The theory behind doppelgängers is pretty fascinating. The word literally means “double walker.”
In pop culture, a doppelgänger is generally described as someone who isn’t related to you and who looks nearly identical to how you look.
It’s easy to understand why doppelgängers are so compelling. Many people believe that each of us has at least one out there.
People on Twitter have taken their interest in doppelgängers to the next level, and are sharing who their animated doppelgänger is.
1. Maui from Moana
Maui is the energetic demigod from Moana. He and Moana are forced to work together to undo a curse and save the world.
— wally edge but with teeth (@AStreetprowl) June 23, 2020
2. Merida from Brave
Merida is the main character in Brave, and the film follows her adventures as she navigates growing up and inheriting the crown.
Me irl vs. animated me pic.twitter.com/Qk6zfl3NB0
— Hannah Wiederhold (@Hannah_Wied22) June 26, 2020
3. Harrow from The Dragon Prince
Harrow is the King of Katolis who is assassinated by a political rival.
Me irl vs animated me pic.twitter.com/LW1UOufdtS
— Kamau Afi (@Kamau_Afi) June 24, 2020
4. Milo James Thatch from Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Milo is the linguist who leads the expedition to the lost continent of Atlantis in the film.
Me irl v/s animated me pic.twitter.com/VxhEpPiLyx
— scotty jacobson (@_scottyjacobson) June 25, 2020
5. Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid
Most of know Prince Eric, the romantic interest in this Disney classic.
Me irl vs animated me pic.twitter.com/Z8hXuFuJtd
— LOUIS FELIPE 🧬 (@Louis_Leiva) June 25, 2020
6. The dad from Inside Out
This guy is so spot-on that it’s kind of unreal! He really does look exactly like the dad.
— BrÆydon (@Bray_erryday) June 24, 2020
7. Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians
It’s easy to see the resemblance here! Jack Frost is essentially a younger version of Old Man Winter.
— Rob ✨ (@robdcht) June 25, 2020
8. Bulma Bunny from Dragon Ball Z
If you’re unfamiliar with the show, Dragon Ball Z is about Goku, who is tasked with defending the Earth.
— Marzon 🍙 (@marz0n_x) June 26, 2020
9. Ken Kaneki from Tokyo Ghoul
Tokyo Ghoul is actually a manga series that was first serialized in a magazine in 2011.
Me IRLvs animated me ¿? pic.twitter.com/yYUsLij3ie
— Sergiolujan11 (@SrLujan11) June 27, 2020
10. Kilik Rung from Soul Eater
Soul Eater is another manga series that is definitely loved. The series is about three teams at the Death Weapon Meister Academy.
Me irl vs Animated me pic.twitter.com/P6tvK4GDUD
— Alina Gray/Wings Of The Magius! (@BmanRock14) June 25, 2020
11. Anne Boonchuy from Amphibia, Gratuity “Tip” Tucci from Home, and Missy from Big Mouth:
It’s pretty great that she has not one, not two, but three doppelgängers!
Me IRL vs Animated
The big natural hair look pic.twitter.com/ngohaQHUhl
— Lleyah F. Waller (@DoubleLFWaller) June 25, 2020
12. Holly from The Polar Express
She looks so much like Holly that you could almost believe the character was based on her!
me irl vs animated me pic.twitter.com/mo45vXBKVB
— queen quen (@quenblackwell) June 26, 2020
13. Jojo from Horton Hears a Who!:
A+, 100%. This is iconic.
Me irl vs me animated pic.twitter.com/wWwniSQ73e
— trev (@BaconWaffleCup) June 25, 2020
What do you think about all this? Pretty on point?
Let us know in the comments!