Minerva Mink is a character in Warner Bros. animated television series, Animaniacs. Minerva Mink is an anthropomorphic mink who is flirted by every male creature who all have a crush on her. Her voice actress is Julie Brown. Minerva has white fur with blonde hair and an enormous blonde tail as well as a pink nose and big black eyes with blue eyeshadow.
Minerva is an anthropomorphic mink with a curvaceous figure reminiscent of other sex symbols. She has a large blond hair and a red ball gown.
Minerva is rather savvy and well versed person who can be easy to talk, she is otherwise alluring and attractive and knows how to use her looks. She can also be a bit ditzy but it's otherwise sympathetic towards others, particularly Wakko, Yakko and Dot.
Paul Dini (producer/story editor on many of WBA's DC Comics projects and story editor/writer on Tiny Toon Adventures) was responsible for the initial conception of the character.
Minerva is the only Animaniacs character who never had her own opening theme.
However in both of her cartoons, she does sing a song that might be considered her theme song called "It's Not Pretty Being Me".
She is the only featured character to have only 2 solo cartoons.
She is considered by fans as one of the two most attractive female characters of the show, the other being Hello Nurse.
In the Pinky and the Brain finale Star Warners, it appears Marvin the Martian isn’t affected by her looks. He is able to keep up a coherent conversation with Minerva without succumbing to her seduction.
Minerva once held the title for "Sexiest Female Animal with both furry and non-furry boys from the 90's", which originally belonged to Fifi La Fume from Tiny Toons Adventures until the title was retired.
In the original version of "Moon Over Minerva", Minerva's cleavage line was a little too revealing in her close-up shots, so the cleavage line was whited out in close-ups. However, if you look really closely, you can see the spot where it was whited out.
Among all the characters in Animaniacs, Minerva was never seen in any of the video games.
However, in the Animaniacs edition of Monopoly, Minerva, more accurately a screenshot of her from "Moon Over Minerva", is shown on the space where Kentucky Avenue would be on a traditional Monopoly board.