A list of various comic book characters, items, etc. that happen to have the same name.
NOW IN LARGELY ALPHABETICAL ORDER!
A list of various comic book characters, items, etc. that happen to have the same name.
NOW IN LARGELY ALPHABETICAL ORDER!
Public Domain - the Alice of Lewis Carrol's "Alice in Wonderland" stories.
DC Comics - leader of an evil organization known as the Religion of Crime. Believes herself to be the Alice of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland."
DC Comics - main character of the comic series "The Prisoner," a sequel to the 1967 British television series of the same name.
Vertigo - fame-hungry girl who wound up on a haunted house reality television series. Saved by the paranormal investigator, John Constantine.
Marvel - part of a series of clones created by the supervillain known as Mr. Sinister. May play a part in his resurrection.
Image - nurse who survived the initial outbreak of the undead in "The Walking Dead" comics series. Helped the wife of Rick Grimes (main protagonist of the series) give birth to her baby.
Capcom - main protagonist of the "Resident Evil" movie series. Became infected with the T-Virus, which in most cases re-animates the dead as zombies. In her case, it mutated and enhanced her physical and mental abilities. So far, she has no real presence in the video game series that inspired the movies.
IDW Publishing - "Pretender" robot capable of passing as a human. Member of the villainous robotic alien race known as the Decepticons. Appeared in the "Transformers: Revenger of the Fallen" movie.
Avatar Press - character from the "FreakAngels" series, an online comic also being printed into trade paperbacks. Was brainwashed to kill the FreakAngels, a group of people who possess superhuman abilities, but was eventually freed of her brainwashing and ended up becoming an honorary FreakAngel.
New England Comics - largely-estranged sister of Arthur, the moth-themed sidekick of the superhero known as the Tick.
McK Publishing - chicken. Disaproves of her best friend Martha the Hen's boyfriend Lupo Alberto - a wolf. From the comic strip entitled "Lupo Alberto."
Public Domain - the princess of Ethiopia in Greek mythology. Was saved from being sacrificed to the god of the sea, Poseidon, by the hero, Perseus.
Marvel - fierce warrior from the undersea kingdom of Atlantis. Raised by her villainous father, Attuma, but eventually sided with his enemy: Namor, ruler of Atlantis. Was a member of the heroic team known as the Defenders.
DC Comics - member of the team known as The Legion of Super-Heroes. An alien from the planet Daxam, possessing powers much like Superman, but with a fatal weakness to lead.
Wildstorm - assassin. Enemy of the hero known as Grifter. Was considered the best student of Grifter's mentor: Hans Arp.
Valiant - goddess. Ally to Archer and Armstrong, two heroic adventure seekers from the series "Archer & Armstrong."
Comico - starship from the series "Star Blazers," the comic version of an American adaptation of a Japanese anime series known as "Space Battleship Yamato."
Marvel - a doctor that became a costumed detective who had the "mystic cape of Mercury" that allowed him to fly.
Dark Horse Comics - once one of the most evil vampires in the world, until he was cursed to regain his soul after, after which he set out to redeem himself by helping others.
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Newspaper: Funny Pages - father of Mafalda, a young girl who is the main character of a comic series that bears her name.
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Marvel - a WWII secret agent who became a crimefighter. Joined the 1985 team known as First Line to combat the alien menace of the Skrulls. Fought valiantly to his death.
Marvel - master thief with an international career spanning decades. Now in his sixties, he is always looking for a big heist that will allow him to retire in luxury.
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DC Comics - partner to the mercenary known as Gunhawk. Expert sniper with an affinity for big guns.
DC Comics - staging partner to the magician, and sometimes hero, Zachary Zatara.
Fawcett Publications - love interest to Captain Marvel Bunny.
Kings Features Syndicate - granddaughter of Agatha Crumm, a wealthy and eccentric old woman who is the main character of a strip that shares her name.
Marvel - alien superhero. Protector of the Universe.
Amalgam Comics - combination of Marvel's Captain Marvel and DC Comics' Captain Marvel.
M. F. Enterprise - alien robot turned superhero who can detach his body parts at will.
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DC Comics - barbarian hero with a demonic hand.
DC Comics - evil robot. Member of team called the Awesome Threesome. Enemy of Aquaman.
Marvel - ninja with claw weapons. Died protecting the hero, Daredevil.
Marvel - considers himself the world's greatest cat burglar. Enemy of Spider-Girl.
Disney - human turned into a gargoyle-esque creature by a mad scientist through the use of bat, tiger, and electric eel DNA. The trauma from the experiment has left him mute.
Image - werecat reborn through technological reincarnation into a world where the Earth has died.
Marvel (originally) - Covert Light Arial Weapon: jet-powered hang glider outfitted with machine guns, bombs, and missiles. Used by the terrorist organization, COBRA.
DC Comics - artist turned crazed supervillain. Utilizes color-themed weapons and gadgetry.
DC Comics - supervillainess who themed herself after the original Crazy Quilt.
Marvel - anti-mutant radical who was outfitted with advanced weaponry in order to pretend to be a mutant in order to raise anti-mutant tension. Could fire energy blasts from his left eye. Highly expendable to his superiors.
DC Comics - villainous alternate reality version of the hero known as Green Arrow.
Amalgam Comics - killer-for-hire. Combination of Marvel's Bullseye and DC Comics' Deadshot, both also killers-for-hire.
Ultraverse - field leader of the heroic team known as the Exiles. Developed impeccable sense of aim after being mutated by the Theta Virus. Can see in infrared.
Marvel - villainous human cyborg. Gained various enhanced abilities from the techno-organic virus that made him a cyborg. Merged with teammate, Mangle, after both were torn apart. Was later killed by a hand-grenade.
Archie - villainous cyborg. Has large eye for a head, and his lower body is a motorcycle. Enemy of the heroes known as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Marvel - supervillain with electrical powers. Enemy of Spider-Man.
Marvel - robot built to help civilians, battle crime, stop evil dictators, and defend the world against extraterrestrial threats.
Marvel - 1950's communist supervillain with electrical powers.
Marvel - robot that possessed such enhanced intelligence that it could hypnotize people, communicate telepathically, create force fields, fire gamma rays from its hands, and use energy to destroy matter. All with a 32k super-brain.
DC Comics - robot created by the villain, Brainwave, to use against the superhero teams of the JSA and the All-Star Squadron. It was eventually reprogrammed to serve the All-Star Squadron in their headquarters.
Nintendo - electrical creature from the Pokemon franchise.
Comics Interview - scientist whose love of comics caused him to experiment on himself to gain superpowers. Formed a superhero team known as the Southern Knights.
Marvel - Alien with electromagnetically-based powers. Member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.
DC Comics - enemy of Dial H for Hero. Pawn of villain known as The Master.
Drumfish Productions - son of the criminal-turned-hero Bolt. Inherited his father's electrical powers and decided to become a hero. Joined the Sentinels, a superhero team.
DC Comics - various people operated under this name. Some were a hero, some a villain. Each had electrical powers.
Comico - a sadistic, but cowardly villain with electrical powers. Member of supervillain team known as the Destroyers.
Marvel - Asgardian warrior. Misled by the woman he loved, but became a hero who died an honorable death.
Marvel - teenager who wages war on crime by killing criminals. Ironically is a member of a team called the Young Masters of Evil.
Marvel - dictator of a small South American country who earned his nickname for his ruthless firing-squad executions. Defeated by Thor and gunned down by his own men.
Marvel (originally) - Fully Armed Negator Gyro-copter: small helicopter designed for speed and stealth. Used by the terrorist organization, COBRA.
Marvel - animal-like alien. Member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.
Marvel - spawn of Lilith, the mother of demons. Can turn into black slime, has poisonous blood, and has fangs that he doesn't really seem to use.
DC Comics - werewolf. Member of a rock band made up of supernatural creatures. Hero.
Disney - human turned into a gargoyle-esque creature by a mad scientist through the use of bat, puma, and electric eel DNA. Approves of his transformation.
Yen Press - boy who was genetically altered to be part bird as part of secret experiments to create more advanced humans.
Valiant - character from the "Turok, Dinosaur Hunter" series.
Epix - character from the "Tung Metall" series, the swedish publication of "Heavy Metal."
DC Comics - superheroine with green fire powers.
DC Comics - being made of fire. Enemy of Superman.
Valiant - villain with fire powers. Member of the Elements of Evil.
Valiant - villainess with fire powers. Member of the Elements of Evil.
Lone Star Press - superheroine with fire powers. Memeber of team known as Wind, Rain, and Fire.
Marvel (originally) - ninja turned sabotage and demolitions expert. Member of the terrorist organization, COBRA.
Marvel - villain with a suit that enables him to fly and shoot fire.
DC Comics - pyromaniac/arsonist villain with an armored suit and a jetpack.
Archie (originally) - superhero who learned to optimize his physical strength and energy after studying various insects.
Impact - hero who utilized a flame-thrower. Member of team called the Crusaders.
DC Comics - cyborg supervillain. Enemy of Mister Miracle.
Marvel - World War II Japanese cyborg scientist with a blimp for a body. Villain.
Vertigo - brain-eating serial killer.
DC Comics - infamous, crazed clown-themed supervillain. Archenemy of the hero known as Batman.
Tangent Comics - identity shared by three different women who act as anarchic heroines that fight the establishment as well as crime.
Kodansha - leader of a motorcycle gang called the Clown Gang that's made up of junkies and drug addicts. Wears clown face paint and often changes the pattern.
Arrow - character in Arrow Comics' "Wonderland" series.
DC Comics - amoral/immoral and immortal alien bounty hunter.
Marvel - pet/sidekick of Native American superhero, Red Wolf.
Tangent Comics - military operative who operates under the codename Lobo. Member of team known as the Metal Men.
Archie - anthromorphic wolf, leader of team known as the Wolf Pack Freedom Fighters.
Dell - cowboy hero.
Disney - pet dog of duck detective known as 0.0. Duck.
Marvel - clone of Spider-Girl, the daughter of Spider-Man. Possesses abilities similar to Venom and Carnage of Spider-Man fame.
Marvel - New York City Police detective turned viglante. Possesses the power to turn into gas, release a poison gas, and also possesses razor-sharp nails.
Pinnacle Comics - alien military commander who is the archenemy of the hero known as Beanman.
Image - gun-toting vigilante created by and modeled after actor/singer Tyrese Gibson.
Image - alien villainess whose weapons are her umbilical-cord-connected triplets.
DC Comics - esteemed follower of the Church of Blood, a cult led by the supervillain known as Brother Blood.
America's Best Comics - weather-controlling superhero with a desk job.
Marvel - weather-controlling mutant. Currently depowered.
DC Comics - supervillainess.
Marvel - iconic spider-themed superhero.
DC Comics - spider-themed supervillain. Enemy of DC's Captain Marvel.
Marvel - physician who was left to die in a burning building. Survived despite severe burn wounds and became a medically-themed vigilante.
Marvel - supervillian capable of mutating other organisms.
Wildstorm - Man with immeasurable magic powers who attempted to make the world follow a new religion he created, one devoted to a Buddha-esque Pokemon.
Epic - disgraced surgeon who was turned into a demonically-twisted version of himself who's sole purpose is the torture of others.
DC Comics - escapee from the planet Apokalips turned heroine turned villainess turned heroine.
DC Comics - superhero who is a living dimensional portal.
DC Comics - supervillainess who was part of a team of supervillains hired to kill the anti-hero, Hitman, only to be killed by him.
Marvel - mutant from the year 2099 with the ability to warp reality within a certain distance around herself.
Dark Horse Comics - sentient dimension that tricked a hero and heroine into giving birth to itself.
Awesome Comics - sidekick of hero known as Professor Night. Eventually became a hero in her own right and joined the team called Youngblood.
Hillman - ex-private detective who became a vigilante after listening to a fortune-telling parrot.
IDW Publishing - adversary from the "Metal Gear Solid video" game series. Knife-throwing specialist with numerous vampire-like abilities and attributes. His name refers to both his vampiric habits, as well as his bisexuality.
Marvel - woman who was a double agent and could turn into a hideous man-monster.
Public Domain - character from Lewis Carrol's "Alice in Wonderland" stories.
Marvel - supervillainess who's obsessed with the work of Lewis Carrol.
DC Comics - supervillainess who likes to be chased but can never be caught.
DC Comics - mystical supervillain.
DC Comics - Metropolis City arms dealer.
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