Amigo Bear is a Care Bear who originally debuted as a plush toy in 2006. He has since made a appearances in various 2000's Care Bears media, including the Adventures in Care-a-Lot series and its corresponding films.
He has red-orange fur and his Belly badge is a red stylized spiral sun surrounded by small hearts.
While all Care Bears speak the universal language of caring, Amigo Bear is particularly flexible in the communication department. Being the first truly bilingual bear doesn't just give him a padded résumé, but also twice the potential reach out and help those in need. His goals themselves are two-fold: he wants to be an amigo to all those around him, and do so while representing Hispanic culture.
Though his name literally translates to "Friend Bear", he is not to be confused with the actual Friend Bear.
Amigo made his debut in 2006 during the Care Bears relaunch toyline. He was made available in several varieties, including comfy plush, "troll hair" plush, and a 12" limited edition mango-scented plush that is packaged and comes with a Care Bears Family DVD.
Adventures in Care-a-LotEdit
Superstar received a redesign only a short time after his debut to emulate the style of characters from Adventures in Care-a-Lot. His belly badge was also simplified to include a plain red aztec-style spiral sun surrounded by small hearts.
2006-2007: The world is full of different people, languages and customs. Amigo Bear knows one "language" everyone speaks - friendship. Amigo is a friend to everyone everywhere and speaks many other languages, but especially Spanish. Amigo Bear's Symbol has a Latin look - it's a happy spiral sun circled with radiant hearts.
2007-2010: There are different kids of people everywhere, but Amigo Bear is friends with everyone! He can speak any language, especially Spanish and English! His belly badge is a bright spiral sun circled with hearts. Amigo shows that even though we look and speak differently we can all find friendship in our hearts.
- Amigo Bear's Spanish name (Amigosito) is nearly identical to Friend Bear's (Amigosita), but it is the masculine form instead of the feminine.
- His country of origin is either Spain or Mexico, it has never been specified
- One of his jobs was a food cart peddler
In other languages:
French: Toutamigo ("All Amigo")
German: Amigobärchi ("Amigo Bear")
Spanish: Amigosito ("Amigo Bear")