Famously-Suspect: A Gallery Of Cartoon Characters In The Closet

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A Gallery Of Closeted Cartoon Characters

The older and wiser you get, the more you realize how transcendent your favorite cartoon characters were. At the time, you probably didn't fully GET them, but many of our faves represented certain groups of oppressed or misunderstood people who couldn't officially be "out" in a more close-minded America. Hit the jump for a gallery of beloved cartoon characters in the closet.
Scar-LionKing-main Scar, “The Lion King” Mufasa's evil brother is a beloved/hated Disney villain with a famously over-the-top flair that made him legendary.
Jafar Jafar,” Aladdin” No cartoon villain has better eyebrows than this wicked, conniving and fabulous sorcerer. He was flawless.
WinniePiglet Piglet & Winnie the Pooh, “Winnie The Pooh” Winnie the Pooh never wore pants and was always with (or looking for) his best friend, Piglet (or honey). The signs were there.
powderedtoastman Powdered Toast Man, “Ren & Stimpy” There was always something different about this heroic nincompoop who flew backwards and told people he saved to "cling tenaciously" to his...well, you see the picture.
Vanity_2 Vanity, “The Smurfs” We all knew. It was the flower. And mirror.
captainhook Captain Hook, “Peter Pan” Peter Pan's obsessive arch nemesis always seemed more interested in caressing the beloved hero with his hook than feeding him to that clingy crocodile.
robin Robin, “Batman & Robin” Batman's trusty side kick either rocked tights or no pants at all. Hmmm.
Spongebob SpongeBob SquarePants, “SpongeBob SquarePants” If you're silly enough to watch this wildly-silly show, you know that SpongeBob is...well....he's yea. But in a lovable, hilarious way.
Genie Genie, “Aladdin” Scar may be the most over-the-top Disney villain but Genie is easily the most over-the-top Disney character ever.
captainplanet Captain Planet, “Captain Planet” No one made a more dramatic (and glittery) entrance than the weather-bending hero and his mullet who represented something bigger than environmentalism.
HeMan He-Man, “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” Everyone loved He-Man who, if you really think about it, wasn't your usual larger-than-life defender of the universe. Maybe it's the iconic bowl cut and bang.
AceAndGary Ace & Gary, “TAGD” That inside joke that's not really an inside joke because everyone's in on it? Yea, Ace & Gary.
Roger-American Dad Roger, “American Dad” The lovable Alien is naked or dressed in drag 90% of time. We'd say it's obvious. Tumblr/Topsy

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