Most Popular Characters
Clary Fray's philosophy: dive into the supernatural underworld first and ask questions later. See her in City of Bones.
Ron Swanson is the man's man's man's man. See him in Parks and Recreation.
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.
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.
Winnie the Pooh is a chubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff. See him in Winnie the Pooh.
Charlie Kelmeckis is a wallflower who's starting to blossom into something more. See him in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Steven Universe is an excitable youth who likes junk food and trying to save the world. See him in Steven Universe.
Whether he's fighting or flirting, Jace Wayland is all swagger. See him in City of Bones.
The only thing that can match Rose's looks are her hot temper and free spirit. See her in Titanic.
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.
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.
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.
Rory Gilmore usually can be found with her nose in a book and coffee in hand, talking with her mom as quickly as the words can spill out. See her in Gilmore Girls.
Homer Simpson is a beer-loving disaster in charge of nuclear safety in Springfield. Everybody run! See him in The Simpsons.
Sandy Olsen is out of her head, hopelessly devoted to Danny. See her in Grease.
Nick Fury is an enigmatic, manipulative, and eye-patched director of the Avengers Initiative. See him in Marvel's The Avengers.
Leslie Knope can accomplish anything, literally anything, with a little grit and help from her office. See her in Parks and Recreation.
Diana Prince is using a truth-telling lasso and super-strength to make Earth a little more like Paradise. See her in Wonder Woman.
Good fashion? Check. Snarky quips? Check. Supernatural evil-fighting powers? Also check. See her in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
John Bender's interests include marijuana, fighting, and breaking the rules. See him in The Breakfast Club.
Arguably the world's worst boss, Michael Scott is desperate for love, praise and a suggestion for an improv scene. See him in The Office.
A natural leader, Clarke Griffin dispenses both justice and mercy, and she does it all while being selflessly humble. See her in The 100.
Ciel Phantomhive is a haughty teenage nobleman who doesn't suffer fools gladly. See him in Black Butler.
While he might be too cool for school, Soul isn't too cool to do the right thing. See him in Soul Eater.