Because you like Dorian Gray in Dorian Gray
Barbara Kean is loving, selfless, and caring. But, she's less stable than she'd like to admit. See them in Gotham.
Aragorn is the one true king, a title he is too humble to accept. See them in The Lord of the Rings.
Though cynical about the world, Shuya Nanahara is caring and protective towards his friends. See them in Battle Royale.
It turns out Dracula's son Alucard has some pretty severe daddy issues. See them in Castlevania.
Xena's a warrior on a redemptive quest who excels in extreme sports and uses a whip to block axes in mid-air. See them in Xena Warrior Princess.
Combining an innocent face with an insatiable bloodlust, Eli recruits friends to join the vampire way of life. See them in Let the Right One In.
If Jack Torrance is one of his moods, you'll be the unlucky victim of the most bone-chilling, sinister yellers around. Bring your own axe. See them in The Shining.
The Little Prince is a childlike wonder personified in a tiny package. See them in The Little Prince.
The self-proclaimed "only guilty man in Shawshank prison" has wisdom to share, such as the best way to smuggle a Rita Hayworth poster into a Maine prison. See them in The Shawshank Redemption.
A rugged frontiersman and consummate survivor, Hugh Glass has a relationship with the natural world that is downright spiritual. See them in The Revenant.
Lolita is full of drama and out of control. See them in Lolita.
Offred wisely keeps her head down even as she hopes for more. Unfortunately, hope is dangerous in Gilead. See them in The Handmaid's Tale.