Because you like Darth Vader in Star Wars Series
Mario is a plumber who wears a ridiculous outfit, eats weird looking mushrooms, and fits himself inside your pipes so he can save a princess. See them in Super Mario Bros..
A genetic experiment engineered to be the perfect assassin, Agent 47 is cold, professional, and lethal. See them in Hitman.
As a scaring Assistant, Mike Wazowski frightens children to collect their screams to be used as a power supply for the city. See them in Monsters, Inc..
Gruff and efficient, Sam Fisher protects a nation that can never admit he exists. See them in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.
Gru's more misunderstood than evil, and if he'd rule over the world like he takes care of his three daughters, we'd be in good hands. See them in Despicable Me.
Charles Xavier is a telepath who believes mutants and humans are both good at heart and can live in harmony. See them in X-Men Series.
Wolverine is a hot-blooded Canadian with an adamantium skeleton who's the best at what he does. See them in X-Men Series.
Make sure not to anger the Hulk or else he will transform into a giant green monstrosity and smash anything in his way. See them in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Stuck in space, Ryan Stone will either make it back to Earth and have one hell of a story to tell. Or she will burn into the ether. See them in Gravity.
Liu Kang spends his days training his body and spirit, seeking to become the ultimate warrior. See them in Mortal Kombat.
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.
Daring on a bike but haunted in his personal life, even Johnny Blaze isn't fast enough to outride his past. See them in Ghost Rider.