Because you like Rose Hathaway in Vampire Academy
Nicholas Angel is super-dedicated to his job as a police officer. Maybe a little too dedicated. See them in Hot Fuzz.
The personification of America is all about superheroes, hamburgers, and spreading democracy and justice. See them in Axis Powers Hetalia.
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.
Thanks to the contributions of this 14-year-old, the world is only occasionally destroyed by his grandfather. See them in Rick and Morty.
With most of the people that Sango loved now gone, the only thing she wants is to kill the demon who destroyed her village. See them in Inuyasha.
Philip J. Fry accidentally cryogenically froze himself for a millennium. See them in Futurama.
Dee Reynolds is selfish, narcissistic, and a target of extremely cruel ridicule. See them in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia .
Adults call him troubled and kids call him crazy, but Donnie Darko is too busy following the instructions of a giant bunny rabbit to care. See them in Donnie Darko.
GLaDOS will supply the food when you get together: a delicious cake. Of course, it could just be a trap so she can kill you. It’s hard to say. See them in Portal Series.
The only defense Earth has against alien invaders are giant robots in the hands of pilots like Kaworu. See them in Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Kenny McCormick is a boy of few words who likes nudie mags, NASCAR, monster trucks, origami, and Peruvian pan flute bands. See them in South Park.
Kyle Broflovski is an motional fourth-grader who plays Guitar Hero, speaks Pig Latin, and fights with his "Fat Ass" friend Cartman. See them in South Park.