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#1 Posted by TheWholeDamnShow (232 posts) -


#2 Posted by jking47 (1190 posts) -
#3 Posted by Bribo (583 posts) -

Don Draper

#4 Posted by FancySoapsMan (5750 posts) -

Patrick Bateman

#5 Posted by TheWholeDamnShow (232 posts) -

@FancySoapsMan said:

Patrick Bateman

Can't believe I left out Bateman.

#6 Posted by Lokno (381 posts) -

Sherlock Holmes

#7 Posted by YI_Orange (1071 posts) -

Ladd Russo probably.

#8 Posted by scalpel (314 posts) -

Patrick Bateman.

#9 Posted by Godlyawesomeguy (6375 posts) -

@TheWholeDamnShow said:

@FancySoapsMan said:

Patrick Bateman

Can't believe I left out Bateman.

@scalpel said:

Patrick Bateman.

THANK YOU

#10 Posted by TheHT (10281 posts) -

@Lokno said:

Sherlock Holmes

high functioning. yup, I'll going with the clever detective in the funny hat.

#11 Posted by buzz_clik (6837 posts) -

@FancySoapsMan said:

Patrick Bateman
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#12 Edited by TheWholeDamnShow (232 posts) -

@Godlyawesomeguy said:

@TheWholeDamnShow said:

@FancySoapsMan said:

Patrick Bateman

Can't believe I left out Bateman.

@scalpel said:

Patrick Bateman.

THANK YOU

Ok... starting now (OTHER) will represent Patrick Bateman.

#13 Posted by Willtron (238 posts) -

Brad Shoemaker. Cards Against Humanity revealed his true self.

Oh, fiction...

#14 Posted by FengShuiGod (1470 posts) -

Walter White

#15 Posted by wwfundertaker (1390 posts) -

Hannibal Lector

#16 Posted by Little_Socrates (5649 posts) -

Myers is just a psychopath, right?

My answer is Lector either way.

#17 Posted by TheWholeDamnShow (232 posts) -

@wwfundertaker said:

Hannibal Lector

Hes on the list!

#18 Posted by FesteringNeon (2153 posts) -

HAL-9000

#19 Posted by BabyChooChoo (4036 posts) -

@jking47 said:

Pretty much everyone in Higurashi no Naku Koro ni

Damn...haven't seen any of those shows in a while and, now that I think about it, I'd probably give the same answer. That first series was fucking insane.

#20 Posted by Ravenlight (8033 posts) -

If your answer is not Kefka, you are wrong.

#21 Posted by PenguinDust (12414 posts) -

@FesteringNeon said:

HAL-9000

Nice.

My vote is for Norman Bates. Classic.

#22 Posted by Flawed_System (388 posts) -

@FancySoapsMan said:

Patrick Bateman

Yeah, and Rorschach. I know it's cliche, but he makes some valid points.

#23 Posted by forkboy (970 posts) -

Victor Samuel Mackey

#24 Posted by Brodehouse (9370 posts) -

Fiction never gets sociopaths right. Well, they don't get true diagnosed sociopaths right, they get the common definition, which is incorrect. Anton Chigurh is one that actually comes close. The reason you don't see the actual version is because they're not interesting to look at or listen to.

Sociopathy is the failure to understand social norms. What you see in fiction is not a failure to understand, it's a callous disregard for specific elements. Sociopaths lack emotional intelligence, the entire crux of Hannibal Lecter is that he has incredible emotional intelligence.

#25 Posted by zombie2011 (4941 posts) -

the guy from The Shining, don't know his name.

#26 Posted by Flawed_System (388 posts) -

@zombie2011 said:

the guy from The Shining, don't know his name.

Jack Torrance.

#27 Posted by RIDEBIRD (1229 posts) -

Vic Mackey probably.

#28 Posted by AlexanderSheen (4670 posts) -

Adachi Tohru (I'm not gonna post a picture of him this time)

#29 Posted by N7 (3570 posts) -

Korean Johnny Cash from I Saw The Devil.

#30 Posted by Tim_the_Corsair (3065 posts) -

Hollywood Hulk Hogan. That guy was ruthless, brother

#31 Posted by uniform (1830 posts) -

Tommy DeVito (Goodfellas)

#32 Posted by Castiel (2419 posts) -

Other motherfucker.

Patrick Bateman!

#33 Edited by Digiwth (148 posts) -

Bateman is the most relatable.

THIS IS NOT AN EXIT

#34 Edited by efman (208 posts) -

First thing that leapt to mind before entering the thread was Patrick Bateman. Though, some that hasn't been mentioned, I'd put forth Daniel Plainview (There Will Be Blood) and Agent Smith (Matrix).

#35 Posted by killacam (1282 posts) -

@efman said:

Daniel Plainview

oh man, nice call

#36 Posted by Brewmaster_Andy (517 posts) -

Patrick Bateman is the only character that has ever made me feel actually sick (in the novel, anyway). I'd say he wins.

#37 Posted by Cyrus_Saren (518 posts) -

Patrick Bateman

#38 Posted by RubberBabyBuggyBumpers (690 posts) -

vic mackey

#39 Posted by VisariLoyalist (2991 posts) -

Forrest Kaysen of course!

#40 Posted by TooWalrus (12973 posts) -

Dr. House

#41 Posted by Asrahn (551 posts) -

Where the fuck is Rorschach?

#42 Posted by danimal_furry (1453 posts) -

Professor Moriarty... period.

#43 Edited by efman (208 posts) -

Another one I came up with, Andrew Ryan from the land of Bioshock, which can be seen as fiction, right?

#44 Posted by jjnen (659 posts) -
@FesteringNeon

HAL-9000

That's a good answer.

Dexter shouldn't be on the list.
#45 Posted by flyinghyanus (4 posts) -

Anton Chigurh, too bad he isn't in the polls.

#46 Posted by bartok (2371 posts) -

Joe Pesci in Goodfellas.

#47 Posted by manicraider (85 posts) -

I'd say my favorite is one of my own creation but since no one knows or cares who that is, I'll just go with the next best thing who is... Lex Luthor (Justice League series).

#48 Posted by Molenator85 (206 posts) -

I had to go Joker, but Tommy DeVito, Patrick Bateman and Light Yagami (Death Note) are all good choices.

#49 Posted by korkesh (133 posts) -

@Ravenlight said:

If your answer is not Kefka, you are wrong.

Agreed! This character still gives me chills. A true madman.

#50 Edited by Ace829 (2083 posts) -