Incredibles Characters

Incredibles Characters

Incredibles Characters

A favorite part of Pixar’s children’s film, The Incredibles, is the graphics that bring all the characters to life. Check out the graphics below to see the Incredibles in action.



During the first film, she and Dash combine their powers to create the IncrediBall (named in the video game), a tactic in which Violet generates a force field around herself, and Dash uses his speed power to use the ball like a cannonball or battering ram. Her struggle with her shyness and lack of confidence constitutes a major side story in the movie; she is spurred on by Helen's encouragement that she has more power than she realizes and that she just has to believe it. In the end, Violet sheds her shyness and ends up at the confident side when her crush Tony Rydinger asks her for a date.

John Jackson "Jack-Jack" Parr (voiced by Eli Fucile and Maeve Andrews in the first film, Fucile and Nicholas Bird in the second film) is the Parrs' infant son, the youngest of the Parr children. Initially believed to be the only family member without any powers, he manifests a multitude of superhuman abilities at the end of the first film, most of which are types of shapeshifting. More powers are seen in the short film Jack-Jack Attack on the Incredibles DVD, making his powers the most versatile of the family, and according to a collectible poster included with some Incredibles toys, still more powers are undisclosed. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



Kari McKeen (voiced by Bret Parker) is a friend of the Parrs (more than likely from Violet's school) whom Violet calls upon to babysit Jack-Jack while the rest of the family are flying to save Mr. Incredible. She's taken numerous babysitting classes and feels more than adequately prepared to care for Jack-Jack in any capacity, and assures Helen Parr to that effect. She has one scene in the film, and she is heard later on Mrs. Parr's voice mail, complaining that some "very weird things" are happening, she does apparently learn all of Jack-Jack's powers as she has a defense for all of them after one day. Her eventful night with the baby (see above) is documented in the Jack-Jack Attack short included on the DVD release, ending with Rick Dicker erasing her memory of the incident.

Rick returns in Incredibles 2. He informs the Parr family that his department's Super Relocation program is being shut down, forcing supers across the world to permanently adhere to their secret identities. He then goes on to tell the family that they are on their own now and that he cannot help them any longer, althrough he manages to get them to live in a motel for two weeks after the destruction of their house in the first film, and informs them he is going into forced retirement. After Violet's classmate and crush Tony, who had recently agreed to go out on a date with Violet, witnesses Violet in her super-suit without her mask during the battle with the Underminer, Bob asks him to erase that memory in order to protect Violet's secret identity. However, Dicker accidentally erases Tony's entire memory of Violet, for which she is heartbroken. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Bob Parr (A.K.A. Mr. Incredible), and his wife Helen (A.K.A. Elastigirl), are the world's greatest famous crime-fighting superheroes in Metroville. Always saving lives and battling evil on a daily basis. But fifteen years later, they have been forced to adopt civilian identities and retreat to the suburbs where they have no choice but to retire as superheroes to live a "normal life" with their three children Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack (who were secretly born with superpowers). Itching to get back into action, Bob gets his chance when a mysterious communication summons him to a remote island for a top secret assignment. He soon discovers that it will take a super family effort to rescue the world from total destruction.

Having secretly reclaimed the mantle of Mr. Incredible, Bob is lured into a trap by Syndrome, a spurned would-be sidekick whose jealousy of heroes has turned him to a life of villainy. With assistance from her former allies in the superhero community, Helen—unaware that Violet and Dash have accompanied her—embarks on a mission to rescue Bob. Once reunited, the family defeats Syndrome, and a grateful public welcomes the return of costumed heroes. In 2005 The Incredibles won Academy Awards for best animated film and best sound editing. Most of the original cast returned for the film’s sequel Incredibles 2 (2018). Hunter’s Elastigirl took centre stage as a media-friendly hero tasked with making the world fall in love with superheroes again, while Nelson’s Mr. Incredible navigated the hazards of life as a stay-at-home father. (Source: www.britannica.com)



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