Yes, we all grew up with watching this series, didn’t we? Whether it is the animated series or the movies, Winnie the Pooh has captured our hearts as we’re immersed into the world of the hundred acre forest where we see how these anthropomorphic animals engage themselves in some amazing adventures together. Based on book written by the British author A. A. Milne and illustrated into very colourful adaptations of the book by Ernest H. Shepard, it revolves around the teddy bear Pooh and his friends. The beauty of Winnie the Pooh is that it appeals to everyone and not only just kids. The viewers/readers are struck by its absolute sweetness and innocence, filled with smart humour followed by some clever rhymes and the diversity of these characters who are so different from one another but are lovable. It pays an ode to our childhood and friendship which is very poignant for the adults and has brought joy to all children for almost half a century. Although the lines and vocabulary are more suited for adults, it works exceedingly well for both.
Also, the cool thing about this series is that it displays various mental illnesses and such behavioural traits suffered by many of its characters, something that a lot of kid animated TV shows/books don’t really label it explicitly. Whether it’s the characters that you fall in love with or its amazing animated illustrations by Disney, Winnie the Pooh is truly a work of art and a classic which will always be relevant for ages. With Disney’s live-action adaptation of the book/animated TV series ‘Christopher Robin’ (2018) hitting cinemas now, now is indeed the best time to talk about its amazing characters. Here is the list of best Winnie the Pooh characters. You will also find Winnie the Pooh character disorders. If you are looking for Winnie the Pooh character meanings or costumers, read on, you won’t be disappointed. Also tell us, which Winnie the Pooh character are you?
A Heffalump, Lumpy is one of the side characters of this series. Pooh and his pals find out that heffalumps are not predators. Rather, heffalumps are herbivores so they are not at all dangerous. His looks are quite distinctive with purple nails, pink ears, five purple tufts of hair on his forehead and a purple bushy tail. Lumpy is an adorable, playful elephant who loves to bounce, doles on honey (just like Pooh) and chickens out quite easily. He develops a friendly relationship with Roo, as seen in the picture above.