Who is your FAVORITE King character?

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Gentle Lady From Brady Hartsfield Defense Squad
Mar 3, 2016
Manila, Philippines
You want to bring Brady Hartsfield to life? Are you sure? :rofl:
Yep dear, so that i could marry him and together, we shall nuke some bombs in the world LMAO JK <*Evil smile*>

Anyways, additional to Mike and Brady was Rev. Jacobs, i just want to hug him so tight
after the tragedy happened to him
Mar 12, 2010
Favourite protagonist: tie between Roland Deschain and Stu Redman.

Favourite villain: tie between Randall Flagg and Pennywise the-goddamn-reason-I-still-hate-walking-past-sewers-or-gutters Clown.
LOL! Whenever I walk past one of those large curbside gutters, I look to make sure there isn't a clown inside too :) And the knowledge that I will never see a clown inside does not stop me from checking it out. SK has warped my mind lol.

César Hernández-Meraz

Wants to be Nick, ends up as Larry
May 19, 2015
Aguascalientes, Mexico
My first favorite SK character was Nick Andros and he still retains that position.

He has been joined by others, though:
Tommy Ross.
Hall (from Graveyard Shift).
Mark Petrie.
Henry Bowers.
Richie Tozier.
Larry Underwood.
Leo Rockway.
Trashcan Man.
Percy Wetmore.
Jordan (from Cell).
Jack Cantori.
Joe McClatchey (and Joe McAlister, and Colin Ford). :love:
Dale Barbara (and Mike Vogel). :heheh: :chew:

And I know this list looks definitely one-sided to the male side.

I think this may be because a group of them are people I identify with (male geek, mostly, although even Larry Underwood ends up in that category, due to some personality traits), another group are guys who are simply perfect in every way, which makes them very attractive to me (Tommy Ross and Jack Cantori). A third group are the guys who are very different from me and have things I would like to have (Richie Tozier and Dale Barbara; and Mike Vogel).
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Jo Lee

New Member
Jun 15, 2014
Central NM
Nick Andros, to the level that when I heard that the mini-series was being made and that Rob Lowe had been cast as Nick, I had a hissy fit. Turns out that he did a great job of embodying Nick and I was pleased with all of the casting except Randall Flagg. I don't know who I would rather have had, but Jamey Sheridan just didn't seem dark enough, though he was plenty scary in the role. Meh. Just one person's opinion. BTW, The Stand is my all time favorite book of Mr. King's many titles.
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