Also, of course Broly would fit the bill. It isn't helped even though his surviving a powerful attack was explained.
Vegetto himself deserves a mention. He was already the most powerful canon character in Dragon Ball Z, to a frankly stupid degree (Yeah, there's kind of a reason WHY Akira Toriyama undid that fusion in canon). Like his daughter he also receives a ridiculous amount of focus, and many characters seem to constantly harp on just how fucking awesome Vegetto is and how they're all just SO inferior to him. The fact that the creators have given Vegetto an entire fanfic all about him and his universe certainly help make him into a Creator's Pet.
While U16 Bra is still a Creator's Pet, Vegetto's massive over hype may have just been there to let XXI give him the Worf Effect
Zii from Ménage à 3. There a couple of reasons, but the big one was convincing DiDi not to pop Gary's cherry, an overarching theme of the comic. Her argument was that Gary would keep coming back to her begging for sex, though she didn't have any actual basis for that claim, and it was none of her business. Plus, like almost every interaction she has with DiDi, it comes off as another one of Zii's attempts to sleep with her. She was never criticized for any of this, and the narrative never acted like she was wrong.
Worse than that, Zii only very rarely receives any punishment for anything she does, no matter how dickish or possessive. The comic often tries to present her as a wacky, Lovable Sex Maniac without acknowledging that her "hilarious" exploits often go too far, and border on illegal. That said, there are fans who like Zii, and discussions about her get very intense, making her a Base Breaker. Still, the affection the comic has for her and refusal to punish her makes her a Creator's Pet to fans who don't like her.
There was an arc where Gary was invited into a threesome with another man and asked if the man could be replaced with Zii, who had slept with the woman. Zii berated Gary about this and stated that she would never try to force someone into a sexual situation for her own satisfaction, even though that pretty much sums up her character in a nutshell.
Makoto Yosue of Red String morphed into this over time. The author originally admitted she put him in to act as an obstacle and antagonist to the original Official Couple, but later interviews included statements such as him being her favorite character and getting very defensive on some occasions when he received criticism. He started getting a ridiculous amount of Character Focus for a supporting cast member (which on the official web site, he still listed under this category) and time spent on his supposedly horrible life (consisting of simply being sad a girl dumped him once) while other plots more important to the overall flow were getting ignored. As the story went on, it became more and more apparent that the author refused to ever let him suffer anything truly harrowing and eventually the Official Couple suddenly broke up just as Makoto ended his own (neglected) relationship. While the story originally was clearly planning to bring them back together again and burned a lot of time on their character development and their continually being connected to each other by a red string, Makoto started getting more and more screentime until suddenly he turned into a perfect Karma Houdini bordering on Gary Stu. By the end of the story, he actually gets the girl he really wanted with no effort on his part aside from her realizing he is in fact perfection incarnate, is set up as the heir of her family's restaurant despite repeatedly cheating on the girl he was supposed to marry, everyone in the story constantly talks about what a wonderful person he is and how Miharu will eventually realize that too, gets absolutely no consequences for a jealousy fit in which he grabs Miharu away from her ex-boyfriend and yells at her in public (she apologizes to him and the story treats this as a good thing), convinces Miharu that ignoring her family's worry about their relationship is superior to their actual financial well-being, finally gives away the restaurant by simply calling his parents off panel and having them handwave the problem, and basically is able to make "dating Miharu" his new full time profession because he's able to just sponge off his family's wealth and travel the world with her. Makoto finishes this epic by having Miharu declare that apparently red strings, the very red strings the comic was named for, simply exist to tie everyone in the world together and she's going to follow her string to him. Thus completely nullifying the entire point of the ten year comic simply so Makoto gets a happy ending. Keep in mind that Makoto also accomplishes all of the above in the grand total of four months and we are supposed to believe that their relationship, which only consisted of them making the occasional innuendo, sexting, and obsessing over each other's butts, is a relationship that will stand the test of time while Miharu's year and a half long marriage engagement which consisted of numerous events the couple lived through together, is simply "her first love." Oh, and top of that, the final major scene of Kazuo, the former main character pushed aside in favor glorifying Makoto? Suffered from constant Character Derailment to make him into a creepy ex, had a massive out of character moment where he forced himself on Miharu, and all this done after the story had spent a lot of time showing him becoming a better and stronger person. Because actually having him complete the circle by winning Miharu back would have deprived Makoto of his victory. Oh, and his last big scene is Makoto sneaking off to claim Miharu as his territory, insult Kazuo for his abusive home and suicide attempt, and then the story instead portrays the scene as sad for Makoto because Kazuo points out all of the above problems with the character in the text and highlights that he's insecure and acts entitled.
Xanthe Justice from Sinfest (aka "Trike Girl"). She hit this trope by being the in-universe catalyst for a Base BreakerRe Tool, plus an unhealthy dose of Writer on Board. For nearly a year, she was riding around talking about the "Sisterhood" taking down the "Patriarchy," trying to recruit female characters and talking down male characters. She remains in Mary Sue territory most of the time. For example, she gave a rather physical Get Ahold Of Yourself Man to the hand of god.
"If you come into Unsounded thinking I want you to forgive Sette her foibles because she's so cute and because I've stuck her in the lead, you got the wrong idea. But it's my fault if they get the wrong idea 'cause I'm the one givin' out ideas! Some people just can't enjoy a heroine with the issues that Sette has. And I absolutely get that. Funnily enough people have short memories and when Murk was introduced it's like they thought here's another morally reprehensible character that Glass fatuously expects us to adore. But no, dorks, he's just a morally reprehensible character."