Because you like Satsuki Kiryuin in Kill la Kill
A laid-back wanderer, Ginko has an empathetic, open-minded worldview. See them in Mushishi.
Given his ability to wrench street signs from the ground, Shizuo Heiwajima is a useful one to have in dangerous Ikekuburo. See them in Durarara!!.
Nozomu's name translates to despair, which is fitting for him. See them in Sayonara, Zetsubo Sensei.
Years of being the less desirable Vargas sibling have given Romano quite an inferiority complex, as well as the temper to match. See them in Axis Powers Hetalia.
Shana is a red-haired warrior with a black-and-white worldview. See them in Shakugan no Shana.
Firo Prochainezo is swept up in a world of mysterious women, alchemists, and rumors of a wine that makes it drinkers immortal. See them in Baccano!.
If there's power in being average, Mikado Ryugamine will find it and use it. See them in Durarara!!.
The "runt" of his biker gang, Tetsuo Shima grapples with a perpetual inferiority complex. See them in Akira.
England may cultivate the image of a well-bred gentleman, but he has both the temper and mouth of a seasoned sailor. See them in Axis Powers Hetalia.
Kenzo Tenma would have never guessed that ten-year-old he saved would later become a deadly serial killer intent on "thanking" him. See them in Monster (TV Show).
Though bold and pure of heart, Utena Tenjou has a fairytale vision of the world that can make her oblivious to its darkness. See them in Revolutionary Girl Utena.
Applejack's practicality complements her caring nature. She is the loyalest of friends and the most dependable of ponies. See them in My Little Pony.