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Big Bird
Artwork from Sesame Street



Oldest version

First unknown version (2012)

Newest version

Second unknown version (2012)


Sesame Street

Big Bird is a major character from Sesame Street, having appeared since the show's debut in 1969. He is an 8-foot, 2-inch yellow bird of an unknown species, but he is only six years old.

Big Bird lives in a large nest behind 123 Sesame Street, next to Oscar's trash can, and he has a teddy bear named Radar. His best friend is Mr. Snuffleupagus, nicknamed Snuffy by Big Bird. Big Bird was also friends with the human character Mr. Hooper, who made his birdseed milkshakes, until the actor of Mr. Hooper passed away, which also led to Mr. Hooper passing away in the show. Big Bird's acceptance of his death has been hailed as a milestone in children's programming. Big Bird is very talented, but he is prone to freqent misunderstandings. Big Bird helps children feel all right about not knowing everything and teaches other life, alphabet and numerical lessons.

In M.U.G.E.N, Big Bird has been made twice by an unknown creator. Both characters are spriteswaps of FRS GAMES' Kakarotto ssj8 with the sprites taken from the Big Bird Hyper of Warner's Giant Chicken. The only differences between the two are the palette and stats.

First unknown versionSeizureicon


In an alternate universe, Big Bird became so triggered over the death of Mr. Hooper that he ascended to godhood and reached a Power level of over 9000. Being a spriteswap of Kakarotto ssj8, a very cheap character in its own right, Big Bird's attacks are incredibly overpowered and flashy, with a significant number of them being OHKOs and almost as many granting Big Bird full invincibility for the entire duration of said attacks.


Second unknown versionSeizureicon


An even more powerful version of Big Bird, Super Big Bird has even higher stats and a different palette, making him even cheaper. He also starts the match with a full Power bar, allowing the player to unleash his Power-consuming moves on the opponent to their heart's content. However, apart from that, there are no differences between Big Bird and Super Big Bird, meaning he plays exactly the same and has an identical moveset.

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