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- Mar 1, 2015
I love Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man. He has all those little INTP quirks, as well as the "death glare" XD. He's one of my favourite superheroes, actually
Yeah, I love Sherlock too. But he does seem to have J tendencies, even in the TV show. I'm ashamed to say I've never read the books. I should though!I would say Holmes but I have recently been under the impression that he (the literature version) is more close to INTJ... Peter Parker has always been a good candidate though, that photography hobby they gave him is a nice touch.
Not sure who Elodin is, but I'll look him (her?) up sometime. I haven't watched Hannah Montana since Disney revamped their channel, but from what I remember, she was more of an ENFP. I could be wrong though. She just doesn't seem to have the same social awkwardness as is stereotypical of INTPs, or the fascination with systems, truth, and logic. Again, I could be wrong.either Elodin or Hanna montana, leaning more towards Elodin. King killer chronicles
I was thinking modern adaptations of Sherlock. Traditional one is likely an introvert. Anyways the the most externally active one out of all NTs is the ENTJ. Downey Jr is ENTJ or at least from Te-Fi axis. Benedict Cumberbatch is from Fe-Ti spectrum.I do not agree that ENTJ fits for Sherlock, unless referring to one of the television adaptations I am not privy to, or the Robert Downey Jr version. In the original source material, he's either a semi-deprived INTP or just INTJ. His brother Mycroft is INTP and they are both probably INTPs.
I am not too familiar with ENTJs so can someone explain this. I can vaguely see why it is proposed but don't believe it to be substantial; if Sherlock must not be INTx then ENTJ is a nice exotic choice. Ultimately I don't think he's extroverted but then again Doyle never really liked Holmes and only wrote the stories for the money. He probably didn't put much thought into it and his vision for it probably just came more fluidly. The guy he based Holmes off of may have been ENTJ, but just look at the functions. I doubt it though unless it's one of the weird serialized versions, then go ahead.
The Engineer NTP is evident in his "What exactly is the function of a rubber duck?". Other types might be possible though.He has this quite yet quirky openness to him that seems INTPish. I think he's a very healthy one, pretty comfortable in life. ENTP is another possibility, but I see him as more of an introvert.
*edit: He also seeks to understand how things work and inquires until he has a satisfactory answer.