The thing about heroes is that a lot of the time they end up being written damn near close to perfect. They're noble, kind, and can always be counted on to do the right thing. And let's face it: that's kind of boring. Sure, they're the guy you want in your corner when stuff goes down, but they're usually not the ones you'd want to go have a drink with after the apocalypse. So it falls to the secondary characters to bring a little spice. While the main character is the one you want to be, the sidekick is the guy you want to be your best friend. It's not always fair, but sometimes it's the only way to make the story work. Here are my picks for the ten sidekicks (hero support, if you want to be politically correct about it) who are way more interesting than their more famous leading characters.