Because you like Leatherface in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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Jason Voorhees
368

A machete-wielding mass-murderer, Jason Voorhees is a terrifying blank slate. See them in Friday the 13th.

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Michael Myers
403

A born psychopath, don't expect Michael Myers to understand the difference between right and wrong. See them in Halloween.

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Ned Flanders
128

Relentlessly cheery Ned Flanders enjoys a nice piece of bread with water on the side for dipping See them in The Simpsons.

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Killer Croc
161

This cannibalistic villain may be a loner, but Killer Croc doesn't have problems with self-confidence. See them in Suicide Squad.

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Ted Logan
79

Ted Logan wants to party on, but if doesn't get an A+ on his history presentation, he'll flunk out and be sent to a military school in Alaska. See them in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.

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Manny
236

Surly and sarcastic, Manny travels alone and prefers it that way. See them in Ice Age.

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Agent K
134

A no-nonsense pro, Agent K has dedicated his whole life to his job. See them in Men in Black.

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Meg Griffin
212

Awkward and anxious. It's not easy being Meg Griffin. See them in Family Guy.

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Crash Bandicoot
183

Illiterate and oblivious, Crash Bandicoot is still a hero. See them in Crash Bandicoot.

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Gretchen Ross
93

Blunt but anxious, Gretchen Ross bonds most easily with those who have lived tough lives like she has. See them in Donnie Darko.

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J. Daniel Atlas
157

Playing his cards close to his vest, J. Daniel Atlas believes the closer you look, the less you see. See them in Now You See Me.

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Bob Parr / Mr. Incredible
205

Bob Parr is an ex-superhero now focused on being a dad, but he misses the action. See them in The Incredibles.