Because you like Misato Katsuragi in Neon Genesis Evangelion
Undercover as an average high school student, Kallen Stadtfeld is actually most at ease when the action's fast, furious, and dangerous. See them in Code Geass.
Suzaku Kururugi defeats enemies with his flashy but deadly jump kicks. But he's willing to sacrifice himself for peace. See them in Code Geass.
For the sake of science, Kurisu Makise will persevere no matter how deep into the dark secrets of the world she finds herself. See them in Steins;Gate.
What Mako Mankanshoku lacks in common sense, she makes up for in sheer optimism and force of personality. See them in Kill la Kill.
Misaki Nakahara is keeping tabs on her newest project: recluse Tatsuhiro Sato. See them in Welcome to the NHK.
If it means fulfilling her ambitions, Satsuki Kiryuin will show neither shame nor hesitation. See them in Kill la Kill.
An alien, a time-traveler, and an esper are following Haruhi Suzumiya, who – unknown to herself – is a near-omnipotent reality warper. See them in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
After Rintarou Okabe develops the Phone Microwave, some of his fantasies start to seem uncomfortably real. See them in Steins;Gate.
After alien Haruko rides in on her Vespa, giant robots spouting from Naota Nandaba's forehead soon become the least of his worries. See them in FLCL.
Konata Izumi has a live-now, worry-later view of the world. See them in Lucky Star.
For Celty Sturluson, it's rather upsetting to be the only headless girl in a city filled with full-bodied humans. See them in Durarara!!.
The witty Aku would be an ideal dinner guest, if he weren't a demon. See them in Samurai Jack.