That's a good point. I suppose I was referring to overall body types. Even a more realistic silhouette lineup can have variety. Or not? I'm a cartoony person, so I'm very biased, I apologize
And considering budgetary restrictions, a more uniform design may be necessary (also great for TOY SALES$$$). I'm thinking right now of the DC classic animated series, where the male and female superheroes/villains all had roughly the same body types, respectively, with maybe someone like The Flash sticking out a bit by being more slender. Which fits both his personality and superpower beautifully!
That is something else to consider; what design best suits the characters themselves. And you're right, you shouldn't have to push the shapes in unrealistic ways just to appease weirdoes like me. I just meant, in general, sameness is the one character design trait (within a singular series, not as a wider trend) that bothers me. That's all.
You've also helped me elaborate on my thoughts a bit more, so thank you