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Superman / Clark Kent
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Whether it's punching a meteor or saving a teen from jumping, Superman tries to be in as many places as Kryptonianly possible. See them in DC Extended Universe.

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Matt Murdock
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Not only will attorney Matt Murdock get you off the hook, but his alter ego Daredevil might also swing by later and rough up whoever put you there. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Peter Quill
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With his own ship, Peter Quill calls his own shots, and gets to fly from planet to planet blasting '70s pop hits and picking up alien chicks. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Jane
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A fearless scientist, Jane won't let a mere shipwreck stop her. See them in Tarzan.

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Poison Ivy
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Poison Ivy is a seductive, venomous botanist laments the fact that there are so many people to kill, yet so little time. See them in DC Extended Universe.

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Bella Swan
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Bella Swan thinks of it as her job to help her parents and protect her friends, even though it often ends up the other way around. See them in Twilight.

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Gollum
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Gollum is slimy and seething with hatred, the last person you would want to meet in a dark cave. See them in The Lord of the Rings.

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Mr. Spock
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Captain Spock is on a five-year mission exploring the final frontier and boldly going where no man has gone before. See them in Star Trek.

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Tracy Turnblad
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Tracy Turnblad's got rhythm, and she's determined to share her dance moves with the world. See them in Hairspray.

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Usagi Tsukino
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Usagi Tsukino may look like a lazy teen, but when Usagi conjures up her alter ego and calls her Sailor Scout team, no villain stands a chance. See them in Sailor Moon.

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Alison DiLaurentis
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Alison DiLaurentis believes you're always better off with a really good lie. See them in Pretty Little Liars.

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The Joker
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Brilliant, violent, and only a little insane, the Joker doesn't listen to anyone except the voices in his head. See them in DC Extended Universe.