Let’s Get Married
It must have been tough back then to love someone but not be able to marry them because it was illegal and frowned upon by society. We don’t know what year this picture was taken, but this picture is proof that gay pride has always been there.
Here are two men in love with each other and unafraid to state their wish to get married. We hope they did get married. It doesn’t matter if they did so in secret or among friends and family. What matters is their commitment to each other.
Here’s a picture of two women in love with each other sometime between the 1880s and the 1890s. Their pose and body language are amazing, and we can’t get over how gorgeous they look.
They both have stunning outfits, perfectly complementing each of them. With one partner sitting and the other resting a hand on her hand and the other hand on her shoulder, the picture looks beautiful.
How cute is this? Reading magazines in bed with your lover and your fur baby beside you is something not everybody will have the opportunity to enjoy. The few who get to have moments like this are indeed very lucky.
These men are two of the few lucky people who seem to be enjoying the moment. We don’t know how far back this picture was taken, but we’re glad they captured this special moment.
You can’t look at the way these men are smiling and not want to smile yourself. They look genuinely happy in this picture, and we love to see it. Everyone deserves to feel happiness and love like this.
The man on the left seems a bit more reserved, but it’s evident that there’s nowhere else he’d rather be than at the side of his partner. We love the chemistry between these two lovebirds and hope they had a wonderful love story spanning many years.
Hugs and Kisses
Oh, to be loved… And kissed in a public space! Nothing says “declaration of love” quite like this, right? Although we don’t know what year this picture was taken and where, we can safely assume that gay relationships weren’t illegal at that time and place.
These two men seem besotted with each other and pose for a picture while kissing. Maybe the picture was taken without them knowing. Perhaps they asked for the photo to remember their love. We’ll never know. But we do know this picture is one they would have cherished for as long as their love lasted.
We assume this picture was taken in the 1920s, and we can’t get over it. Everything about this picture of a couple posing in their wedding attire is beautiful. The bride on the left looks gorgeous in her white dress and veil. The bride on the right clearly agrees and can’t stop looking at her lover.
The design of her wedding gown was probably all the rage back then, and she rocked it wonderfully. The suit and pants look good too, and the laid-back hair was a great fit. Talk about trending!
Festivals and Costumes
Here’s another picture taken in the 1920s. This was taken in 1922 at a festival. The two ladies were dressed in costumes and couldn’t be bothered that the whole world was watching as they leaned in for a kiss. And boy, did the people around them look!
One of the things we love about this picture is how infectious their happiness is. The ladies around them seem genuinely happy, too, and we love to see it. Nothing feels better than being accepted for how you are and who you love.
This picture is utterly priceless! These two lovebirds got married and couldn’t keep the news to themselves. What better way to tell the world they’re married than to put it in large words on paper? We hear you, boys. We hear you.
They look so cute posing for the picture, with both holding the paper. We love everything about this picture and can only hope they lived happily married.
Back to the ’40s
Give it up for these ’40s babes! These women look stunning in their outfits. And the pose? We can’t get enough of it. It’s evident they posed for this picture with a theme in mind, and we love it. Nautical or heart-ical? Doesn’t matter — it looks dreamy and sweet!
We love the theme, we love their outfits, and we love the couple. Who said millennials invented LGBTQ+? They should rethink that statement. These women look like they would definitely agree with us. Ahoy!
19th Century Love
These beautiful women are Kitty Ely and Helen Emery. The picture was taken in 1886 while they were students. In 1886! How cool is that? They look absolutely content and happy in matching hats — and smiles!
The vibe we’re getting from this picture is a major “she’s mine, and I’m hers,” and we’re here for it. This picture perfectly captures their love for each other, don’t you think? They would probably be mind blown if they knew people in this century were celebrating the love they shared.
Cuties, Cuties, Cuties
This couple looks so adorable together. Look at his cute little hat and his partner’s cute little mustache. The pair look so awkward and yet so adorable together. There’s a shyness to their affections, but if you look at their interlocked hands, they say it all.
We don’t know what year this picture was taken, but it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that this picture is one of the countless photographs that prove that people have always loved who they wanted to love regardless of their gender.
Four Loving Couples
Let’s take you back to 1910. Here’s a picture of not one, not two, not three, but four lesbian couples enjoying some non-judgmental time together. They all have their arms around their partners, and the entire scene is priceless.
Each couple has one partner sporting a suit, a black tie, and a hat, and the other in a dress with their hair down. We like how their outfits were in sync, and we love the legacy they left behind.
All Shades of Beautiful
We can all agree there’s something absolutely beautiful about this picture. Maybe it’s the way he has his arms around his partner’s waist or the way the partner’s arms are slung over his shoulders, bringing him in for the kiss. They just look so happy and comfortable with each other.
Maybe it’s the tree in the background and the way its leaves gently stretch past his hair, making it seem like he has flowers in his hair. Yes, this is a beautiful picture indeed. When you consider how much these two clearly care for each other, it makes it all the more spectacular.
What’s better than reading the dailies or a juicy novel while enjoying the shade of a tree? Reading and enjoying the shade of a tree with your partner. These two men seem comfortable right where they are — and why wouldn’t they be? We’re getting major “love is in the air” vibes from this picture.
Dressed in formal wear, they look relaxed in each other’s company, with one’s arm over the other’s shoulder. We think it’s cute that their haircuts are similar. These two shared a moment that some of us can only dream of, and we’re grateful that they captured the moment.
A Legacy of Love
Sometime in the 1950s, there lived two men who loved each other, dressed up formally for a picture, and decided to go with informal poses. This picture is the result, and we love to see it! Just look at the laid-back body language!
They look cute, relaxed, content, and just a touch awkward. Perhaps this was the first time they had their photo taken together? They posed for the picture with arms around each other and left a legacy behind — a legacy of love and romance.
This picture was probably taken in the late 1800s. Since then, it has been a reminder of the love these women shared. Once again, here’s a happy couple who ignored society and followed their hearts.
They went out together and took a picture (or several pictures) to ensure their love wasn’t forgotten with time. We can see and feel the love they shared, and it leaves us feeling whimsical with the notion of happily ever after.
Dressed in White
We have another wedding picture for you. Although we don’t know what year this wedding took place, we do know it’s old enough to be added to our growing stack of proofs.
Both dressed in white, the two women looked lovely on their big day. Their dresses look well-fitted, and we love the veil on that bride. They seem to be having a great time which tells us that the wedding was a success.
A Cute Pair
We can all agree that these ladies are such a cute pair, and their smiles are infectious. The picture was taken in 1972, and the two lovers look so happy together.
The lady behind looks like a college professor in her glasses, and we’d really like to know if she was one. We love how their outfits match and how effortlessly cool they look.
This photo shoot is an adorable one that will make most people smile. We don’t know when it was shot and if it was taken with the women being unaware, but we’re glad they took the picture. We love how the standing woman is so tender in holding her partner’s face. Just look at that little smile the seated lady has!
The picture speaks of love, affection, kindness, romance, and joy. The pair look well-suited, and right now, we can only wonder if the woman with the book could concentrate on what she was reading.
Strike a Pose
Here’s another cute picture of a gay couple. The first thing to catch our attention was the identical poses they struck. They both have one hand on each other’s thigh and the other with a thumb in their pocket.
We think it’s cute that they also have similar outfits and hats. And we may be wrong, but it seems they also both have blush on their cheeks.
Bring it In
Look at this picture long enough, and you’ll catch yourself smiling if you’re a romantic. This picture was taken on a deserted road sometime in the 1940s.
The chemistry between both men seems flawless. They seem about to kiss, with one of them teasing the other one. The fact that they both have their hands folded behind their backs makes it even cuter.
Cheers to That
These ladies seem to be having a great time, and they probably were at the time. There are so many things going on in this picture that we don’t know which one to point out first.
We love how contrasting their outfits are and how well-dressed they both are. The woman on the right is dressed in a beautiful gown, and that hat is one for the books. Her partner looks incredible in her outfit too. We particularly love her top hat and monocle.
Stella and Franny
Give it up for Stella and Franny. They look very pretty, right? Their real names were actually Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park. Back in 1871, these two were known as “female impersonators.”
The two look ravishing in their ball gowns, and we love what they did with their hair. They struck an interesting pose with Franny leaning on Stella for support.
All in the Eyes
Nothing beats being in your lover’s arms, staring into each other’s eyes, and conversing in a silent language only the both of you can understand. This couple seemed caught up in their own world and couldn’t care less about what was happening around them.
This picture was taken in the early 1900s, and we love everything we see. The little smiles on their faces, the body contact, and the intense look into the other’s eyes all speak volumes.
Here’s another picture taken in the 1890s. This pair looks completely besotted with each other, and we can almost imagine their dialogue. One is dressed in a blouse and skirt, and the other is wearing a shirt, coat, tie, and hat.
We love how these two look like the perfect couple, gazing into each other’s eyes. The lady on the left looks like the cat that got the cream, and her partner is giving a smoldering look. This pair seems lost in each other’s gazes, and we love the smiles we’re seeing.
In the Meadow
Here’s another couple gazing into each other’s eyes. Well, we can’t have enough of it. Like all the others, these two look like they’d rather watch the world burn than be separated from their partner.
The hand on his partner’s chest feels like he’s holding his heart — it adds a great effect to the picture. They seem to be having a lot of fun in the meadow. And we can just tell that the one on top is going in for a kiss but wants to tease the other one first.
Ever wondered what it felt like to be gay and black at the turn of the 19th century? Well, these men knew what it was like, and it’s quite unfortunate that we can’t ask them.
This picture is of two men, one standing with his hand on the shoulder of the other one sitting. They don’t seem as relaxed as the other couples, but you can still see their affection for each other.
Not So Tough
Everything about this picture is quirky, but we like it. They both look serious and dressed in their coat-covered outfits and hats. Both men look like they can’t wait to finish the photo shoot and return to business.
However, looking down, you’ll see them clasping each other’s hands. Way to be tough on the outside but soft on the inside. We love it!
This picture looks really old, and that’s because it is. It was probably taken around the end of the 19th century or early 1900s. Here are two men dressed in highly fashionable clothes, at least for that time, and proud to let everyone know they belonged to each other.
They posed in their fashionable clothes and handbags. And the little mustaches on their faces make them look cuter.
Sometimes, you see a picture and wonder what the people in the picture were feeling at that moment. Looking at this picture, it’s easy to tell that both ladies were very happy.
We can only guess why they both have big smiles on their faces. Maybe they just loved each other’s company so much that holding on to each other the way they were was all they needed to be happy.
Marsha P. Johnson
Here’s Marsha P. Johnson, a transgender revolutionary in the 1970s. She’s positively beaming in this picture which is a huge feat after everything she went through in her life.
This picture isn’t only proof that members of the LGBTQ+ community have always been around but also that they aren’t going anywhere. Marsha’s sash reads “Stonewall,” because the uprising at the Stonewall Inn dramatically changed her life.
A Clear Message
When you’re around someone you love, smiling comes easy to you. Take a look at these gorgeous guys beaming from ear to ear. This picture was probably taken in the ’30s.
Regardless of the year the picture was taken, its message remains unadulterated. The message is one of love and romance, and we hear it loud and clear. The tree behind them and the inscription on it complete the scene.
Here are two men who look happy just to be in a picture together. They might not be all smiles, but their happiness is more than evident. The picture is assumed to have been taken in the ’50s.
They both look happy and content, with one kissing the cheek of the other. No doubt, these men are in love. And they have such good hair too.
An ideal Victorian lady was pure, chaste, refined, and modest. Women were expected to marry, have children and keep a nice household.
We can imagine the type of fit the parents of these ladies would have had if they discovered that their girls were in love with each other and refused to follow the rules of society. Anyway, here’s another proof for those still doubting that LGBTQ+ has always been around.
Dance With Me
We don’t know the specific year this picture was taken, but it was in the ’20s, and we know it was taken in Harlem. Both men looked like they had no other place they’d rather be. Oh, to have that feeling of being completely smitten with butterflies in our stomachs.
We can only wonder what music they were dancing to. They seemed to have tuned out the rest of the world. Both men look content and happy, and we love to see it.
Falling in Love
There’s something about this picture that makes you all warm in the belly and makes you feel like you’re falling in love. We can’t get enough of both ladies looking stunning in their outfits and sunglasses.
The shared kiss is an open declaration of their love and affection. Our guesstimate is that the picture was taken in the ’50s, and back then, this open declaration was a huge deal.
Nothing to see here. Just two beautiful women being incredibly cute and adorable. We believe this picture was taken sometime in the ’20s. We love how tender and sweet these two are with each other. They’re completely wrapped up in the moment.
The picture shows the love and affection these two women have for each other. It can be easily seen in how they hold each other, and the gentle kiss one is planting on the other’s lips. This picture is stunning, and we can’t get enough of it.
Crop Tops and Short Shorts
This picture was probably taken in the ’70s or ’80s when crop tops were all the rage for men. Both lovers posed in crop tops and short hot shorts for their picture, and we think they killed it. If we had bodies like that, we’d only ever wear crop tops!
The entire picture exudes confidence and sass, and if you look just a bit closer, you’ll see the chemistry between these two. The pair seem to fit and complement each other, and we love it.
A Moment of Passion
These two women look like they can hardly keep their hands off each other. We’re not sure what year this is, but judging from their dresses, it’s safe to assume this picture was taken several decades ago, perhaps in the ’40s or ’50s.
The ladies were captured on camera kissing passionately with their arms around each other in a loving embrace. We’re sure they had the entire world completely tuned out. At that moment, all that probably mattered was their partner.
The Awesome Foursome
These four appear to be having the time of their lives and are giving us major FOMO! Once again, we can only wonder what led up to this moment. Regardless, we’ll enjoy this one moment with them.
All four look happy, relaxed, and carefree. They posed for the picture with their arms around each other and their gorgeous smiles lighting up their faces. This picture was taken decades ago, and if this isn’t proof that LGBTQ+ isn’t something millennials invented, then we don’t know what is.
At the Bank
It’s quite amazing when you love someone, and they love you right back without being afraid to show it. These two found what many spend a lifetime searching for, and we’re incredibly happy for them. While we don’t know when the image was taken, we know being gay wasn’t accepted by most at the time. How brave are these men?!
They posed in front of the Idaho First National Bank, with one wrapping the other in an embrace from the back. We can see them holding onto each other’s hands tightly. If this picture doesn’t say “love,” we don’t know what will.
A Sweet Dancing Dip
This picture is one that we can’t get over. It was taken way back in the ’40s, and the two women look utterly mesmerizing. We love everything about this picture, from their pose to their dresses… And let’s not forget their gorgeous smiles!
The picture seems to have been taken just outside their home. The women were captured dancing with one dipping the other. We wonder if they were dancing to actual music or to a song in their heads. Either way, they still look cute, and we’re so here for this moment.
An Intimate Ceremony
Nowadays, weddings are pretty big and expensive affairs, but take a look at how intimate and lovely this ceremony is. Sadly, they probably had such a small wedding party because they couldn’t be legally married at the time.
But if you have your partner and your closest loved ones around you on your special day, do you really need anything else? This photo just makes our hearts flatter whenever we look at it.
Full of Passion
Can we just say we absolutely adore this beautiful vintage photo? Just look at the joy and passion this loving couple is sharing. Plus, with their skirts moving in the wind, it looks like a scene from a classic romance film.
We’re not sure exactly when this was taken, but whether they’re 20 or 100, we hope they kept having that same fire for each other throughout their time together. Hopefully, they’re still kissing each other with this same exact excitement and love.
From Paris, With Love
As we all know, Paris is known to be the City of Love — and apparently, not just for straight couples! Check out this adorable gap couple taking their iconic picture in front of the magically romantic Eiffel Tower.
While we’re not sure if they’re Parisians or just visiting tourists, it looks like they made the most of their French getaway. Love was clearly in the air for these two — just look at how effortlessly intimately they’re holding each other.
Lisa Simpson is the brains and moral compass of the Simpson family. Her intellect, social conscience, and saxophone skills stand out in Springfield. Whether she’s crusading for justice or navigating family chaos, Lisa’s wisdom shines through, reminding us that even in the silliest moments, a little smarts go a long way.
So you know an AI version has to impart that, and this one certainly does. In fact, this image is almost perfect, radiating her innocence and cuteness! We can totally see this being Lisa in real life. Love it!
The donut-loving head of the Simpson family is a comical whirlwind. With his iconic “D’oh!” and insatiable appetite for adventure, Homer’s escapades—from the power plant to Moe’s Tavern—give us a hilarious and relatable peek into family and modern life.
Even though he’s the source of humor in the family, he still has a good heart. So how do you make that a reality in a living person? This AI image is a good attempt at doing just that. Though we think the beard is a little too thick!
Marge Simpson, the patient and vibrant Simpson matriarch, is the family’s anchor with her iconic blue beehive hairdo and unwavering dedication. Her calming presence and artistic flair balance her roles as a mom, wife, and occasional rebel, showing us that there’s more to her than meets the eye—beneath the towering ‘do lies a big-hearted woman.
How do you translate maternal love and a little rebelliousness? It could be challenging, but we think this AI-generated image does a good job. We can almost see this person on the big screen!
The mischievous skateboarding aficionado of the Simpson clan is a perpetual thorn in Principal Skinner’s side and a source of endless entertainment for Springfield. Bart keeps the town on its toes with his signature catchphrase, “Eat my shorts!” and knack for creative pranks.
The show’s core and – maybe the most well-known member – needs to be perfect when translated into real life. The boy in this image has just the right amount of mischievousness in his eyes. That may be the thing we like the most!
The ever-friendly neighbor of the Simpson family is Springfield’s epitome of positivity. With his iconic mustache and zany catchphrases, Ned’s unwavering sunny disposition is a constant source of amusement.
Flanders is naïve but a true part of why the show is so successful. Combining his gentle heart and zany personality must have been challenging, but the AI engine understood the assignment and created a pretty accurate depiction. We can just hear this guy saying one of Ned’s silly catchphrases.
Milhouse Van Houten brings a unique brand of awkward charm to Springfield as Bart’s best friend. With his iconic glasses and unwavering loyalty, Milhouse often finds himself caught up in Bart’s wild adventures. His endearing innocence, quirky interests, and tendency to attract trouble make him an unforgettable character in the Simpson universe.
We love this image and its accuracy to the original source material. After all, how can you not have that classic blue hair and those epic red-rimmed glasses? This is a perfect and almost scary similarity to the animated Millhouse.
The tough-talking and tough-exterior school bully in Springfield adds a distinct edge to the world of The Simpsons. Recognizable by his signature laugh and classic catchphrase “Ha-ha!” Nelson’s rough demeanor hides a more complex character beneath. As the show peels back his layers, we catch glimpses of his vulnerabilities and moments of unexpected kindness.
Though no one wants to focus on the bully, you almost have to if you create a live-action film, so this image could be a great help if there’s a casting call for Nelson. We reckon AI got this one spot-on!
Springfield Elementary’s by-the-book yet often hilariously inept headmaster adds a touch of authority to the Simpsons’ school adventures. Skinner’s attempts at discipline often spiral into comical chaos.
Skinner’s blend of strictness and occasional vulnerability makes him a memorable character who keeps us laughing at the school’s shenanigans. This guy looks serious! We’re not sure they nailed this one. It’s good, but it doesn’t radiate the goofy side of Skinner at all. We miss that stupid smirk of his!
This jaded yet sassy fourth-grade teacher brings her own brand of wit to the town’s educational scene. With her distinctive laugh and quick retorts, Edna navigates her teaching duties with a healthy dose of sarcasm.
Her romantic escapades, often intertwined with misadventures, provide laughter and heartache. This AI-generated photo seems to make Ms. Krabappel too cheerful. There needs to be more sarcasm and a touch of desperation in the facial expression in order to get this character perfect.
Recognized by his iconic “Excellent” catchphrase and skeletal appearance, Burns is the show’s quintessential live-action antagonist. His money-driven schemes and disregard for others’ well-being often lead to outlandish scenarios.
Yet, even in his ruthlessness, glimpses of his peculiar humanity emerge, offering a multi-dimensional view of the man behind the money. We almost think the AI-generated image is more intimidating and scary than the original! He seems to be more like a miserly man who’d scream at you and then cackle his evil laugh.
Sporting his iconic five o’clock shadow and delivering sardonic one-liners, Moe’s rugged exterior belies a softer side. While his love life and business ventures might often go awry, Moe’s endearing friendships with Homer and the gang showcase the quirky heart that beats beneath his cantankerous demeanor.
This is so accurate it’s disturbing! It’s like the AI technology could literally create a live-action Moe! We’re waiting for our drink and a few quirky smirks!
With his wobbly dentures and rambling stories of days gone by, Grampa often provides comic relief through his unintentional antics. His forgetfulness and peculiar behavior often lead to quirky situations, while his moments of clarity and wisdom offer glimpses of the man he used to be.
Who doesn’t love Grampa Simpson? He’s a gentle-looking guy who finds himself in funny situations. This sweet guy definitely looks like he could handle that role!
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the hardworking and entrepreneurial owner of the Kwik-E-Mart in Springfield, is a beloved character. Recognizable by his catchphrase “Thank you, come again!” Apu’s business ventures often lead to amusing mishaps.
This image nails every aspect of Apu, from the big eyes to the toothy grin. The gentleman definitely looks like he could handle all of Springfield’s craziness with that classic flair of the show’s resident convenience store owner!
The devoted and often beleaguered assistant to Mr. Burns adds layers of loyalty and humor to the show. With his unmistakable green sweater and unwavering dedication, Smithers’ efforts to manage Burns’ eccentricities often lead to hilarious situations.
His ambiguous relationship with his boss has become a running joke, providing both comic relief and moments of reflection about unrequited affection. This photo is perfect! Is it just us, or does this kind of look like the guy who plays Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory? Maybe he should be considered for the role if a live-action movie is ever made!
Donning slicked-back hair and spouting colorful language, Fat Tony exudes old-school, dangerous charm. His illegal enterprises often intersect with the Simpson family’s antics, providing both tension and comedic relief.
Nailed it! This is precisely what we imagined Fat Tony might look like. We can just hear his voice and imagine him making his presence known. They even got the facial expression right!
The endearingly clueless and innocent child of Chief Wiggum is a constant source of laughter and warmth. With his iconic one-liners and unique perspective on the world, Ralph’s interactions often steal the show.
From his quirky mishaps to his heartwarming moments – like his Valentine’s Day cards – he embodies childlike wonder in a town filled with eccentric characters. You can’t have a live-action cast without Ralph – it’d be like missing the heart if you did. This photo is good, but it doesn’t quite capture all the intricacies of the character.
Maggie Simpson – who’s often with a pacifier in her mouth – always seems to find herself in extraordinary situations. Maggie’s adventures often pack a punch, despite her lack of words. Whether she’s saving the day, embarking on imaginative journeys, or simply sucking on her pacifier, her adorable antics bring a delightful touch of innocence and wonder to the chaotic world of Springfield.
Maggie is the adorable cuteness soul of the show. She gets in trouble and still shines her sweetness into the world, even in harrowing situations. This image is definitely a good representation of that.
Willie’s scenes never fail to elicit laughs. From battling with malfunctioning equipment to uncovering his hidden talents, his rough exterior hides a quirky charm that’s made him a fan favorite.
You think of Willie as a gruff man, so the AI needed to capture that – and it certainly does! This image is perfect and radiates a surly aura that’s perfect for this character.
Sideshow Bob, an erudite yet maniacal character in The Simpsons, is a complex blend of intellect and villainy. With his refined demeanor, the voice of reason, and iconic dislike for Bart Simpson, Bob’s plots for revenge often involve elaborate schemes.
The trick with this character is that he looks friendly and sinister, both in the same breath. The AI got it very right with this guy. Though he does give us Seth Green from Buffy vibes, don’t you think?
Dr. Julius Hibbert, Springfield’s pleasant and cheerful family physician in The Simpsons, is a source of both medical expertise and comic relief. With his iconic chuckle and ever-present optimism, Dr. Hibbert’s medical advice often takes a backseat to his entertaining anecdotes and humorous asides.
Friendly and clueless, the doctor’s image needs to be cheerful and welcoming. The smile of this AI-generated image is just right!
Barney Gumble and his signature belch are colorful characters floating around Springfield. Barney’s misadventures often revolve around his penchant for adult beverages and moments of unexpected clarity.
Having a character that enjoys too many adult beverages isn’t necessarily polite, but that doesn’t stop anyone working on The Simpsons. When see this picture, we can practically hear the lines delivered in that classic Barney way!
Springfield’s bumbling yet well-intentioned chief brings a blend of incompetence and friendliness to the town’s authorities. Wiggum’s efforts to maintain order often result in comedic chaos. Chief Wiggum’s mix of ineptitude and good-hearted nature adds a lighthearted touch to the show’s portrayal of the authorities.
This image is a little too much. We know that Chief Wiggum is a big guy, but this is too exaggerated. Though we do think it gets across a stereotypical image – that’s for sure!
Comic Book Guy
Comic Book Guy’s interactions revolve around his passion for all things nerdy and his humorous critiques of life’s absurdities. His comic shop The Android’s Dungeon is a hub for quirky references and collectibles, making him a fixture in Springfield’s eccentric landscape.
Every show needs a comic book nerd! This character is classic, and this artistic rendition brings together the quirky and socially awkwardness we hoped it would!
Known for her boundless energy and endearing pacifier-sucking charm, this little girl’s journey was sweet from the start. In the episode where Homer and Marge find out they’re pregnant with their third child, in a completely un-Homer move, he works harder than ever – even though he hates the job.
At the end of the episode, we see why he was putting in so much effort. The sign on the wall, which originally said, “Don’t forget, you’re here forever” was covered with pictures of baby Maggie, blocking out certain letters, making the sign read “Do it for her.” And looking at this picture, we can see why he’d want to do it for her! She’s cute and a little creepy, but so lovable!
Krusty the Clown
Krusty the Clown is a beloved fixture of Springfield’s entertainment scene. With his colorful appearance, distinctive laugh, and slapstick comedy routines, Krusty’s TV show and antics delight audiences of all ages. Behind the makeup and laughter, his struggles with business, personal issues, and fatherhood reveal a more complex character.
This version of Krusty looks like it’s from a dark version of The Simpsons – perhaps a version that’s created by Tim Burton! Instead of being fun and lovable, this character is a little frightening. We hope that’s what the AI was going for!
Otto’s offbeat conversations and off-kilter antics are a constant source of amusement. Often found cruising around in the iconic school bus, Otto’s laid-back personality and knack for odd jobs create both comic relief and moments of unexpected depth.
This looks like Otto going to a funeral. We think this business take on the character is a big mistake. When we think of Otto, we think of crazy hats and shorts, not a suit and tie.
Recognizable by his flashy smile and iconic catchphrases, Troy’s roles range from educational films to infomercials that reflect his quirky career choices. His exaggerated charm and eccentric filmography – which includes such classics as Alice’s Adventure Through the Windshield Glass – make him a hilarious commentary on Hollywood’s vanity and absurdity.
Perfect! This image is precisely what we imagined Troy would look like if we met him in person! The hair may be too much, but we can overlook that.
With his distinctive laugh and perpetual flannel shirt, Lenny’s interactions often revolve around his witty remarks and amusing anecdotes. As a loyal friend to both Homer and Carl, Lenny’s simple yet insightful observations add a touch of realism and relatability to the show’s comedic landscape.
This guy looks a little crazy, though. We’re not sure this would be our take on a real-life Lenny, but we aren’t AI, so this may be right. The eyes are what makes it a little hard for us to take.
Kent Brockman, the sophisticated yet sensationalist news anchor, embodies modern media’s quirks and sensationalism. With his distinctive voice and iconic sign-off of “I’m Kent Brockman,” he navigates the absurdities of Springfield with a blend of gravitas and comedic exaggeration.
This guy looks like he’s the head of a TV station! So, kudos to the AI for generating an image that captures every nuance of the original character!
Ned Flanders – Again
This guy’s got a mustache so pristine it could cut through social awkwardness faster than a hot knife through butter! Always dressed to impress, Ned’s like a walking, talking bulletin with a smile as wide as Springfield itself. He’s so nice he could give Canada a run for its maple syrup money!
We think this rendition of the character is a little closer to reality than any of the others. The thing that stands out is that iconic mustache – it’s an exact replica, and that’s quite an accomplishment!
Grampa Simpson – Again
Grandpa’s got a talent for mixing up family members faster than you can say, “D’oh!” But hey, give him a break, he’s been around since the invention of dirt. And don’t even get him started on his rants about “back in my day…”
The man’s got more opinions than Bart’s got skateboard tricks! Sad and depressing is what we get from this imagining of Grampa Simpson. It’s definitely not the fun-loving guy we imagine when we think of him!
Mr. Burns – Again
Ah, Mr. Burns, the human embodiment of a tightwad in a suit. With a voice that sounds like he gargles gravel, he’s like the villain in every cartoon who wants to turn the world into a giant money bin.
The guy in this image is too happy! This is a good look at the show’s villain, but it’s just too happy. Burns would never smile like that! This image should definitely be more sinister.
Millhouse – Again
With hair that defies the laws of physics and a voice that could break glass (and eardrums), he’s like the sidekick you’d find in a comic book if that comic were drawn by someone who’s never seen a superhero before.
This version of Millhouse isn’t quite geeky enough for us. Though they nailed the nose and eyebrows, it’s still not perfect. He does look like he’d hang out with Bart, though!
Homer – Again
He’s got a voice that could lull a banshee to sleep, and his ideas are about as sound as a rubber crutch. But, somehow, through his lack of sense, he often stumbles into solutions. He’s a dad who’s more likely to impart life lessons about the importance of not sharing your last donut than anything remotely profound.
This guy looks clueless, for sure. He has that lovable blank stare, and his head is perfectly shaped. This is a great rendition of the patriarch of the family!
Smithers – Again
Smithers is Mr. Burn’s devotee who’s so loyal he probably irons his boss’s socks. This guy’s got the kind of dedication that makes your average fanboy look like a fair-weather friend. His impeccable posture and proper demeanor could make a butler blush – he’s like the human equivalent of a perfectly pressed suit.
This actually looks more like Smithers’s dad than the young assistant. The suit looks right, though, and it’s a good idea of what he’d look like after working for Mr. Burns for years.
Fat Tony – Again
It’s Fat Tony – the guy so suave, even his pinky ring has swagger. This guy’s got more “fuggedaboutit” in his vocabulary than a Sopranos marathon. He’s like the ultimate combo of tough guy and gourmet chef with a voice that oozes more smoothness than melted cheese on a pizza.
This picture definitely screams illicit activities. He’s clearly the boss, and precisely what we’d want to see in a real-life version of Fat Tony!
Marge – Again
This lady’s got a beehive hairdo that could double as a storage unit for spare change and mystery items. With a voice that’s both soothing and capable of summoning tornado warnings, she’s the glue holding the Simpson family together – even when Homer’s antics try their best to pull them apart.
This is a classic idea of what Marge looks like. The real-life version has some amazing eyes, though. If only the cartoon had these peepers!
Lisa – Again
Lisa’s got a knack for being the voice of reason in a family that’s more chaotic than a clown car convention. Whether she’s advocating for justice, learning to play the blues, or reminding Homer to eat his vegetables, Lisa’s a pocket-sized powerhouse of smarts and hearts.
This little girl looks like she could deliver a witty comeback, just like her animated counterpart. On top of that, she’s super adorable and sweet. Good job, AI!
Bart – Again
Bart’s got a reputation for stirring up chaos faster than a blender with the lid off, and his schemes are more elaborate than a Bond villain’s master plan. But underneath that slingshot-wielding exterior, he’s got a heart that’s as big as his imagination – even if he prefers to keep it under wraps.
Look at that smile, it’s just right! The eyes, though, could use just a bit more mischievousness, then this image would be absolutely perfect. Okay, we’re convinced, this is 100% Bart Simpson as a human!
Nelson – Again
Yo, it’s Nelson Muntz, the original laugh track of Springfield with a snarky grin and a signature “Ha-ha!” that’s more contagious than a cold at school. This dude’s got a wardrobe that screams ‘rebel without a cause’ and a haircut that could double as a weapon.
This kid looks too nice to be Nelson! Of course, looks can be deceiving, so this could work in some reality. If his eyes weren’t so sweet, this kid might get away with playing the bully.
Ralph – Again
Ralph’s one-liners are like a game of verbal roulette – you never know where the ball of confusion will land. From his artistic masterpieces that look like abstract renditions of a unicorn’s lousy day to his poetic musings that toe the line between profound and unimaginable, Ralph could find enlightenment in a rubber duck.
We don’t think this rendition is a perfect one. They did get the facial shape right, but the rest seems a little off. Maybe it’s just us, but this Ralph is definitely not the Ralph we imagined.
Groundskeeper Willie – Again
This guy’s got more Scottish pride than a bagpipe-playing unicorn! With a voice that could shatter glass and a work ethic that’s half mowing lawns, and half wrestling wild animals, he’s like the janitorial superhero no one asked for but everyone secretly loves.
Groundskeeper Willie is supposed to be funny and continually frustrated. This guy looks pretty happy and a little too preppy. This could be his brother, who went to prep school, but we have a hard time thinking this is the school groundskeeper.