These plastic figures of characters from the post-war Li'l Bad Wolf comics series Li'l Bad Wolf are interesting because they show the Big Bad Wolf in various victimized positions.
The bully on the upper left and lower right corners is Brer Bear. Originally, he was one of the characters in the Disney feature Song of the South (1946), based on a collection of Afro-American folk tales, but, along with other animated characters from the movie, he eventually began appearing in the Li'l Bad Wolf comics. In Song of the South (which I haven't yet seen), he is reportedly featured as a moronic companion of the antagonist Brer Fox. However, in Li'l Bad Wolf comics, he doesn't seem to be associated with Brer Fox, but featured as a solitary chicken-raising figure who often clashes with Big Bad Wolf in the latter's attempts to "swipe" chicken.