Because you like Linus Larabee in Sabrina
Betty Cooper seems like a sweet girl, but she also has a dark side and can go beyond what's safe or sane. See them in Archie Comics.
Rapunzel's dreams might be even bigger than her hair. See them in Tangled.
Daisy Buchanan is beautiful and rich, and seems to have it all. But beneath the glitter and the glam, things are more complicated for her. See them in The Great Gatsby.
Although Mako Mori may be small and quiet, she is a core of battle-hardened steel. See them in Pacific Rim.
Nomi Marks is a brilliant hacker with an open-minded, accepting spirit. See them in Sense8.
Holly Golightly spends so much time trying to be other people's dream girl, she doesn't really know what kind of girl she actually is. See them in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
A literal fallen star, Yvaine is temperamental, sarcastic, and a bit on edge. See them in Stardust.
In his transformation from hardened convict to moral paragon, Jean Valjean is the kind of man we should all aspire to be. See them in Les Miserables.
It’s usually the good-looking, charismatic, play-by-their-own-rules types that get everyone into trouble, and Tyler Durden is Exhibit A. See them in Fight Club.
Willow Rosenberg may be a witch who can defeat the forces of evil, but she still gets emotional over kittens on the Internet. See them in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
A girl who grew up on stories, Meggie Folchart is as loyal and intrepid as one of her fictional heroines. See them in Inkheart.
Artemis Fowl understands the way of the world. If he wins, he's a prodigy. If he loses, then he's crazy. That is how history is written. See them in Artemis Fowl.