In this article, we will explore 15 characters who walk the line between good and evil, examining their moral ambiguity and the impact.
The first name in our list is perhaps of one of the most famous and oldest antiheroes in the mainstream media.
Harley Quinn is a former psychiatrist turned supervillain who is known for her chaotic and unpredictable behavior.
Michael Corleone is the protagonist of the Godfather films and is portrayed as a reluctant heir to his family’s criminal empire.
Walter White is a high school chemistry teacher turned methamphetamine manufacturer who walks the line between good and evil.
Wolverine is a complex character who is motivated by a desire to do what is right and protect those he cares about.
Dexter Morgan is a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department by day and a serial killer by night.
Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook and is portrayed as a socially awkward but brilliant entrepreneur in the film.
Billy Butcher is a former British SAS operative who leads a team of vigilantes against corrupt superheroes. He is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve his goals.
Deadpool is a wisecracking mercenary with a tragic past. He is known for his violent and unpredictable behavior.
Catwoman is a skilled thief who often operates outside the law. She is motivated by her desire for wealth and power but has also shown a willingness to help others in need.
Travis Bickle is a mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran who becomes a taxi driver in New York City.
Tony Soprano is the head of a New Jersey crime family and struggles to balance his criminal activities with his personal life.
John Constantine is a British occult detective who uses his knowledge of the supernatural to fight against demonic threats.
Daniel Plainview is a ruthless oil prospector who will stop at nothing to achieve his goals. He is willing to exploit and manipulate those around him.
Loki is the god of mischief and the adopted brother of Thor. He has a complex relationship with morality, often switching between hero and villain.