More Fun With Fictional Characters

A few other lists related to the Bloggers Select Their Favorite Fictional Characters post that went up today…

The fictional characters that just missed making the list with 3 votes

Yoda: “Star Wars”
William of Baskerville: “The Name of the Rose”
Will Kane: “High Noon”
Philip Marlowe: “The Long Goodbye”
Odysseus: “The Odyssey”
Montgomery Burns: “The Simpsons”
Michael Corleone: “The Godfather”
Magnum (Thomas): “Magnum P.I.”
Mad Max: From the “Mad Max” movies
Lord Peter Wimsey: From the Dorothy Sayers detective novels
Lloyd Dobbler: “Say Anything”
King Arthur: From Arthurian legend
John Galt: “Atlas Shrugged”
Jo March: “Little Women”
Huckleberry Finn “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”
Horatio Hornblower: From the Hornblower books.
Frodo Baggins: From the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy
Death: From Terry Pratchett’s books
Cyrano de Bergerac: “Cyrano de Bergerac”
Conan: From the stories of Robert E. Howard & others
Bugs Bunny: Warner Brothers Cartoon
Buffy Summers: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”
Basil Fawlty “Fawlty Towers”
Aslan: “Chronicles of Narnia”
Aragorn From the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy

My top 25 was as follows…

7 Of 9: “Star Trek”
Ash: From the “Evil Dead” series
James T. Kirk: “Star Trek”
Conan: From the books by Robert Howard (among others)
Dagny Taggart “Atlas Shrugged”
Daria: “Daria”
Drizzt Do’Urden: From the “Dark Elf Trilogy”
Duncan MacCloud, The Highlander: “Highlander”
Elric: From the Elric series by Michael Moorcock
Eric Draven: “The Crow”
Fafthrd: “Fafthrd & The Grey Mouser” books by Fritz Leiber
Groo: “Groo the Wanderer”
Grey Mouser: “Fafthrd & The Grey Mouser” books by Fritz Leiber
Hercules: From Greek Mythology
Inigo Montoya: “The Princess Bride”
Kull: From the movie & the “Kull” books by Robert Howard
Rambo: From the Rambo movies
Rooster Cogburn: “Rooster Cogburn”
Spiderman / Peter Parker: From the Spider-man comics & the movie
Spock: “Star Trek”
‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin: Pro-wrestling
Tasslehoff Burrfoot: “Dragonlance”
The Man With No Name: From the “The Man With No Name” trilogy
Warf: “Star Trek”
Wolverine: “X-Men comics”

I also noticed the list was a bit short on women & villains. So….

My top 10 fictional villains

Agent Smith: “The Matrix”
Montgomery Burns: “The Simpsons”
Bill the Butcher: “Gangs Of New York”
JR Ewing: “Dallas”
Darth Vader: “Star Wars”
Jaraxle: R.A. Salvatore’s “Dark Elf” Triology
Hannibal Lecter: “Silence Of The Lambs”
‘Tony’ Montana: “Scarface”
Riddick: “Pitch Black”
Tuco: “The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly”

My 10 favorite female fictional characters

7 of 9: “Star Trek”
Daria: “Daria”
Michelle Flaherty: “American Pie”
Gabrielle: “Xena Warrior Princess”
Hu Li: “Rush Hour 2”
Leeloo: “The 5th Element”
Mary: “Something About Mary”
T’Pol “Star Trek”
Clarice Starling: “Silence of the Lambs”
Dagny Taggart: “Atlas Shrugged”

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