FAVORITE FICTIONAL CHARACTERS, Who Happen To Be Women

  1. Elizabeth (Bioshock: Infinite)
    Elizabeth is the best Disney princess that never existed. It's actually pretty hard for me to say exactly what I like about Elizabeth because the thing about Bioshock and it's characters is how complex and multi layered it is/they are. I'm probably most aquatinted with her than anyone else on this list, but I still find her to be the most difficult to figure out.
  2. Olivia Moore (iZOMBIE)
    Liv is cool. She has more integrity after death than some people have through their entire life. Liv is every person (literally).
  3. Clementine (The Walking Dead)
    Clementine is proof that age ≠ maturity. In the zombie apocalypse there are no children, adults, women, or men. There are survivors and there are zombies. Clementine is a survivor. I ache to see her have a normal childhood someday.
  4. Snow White (Fables series)
    It's not the role you're born into, but how you play that role, that defines you. Snow White is a great leader, and a really intelligent person. She can be really arrogant, but in a way that makes sense. I think I still have a lot to learn about her.
  5. Pam Beasley (The Office)
    The best character who isn't Michael Scott. She understands that the most beneficial life is the one that's handed to you. But she's always ready to grab a hold of anything that might improve her life even more.
  6. Jean Grey (X-Men)
    Jean Grey is intimidating. She's unassuming at times but also makes you feel uneasy. Also, ridiculously charming.
  7. Barbara Gordon (Batman/DC universe)
    Batgirl, Oracle, commissioners daughter. Everyone loves Barbara, but she doesn't totally get enough credit when compared to other characters. I could make an entire separate list talking about how she's one of the best characters in comics. What a gem.
  8. Ariadne (Inception)
    she has less time to shine than the other characters in the movie, but she's always struck me as a really smartly written character. She's the voice of reason and basically the anchor for logic throughout the film. Also, considering she's the architect of the dream, it could be argued that she's the most prevalent character in the movie.
  9. Rita Vrataski (Edge of Tomorrow)
    One of the most convincingly mature characters ever. She's thick skinned and tough as nails, but you get her, and she's cool. Deep down she's actually a real sweetheart. She also uses a sword. Emily Blunt's performance is just the cherry on top.
  10. Alice
    From wonderland! Curiouser and curiouser.