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Fan Theories Suggest These Cartoon Characters Are Secretly Related!

There is something fishy going on in the world of animation, and we’re going to find out what it is. It seems there have been a number of reported incidents that certain cartoon characters are looking suspiciously similar to other cartoon characters from different franchises. Want the proof? Here are 5 fan theories that prove these characters are either secretly related or have been ripped off!

1. Is Gumball’s Richard Watterson Peter Griffin in another universe?

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Many have noticed the similarities between Family Guy‘s Peter Griffin and Richard Watterson from The Amazing World of Gumball. Despite the fact that Gumball’s father is a pink bunny rabbit, he shares noticeable facial characteristics with Peter such as an overweight figure, high cheekbones and double-chin. On top of that, they both are regularly seen wearing a white shirt and tie, and each serve the role of the patriarchal father in their respective families. Their personalities also bear resemblance, since both have low intelligence, are incredibly lazy, and prone to childish antics. We’re not the only ones who have spotted this likeness. Many have taken to Twitter to express their theories:

https://twitter.com/Thafnine/status/488602412853506049

2. Are Snorlax and Totoro the same creature?

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3. Is Dale from Chip ‘n’ Dale the cousin of Alvin from Alvin and the Chipmunks?

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4. Is Arnold from Hey Arnold Stewie Griffin’s father?

Courtesy of newgrounds.com

https://twitter.com/sttewiiegrifinn/status/675061179111317507

One fan and Deviant Art user, z-lady, took things one step future to prove the theory and created this masterpiece entitled ‘Hey Stewie’! How brilliant is that?!

Courtesy of deviantart.net

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