In the Lovely Bones, a novel by Alice Sebold and adapted to film by Peter Jackson, Susie Salmon (Saoirse Ronan) is a teenage girl who is murdered. From her personal heaven, she witnesses her friends and family struggle to move on with their lives, and comes to terms with her own tragic death.
In Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, the newborn Princess Aurora is cursed by Maleficent, causing the King to fear for her safety and hide her away in a woodcutter’s cottage until her sixteenth birthday. She assumes the identity of Briar Rose, growing up into a beautiful woman with a beautiful singing voice.
In Stranger Things, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is a mysterious young girl with telekinetic powers and a limited vocabulary who appears in small town Indiana. Her name is taken from an “11” tattoo on her wrist. Mike Wheeler befriends the girl, nicknaming her El and showing her the wonders of his dad’s La-Z-Boy chair.
In the Venture Bros., Dr. Thaddeus “Rusty” Venture works in the field of super science. He’s constantly under the shadow of his famous father, who founded Venture Industries, but often cuts corners trying to make his own name.
In Naruto, Kakashi Hatake is the teacher of Team 7. Though he appears detached and apathetic, his loyalty to friends in beyond question.
Danny Fenton was a 14 year old boy, who had ghost hunting parents. His parents had built a machine that led into the Ghost Zone, which was an alternate dimension of Earth, where ghosts roam free. There are many dimensions inside of the Ghost Zone, of course, all which have a door that leads to another portal, either back into the ghost zone, or to the next dimension. His parents, Jack and Maddie Fenton, thought the machine didn’t work until Danny “looked” inside of it, tripped, and became our beloved, Danny Phantom.