Because you like James Gordon in Gotham
As the Rose Bride, Anthy Himemiya is a spectator in the fencing matches fought over her and her power "to revolutionize the world." See them in Revolutionary Girl Utena.
After Rintarou Okabe develops the Phone Microwave, some of his fantasies start to seem uncomfortably real. See them in Steins;Gate.
Love Quinn is a trained chef and excellent girlfriend, but she's hiding something dark. And bloody. See them in You.
After becoming accepted into the group of popular girls, Tracy Freeland has turned from a sweet and reserved teenager into a monster. See them in thirteen.
Nadine Franklin likes to wallow in her misery almost as much as she likes to torment her mother. See them in The Edge of Seventeen.
Herion is Mark Renton's favorite drug. He sniffs it, smokes it, swallows it, sticks it up his arse, and injects it into his veins. See them in Trainspotting.
While Cassie Ainsworth's head is always in the clouds, her heart is always in the right place. See them in Skins.
Lady Bird's heart is in the right place, usually, but even the purest of people can fall sway to the havoc-wreaking traps of senior year. See them in Lady Bird.
A crabby troll, Karkat Vantas is perpetually angry about his lot in life. See them in Homestuck.
The cutest kitty this side of the galaxy, Nepeta Leijon is mischievous, caring, and obsessed with romance. See them in Homestuck.
Cynical, judgmental, and hipper-than-thou, Enid Coleslaw wears her outsider status like a badge of honor. See them in Ghost World.
What Mako Mankanshoku lacks in common sense, she makes up for in sheer optimism and force of personality. See them in Kill la Kill.