As I'm sure most of you know, I'm not into the really popular characters. For those of you who don't know me very well, hardly any on this list are the popular and classic "prince" or "knight in shining armour". Also I've always been a bigger fan of the heroes than heroines. Becuese of that it was kinda tricky to narrow down my list to ten. Hope you enjoy it.
10. Li Shang (Mulan & Mulan II)
Shang is third favorite Disney Prince. I've always admired his bravery. Also, I like how underneth his tough shell he genuinely cares for his men.
9. Garett (Quest for Camalot)
Quest for Camalot maybe my favorite nonDisney animated movie. And Garett is one favorite characters from it. I've always admired the fact that even though he's blind he's still very self efficient, and doesn't allow his disability get in way of getting what he wants.
8. Aladdin (Aladdin, The Return of Jafar, & Aladdin and the King of Thieves)
Aladdin is my second favorite Disney Prince. I like watching him go from rags to riches, almost like a male version of Cinderella. I also think he's likely the smartest Prince.
7. Beast ( Beauty and the Beast, Beauty and the Beast: the Enchanted Christmas, & Belle's Magical World)
Beast has always been my favorite Disney Prince. I love watching his personality change from a spoiled prince, to someone with a loving caring a shy personality.
6. Quaismodo ( The Hunchback of Notre Dame, & The Hunchback of Notre Dame II)
I love how despite how badly Quaismodo was treated he is still willing to be a hero. And I love watching him go from a outcast to finding his place.
5. Hercules ( Hercules)
I always loved how Hercules was a "misfit", that used his awkwardness to become famous and a hero. And, yet through it all he stayed very humble.
4. Fix-It-Felix (Wreck-It-Ralph)
Hands down the funniest, in my opinion. I love how brave and heroic he is despite his small size. And, I also like how he learns to appreciate Ralph.
3. Leonardo ( TMNT)
I've been a huge Ninja Turtles fan my whole life. Leo was always my favorite turtle. I like him becuese he's very much a modern teen, yet, he's still manages to be very responsible and a good leader.
2. Goofy Goof ( A Goofy Movie, An Extremely Goofy Movie, ect.)
I've always thought it was interesting how Goofy is sometimes shown as a very "one-dimensional" comedy character. But other times he's shown as very complex father figure. When he's shown as a father figure he's by far one of favorite heroes. He's very loving, very heroic, and very complex.
1. Scrooge McDuck (Ducktales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp)
Uncle Scrooge is my all time favorite hero. Yes, I know he's not what most people think of when they think of animated heros. And I know he has his flaws; most notebly his love of money. But to me that's part of his charm, that fact that he's able to over come his love of money, for his family just makes him more endearing.