***What the fuck? Why is this getting so many views? I don't even have good taste!***
I was bored, so I went hunting for something I could do without actually drawing anything... I might do this again in the future, except I'll draw it myself next time. For now, this is just a time waster. Absolutely nothing was drawn by me; but all pictures/images do belong to their original owners, and not any fan artists. However, if you do see that a piece of your art is in there, then by all means alert me and I will replace it.
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And now for the list. God shoot me now. All characters are property of their respective owners. No infringement is intended. However, I'm not going to list the creators, but I shall list from where they are from unless stated otherwise. From left to right:
Lyude from Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean I love this red-headed gentleman. He is driven by justice, but he is also compassionate and kind. He's also a very bad ass fighter when he wants to be.
Sweeney Todd from Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street This is my favorite musical. The Johnny Depp and Tim Burton combo always wins.
Sailor Mercury from Sailor Moon I think she was actually my first favorite anime character; does it count if I didn't know it was anime when I was 7?
Severus Snape from Harry Potter Never too old to be emo, Snape. Never too old to be emo.
Gogo Yubari from Kill Bill Everyone knows it; she the scariest schoolgirl we've seen. Her sweet little giggles and sudden bursts of sadism are why we love her.
Itachi Uchiha from Naruto He is the world's most loyal elder brother, after all. You have to respect that, if anything.
Dory from Finding Nemo She can speak whale, you guys. That in itself is reason to adore the forgetful blue tang.
Grell Sutcliffe from Kuroshitsuji A flamingly gay chainsaw-wielding rebel shinigami who aids Jack the Ripper in crimson clothes and shoes to DIE for? Yes please.
Legolas from Lord of the Rings Ah, the elf. You have to love Legolas and his constant bromantic squabbles with Gimli, not to mention his golden locks and undeniable skill with pretty much everything elven.
Joker from The Dark Knight Heath Ledger's last, and greatest, performance. The Joker's madness and deliriousness make him a fantastic character who always manages to surprise you. Why so serious?
The Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland I had always admired the quirky yet dark, kind yet harsh, all-knowing yet oblivious Cheshire Cat.
Edward Scissorhands from Edward Scissorhands Tim Burton's first great creation. Edward was a character that was easy to fall in love with as you watched him try and adapt to modern life in Suburbia and learn to express his feelings. He is an iconic figure that represents an entire portion of society, and his bittersweet end makes audiences feel sad and guilty, but it also symbolizes hope and love. How can you not like such an important symbol in our society?
Kimimaro Kaguya from Naruto This kid was only in like, 2 of the books, and yet he has so many fans. Which I can understand; he was a tragic character, who died under false hopes and dreams, and the demise of such an honorable and polite young shinobi must have sparked some sort of sympathy. Kimimaro was different from most of the generic sound nin, because you got a glimpse into his past, and understood his loyalty and situation. He was not overly cocky or barbaric, and proved to be one of the most graceful and almost whimsical characters in the series.
Jethro Gibbs from NCIS Gibbs: DiNozzo! Why are you touching his face? DiNozzo: I don't know. It's soft, like touching a bunny rabbit. Gibbs: Don't.
Wes from Pokemon Colosseum He's the oldest, tallest pokemon trainer out there. He's 17, an ex-criminal, and wears skinny jeans and a fitted trench coat. So N can kiss my ass.
Tokiya Mikagami from Flame of Recca Possibly the most feminine looking male I've seen to date. But he is pretty epic, and so far he's my favorite character in Flame of Recca.
Bubbles from Powderpuff Girls She was always my favorite Powderpuff Girl. Made from sugar and spice and everything nice...
Alien from Alien Let's face it. It doesn't get much scarier than a 7-foot tall, acid filled, black and slimy, creepy crawly, drooling and hissing, clawed and sneaky creature that has a tail capable of lopping your head off, a small, a retractable mouth in his already horrifying mouth, the ability to swim, and a queen that lays creatures which latch onto your face, lay its egg in your chest, and then bust out through your rib cage. Am I right or am I right?
Hannibal King from Blade: Trinity Hannibal King: You know, at some point, you, uh, you might wanna consider sitting down with somebody. You know, have a little share time? Kick back. Get in touch with your inner child, that sorta thing. Also, just a thought, but you might wanna consider blinking once in a while. [Blade stops and slowly turns to look at Hannibal] Hannibal King: I'm sorry, I, uh... I ate a lot of sugar today.
Orochimaru from Naruto Mmm... you know, like all of you normal people out there, I was actually really irked and creeped out by the snake sannin. But after like, year, my opinion kind of morphed from: " Ugh! What a creepy bastard... Look at that tongue; gross!" To: " Mmm... look at what that tongue could do.. ~<3" and took a turn for... the worse? The better? I'll let you decide.
Cyber6 and Data7 from Cyber6 Oh man, this was like, one of my favorite shows of all time when I was a kid. I'd watch it almost every time it was on; even re-runs. I absolutely loved Cyber6, a woman who dressed as a man by day and worked with a colleague whom she was falling in love with, and a night she would travel the city skyline with her brother, who was put in the body of a black panther, to try and get revenge on her worst enemy and stop crime. It was the greatest thing ever.
Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean Jack Sparrow: Why is the rum gone? Elizabeth: One: because it is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels. Two: that signal is over a thousand feet high. The entire royal navy is out looking for me; do you think there is even the slightest chance they wont see it? Jack Sparrow: But why is the rum gone?
Link from Zelda The majestically silent Link. The only sounds that ever come out of his mouth are battle yells and short grunts. I find this not only amusing, but also remarkable. You understand him and his intentions simply through his actions; no explanations needed. It's amazing because he doesn't have to say that he is the hero of time or explain himself or his feelings; you just kind of know. It's great.
Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon Goddamn Toothless has leaped into everyone's heart simply on the basis that he acts like a cat! It's fucking ridiculous! I hate him, yet he's here for some confounded reason! GODDAMN NIGHTFURY!
Samara Morgan from The Ring My favorite horror movie antagonist; a little girl who uses a video tape to haunt all those who come across her tragic tale in a hungry vengeful fury. A spirit set on killing and never sleeping... very wonderful.
Abby Sciuto from NCIS Abby:We’re talking cleaner than clean, whiter than white. You put him in a line up with snow, snow’s going to jail.
Phantom from Marchen Awakens Romance Ah Phantom, you crazy bastard... and yet he is the most caring villain I've seen so far. He fights to protect the rights of his people and, for good reasons, hates humans. He is not a sadistic, stone-cold killer; his genocidal intentions are fueled by self-righteous emotions. He despises humans because they are selfish, greedy, and relentless. He truly believes that MAR would be better off without them, and so he tried to get of them. Had he not been so violent and hateful, I honestly think that he could have been just as good a hero as Ginta.
Giggles from Happy Tree Friends I don't know why, but she's favorite. I love her in the Valentine's special. ACHOO!
Charlie and the Unicorn from Charlie the Unicorn The door is everything: all that once was, and all that will be! The door controls time and space, love and death! The door can see into your mind, the door can see into YOUR SOULLLLL! Charlie: Really? The door can do all that? Unicorn: Haha, no.
Naraku from Inuyasha This is odd in itself, but believe it or not, Naraku was my first favorite anime character ever. Like, legit. I had always admired how deviously enigmatic he was, and how he always managed to get past every situation that would have kept him from his goals. Every single time he encountered his enemies, he would do something different or unexpected, or create new, insidious, sadistic plots. Once I read the manga, I only begun to like him more because of the fact that he was the only antagonist I had heard of that actually got what they wanted. Sure, once he got it, he realized how much he actually didn't desire it, but still. Throughout the entire plot of Inuyasha, Naraku's name is spoken of constantly with malice, and unlike most popular mangas nowadays that have numerous main villains, Naraku was the only true bad guy, the one who could be blamed in some form for every character's misery. So kudos to him for being so delightfully evil.
Horatio Caine from CSI: Miami Burn Baby Burn. *puts on sunglasses, walks calmly away from huge car explosion* Oh Horatio, you sly dog you.
Banjo and Kazooie from Banjo and Kazooie Oh, I don't know, maybe it's the fact that Banjo Tooie was THE BEST FUCKING THING THAT EVER HAPPENED TO MY LIFE.
Hannibal Lecter from Silence of the Lambs A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
William T. Spears from Kuroshitsuji He's so stoic and cold... for some reason I like this.
Wile E. Coyote from the Roadrunner show So close, and yet so far. Your antics have amused millions, and we all know you will continue to lose forever. Yet we love you.
Kenny from South Park Don't you dare kill Kenny-- YOU BASTARD! YOU KILLED KENNY!
Lawliet (L) from Death Note He will have your cake whether you let him or not. And I'm afraid that is all there is to it.
Kabuto Yakushi from Naruto I never did enjoy the stereotypical, painfully obedient pawns. Kabuto, however, is a subtly challenging and fairly unpredictable little spy. He voices his opinions and often has little squabbles with his master. He seems to be able to challenge Orochimaru without any serious consequences, which makes him an interesting character due to his apparent privileges. I find his antics amusing.
Predator from Predator Oh come on, who doesn't like Predator? He's so bad ass... he can go invisible and has a lot of nifty gadgets, like a wrist bomb and a laser guided plasma-missile thing on his shoulder. He also wears fishnet. INSTA WIN.
Princess Peach from Super Mario I've loved her blonde obliviousness and high-pitched voice since Super Smash Bros. Brawl. I can take on three level 9 Bowsers with that skipping princess.
Neo from The Matrix He's the one.
Sheik from Zelda She's so great... I loved her in Ocarina of Time, and really liked her in Super Smash Bros. too. She's so reminiscent of a classical ninja and a desert assassin... It's great.
Donald "Ducky" Mallard from NCIS "It reminds me of this one case... "
Peta from Marchen Awakens Romance Phantom's bestie... they had an epic bromance going on. It was terrible when he died, seeing as Phantom cried... D: Villains don't cry for much, so you know that when they do, it's serious business.
Wallace Wells from the Scott Pilgrim series I honestly think that Wallace Wells is my favorite gay Canadian. He has an oddly charming character that doesn't represent the stereotype, seeing as he is refreshingly lax. And he also has some of the best lines in the books. " Watch out! It's that one guy!"
Waka from Okami An eccentric French man and rival when you first meet him... but he grows on you quickly, especially towards the end when you find out his true identity and intentions.
Buck from Ice Age 3: The Meltdown The name's Buck. Short for Buckminster. Long for Buh.
Team Rocket from Pokemon Alright, so they're failures as bad guys... but everyone knows who they are, and everyone likes them at some point. They've been around so long and so often that you just know that their theme will be stuck in the back of your head for your entire life. And that's just fine.
Alex Louis Armstrong from Fullmetal Alchemist I love this man. So much. I can't even put my admiration into words.
Scar from Lion King He was so evil and cruel, and had you believing that for a second there, he would reconsider and save Mufasa... but then he smirked and left him fall to his demise... that sneaky lion.
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