Who's your favorite fictional character?
be it in movies, books or tv, who's favorite character you wish was real?
Nick Carter a.k.a Killmaster N3 of AXE from the action-spy-espionage Nick Carter thrillers written by some collection of writers under the pen name Nick Carter!
I am yet to complete that series. Please if you have some, is there anyway you can make it available to me?
Little Red Riding Hood - It's been every child's childhood favorite. There's so many twist to the story too.
John Dortmunder - from the books by Donald E. Westlake (start with The Hot Rock - and read from there)
That's easy. Jean Louise "Scout" Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird. She's wise beyond her years, socially aware and definitely not a girly-girl.
oh yes she's adorable. matured beyond her age but still so innocent in some ways.
Scout will always be an icon. There should be a group of "girl scouts" ha ha ha... in her honor.
Rainbow Brite and the any one of the Smurfs but if you are looking for a character from a non cartoon then I would have to choose Ponyboy from The Outsiders. I enjoyed the whole book but his character went through a lot of growth.
Richard Sharpe- a fictional 19th Century British officer from the Sharpe series written by Bernard Cornwell.
Leopold Bloom. His encounter with the Citizen still rings in my ears.
Peter Parker ... Besides the spider powers, we have a lot of the same issues ... student loans, financial problems, wife problems (though they discontinued that storyline) ...
Luke from The Gilmore Girls ... All he wants is to be left alone and not be made to change the way he feels about anything.
My favorite ficitional character is Qaudir in the book Tru to the Game. He was a hustler, but he fell in love with this young lady. The way their love was for each other and his respect for her. I couldn't get enough of him. It goes to show, that no matter what walk of life a person is taking, love is on top.
My absolute all time favorite is Aslan in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. There isn't a more noble creature in literature.
Steve Rogers aka Captain America. Probably the most humble superhero.
I have many...Guinevere of Camelot and Superman for starters...many more..Princess Irulan and Chani and Lady Jessica of Dune...I can go on and on..
This is an easy one, Butters from South Park. When life gets tough and you need a break from reality, a South Park episode that features Butters will always make me laugh out loud.
I'd say Huckleberry Finn. I like the way he talks and the way he thinks about things. To me, he is the source of humor in all the stories that he is in.
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