How do you describe a person with their glasses? Geeky, nerdy, the brainy one, and of course, the clever cat. Did I miss out on anything? While we have a profound love for our favorite female cartoon characters, have you ever thought about the number of characters donning the glasses? Ok, let’s streamline and talk about the various female cartoon characters with glasses. How many can you recall at an instance? Velma, Gretchen, Meg, who else?
Honestly, we were much engrossed by the light-colored skin, the perfect hairdo, and these characters’ antics. The glasses were an extra enhancement that made them love more, what say? I felt the characters look much cute and smart with their glasses on. Did nostalgia hit hard? Then let’s take a quick trip down memory lane. Get glued to the section below and have a hearty read about the female cartoon characters with glasses.
Are you excited already? You are welcome.
Top 10 Female Cartoon Characters with Glasses
Big nerdy glasses, unkempt blonde hair, and a bright smile on the face- is that how you also remember Samantha ‘Sam’ Sparks? Popularly called Sam, she made an appearance as a young weather intern who aspired to become a weather reporter, in the cartoon series Cloudy with a chance of meatballs. Sam is possessed by a host of qualities like friendly natured, optimistic, warm-hearted, brave, fun-loving, and outspoken. Honestly, she is a brainy girl, but sometimes can be insecure as well.
Connie Maheswaran is one of the major characters from Steven Universe. Connie is a twelve-year-old Indian girl, Steven Universe’s best-friend-turned girlfriend, and a member of the Crystal Gems. Connie’s first encounter with Steven occurred after he had trapped them in his bubble, and afterward, she started learning more about him, the Gems, and their past. Large eyes, dark skin, and the sword that she carries make her stand out in the crowd. Did you watch out for this one from the list of female cartoon characters with glasses?
Daria Morgendorffer was a fictional character from the MTV animated series Beavis and Butt-Head. However, she later featured in its spin-off show, Daria. Daria’s character became quite a famous one and was ranked 41 on the list of the Top 50 Greatest Cartoon Characters of All Time by TV Guide, for her role in both of these shows. Daria is a smart, intelligent, and misanthropic teenage girl. She is not the quintessential pretty damsel. Rather, she is intellectual, unfashionably dressed, pessimistic, cynical, and sarcastic, who is portrayed as the icon of sanity in an insane household.
This particular name from the list of female cartoon characters with glasses needs no introduction. Geeky Velma and her intelligence from the Scooby-Doo series are much adored, just like the show’s ghosts, who eventually turn good. The orange attire, geeky glasses, short red hair, along with the immense knowledge emitted on any given topic, are the qualities that make Velma so lovable. Sometimes, she can go over the top; however, she is the smartest of them all, so no way we can leave her behind.
Yes, we are talking about the sophisticated Margo Gru from Despicable Me. The girl with dark red hair and a ponytail on it, with nerdy specs, Margo was eleven years old, and the eldest of the three girls that Gru adopted. Before she got adopted, she had a horrible life controlled by Miss Hattie. All that she wished for was to be adopted by someone who would love and care for them. Margo is a sensitive and straightforward person who takes time to open up in front of people and is apprehensive about trusting people in the first instance.
Linda Gunderson-Monteiro, or to be precise Linda is one of the major characters from Rio. Linda is the owner and Blu’s best friend from Moose Lake, Minnesota. Also, this name from the list of female cartoon characters with glasses is the owner of Blu Macaw Books, the bookstore one floor above her home. Fair-skinned, red-haired, and big specs- Linda is known for her famous quotes like ‘Cheese and sprinkles!’.
Edna ‘E’ Mode is the ultimate combination of eccentricity mixed with creativity. Edna was a fictional character from the movie The Incredibles. She was a terrifically mad designer and gained much prominence after designing clothes for several superheroes. Edna also shared a special bond with Mr. Incredible. Edna’s character was created mostly to convince the audience that superheroes are created from the humans itself. So, there is a need to design costumes.
A red cap paired with a red sweater, short hair, and big black dresses is the features that describe the next name in the list of female cartoon characters with glasses. Megan or Meg Griffin is a fictional character from the animated television series Family Guy. Meg is the eldest born of Peter and Lois Griffin, and the oldest sibling of Stewie and Chris. Interestingly, Meg is the family’s scapegoat who receives the least of their attention but always bears the brunt of their abuse.
Honey Lemon: Big Hero 6
Honey Lemon is a superhero possessed by the human characters. Being one of the Big Hero 6, Honey Lemon is bubbly, eternally optimistic, and outspoken. She is a self-proclaimed ‘Chemistry whiz’, and is a good lighter for her people. Not a moment of her is dull or boring, and that’s the best part about her character.
One of the main characters from the group of six in Recess, slender, pig-tailed, large-teethed, and specked Gretchen is my personal favorite. She is intelligent, smart, friendly, sweet, and comes up with the coolest ideas when the gang faces any trouble. She loves her friends from the group, as much as we do her.
That seals the deal for female cartoon characters with glasses. Who is your favorite from the list? Also, all the characters above depict the fact that being nerdy is cool. Or, to be put differently, specks are sexy. The real world might sometimes be harsh to the people with specks, calling them different names like nerdy, weird, geeky, etc. However, men/women look extremely intelligent and smart with their glasses on. Also, now that we have weaved nostalgia with the geeky look, things won’t be that bad, what say? So, put your glasses on, tune into your favorite cartoon show, and forget what the world says.