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Jack Harkness

Time agent, conman, companion – Jack Harkness has been all of that and more over the course of his long, strange life. If he’s not off adventuring with the Doctor, this omnisexual, immortal flirt can be found running the Torchwood Institute on Earth, defending the planet when the Doctor can’t.

The 9th Doctor

What can you say about the Doctor that hasn’t already been said over his show’s fifty-year history? He’s nine hundred years old, he’s an alien and he travels through time and space in a 1963 blue police call box. Also, sometimes he looks like Christopher Eccleston and that’s pretty fantastic.

Marty McFly

Michael J. Fox plays Martin “Marty” Seamus McFly, the main character in the Back to the Future series. When he hits 88 mph in Doc Brown’s DeLorean, he accidentally goes back in time, and must do everything in his power to avoid wiping out his own existence.

GOB Bluth

In Arrested Development, GOB is a longsuffering magician that can never seem to master his “illusions.” His doves die, his sleeves squirt lighter fluid, and his escape acts land him in the hospital. He likes his baggy magician’s garb to blow in the breeze as he dances across the stage to the synth strains of Europe’s “The Final Countdown.”

Link

Link (リンク in Japanese) is the fearless fictional character of Nintendo’s epic game, The Legend of Zelda series. Link has been fighting his way through the lands of Hyrule and battling enemies with his trusted mystic Master Sword and Light Arrows. Since 1986 to the present date, Zelda is still going strong!

Sherlock Holmes (BBC)

BBC’s Sherlock transports the eponymous detective from his Victorian-era home to the 21st century. While that may mean he’s solving crime with the assistance of modern technology and sending messages via text instead of telegram, his vast intelligence, deductive reasoning and gentleman’s dress sense all remain intact.

Dexter Morgan

A blood splatter analyst by day and a serial killer by night, Dexter Morgan walks the line between super villain and superhero. Whether you see his lifestyle choice as good or evil, you can’t deny he looks good doing it.

Richard Simmons

Richard Simmons is best known for his aerobic video series “Sweatin’ to the Oldies”. It’s hard to tell what’s more eccentric, his personality or his choice of workout gear.

Mister Rogers

Mister Rogers was our friendliest neighbor. He taught us something new everyday, but before he got started, he never failed to zip up his cardigan sweater and change into comfortable Keds while singing a song.

Ryu

Ryu is notably one of Street Fighters most popular characters. Premiering in the very first Street Fighter in 1987, he’s been hadoken-ing his way through a series of sequels, crossovers, and even mangas to date. He is arguably one of the most prominent icons in video game history. Just Google ‘Ryu’. Do it. You won’t.