This list of fictional frogs and toads is subsidiary to the list of fictional animals. It is restricted solely to notable frog and toad characters from notable works of fiction. Characters that appear in multiple media will have separate listings for each separate appearance, while instances in which a character has appeared in several separate works in a single medium, only the earliest will be recorded here.
Once a human, Zollo's origin story began in India. He and his nemesis Akash The Garg engaged in a battle of the ages. Has ear hair. He usually yells at anyone he sees, and grumbles bitterly under his breath at any situation he finds even slightly troubling.
Ed Bighead is an employee at a large corporation. He is cruel, petty, bossy, and has a terrible temper; in fact, the only people that he fears are his wife, Bev and his boss, Mr. Dupette. He particularly dislikes Rocko and his friends, Heffer Wolfe and Filburt. He usually yells at anyone he sees, and grumbles bitterly under his breath at any situation he finds even slightly troubling.
a large toad with pulsating, multicolored eyes, which emits a loud, ominous buzzing noise. It has the power to hypnotize almost any living thing at will, even mass numbers of creatures. The Hypnotoad first appeared in "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid", in which it hypnotized a flock of sheep to herd themselves into a pen and close the door behind them, the panel of judges to win the pet show and then the audience of the pet show to force their approval of that victory. It later acquired its own television show, Everybody Loves Hypnotoad, in which it hypnotizes the audience. The Futurama: Bender's Big Score DVD includes a full 22-minute episode.
A frog who originated from ringtone TV spots for Jamba! and was later featured in a series of CGI-animated music videos where it covered well known pop hits. The character was insanely popular in the mid-2000s.
Inspired by the frog in the Three Dog Night song (see above) Daniel Johnston uses a bullfrog named Jeremiah as his official music mascot and in many of his artworks, including the album cover of Hi, How Are You (1983).
This frog was designed by Alan Aldridge for the rock opera concept album and childrens' book The Butterfly Ball and the Grasshopper's Feast. He gained more notability after being featured in a well known animated music video set to this song. In the video a guitar playing frog strums through the forest in order to bring all the animals together for the ball.