In Pixels, Lady Lisa (Ashley Benson) may be the main character of the video game Dojo Quest, but that doesn't stop the weird but brilliant Ludlow Lamonsoff from falling in love with the beautiful pixellated warrioress.
In the eponymous Nintendo and iOS game series, Cooking Mama teaches you to chop vegetables, slice meats, flip foods in the pan, and arrange dishes. Since then, Cooking Mama has diversified into new activities like gardening, camping, and babysitting, wearing the same outfit through it all.
In Steven Universe, Buck Dewey is a resident of Beach City and the son of Mayor Bill Dewey. He has a laid back personality and is open-minded, although he does dislike “nasty stuff”.
In the DC comic series The Sandman, Death is both the end of life and the guider of souls. Unlike most personifications of death, like the grim reaper, she is a young goth woman dressed in casual clothes who also visits people as they are born.
In Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (or DanMachi for short), Hestia is a goddess who’s charged with watching over the young adventurer Bell Crannell. When he develops feelings for other girls, she can’t help but feel jealous, though she never lets that get in the way of her duty.
In Spider-Man 3, Harry Osborn (James Franco) is the dedicated son of Norman Osborn. Believing that his father was murdered by Spider-Man, and that Spider-Man is really his best friend Peter Parker, Harry decides to battle him directly as New Goblin.