I needed some evidence for a lot of head canons, but when you said Megamind was not entirely male I only remembered one of my favorite scenes in the movie: Megamind walks totally overdressed into Titan’s apartment and scolds him for letting him wait with sentences and gestures you would expect from a girlfriend or mother. And I thought: Yeah, seems canon.
Megamind definitely moves, speaks, and dresses in ‘feminine’ ways, yes!
Queercoding (like coding for neurodivergency) is a big thing with classic villains; the great thing about Megamind is that the creators kept the queercoding and the neurodivergent coding and let him be the hero.
The depressed, eyeliner-and-heels-wearing, feminine-gesturing, overdramatic, queer-coded hero.
It’s one of the main reasons I find him so relatable and so compelling. (I think this might be true of a lot of the fandom; we tend to shade queer and neurodivergent, in general, identity-wise)
See, I’m so used to only seeing myself in villains–and! this movie starts off like that: ah yes, there I am; the villain as usual…
The entire point of the movie is YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE THE VILLAIN ANYMORE.
This film gave me something that I have always, always wanted, and I am really continually amazed at it.