Because you like Faye Valentine in Cowboy Bebop
While his twin tries to save lives, Millions Knives does the best to end them. See them in Trigun.
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.
Kagami Hiiragi keeps her grades up, helps at Takanomiya Shrine, serves as class president, and hangs out with her friends. See them in Lucky Star.
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.
Fate has forced Amuro into the terrors of war, and he must use the Gundam and all of its power if he is to make it out alive. See them in Mobile Suit Gundam Series.
After Rintarou Okabe develops the Phone Microwave, some of his fantasies start to seem uncomfortably real. See them in Steins;Gate.
Char is always thinking two or three steps ahead of the enemy. See them in Mobile Suit Gundam Series.
If Anna Liebert could remember her past, maybe she would know who she is. See them in Monster (TV Show).
If it means fulfilling her ambitions, Satsuki Kiryuin will show neither shame nor hesitation. See them in Kill la Kill.
The "runt" of his biker gang, Tetsuo Shima grapples with a perpetual inferiority complex. See them in Akira.
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.