Zerg-like Curve in Wolfram Alpha

Well, somebody at Wolfram Alpha likes StarCraft. The computational knowledge engine that high school students everywhere use to, uh, check their math homework (of course, they wouldn't use it to actually do the homework) has an Easter Egg of sorts. All you have to do is type in the phrase "zerg-like curve" into the Wolfram Alpha search field:

The equation to plot out the graph is 18,811 characters long, according to Alex Wilhelm of The Next Web.

But the fun doesn't stop there! Turns out, there's a whole bunch of these fun curves of fictional characters. Check out some examples below and let us know which one's your favorite:

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