, you've just met them. I find Elmer ridiculously adorable-sexy anyway, but his super rare crossdressing moments are positively squee worthy. I preferred his green dress in "The Big Snooze" though, without the wig. Also, there were a Tiny Toons short or two where he was cloned or there was a big room full of him for a gag. Cue me melting with joy. Invasion of the Fudd Pods? I'm there!
    • And I jizz. In. My. Pants. Minks not doing it for me but by god... Julie Bruin...
  • Fifi La Fume from Tiny Toon Adventures is probably the show's most popular character among furries.
    • I can't be the only one who envied the characters she'd knock out with her musk. And that Scentanna outfit!
      • Tammy and Foxglove are popular enough that The Acorn Cafe has icons for them (along with the rest of the Rangers), inserted into posts with code along the lines of ":foxglove-sad:".
  • For older Furry Fans there was Josie and the Pussycats, and Lt. M'Ress from the animated version of Star Trek.
  • Speaking of Animated Trek, an episode had Love Potion in the air ducts, infecting the entire ship!
  • And for the anthroid (furry android) fetishists out there, who can forget Ravage's makeover as a humanoid, Russian, evil James Bond-type in Transformers: Beast Wars ?
  • And of course, there's the furry trifecta of macho Ho Yay goodness: Swat Kats, Road Rovers, and Biker Mice from Mars.
    • Especially one episode of Biker Mice from Mars with Charley where she dresses as the "Masked motorcyclist". Vinnie seems to have a thing for her.
    • Also, Turmoil from Swat Kats with her icy demeanor, her military might (and uniform), and a dashing Commissar Cap.
    • Don't forget the triad of Lt. Felina, Dr. Sinian and — especially — Callie.
  • And The Secret of NIMH with gallant Justin, a rat as handsome and dashing as can be and still be recognizable.
    • No love for Mrs. Brisby? A mother who risks her life for her family, and looks damn cute in a red cape.
  • Ursa of the Barbics in Gummi Bears. Imagine a burly female Gummi Bear with flowing red hair, obviously muscled and a roughly human like figure that softly hints at an impressive cleavage (as far as this series could allow) under a sexy tunic that is bare on one shoulder to almost to the middle of the chest.
    • I'd rather not.
      • More for me!
  • Then there's Bianca of The Rescuers, and, for the Estrogen Brigade, Jake (in the sequel).
    • Bianca, Bernard, Mrs. Brisby. I can't go into anymore detail without going NSFW, save that it's a very popular triple pairing.
  • There's also the cult classic Animalympics, which is exactly what it says on the tin. It features several attractive Olympic extremely Anthro Furries, including the lady-hawk fencer Contessa (who does a very Flynn-like heroic entrance), the insanely flexible mink gymnast Tatiana Tushenko, the former ski champion horse Bjorn Freebord, the cleavage-revealing spaniel commentator Brenda Springer, surfer-boy otter Dean Wilson, and let's not forget the on-track rivalry between shapely lioness Kit Mambo and ruggedly debonair goat Renee Fromage that blossoms into romance...
    • This troper finds the magazine in the video above extremely amusing in its suggestiveness; Popular Mammal: The Who's Zoo Magazine.
      • Tatiana may very well be the reason this troper is furry. Aforementioned insane flexibility, sexy Russian accent, Hartman Hips, gorgeous eyes... Is the lineup for the bunk particularly long at the moment?
    • Kit Mambo moves when she runs. Some parts of her... move in different directions...
  • This editor just saw Treasure Planet and can't believe that Captain Amelia has not appeared yet. A tall, slinky, shapely Cat Girl with a cool and commanding manner dressed in a tight swashbuckling uniform complete with high-heeled boots that go all the way to her crotch. She's almost a Lampshade.
    • That movie is the only time outside of Lackadaisy this troper has ever had a furry thought, not only for Amelia, but for Doppler. A doctor voiced by David Hyde-Pierce who dresses in 19th century style clothes? More please.
  • Feet fetishers might love The Backyardigans. Except Tasha, since she wears shoes. Also, all the good (and fanservicey) outfits they wear in some episodes, mostly Tyrone and Austin.
    • Eeew No! They are not Fetish Fuel at all! Like creepy alien toddlers.
      • My friend you would be VERY surprised.
  • Jenny from Bucky O Hare and the Toad Wars.
    • Also her entire race composes of psychic all female catgirls.
  • Stupid Sexy Chanticleer.
    • Peepers' lisp, glasses and giant butt.
    • Snipes... A claustrophobic woodpecker with the voice of mandark.
  • Johnny Bravo had an episode where Johnny went out with a chick who happened to be a werewolf. A very foxy werewolf. Which made This Troper a furry, to his mild chagrin.
    • Another episode has Johnny visiting a hospital run by a Captain Ersatz Dr. Moreau, with a literally foxy nurse at the front desk
    • Biiiig nerdy attraction to Carl, I must say.
    • ANY episode will feature a girl that caters to anybody's fetish. I remember an episode where Johnny accidentally time travels to Ancient Rome, and in one scene we see Ceasar's ridiculously hot wife with really long legs.
  • El Arca. Watch the latter half of this trailer and you'll know what I mean.
  • Your Mileage May Vary, but from the otherwise forgettable Bartok the Magnificent, Ludmila turning into a dragon.
    • Piloff, from the same movie, manages to melt my heart from her sheer optimism.
      • I'm sure her stretchiness appeals to certain groups.
  • This◊ definitely constitutes as suggestive for this troper.
  • Around the World with Willy Fog has Princess Romy. Imagine a graceful female panther furry tastefully dressed in a beautiful sari; when she proposes to Fog in the final episode, you don't see him hemming and hawing on whether to say "Yes!".
    • This troper knows she's not alone with her undying crush for Rigodon/Passepartout.
  • In Madagascar and The Penguins of Madagascar we have Mort, who is a small cute lemur who has a huge foot fetish. Seriously. There was even an episode dedicated to the title penguins trying to cure him of it, although unsuccessfully.
    • Not to mention King Julian in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. "Which of you is attracted to me?" Raise your hand, y'all.
      • -raises hand-
    • For this troper, Marlene. Pretty eyes, awfully nice body for an otter, the token sarcasm factory and voice of reason, rather strong affinity for candy, and a voice provided by Nicole "Shego" Sullivan. Yes please.
  • The Woobie Fluffles from A Matter of Loaf and Death (from the team that made Wallace and Gromit). This Troper became a furry all over again when he saw that. Dammit.
  • "Aww man, Lily Bovine's so hot -- NO! No, she's not hot, she's a cow!"
  • How did we get this far without mentioning Master Tigress? An Action Girl with very little patience, born with near-terrifying levels of Super Strength, hiding a somewhat softer side, and voiced by Angelina Jolie—you just know that's got particular viewers turned on, this troper being one of those viewers. Even non-furries have been known to admit they find Tigress sexy. And the irony of this? Some say she was purposely designed in a way that wasn't meant to be found sexy, hence the inclusion of a perfectly flat chest and massive forearms.
    • She would have been even sexier if the filmmakers had used an earlier design as seen in the Art Of book, where she was substantially more feminine, with noticeable breasts, thinner arms, and a more narrow face.
  • Come on! No love for Sawyer from Cats Dont Dance? God, those HIPS.
    • It certainly doesn't help that, for this troper at least, her singing voice reminds him of Etta James. Meeoww.
  • Babs Bunny is not only popular with those who like funny gals; her "Don't I have the cutest toes?" routine must perk up the foot fetishists, plus there's even fans of her occasional melting habit! There's also that one episode where she walks around in an open robe...
    • Or the episode where Shirley The Loon undresses completely.
  • As far as CGI babes go, let's not forget Stella and Heather from Over The Hedge, Rita Malone from Flushed Away and Scratte from Ice Age 3.
  • Oh my goodness... A full page, and Cheetara from Thunder Cats has not been mentioned? That was the first naked woman most children growing up in the 80's ever saw! And on daytime TV, no less!
  • Red Hot Riding Hood (and any of the Wolfy shorts from Tex Avery) probably constitute as this, and also kickstarted [2]'s redhead preference.
  • Krypto The Superdog has Mammoth Mutt, a pink female chihuahua who can inflate or fatten herself to gigantic sizes at will.
  • As a combination of this and Grandma What Massive Hotness You Have, Slappy Squirrel is considered sexy by some people.
  • Rita and Georgette from Oliver & Company have a small following.
    • How about Roscoe and De Soto? I can't be the only one who liked their smooth-talking, arrogant, dangerous demeanor. And the fact that, as Dobermans, they have natural badassery.
  • April O'Neil and her animal transformations.
  • Sasha and her little dance scene in All Dogs Go To Heaven 2. Need I say more?
    • Don't forget angel dog Anabelle and her devil dog Evil Twin Belladonna.
  • This troper's favorite episode of Courage The Cowardly Dog has always been "Freaky Fred" (viewable here). Then she grew up, realized she had a shaving fetish, and understood exactly why she liked that episode, and simultaneously why it disturbed her so much. Fetish fuel abound, and being enjoyed a little too much by a character sharing that fetish? Oh yes.
    • Katz also qualifies as this for this troper as he's handsome, has a stunning voice, can play sports before killing...well, you get the idea.
  • The Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan, surprisingly enough:
    • Stanley is quite attractive on his own, but when you bring in his Master Of Disguise tendencies and some of the outfits he's come up with...not to mention he's crossdressed more than once and doesn't seem to have a problem acting like a lady when the situation calls for it.
    • Anne and Suzie spend all of episode 3 in their bikinis.
    • Henry's pants are tight enough to give us many, many crotch shots.
    • Tom's glasses and Alan's groovy tinted shades.
  • What A Cartoon Show short, Mina And The Count, gave this troper a hypnotism/mind control/manipulation fetish at the age of four. Doesn't help that the first and only short of this mini series she ever saw featured Mark Hamill doing a sexy, exotic voice. Watch especially for his line at 1:21.
  • Hero 108's Mystique Sonia is several fetishes crammed into one, from her pale white skin to her high-pitched girly squeal of delight to her huge tongue.
  • This troper already mentioned this in the Film Fetish Fuel page, but I'll mention it again: Jack Skellington is pretty damn sexy for a dead dude, and a skeletal one at that. Is it the lovely, slightly reedy singing voice, courtesy of Danny Elfman? Is it the slightly deeper, more innocent speaking voice, courtesy of Chris Sarandon? Is it the fact that when he goes to face Oogie Boogie, he shows up like he's trying to seduce him? Is it the bubbly enthusiasm Jack shows throughout the film? Is it his charm? Is it the fact that with Sally (who's pretty hot as well) being able to pull herself apart, there's loads of Power Perversion Potential for bedroom activities? No. It's all of these things. What with Emily also being freaking hot for a dead person, this troper is seriously wondering if Tim Burton is trying to get people into necrophilia...
    • No kiddin'! Emily is a gorgeous zombie girl I wouldn't mind marrying.
  • There's also the Mouse King from The Nutcracker Prince that deserves this. The way he gave out a smuggish sly grin when he was planning to get the Nutcracker by giving Clara two choices and the way he grinned is enough to throw this troper into a mouse fetish like this one.
  • Sybella Dracula, from "Scooby Doo and the Ghoul School" may be just a pre-teen, but darned if she ain't going to fill out just nicely. Purple skin/hair, sexy voice, and a vampire, to boot; this troper remembers having a huge crush on her when he was younger.
    • This troper was always more partial to Phantasma the ghost girl. Her white and blue color scheme, her delightful cackle, and her floaty personality.
    • This troper is VERY surprised that there is very little mention of Scooby Doo in general. Velma Dinkley started more than one generation of nerd and glasses fetishists, not to mention Daphne being a redhead who always gets herself kidnapped. Plus they are both jailbait in most of their incarnations. With Ghoul School, Louisiana Catwomen, the Hex Girls, Tim Curry, and as of the latest series Fred's obsession with Traps, it's baffling Scooby Doo doesn't have it's own Fetish Fuel page.
  • The planned but sadly canned show HOOD had Loona, with the power to inflate her body like a balloon.
  • The film Alpha And Omega most certainly qualifies. There is one deleted scene from the film with subtle suggestions of sexual arousal. Humphrey (seriously, Humphrey?) sings to Kate and her fur stands on end, with a closeup and all, indicating she's turned on by his voice. Following, Humphrey does a litle dance which reveals a questionable bulge in his groin area, which fans have debated was either part of the animation model framework which had not been edited properly, or intentionally left there. You be the judge.
  • Being exposed to Looney Tunes and, therefore, the genius of Mel Blanc early on in life, this troper has had time to develop hir Man Of A Thousand Voices kink and notice it in various shows.
  • If you're having an uniform fetish C.O.P.S. is definitely for you. I mean, just look at them: big, muscular men in tight uniforms - especially those pants! Jeezus!
  • Roxanne Ritchi from Megamind has got to be THE Dreamworks answer to Fetish Fuel. She has a pixie haircut, can make anything she wears look sexy, ridiculously huge hips even by Hartman's standards, spends one scene in the rain and is voiced by Tina Fey (Deadpan Snark compulsory). That's to say nothing of the kidnap scenes, she's been sprayed with knockout gas, tied to a chair, had a bag over her head, suspended over crocodiles, had whiring blade and flamethrowers dangerously close to her head... Will I ever know innocence again, no I won't.
  • Don't kill me for this, but...Darkheart from Care Bears. Just his human form, mind you. I know, I know, it's sick and wrong, but that voice, coupled with the fact that in the sequel to the movie, he always seems to appear in some sort of seductive pose...good god, what the hell is wrong with me?
  • Albert the Fifth Musketeer has Milady, Cardinal de Richelieu's evil sexy spy. This troper really enjoyed, as a kid, seeing her wearing all kind of full-body costumes, including a deer or a statue (yes, he's got a thing for women in full-body disguises). A couple of episodes show her wearing a skintight dark grey catsuit (though with ears more like mice) that show her beautiful body, even the shape of her toes. But his personal favorite was the episode where she wore a lobster costume. It's better than it sounds . Her upper body has the red shell, antennae, claws and all, but her lower body is only concealed by flesh-colored tights. From this part, it looks as if she is only half-dressed! Talk about getting crap past the radar! (he is still surprised the censors did nothing about it) Great if you have tights/pantyhose fetish!
  • More pantyhose/tights fetish? This troper loves Foot Focus on women wearing tights/pantyhose while in stocking feet. It has a very special flavor when it is animated/drawn! In the French animated series Les Belles Histoires de Pomme d'Api (directly based on a children-story magazine), there is an episode called "L'Horrible Mac Crucroc" where parents leave their children at home for the night but a killer robot appears from the TV to chase a bear cub (yeah... makes as much sense in context). Who cares about the robot or bear, this troper has watched the episode again and again just to get to the end where the parents are shown going back home, shoes off and being silent. Great shot on the mother's (Redhead Hot Mom, btw) feet and legs, clad in opaque grey tights, as she is delicately tiptoeing. Hmmm...
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has a huge range of fetishes for all of its fans. Horses, magic, sugar, rainbows, Les Yay, mythical creatures, slavery, bookworms, fashion/fancy costumes, southern personalities, shyness, food/eating, much focusing on the pony's rear halves...you name it.
    • Not to mention Princess Celestia's voice, which this troper thinks is hot as hell! Also, everypony seems to be gay for her hooves.
    • Seconded.  Actually there is something about the way the Princess is drawn; well, to me, the main characters seem mostly to be drawn in a way that, at least to me, makes me think of the prepubescent girls who are the show's main intended audience.  By contrast the Princess, tall, slender, graceful, is alllllllll woman, and Nicole Oliver's voice acting doesn't hurt either.  I don't understand it fully myself.  How can a character that's not even bipedal be so charismatic and attracitive?  Rowr.  I believe the technical term I'm looking for is "whyboner."  Lauren Faust, y u do dis?
    • Since the start of the show, this troper has developed a thing for hooves (including the sounds they make on hard surfaces), pegasus wings, and pony's flanks. Also, their tongues seem to be delightfully long and flexible...
    • This Troper would just love to fondle Crackle's sexy ass...
    • This Troper is infatuated with Tom...
    • Rarity. And that's just in pony form. Humanized...
  • Beverly Hills Teens Larke who is a hot teen model and her friends drive around a Pimped Out Car that has its own swimming pool. And one the very first episode we get to see all of the grils in swimsuits.
  • Galaxy Rangers has plenty... let's for now name Killbane. Between the hair, scar, and lack of a shirt, surprisingly squiggly.
  • ...This troper couldn't be the only person who thought [Young!Once-ler] was kind of hot, right?
  • Scaredy Squirrel... He's an adorkable, germaphobic, optimistic, hyperactive Canadian, red squirrel. Need I say more?
  • Why has Young Justice not been brought up yet? Several of the boys have shirtless scenes and Artemis's costume includes a crop top.
    • Also, Robin's crazy laugh. Is it wrong for me to think it's hot..?
    • How about Robin's cockiness all together? And they all pretty much walk around in skin tight outfits which is hot to begin with. The shirtless scenes are just extra fan service.
  • First of all, I'm pretty sure the animated series of Disney's Aladdin needs its own page. Come on, furries, admit it...Mirage. Just Mirage. BUT. That's not why this troper is here. This troper is here...
    • ...because she has a non-fetish thing for badasses with super self-confidence and a fetish for cute guys who end up in perilous (but nonfatal) situations. Usually these categories are mutually exclusive. Then...Mozenrath. Good gods. This troper could happily tally every time he's been pinned under rubble, hiding in a corner, or cowering on the floor during Book of Khartoum, which is delicious after all those monologues about being all-powerful and taking over something just because it's there...and this troper also wasn't into bondage until the end of "The Hunted." I kid you not, they put Mozenrath in bondage. I KID YOU NOT.
    • Due to my snake and transformation fondness (which was one of the reasons why I also enjoyed Conan the Adventurer ), I loved the chapter in which Jasmine gets turned into a nagini... and then Aladdin wants to turn into a naga as well to share the curse).
  • Kitty Katswell from T.U.F.F. Puppy. Cat Girl, Spy Cat Suit, and Grey DeLisle's purring is pure Audio Erotica. Also, her Chew Toy status makes her popular with humiliation and/or torture fetishists.
  • Agent Elle in Men in Black: The Series. She has a sensually husky voice and wears a short skirt, showing off her nice legs.
  • Tahno in The Legend Of Korra. He's probably the sexiest character to ever be shown in a children's cartoon. "You know, if you wanna learn how a real pro bends I could give you some private lessons."
  • Korra from, well, The Legend of Korra. She's tall, fit and muscular, with dark skin and very large breasts perpetually clad in a tight blue top. In one scene, she is seen in an evening gown, and seemingly not wearing the sarashi bindings she would normally wear in her martial arts outfit, resulting in her breasts being even larger looking than usual, with the gown also revealing she has a clear hourglass figure. Combined with her strong and dominant personality and fighting style, she is a whole bundle of fetish fuelling tropes in one.
  • Amon's voice. Yes, it's supposed to be creepy but for some it's quite sexy.
  • This troper seems relatively embarassed by this, due to the nature of the show, but happens to be sexually attracted to Birch Small from My Life Me. Yes. My Life Me. The show may have been utter crap, but her black torn clothes, her shoes, her blue shorts that went over her pants, and most of all, her violet hair. A shame her voice was annoying, but the French version, Everything's Sexier in French indeed.
  • Panini from Chowder is more or less Ugly Cute as a child, but as a grown-up in the last episode, she's not half-bad looking.
  • Many visual gag based classic cartoons that have visible recurring villains can tie into fetishes related to humiliation, deception, dominance or magic/world control (some uncommon but they happen). Bimbo's Initiation, Lonesome Ghosts, and Presto Change-O are old style examples.
  • This troper recently discovered Hoppopotamus from Disney's Wuzzles , and I just love her.  She's fat and cute.  Here's a gif of her and her fatness

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki