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    Default ISTJ's in popular culture

    Many of you might dislike ISTJ's, but I've always had a respect for them. And they are really cool in fiction. So to prove so I've made a list of ISTJ's in popular culture.

    Thorin Oakenshield from The Hobbit
    Celeborn and Haldir from The Lord of the Rings
    Master Chief from Halo
    Spock from Star Trek
    Auto from WALL-E
    Cyclops from X-Men
    Jarvis from MARVEL comics
    Bard the Bowman also from The Hobbit
    Mitchell Pritchett from Modern Family
    Henry from Selfie
    Nebula from Guardians of the Galaxy
    Beast from Beauty and the Beast
    and pretty much any henchmen in fiction who take orders and don't talk

    Who are some awesome fictional ISTJ's you know.

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    Heero Yuy is an ISTJ I think. I used to have a huge crush on him, and when I was trying to figure out what type he was, I think between everyone that talked about it we decided ISTJ.
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    I love ISTJs. More often than not, they're the character that can be described as "the jerk with a heart of gold". That's why they're usually my favorite characters.

    John Casey from Chuck is a classic ISTJ.
    Charles Winchester from M*A*S*H is a snob!ISTJ. (Still love him.)
    Odo from Star Trek: DS9 seems like an ISTJ. Also probably Worf. He's all, "Tradition honor blah blah blah."

    Also, I'm almost certain that Ron Swanson from Parks and Rec is an ISTJ.

    If this isn't an ISTJ speech, I don't know what is.

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    I think ISTJ fits the psycho vigilante profile pretty well.


    Rorschach, Watchmen:




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    Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants is ISTJ (or otherwise IXTJ). He's my favorite, I have a fondness for grumpy characters.

    Batman is sometimes portrayed as ISTJ, isn't he?
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    I think ISTJ also fits some of the characters who "snap" in movies. Falling Down with Michael Douglas comes to mind Falling Down (1993) - IMDb Also totally agree that vigilante types appear ISTJ'ish Death Wish series for instance.
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    Princess Leia- Star Wars

    Katniss Everdeen- The Hunger Games

    Ron Swanson- Parks and Recreation

    Captain Nemo- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (novel and movie)

    Rick Blaine- Casablanca

    Eeyore- Winnie the Pooh

    Eddard Stark- Game of Thrones

    Stanley Hudson- The Office

    Davey Jones- Pirates of the Carribbean

    Saruman- Lord of the Rings
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    Quote Originally Posted by bilbotook View Post
    Who are some awesome fictional ISTJ's you know.
    As above, Aragorn from LOTR is also an ISTJ (9w8).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankyMcFly View Post
    I think ISTJ also fits some of the characters who "snap" in movies. Falling Down with Michael Douglas comes to mind Falling Down (1993) - IMDb Also totally agree that vigilante types appear ISTJ'ish Death Wish series for instance.
    I thought Paul Kersey was portrayed more as a bleeding heart ISTP than anything else in the first Death Wish film. Not saying an ISTJ is incapable of being a liberal, just my take on Bronson's portrayal. He comes across as more ISTJ in the sequels though. He also comes off as an unhealthy 9 to me.
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    What about Deckard from Blade Runner?

    I could see him being ISTP but ISTJ could also be a good fit. I could see either type uttering the line to Rachel about only having a problem with replicants if they're a threat to society.
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