Contains spoilers, obviously.
#5. Quasimodo (Hunchback of Notre Dame)
First of all, this guy rocks. Period.
So, it goes like this: Hero is kind and caring, but horribly mistreated and judged because of physical disabilities. He finally meets a girl who likes him for who he is, overcomes his self-doubt, and is accepted by the town. All that's left to do is have that victory kiss with the girl of his dreams, right?
Phoebus comes along and screws shit up for people. Yes I know he's actually a nice guy, and significantly more developed than most Disney princes, but still.
QuasimodoxEsmeralda shipper 4 LYFE.
#4. Severus Snape (Harry Potter series)
Enough said. Go read the books.
#3. Angela Orosco (Silent Hill 2)
Let's get one thing straight: I love Silent Hill. I refuse to hear a word against it. And with that comes the love of almost all of the characters. Even the antagonists have their qualities and I would totally hug any of them.
I stand by what I said.
One of my favorites is Angela. I don't think she gets nearly as much recognition as she deserves. I want everyone else to love her as much as I do.
And maybe she won't die in a fire.
#2. Alois Trancy (Kuroshitsuji II)
People have many different viewpoints on this character, ranging from "I will love him and hug him forever" to "He can go die in a hole."
Personally, I'm more toward "love him, but want to smack him almost every time he's on screen."
Mixed feelings, but nevertheless a very compelling and developed character. He just needs some love.
Can't you see how sad he is?
#1. Madame Red (Kuroshitsuji)
It was hard to decide whether to choose Alois or Madame Red as #1, but I ultimately decided on her because she legitimately is a wonderful person, and really cares about her family, even though she ended up losing everything.
Dammit writers, why can't you just let your characters be happy?