14 TV and comic book characters you should and shouldn't work for

Here are 14 comic book and TV bosses you should and should not work for. It's not always about the money and the cool costume.

Harley Quinn season 2, episode 11, “A Fight Worth Fighting For“ Image Courtesy Warner Bros. Television Distribution/DC Universe
Harley Quinn season 2, episode 11, “A Fight Worth Fighting For“ Image Courtesy Warner Bros. Television Distribution/DC Universe /
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The Hood (Parker Robbins)

This is one person you’d want to work for. Back during the Marvel Civil War and Dark Reign, Parker Robbins made his people a promise. He said that they’d always be taken care of. That meant never spending a night in jail, getting paying jobs, and getting credit for what you did. He even sweetened the pot by giving them seed money. He told them to upgrade their tech, pay back child support, and more. He didn’t expect people to kiss his butt or his ring. All he asked was loyalty.

Like everyone on this list, their enemies play into this. Thankfully, most of Parker’s enemies don’t kill. However, there are a few exceptions. Wolverine, Punisher, and Clint Barton (depending on his mood) could kill you. There’s also the people Hood’s working with. You’ll have to deal with their nemesis as well. 

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Game of Thrones - Cersei Lannister /

Cersei Lannister

Cersei Lannister was a horrible person. A debate could be made that her destiny was written for her. She was forced into a marriage she didn’t want and was likely abused growing up. The things she and her twin did didn't help either. Those things turned her into a monster. All of that doesn’t negate the horrible things she’s done. Among them is killing innocent people in a green ball of flame. However, if you were loyal to her, she was loyal to you.

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