Frank -Donnie Darko
Jack Skellington - Nightmare Before Christmas
Jack Mort - The Dark Tower
Howard Roark - The Fountainhead
Temperance Brennan - Bones
Sheldon - The Big Bang Theory
Hermione Granger - Harry Potter
Haruhi Fujioka - Ouran High School Host Club
Kyoya Ootori - Ouran High School Host Club
Utena Tenjou - Revolutionary Girl Utena
Haha, I see you like six-foot-tall bunny rabbits too
Brennan's another one of my favorites, although the limit was 10
Crap. Let me try to narrow it down. In no particular order,
1) Willow from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (INFJ)
2) Charles Wallace from Madeleine L'engle's Time Quartet. (INFJ)
3) DEATH from Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. (INTJ)
4) Death from Neil Gaiman's Sandman series. (ENTJ)
5) Starbuck from the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica series. (ISTP)
6) Batman. My favourite comic book hero ever. (no idea)
7) Kitty Pryde, X-Men. I love her to death (in AXM and beyond). (ENFJ)
8) Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, Angel the Series. Dark Wesley = awesome. (INTJ)
9) Captain Malcolm Reynolds, Firefly/Serenity. His amoral but ethical awesomeness knows no bounds. (xNTP)
10) Elinor Dashwood, from Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. (ISFJ)
I find it difficult to love/empathise with a fictional person from a movie. It just doesn't have the time/scope to explore a person's psyche completely. That's why I didn't include any characters from movies. Also, I find it interesting that it's 5F:5M.
Edited to try to type them.
Heyyyy, 5 females and 5 males in my list too, with Kitty Pryde on both!
Although, I do think Willow was INFP She just seemed too random for an INFJ, that and she seemed Fi dominant IMO. Then again, it's been years since I saw the series, so who knows.
Amalthea (The Last Unicorn)
Guybrush Threepwood (Monkey Island)
Mr. Teatime (Discworld)
Morgan le Fay (Arthurian legend)
Hal "Otacon" Emmerich (Metal Gear Solid)
Mercutio (Romeo and Juliet)
Red Mage (8-bit Theatre)
Birkoff (La Femme Nikita)
5w4 - Idiosyncratic/Leisurely/Dramatic
It's the devil's way now.
1. Edmond Dantčs
2. Dr. Greg House
3. Keyser Söze
4. Beatrix Kiddo (aka Black Mamba)
5. Alex DeLarge
6. John 'Jack' Torrance
7. Inspector Jacques Clouseau
8. The Doctor
9. Frank (of the rabbit type)
10. Temperance Brennan (I love her character, Sweets is a classic too)
Freude, schĂ¶ner GĂ¶tterfunken Tochter aus Elysium, Wir betreten feuertrunken, Himmlische, dein Heiligtum! Deine Zauber binden wieder Was die Mode streng geteilt; Alle Menschen werden BrĂĽder, Wo dein sanfter FlĂĽgel weilt.
Sam Spade (The Maltese Falcoln)
Winnie the Pooh
Ivan (The Grand Inquisitor/Brothers Karamozov. I havn't read the entire Brothers Karamozov yet so this may be premature)
Harry and Lloyd (Dumb and Dumber)
Dean Moriarty (On the Road)
Vesper Lynd (Casino Royal)
Will Smith's character in I, robot
Natalie Portman's character in Garden state
Joe (Station Agent)
Lestat (but sometimes I he's too annoying)
Giles and Willow from Buffy
Fictional Kevin Rudd PM
I gave up on making a definitive list of my favorites, and just tried to name the 10 that came to mind (trying for 5/5). I'll probably come up with another ten tomorrow:
1. Donna Noble (Doctor Who): Made of awesome.
2. Takeru T (Digimon): Made of brave. I think I might have cheered when he punched Ken. (Competition with Gatomon, I got to be honest.)
3. Hiyono Yuizaki (Spiral: Bonds of Reasoning): The only real genius in the series. I'm going to ignore any ending retcon which would attempt to reduce her awesomeness and skills.
4. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
5. Wesley Wyndam Pryce (Angel): I just couldn't resist stealing this one from the first page
6. Yuki Sohma (Fruits Basket): Didn't really like him at first, but his journey of self-actualization was really touching.
7. Mrs. Frisby (and the Rats of Nimh)
8. Charles Morgan (Witch Week): Yeah, he's a somewhat evil, most selfish, miserable 11-year-old. But he's a funny one. A "Simon says" spell on a teacher's pet named "Simon" = major funnies.
9. The Monkey King: Cause the antics don't stop being hilarious.
10. Samsoon Kim (My Lovely Samsoon): A great character in a storyline that would ordinarily piss-me-off, makes it absolutely palatable. Both self-respecting and vulnerable.