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Clary Fray
1758

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

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Ron Swanson
1757

Ron Swanson is the man's man's man's man. See him in Parks and Recreation.

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Charles Xavier / Professor X
1719

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
1718

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
1710

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

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Charlie Kelmeckis
1704

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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Steven Universe
1689

Steven Universe is an excitable youth who likes junk food and trying to save the world. See him in Steven Universe.

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Jace Wayland
1685

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

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Rose DeWitt Bukater
1684

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

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Howl
1671

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
1666

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
1658

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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Rory Gilmore
1658

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.

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Homer Simpson
1635

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
1633

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

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Nick Fury
1631

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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Leslie Knope
1631

Leslie Knope can accomplish anything, literally anything, with a little grit and help from her office. See her in Parks and Recreation.

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Diana Prince
1628

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

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Buffy Summers
1613

Good fashion? Check. Snarky quips? Check. Supernatural evil-fighting powers? Also check. See her in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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John Bender
1609

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

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Michael Scott
1603

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.

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Clarke Griffin
1594

A natural leader, Clarke Griffin dispenses both justice and mercy, and she does it all while being selflessly humble. See her in The 100.

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Ciel Phantomhive
1583

Ciel Phantomhive is a haughty teenage nobleman who doesn't suffer fools gladly. See him in Black Butler.

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Soul
1569

While he might be too cool for school, Soul isn't too cool to do the right thing. See him in Soul Eater.