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Charles Xavier / Professor X
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Charles Xavier is a telepath who believes mutants and humans are both good at heart and can live in harmony. See him in X-Men Series.

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Peggy Carter
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Taking down villains, standing up to sexism, and pulling off a bright-red lipstick are all in a day's work for Agent Peggy Carter. See her in Captain America: the First Avenger.

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Winnie the Pooh
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Winnie the Pooh is a chubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff. See him in Winnie the Pooh.

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Charlie Kelmeckis
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Charlie Kelmeckis is a wallflower who's starting to blossom into something more. See him in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

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Rose DeWitt Bukater
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The only thing that can match Rose's looks are her hot temper and free spirit. See her in Titanic.

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

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Howl
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Howl puts the "tortured" in tortured artist. He just wants to be recognized for his work, but no one wants to trust a boy that sorta looks like a bird. See him in Howl's Moving Castle.

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Magneto
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This metal-bending mutant may be misaligned with the genetically normal people of the world, but Magneto's got class for days. See him in X-Men Series.

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Mystique
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Mystique is a shape-shifting mutant who, after too many disappointments, does not want to co-exist with humans. See her in X-Men Series.

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Homer Simpson
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Homer Simpson is a beer-loving disaster in charge of nuclear safety in Springfield. Everybody run! See him in The Simpsons.

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Sandy Olsen
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Sandy Olsen is out of her head, hopelessly devoted to Danny. See her in Grease.

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Nick Fury
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Nick Fury is an enigmatic, manipulative, and eye-patched director of the Avengers Initiative. See him in Marvel's The Avengers.

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John Bender
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John Bender's interests include marijuana, fighting, and breaking the rules. See him in The Breakfast Club.

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Vision
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A caring, curious, and considerate android, Vision could crush your skull if he had to. But he'd rather not. See him in Marvel's The Avengers.

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Kermit
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A level-headed show business icon despite his amphibian status, Kermit is the brains behind the success of the Muppets. See him in The Muppet Movie.

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Emmet Brickowski
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Emmet Brickowski is so upbeat it's not even human. Everything is AWESOME! See him in The Lego Movie.

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Veronica Sawyer
1520

Veronica Sawyer thinks that if you were happy every day of your life you wouldn't be a human being, you'd be a game-show host. See her in Heathers.

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Jenko
1498

Jenko was top dog in high school. Now he's bottom of the pack in the police academy. See him in 21 Jump Street.

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Sam Wilson
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When their organization was infiltrated by evil HYDRA, who was the one guy Captain America trusted? A former soldier with kickass wings named Sam Wilson. See him in Marvel's The Avengers.

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Mr. Spock
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Captain Spock is on a five-year mission exploring the final frontier and boldly going where no man has gone before. See him in Star Trek.

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Kiki
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A plucky 13-year-old with a flair for the dramatic, Kiki is a witch in training. See her in Kiki's Delivery Service.

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Alphonse Elric
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A gentle alchemist who is soul-bound to a giant suit of armor, Alphonse Elric is growing into the responsibility handed to him. See him in Fullmetal Alchemist.

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Tracy Turnblad
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Tracy Turnblad's got rhythm, and she's determined to share her dance moves with the world. See her in Hairspray.

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Storm
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A weather-controlling mutant, Storm doesn't just use her powers to ruin Magneto's day with unexpected showers. She is truly a badass. See her in X-Men Series.