Here is the continuation of my Top 50 Fictional Couples. The list can include any couple from a fictional work whether it be a novel, film, comic book, or TV series. On a side note, if you do not hear from me in a while, assume that I have lost electricity because I will be getting a lot of ice that could potentially knock out the power.
At Number 34: Batman and Catwoman or Talia Al Ghul
I could not decide between Batman and Catwoman or Batman and Talia Al Ghul, so I decided to include them both on the list. Although Bruce Wayne even married Talia in the comics, Catwoman is a better more likable match for the Caped Crusader.
At Number 33: Superman and Lois
Superman and Lois Lane are the original super-couple. How could one make a couples list and not include Superman and Lois? The classic Richard Donner film certainly executed the romance aspect better than any other adaption to date, but thanks to the mediocrity of Man of Steel's portrayal of the iconic couple, their on ranking on the list has fell a few places since last time.
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At Number 32: Aragorn and Awren
Although Aragorn and Awren's relationship was given an unnecessary focus in the movies compared to the the books, it nevertheless worked well in the film.
At Number 31: Scott Summers (Cyclops) and Jean Grey
While the movie version of Scott Summers (aka Cyclops) and Jean Grey were given the shaft, they are a core part of the X-Men in the comics. Their relationship is a driving force behind many classic X-Men comic runs like the Phoenix Sage.
At Number 30: Bruce (The Hulk) and Betty
While the Incredible Hulk could have been better, the Bruce and Betty romance was done rather well, and of course the comics did it best.
At Number 29: Bruce Wayne and Andrea Beaumont
Out of all Bruce Wayne's romantic interests, Andrea Beaumont from the Batman: Mask of the Phantasm movie is easily my favorite. She was original to the film and was never in the comics but despite her short part, she made a big impression.
At Number 28: Shiki and Mikiya (Kara no Kyōkai)
Among the complex plot, gore, and heavy philosophy of the Kara no Kyōkai film series, there was a surprising strong romantic subplot that never gets in the way of the main plot. Nice guy Mikiya, always believes in split-personality psychopathic killer, Shiki, and the fact that the voice actors for the characters later married, doesn't hurt their chemistry either.
A mist the time-traveling twists and turns of the masterfully executed Steins;Gate series, Okabe's relationship with Kurisu was always a highlight that presented an equal amount of great humor and drama.
At Number 26: Joker and EDI (Mass Effect)
Quite possibly the strangest couple on the list considering that EDI is a highly advanced AI that inhabits both the Normandy spaceship and EDI's field mission body, and Joker that is the pilot of said spaceship, Joker and EDI are so hilarious together in Mass Effect 3, particularly when EDI is trying to understand human emotions.
At Number 25: Asuka and Shinji (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
Despite the insanity that happened in End of Evangelion, Asuka and Shinji are my choice pairing from the Evangelion franchise. You could go with Shinji and Rei, but Asuka will always be my favorite.
At Number 24: Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger
Despite the heavy and obvious foreshadowing of their relationship throughout the Harry Potter franchise, they are an unforgettable pair with magical chemistry.
At Number 23: Edward Elric and Winry Rockbell (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
Edward and Winry are such unique characters that bring something truly original to Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, a series that is already very original.
At Number 22: Glenn and Maggie
While their relationship started out a little strange, Maggie and Glenn from The Walking Dead have really turned into one of my favorite couples in television.
At Number 21: Kirito and Asuna (Sword Art Online)
Despite the hate that Sword Art Online receives, Kirito and Asuna remain one of my favorite couples from anime.
At Number 20: Logan and Mariko
The recent Wolverine film adapted Wolverine's classic Japanese storyline and along with it his romance with Mariko. Both the comic and film versions of the romance do an excellent job of giving Logan a convincing romance storyline.
At Number 19: John and Mary Watson
While I am including all adaptations of this couple, the recent portrayal of the John and Mary in BBC's Sherlock is my current favorite on screen portrayal.
At Number 18: Isaac and Miria (Baccano!)
Isaac and Miria's "romance" aspect of their relationship is not exactly shown much but they are the absolute best part of Baccano's complete insanity. There are one of the few characters that are so hilarious and over-the-top, yet actually have unique personalities. They are the most lovable pair of morons ever and that is why I like them, plus this scene below is positively hysterical!
At Number 17: Wash and Zoe
Unlike many fictional couples, Wash and Zoe started out as married in Firefly, which was a refreshing twist to the usually annoying "will they, won't they" romantic stories.
At Number 16: Thor and Jane
While some may dislike Thor and Jane as a couple, I thought they were great together in the recent Thor film, and they were even better in The Dark World last year.
At Number 15: Amy and Rory
Not only are Amy and Rory my favorite companions from the Doctor Who series, they are one of the best, and most fun couples of any franchise.
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