On March 3, Daria turns The MTV cartoon, which ran from to , became a cult classic thanks to its sharply drawn protagonist, a cynical teenager named Daria Morgendorffer who rarely changes her facial expression while commenting —as sardonically as she does intelligently —on the world around her. In celebration of Daria's birthday , TIME looks back at the funniest, bravest and realest women and girls drawn into existence on TV cartoons. Aside from her oversized round glasses, Daria Morgendorffer is best remembered for maintaining her hilariously cynical observations while dealing with challenging social situations and her everyday life in high school.
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A group of teenage girls spend the night in an old house. On the night of their arrival, a strange man arrives at the house, delivering an old book. Once he is gone, the girls examine the book, where they find a sketch of a cartoon monster. As time passes, the drawing emerges from the book and becomes a living cartoon who possesses one of the girls after raping her.
She is depicted as Roger's human toon wife in various Roger Rabbit media. Jessica is renowned as one of the most well-known sex symbols in animation. Author Gary K. Taylor would go on to provide the voice in test footage from