We all face the reaper.
Location: South Africa,
under the bed.
I have lots, but I'll start with just two: Raylan Givens and Boyd Crowder of Justified. Each of them on their own is formidable enough but put them together... What I like about them is that both of them will do what they think is right, no matter who gets in their way. And, despite being on opposite sides of the law, both of them think of themselves as good guys.
I also like the values they represent. I grew up reading cowboy books and, in my opinion, they represent the qualities that made me love reading about cowboys. Qualities like strength, honour, courage, loyalty, stoicism, intrepidness, valor... also, (not so) coincidentally, the values most prized by King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
They are by no means perfect, and "modern man" would find them barbaric, savage, maybe even use the word "backward" - though probably not to their faces. They are macho rather than sensitive, they would rather walk into a gunfight than share their feelings and neither of them are willing to compromise who they are for the sake of a romantic relationship.
May all your dreams come true - except for one.