For me, I don't consider Sarah (Ed, Edd n Eddy), Kevin (Ed, Edd n Eddy), King Dedede (Kirby Right Back At Ya), and Jeremy Creek (The Town Santa Forgot) to be heroes, even if they are anti-heroes.
I don't think they are heroes because Sarah and Kevin are bullies to the Eds even if they are not scamming them, I don't think Dedede from the anime is a hero because he always orders monsters to destroy Kirby, and I don't think Jeremy Creek is a hero because he always throws temper tantrums over toys.
Fandom is interviewing M. Night Shyamalan, the director of Unbreakable, Split, and Glass, this Thursday. We would love to know if you have any questions for him about his work, especially in relation to his new film, Glass and its companion films.
Just comment below with your questions and we'll choose some of the best ones to put to the director. We can't guarantee using every question. Looking forward to seeing what you guys come up with!
The Losers Club
Sixth group in these proposals. I know you may have already gotten used to me saying this but groups don't have a moral agency.
Seventh group I've touched upon. I don't think I need to explain why I think this one should be removed.
"Arrogant" and "Egomaniacs" categories apply here.
Falls under "Lethal".
Or are they then Outright and/or Arrogant?
I'm a great fan of the anime and i'd like to add him to this wiki. Actually, i think more heroes from One Punch Man should be here.
Jesse (Minecraft: Story Mode)
"Lethal", "Outright", "Mischievous", "Heroic Jerks", "Arrogant" and "Heroic Perverts" categories are visible.
Aaron (The Little Drummer Boy)
On & Off
Amelia Earhart (Night at the Museum)
Fourth group I've touched upon in these removal proposals. Once again, groups lack a moral agency.
Fifth group in these proposals. Refer back to my statement on Arcaders.
He sacrificed himself to save his son and then he was a ghost.
Good-Hearted Bastards and Heroic Jerks categories are visible. Plus, the article itself refers to her as arrogant.
Incompetent category applies here.