#1 Posted by FiguredOut95 (437 posts) - - Show Bio

My idol is Mike Ness, I love his music from the start and how he has developed as an artist, if I could be anyone I would be Mike, you??

#2 Posted by FiguredOut95 (437 posts) - - Show Bio

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#3 Posted by FiMFTW (691 posts) - - Show Bio
Steve Urkel

#4 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11569 posts) - - Show Bio

When I was younger I never had a father figure (think am beyond the years of needing one now, not that I ever really wanted one), a person I looked up to, and who I felt was the right role model to follow is Superman. I still look up to him now. That is why he will always be my favourite character in fictional story telling.

#5 Posted by FiguredOut95 (437 posts) - - Show Bio
#6 Edited by judasnixon (8645 posts) - - Show Bio

What would Henry Rollins do?

#7 Edited by cattlebattle (14242 posts) - - Show Bio

Hunter S. Thompson.

#8 Posted by The_Lunact_And_Manic (3296 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman.

#9 Posted by The Stegman (29243 posts) - - Show Bio

Martin Luther King Jr.

#10 Edited by Jokergeist (4715 posts) - - Show Bio

None other than the Clown Prince <3

#11 Edited by Immortal777 (8697 posts) - - Show Bio

Immortal777

#12 Edited by comicace3 (8212 posts) - - Show Bio

A few... special selected mods and staff that treat me with kindness in the jungle of terror and anger.... But if I were to chose someone personal... it would be my big sister and mom who helped in tough times.

#13 Edited by Aiden Cross (15726 posts) - - Show Bio

Nathan Fillion, doing what he loves, fun to be around, always there for everyone =)

#14 Edited by ragdollpurps (16846 posts) - - Show Bio

Mike Ness, Henry Rollins, Hunter S Thompson, some good picks so far.

I have to go with Ava Gardner. ♥

#15 Posted by quirky_anecdotes (367 posts) - - Show Bio

MLK Defeated Racism with one of the greatest speeches in human history and being one of the greatest Americans of all time , Rosa Parks Defeated it by staying seated on a bus , Ali defeated it by punching it in the face.... repeatedly and then taunting it.

#16 Posted by BlackReaper (601 posts) - - Show Bio

Charlie Chaplin.

#17 Posted by Bruxae (16200 posts) - - Show Bio

No one is worthy of my idolizing!

#18 Edited by FiguredOut95 (437 posts) - - Show Bio
#19 Posted by sagejonathan (2235 posts) - - Show Bio

Tim McIlrath from Rise Against, Bruce Lee, and Ip Man are amognst my top idols.

#20 Edited by Battle_Forum_Junkie (10247 posts) - - Show Bio

In real life: My Dad.

In comics: Captain America.

Dad never said anything quite this epic, but I don't need him to. He's still #1 my idol. :)

#21 Edited by lightsout (1885 posts) - - Show Bio

@bruxae said:

No one is worthy of my idolizing!

I agree. This comment may have been criticized but I think while it's good/okay to drawinspiration from a person (or multiple people), idolizing someone (worshiping or deifying them) isn't worth it. In common-speak people may use it to mean inspiration+love/care-for, but it's really more of an unhealthy adoration ("can do no wrong" etc etc).

#22 Posted by The_Tree (8523 posts) - - Show Bio

This beautiful man:

Grant Morrison

#23 Edited by xNahtebx (586 posts) - - Show Bio

@bruxae said:

No one is worthy of my idolizing!

I agree. This comment may have been criticized but I think while it's good/okay to drawinspiration from a person (or multiple people), idolizing someone (worshiping or deifying them) isn't worth it. In common-speak people may use it to mean inspiration+love/care-for, but it's really more of an unhealthy adoration ("can do no wrong" etc etc).

This :)

#24 Posted by TDK_1997 (15916 posts) - - Show Bio

In comic books it is Grant Morrison,in real life it should be Jordan maybe.

#25 Posted by SpideyIvyDaredevilFan26 (6709 posts) - - Show Bio

My older sister and M Night Shyamalan

#26 Edited by JJ62 (1363 posts) - - Show Bio

I look up to Superman, Captain America and Spider-Man. They always do what's right, and all three are people I aspire to be like. As a kid I always wanted to become Hulk and Daredevil, but I don't really look up to them. Or aspire to be like them, I just thought they were really cool.

So I guess I'd say Superman, Captain America and Spider-Man.

Although I wouldn't really "worship" them as an "idol", I simply look up to them for inspiration and aspire to be like them.

#27 Posted by Fuchsia_Nightingale (10191 posts) - - Show Bio

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#28 Posted by Bushwhacker_ (597 posts) - - Show Bio

John Wayne

and James Arness's character from Gunsmoke, Matt Dillon.

#29 Posted by lightsout (1885 posts) - - Show Bio

@jj62 said:

I look up to Superman, Captain America and Spider-Man. They always do what's right, and all three are people I aspire to be like.

So I guess I'd say Superman, Captain America and Spider-Man.

Although I wouldn't really "worship" them as an "idol", I simply look up to them for inspiration and aspire to be like them.

I can get behind this. They are all exemplary heroes/people. The kind that would want to make a difference even if they didn't have their abilities.

#30 Posted by Dabee (2421 posts) - - Show Bio

Who invented barbeque sauce? Because it's him. (or her)

*drools*

#31 Posted by SymbioticSpider-Man (3580 posts) - - Show Bio

Martin Luther King Jr.

#32 Posted by Mandarinestro (7314 posts) - - Show Bio

Malcolm X. And I'm Asian.

#33 Edited by FirestormFate1919 (2057 posts) - - Show Bio

Micheal Jordan, Morgan Freeman, and Batman.

#34 Posted by Mrnoital (4073 posts) - - Show Bio

I am my own idol

#35 Edited by RustyRoy (14938 posts) - - Show Bio
Batman, so basically me

#36 Posted by Ostyo (12263 posts) - - Show Bio

@mandarinestro: Hey, Orientals can have terrible taste too. *pats shoulder* :)

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#37 Posted by Mandarinestro (7314 posts) - - Show Bio