Mascot

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Wenlock and Mandeville, the mascots of the 2012 Olympic Games

A mascot is any person, animal, or object thought to bring luck, or used to symbolize a group. Many schools and sports teams have a mascot, and so do some corporations or products. For example, the mascot of the Sacramento Kings is a lion, and the mascot of Geico is a gecko.

Mascots:

  • Disney (created character: Mickey Mouse)
  • Warner Bros. (created character: Bugs Bunny)
  • 20th Century Fox (created character: Lucy the Mouse)
  • Nintendo (created character: Mario)
  • Sega (created character: Sonic)
  • Namco (created character: Pac-Man)
  • Capcom (created character: Megaman)
  • McDonald's (created character: Ronald McDonald)
  • Burger King (created character: The Burger King)
  • Jim Henson (created character: Kermit the Frog)
  • Marvel Comics (created characters: Spider-Man, Hulk and Wolverine)
  • DC Comics (created characters: Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman)
  • Pixar (created characters: Woody and Buzz Lightyear)
  • DreamWorks (created character: Shrek)
  • Paramount Pictures (created character: SpongeBob) or (created character: Popeye)
  • Universal Studios (created character: Woody Woodpecker)
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (created studio: The Wizard of Oz)
  • Lucasfilm (created character: Darth Vader)
  • NHK (created character: Domo)
  • Nickelodeon (created character: SpongeBob)
  • BBC (created character: Teletubbies) (Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po)
  • Sanrio (created character: Hello Kitty)

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