Most Popular Characters
A no-nonsense hitman with a taste for good burgers and divine justice, Jules Winnfield will go to great lengths to please his boss. See him in Pulp Fiction.
V is a violent anarchist with literally nothing left to lose. But, he might have a point. See him in V for Vendetta.
Madoka Kaname's new world of witches is challenging her optimism. Still, even in the worst of circumstances, she holds onto hope. See her in Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
Spike Spiegel is a bounty-hunter with a laidback style and lightning-quick moves. See him in Cowboy Bebop.
Resourceful and pragmatic, Selina Kyle always keeps in mind her number one priority: herself. See her in Gotham.
The brilliant and well-adjusted Ender Wiggin is being groomed for the next generation of military leaders to fight alien invaders. See him in Ender's Game.
Yuri Plisetsky's a hotheaded punk off the ice, incredible artist on it. See him in Yuri on Ice.
Trying to get through school without being a burden to anyone, Tohru Honda stays cheerful despite her difficulties. See her in Fruits Basket.
Optimus Prime is a shapeshifting sentient robot leading a team of robots to stop evil from taking over. See him in Transformers.
An obsessive schoolgirl, Yuno has two sides to her personality, and both are equally unnerving. See her in The Future Diary.
Cinder has been beaten down by the world, but she's learning that her cyborg abilities are pretty helpful. See them in Cinder .
As a psychokinetic who was raised in a lab, Eleven is finding Indiana to be a scary world. But at least she's discovered Eggo waffles. See her in Stranger Things.
His superiority complex coupled with his bitter desire for revenge makes Vegeta a formidable foe. See him in Dragon Ball Z.
In love with a daughter of his family's sworn enemies, Romeo Montague must find a way to reconcile his conflicting desires. See him in Romeo & Juliet.
If Yuri Katsuki can boost his confidence, he will win over the crowds with his artistry. See him in Yuri on Ice.
When it comes to flattery, manipulation, and politics, Oswald Cobblepot can play with the best of them. See him in Gotham.
There's no obstacle too great for this charismatic treasure-hunter. See him in Uncharted.
Ron Burgundy is a news anchor who signs off with "Stay classy, San Diego" or whatever his teleprompter says. Bonus: he plays the jazz flute. See him in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
If Jack Torrance is one of his moods, you'll be the unlucky victim of the most bone-chilling, sinister yellers around. Bring your own axe. See him in The Shining.
When it comes to dancing and life, nobody puts Frances Houseman in the corner. See her in Dirty Dancing.
Wise beyond his years, Ashitaka is a dutiful young prince who respects the balance of life. See him in Princess Mononoke.
A debonair spy, Harry Hart is the epitome of a gentleman, even when he calmly takes down multiple men with a militarized umbrella. See him in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
A daring hacker, Trinity is one of the few rebels who escaped the Matrix, a simulation in which most of humanity is enslaved. See her in The Matrix.
Tamaki Suoh is always the star of the scene because he's the one making a scene. See him in Ouran High School Host Club.