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Diana Prince / Wonder Woman
1977

Diana Prince is using a truth-telling lasso and super-strength to make Earth a little more like Paradise. See her in DC Extended Universe.

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Clary Fray
1945

Clary Fray's philosophy: dive into the supernatural underworld first and ask questions later. See her in City of Bones.

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Elizabeth Bennet
1902

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Elizabeth Bennet doesn't suffer fools or prideful men. See her in Pride & Prejudice.

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Jace Wayland
1828

Whether he's fighting or flirting, Jace Wayland is all swagger. See him in City of Bones.

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Tinkerbell
1764

If you believe if fairies, you better believe in Tinkerbell. See her in Peter Pan.

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Elphaba Thropp
1754

Years of being a social outcast have taken a toll, but Elphaba is willing to be wicked if it means she can do good. See her in Wicked .

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Gollum
1720

Gollum is slimy and seething with hatred, the last person you would want to meet in a dark cave. See him in The Lord of the Rings.

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Poison Ivy
1663

Poison Ivy is a seductive, venomous botanist laments the fact that there are so many people to kill, yet so little time. See her in DC Extended Universe.

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Hannah Baker
1663

Hannah Baker is a buoyant spirit broken by the cruelties of high school. See her in Thirteen Reasons Why .

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Alison DiLaurentis
1652

Alison DiLaurentis believes you're always better off with a really good lie. See her in Pretty Little Liars.

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Edward Cullen
1601

A 100-plus-year-old who looks like a dreamy teenager, Edward Cullen warns girls to avoid him, which makes them want him even more. See him in Twilight.

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Hannibal Lecter
1581

Armed guards, FBI agents, notorious serial killers – Hannibal Lecter has bested them all, with time to finish dessert afterwards. See him in The Silence of the Lambs.

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Jacob Black
1555

Jacob Black is the boy next door who's also the wolf next door. See him in Twilight.

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Bella Swan
1532

Bella Swan thinks of it as her job to help her parents and protect her friends, even though it often ends up the other way around. See her in Twilight.

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Eowyn
1522

Eowyn isn’t allowed to fight, but then again, when have rules ever stopped her? See her in The Lord of the Rings.

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Sophie Hatter
1492

Once a lonely hat maker, Sophie Hatter is now cleaning goo from bathtubs and cooking breakfast for the grumpiest wizard in all the land. See her in Howl's Moving Castle.

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Superman / Clark Kent
1450

Whether it's punching a meteor or saving a teen from jumping, Superman tries to be in as many places as Kryptonianly possible. See him in DC Extended Universe.

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Fitzwilliam Darcy
1419

Sophisticated and aloof, Darcy couldn’t care less about marriage, despite women throwing themselves upon him with wishes of matrimony. See him in Pride & Prejudice.

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Jay Gatsby
1409

While Jay Gatsby doesn't necessarily like to attend his parties, he knows how to throw a world-class bash. See him in The Great Gatsby.

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Buttercup
1399

Buttercup is a farm girl turned princess who'd do anything to have her old life back. See her in The Princess Bride.

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James Bond
1368

We defy you to find a man who's ever been cooler while simply saying his own name. See him in Casino Royale.

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Ponyboy Curtis
1366

Ponyboy Curtis is a "Greaser" on the surface, but he's a sensitive poet underneath. See him in The Outsiders.

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Patrick Bateman
1357

Wearing couture pinstripe suits over his cut abs, banker Patrick has a way with the ladies. But his relationships never end well. See him in American Psycho.

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Death
1329

There are certain souls the surprisingly sensitive Death would rather not reap. See him in The Book Thief.