- The All-Concealing "I"
- All First Person Narrators Write Like Novelists
- Captain's Log
- First-Person Shooter
- First-Person Peripheral Narrator
- First-Person Smartass
- Point of View
- P.O.V. Cam
- Private Eye Monologue
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- Sonic the Hedgehog fanfic My Time Of Dying is written from Scourge's POV, but is also strictly Present Tense. Scouge is consistently suicidal, depressed, and putting his own thoughts through the wringer. He also repeatedly snarks at the reader while mentally voicing his dislike of the more heroic characters like Sonic.
- The story is all the better for Scourge being written as a First-Person Smartass. He stays IC, keeping his bigoted opinions and suspecting the more noble characters of ulterior motives. Additionally his flawed reasoning is obvious to the reader, all keeping him from becoming a Draco in Leather Pants. He is a Villain Protagonist, but the story maintains a Sympathetic P.O.V..
- Lupine Tree is told from the perspective of Jack. Oddly, because he currently has fourteen bodies as of chapter 11,note he can see and narrate multiple simultaneous series of events and can see a situation from multiple angles even if the story itself sticks to strict first person.
- Child of the Storm and its 'verse are primarily third-person, but any scenes focusing on Harry Dresden honor the style of his canon, and are told from his POV.
- Mad World is told entirely from Dib's POV.
- In the Doom movie there's a sequence shot in first person meant to reflect its First-Person Shooter roots.
- In Kick-Ass when Hit-Girl rescues Kick Ass and Big Daddy from Johnny G's thugs, it's done in a First-Person Shooter style.
- In the original Halloween movie the opening sequence in which a young Michael Myers spies on then murders his older sister is done from his point of view.
- Neogicia is told from Saly Asigar's point of view.
- Trevor Bentley, from Richard Laymon's Savage.
- The Vampire Academy books are told entirely through Rose Hathaway's perspective.
- The Dresden Files are fully told from the perspective of central protagonist Harry Dresden.
- My New Kitten: The story is told from the perspective of the owner of a new kitten.
- In later seasons NUMB3RS used gun barrel perspective as the FBI agents performed operations intercut with more regular footage.