Cow and Chicken
As unusual as it may sound, Cow and Chicken are siblings that live with their parents, who we never see from the waists up. Cow’s alter ego is Supercow, a superhero who talks in Spanish. Cow and Chicken are often visited by the devil, or as he is called in their cartoon, The Red Guy, who never wears any pants.
Cow and Chicken full review
If you are looking for very funny cartoon characters, then Cow and Chicken are the characters you want to be seeing on your TV screen. The two characters usually have a third in the Red Guy.
Cow is not only big; she is regarded as very stupid and extremely infantile. She is also very emotional and though is the 8-year old sister to the chicken; she sometimes blackmails him especially when she needs to get something from him, as shown in some of the episodes of the cartoon series. This point to the fact that the Cow can be sometimes mischievous if need be.
The Cow weighs about six hundred pounds underlining her size. She is however somewhat talented and would usually refer to the Chicken as “Big Brother”. Even with her mischief and wits synonymous with younger sisters and babies of the family, the Cow remains a very good person that would do anything to make sure that others are on the right path and would almost always try to get her brother, the Chicken out of any trouble he puts himself in. this shows how much she loves and cares for her brother and she sometimes need the help of her alter ego to get him out of the mess he gets himself in.
The Chicken is the other of the two funny cartoon characters and as mentioned above, he is the older brother to the Cow. He is 13 years old and weighs just 4 pounds. He sometimes brings out his mean nature especially to his sister. This is in addition to his large ego that sometimes pitches his sister against him. The Chicken however has a powerful conscience that is usually visible anytime his sister needs his help to be rescued from a dangerous situation.
The Chicken has a street accent and uses sarcasm. His hobby is ice skating and one of his greatest fears is flying. As mentioned earlier, these two funny characters cannot be discussed without making mention of the Red Guy. He is the arch nemesis of the two other characters and was initially portrayed as a devil and this explains why the Chicken and Cow would rather not listen to him. He is either trying to make one or even both of them go to hell by suggesting actions that would easily drag them to hell or even try to have both characters killed, harmed, tormented, or at least, scammed.