- "Thank you, Joy. But I'll have you know I'm not scared of everything."
|Film||Inside Out (2015)|
|Friends||Riley Anderson, Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust|
During Inside Out, Fear is purple. tall and lanky, lavender skin, black eyebrows, purple eyes and one curled hair Fear also wears light blue long-sleeved shirt, magenta bow tie, houndstooth sweater vest, violet slacks and black shoes
As the embodiment of Riley's fears and insecurities, Fear is naturally on edge all of the time. He is shown to be very paranoid of external dangers that could lead to harm, death or even simple embarrassment. His job is to keep Riley safe, so he is quick to intervene in a situation. He has a habit of overreacting to situations, and is even prone to exaggerating certain situations. For example, when Joy requests a list of potential threats that could happen on the first day of class, Fear quickly gathers an entire stack of papers with detailed scenarios, two of the most likely to happen being quicksand and being called on by the teacher. This causes some of the other emotions to lie to him in order to calm him down, like Disgust telling him that bears did not exist so that he would no worry about encountering them.
While generally afraid, Fear might actually see his charge as a sort of challenge. This is shown when he had dream duty and was watching that night's nightmare (Riley in school in her underwear) and, while confused, did commentary over it like critic would with a movie.
Like the other emotions, Fear has his own limited range of emotions.
Powers and Abilities Edit
Role in the Crossover Edit
Although Fear does not usually appear in the crossover, may appear both as an emotion of Riley as a humanized version of it, which is related to Riley or be his friend.