Most Popular Characters
Rose Hathaway is a reckless, rebellious smartass who's training to be a royal vampire guardian. See them in Vampire Academy.
Fiercely independent and extremely hot-blooded, Ryuko Matoi prefers to work alone. See her in Kill la Kill.
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.
Spencer Reid's super-smarts helps catch killers, and his social awkwardness endears co-workers. See him in Criminal Minds.
Elio Perlman likes the piano, peaches, and his father's new research assistant a little too much. See him in Call Me by Your Name.
Resourceful and pragmatic, Selina Kyle always keeps in mind her number one priority: herself. See her in Gotham.
The poster child for relentless cheer and resilience, Kimmy Schmidt may be an abuse survivor but she's also a lover of dancing and karaoke, candy, and dolphins. See her in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
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.
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.
You don't teach a class called "How To Get Away With Murder" without knowing a thing or two about getting away with things. See her in How to Get Away with Murder.
Will Herondale is an emotionally distant bad boy with a secret. See them in Clockwork Angel .
Trying to get through school without being a burden to anyone, Tohru Honda stays cheerful despite her difficulties. See her in Fruits Basket.
Olivia Benson brings order to a world full of chaos. And she never forgets who she's fighting for. See her in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Newt Scamander is more comfortable with animals than people, even if the animals are super-dangerous magical creatures. See him in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
Noah Calhoun is lost without Allie, who seems to have moved on. See him in The Notebook.
Megamind is searching for purpose in a supervillain life without a superhero to fight. See him in Megamind.
Optimus Prime is a shapeshifting sentient robot leading a team of robots to stop evil from taking over. See him in Transformers.
Eragon is one part brave but three parts fool. See him in Eragon.
An obsessive schoolgirl, Yuno has two sides to her personality, and both are equally unnerving. See her in The Future Diary.
Edward Kenway can be reckless and greedy, but he's learning that his ancient ancestry carries a noble burden. See him in Assassin's Creed Series.
Ellen Ripley defines the word "badass." When she's not leading her crew on an interstellar voyage, she's slaying terrifying creatures. See her in Alien.
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.
An infamous vampire, Alucard is a one-man killing machine with a philosophical side. See him in Hellsing.
Stranded on Mars, Mark Watney is armed with quick wits, an electronic diary, disco music, and an undying resolve to make it back. See him in The Martian.