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Ab-Death: [USA] The creature walking between the World of the Living and the Dead from WildStorm.

Abdul Qamar: [USA] The first Arabian Knight from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).

Abe Brown: [USA] Black Tiger, one of the Sons of the Tiger from Marvel Universe 616.

Abe McGuffie: [USA] The mayor of Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.

Abel: [USA] The caretaker and storyteller from DC Comics pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0.

Abhararakadhararbarakh: [USA] Abra Kadabra, magician and villain from DC Comics pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0.

Abnegazar: [USA] Demon from DC Comics pre-crisis Earth-1.

Abner Ravenworth: [USA] The original Jack from WWII in Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Abigail Mercy Wright: [USA] An angel of mercy known as Mercy from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).

Abomination, The: [USA] Emil Blonsky, the Yugoslavian agent turned monster by gamma-rays (Marvel Universe, 616 continuity).

Abra Kadabra: [USA] Magician and villain from DC Comics pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0.

Abraham Zondag: [Netherlands] Freelance agent from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.

Achilles: [USA] Alan Moore's version of the famous warrior from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.

Acolmiztli: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec god of the underworld.

Acolnahuacatl: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec god of the underworld.

Acuecucyoticihuati: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec goddess of the ocean, running water, and rivers.

Adam:

Adam Strange: [USA] The archaeologist and adventurer on Rann (DC Comics pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).

Adamson: [Sweden] Oscar Jacobsson's classic silent character.

Adrian Veidt: [USA] The hero Ozymandias from Alan Moore's Watchmen (DC Comics).

Adriance Carpathia: [USA] An Ion-pilot from Oren (Dark Ocean Studios).

Aegeus: [USA] Nikos Aegeus, Greek terrorist from pre-crisis Earth-1 (DC Comics).

Afterglow: [USA] A Blood S.C.R.E.A.M. operative from Broadway Comics.

Agent 18: [USA] Jack Truman, the third Deathlok in the main Marvel Universe (616 Universe).

Agent 327: [Netherlands] Martin Lodewijk's secret agent Hendrik IJzerbroot.

Agent 525: [Netherlands] A secret agent from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.

Agent H2O: [Belgium] Steve Pops, Jacques Devos' very secret agent.

Agent R-7: [USA] Codename for Emil Blonsky before he became the Abomination (Marvel Universe, 616 continuity).

Agostino Lagostina: [Italy] Original name for Osvaldo Cavandoli's cartoon character La Linea.

Ajax: [USA] Human/alien teenager from Broadway Comics.

Al: [USA] Stykman's alien sidekick from a.k.a. Comics.

Alan Keever: [USA] Youngblood supervisor from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Alan Wellington Scott: [USA] The first Green Lantern from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-2, post crisis Earth-0).

Alan-a-Dale: [USA] The bard from Disney's version of Robin Hood.

Alan-i-Dalen: [USA] Swedish name for the bard from Disney's version of Robin Hood.

Alchemist: [USA] Jan Arrah, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to change elements (DC Comics).

Alessandra Fermi: [USA] The StormWatch operative Diva with sonic powers (Image/WildStorm).

Alex Barros: [USA] Coldsnap, a member of Brigade with the ability to project coldness, from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Alexander: [Japan] The mouse from the adaption of Waldemar Bonsels' Die Biene Maja.

Alexander Graves: [USA] Lucifer's identity on Earth from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Alexei Glushko: [USA] The Spaceman, telepathic police officer at Top 10; from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Alexei Luthor: [USA] The retconned name for the Golden Age version of Lex Luthor for Earth-2 (DC Comics).

Aleyen: [USA] A wanderer/outlaw from H'trae (Dark Ocean Studios).

Alfie: [Denmark] The timid assistant from Werner Wejp-Olsen's series Inspector Danger's Crime-Quiz.

Alfred Pennyworth: [USA] Bruce Wayne's butler from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).

Alfredo: [Denmark] Mogens Jørgensen and Cosper Cornelius' pantomime womanizer.

Alfredo Jr.: [Denmark] The son of Alfredo from Mogens Jørgensen and Cosper Cornelius' pantomime series Alfredo.

Algy: [USA] The janitor at the mayor's office in Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.

Alice the Goon: [USA] The strange creature from Elzie Crisler Segar's series Popeye the Sailor.

Allan Quatermain: [USA] Alan Moore's version of H. Rider Haggard's adventurer from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Alloy: [USA] Defunct X-O armor animated by the deceased Paul Bouvier (Valiant Heroes - 1).

Alphonse: [USA] The needy porcupine from Stephan Pastis' series Pearls Before Swine.

Amanda Reed: [USA] Taboo, the red head with a vampiric symbiote from Image/WildStorm.

Ambrosius: [Belgium] One of the soldiers from Louis-Michel Carpentier's series Les Toyottes.

American Eagle: [USA] Jason Strongbow, a native American super-hero from Marvel Universe, 616 continiuty.

American Icon: [USA] A super strong contestant for the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.

Amimitl: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec god of lakes and fish hunters.

Amok: [USA] Immortal warrior from Valiant Heroes - 2.

Amy Belcher: [USA] She-Dragon from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.

Ancient, The: [USA] Magician from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Andre DuBois: [USA] The speedster Mach from the Secret Weapons program (Valiant Heroes - 1).

Andrew Blodgett Mayfair: [USA] The chemist from Lester Dent's pulp series Doc Savage.

Andrew Nolan:

Andromeda: [USA] Laurel Gand, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the super-strong Daxamite from The Legionnaires (DC Comics).

Angel: [USA] Warren Kenneth Worthington III, a winged mutant from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).

Angelica Jones: Energy absorbing mutant from Marvel Universe 616.

Angelo Mortalli:

Annabel: [France] Dutch and South African name for the girl Claudine from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's Barbapapa books.

Annabell: [USA] The fat southern bell cat from Eek! The Cat (Fox Kids).

Annihilus: [USA] Conqueror from the Negative Zone (Marvel Universe, 616 continiuty)

Ant-Man: [USA] Henry Pym, the original Ant-Man from the Marvel Universe (616 continuity).

Anthony White: [Japan] Hello Kitty's grandfather (Sanrio Company).

Antonio Seghetti: [USA] The first Overlord and leader of the Vicious Circle from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.

Ape, The: [USA] Adam, the simian hero of S.M.A.S.H. from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Aphrodite: [Greece] The Greek goddess love, beauty and fertility.

Aphrodite IX: [USA] Android assassin from TopCow.

Apollo: [Greece] The Greek god of music.

Apparition: [USA] Tinya Wazzo, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to phase through objects (DC Comics).

April Duck: [USA] One of Daisy Duck's three nieces (Disney).

April Martinez: [USA] One of John Raymond's friends, DC Comics Red Circle.

Aqua-Chica: [USA] A hydro-manipulating contestant for the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.

Aqualad: [USA] Garth, an Atlantean hero and magician from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).

Arabian Knight: [USA] Abdul Qamar, the knight on the magic carpet from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).

Aragog: [United Kingdom] The giant spider from J.K. Rowling's series Harry Potter.

Archangel: [USA] Alias for Warren Kenneth Worthington III/Angel from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).

Arclight: [USA] Alias for Jackson Dane while he was in Team 7 (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).

Arend Akelig: [USA] Dutch name for Emil Eagle, the evil genius from Disney.

Arend Adelaar: [USA] Dutch name for Emil Eagle, the evil genius from Disney.

Ares: [Greece] God of war from the original Greek Mythology.

Aric: [USA] The Visigoth from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Aric Dacia: [USA] Modern day name for the Visigoth Aric from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Arlene: [USA] The gap-toothed cat from Jim Davis' series Garfield & Friends.

Armand Sebastian Waering: The werewolf who funded WetWorks for a time (Image/WildStorm).

Arnold Dimple: [USA] The original part of the Fiend from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.

Arnold Wesker: [USA] The criminal mastermind from Gotham City known as Ventriloquist and Scarface (DC Comics, post-crisis Earth-0).

Arrteck: [USA] A guardsman from H'trae (Dark Ocean Studios).

Arsenal: [USA] Roy Harper from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).

Arson: [USA] Nick Pugh, a pyrokinetic villain from Shadowline, Jim Valentino's part of the original Image Universe.

Artemis: [Greece] The Greek goddess of the hunt and the moon.

Artige Werner: [Denmark] The goody two-shoes from Qvist's series Skrækkelige Olfert.

Astérix: [France] René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo's famous Gaul warrior.

Astro Girl: [USA] A space adventurer and contestant for the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.

Athena: [USA] Lily Nalin, a Bloodstrike operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Athene: [Greece] The Greek goddess of wisdom.

Atl: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec god of water.

Atlacamani: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec goddess of the storms which occur on the ocean.

Atlacoya: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec goddess of drought.

Atlas:

Atlatonin: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec mother-goddess.

Atlaua: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec water god.

Autocat: [USA] The race driver cat from Hanna & Barbera's Motormouse and Autocat.

Atom Girl: [USA] Salu Digby, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to shrink to subatomic size (DC Comics).

Avarell Dalton: [Belgium] One of the Dalton brothers from Morris' series Lucky Luke.

Avenging Angel: [USA] Alias for Warren Kenneth Worthington III/Angel from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).

Ax: [USA] The harbinger with the ability to control machines from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Ayauhteotl: [Aztec Empire/Mexico] Aztec goddess of the haze and mist which can be seen at night and early in the morning.

Ayla Ranzz:

Aztlan: [USA] The harbinger with the ability to absorb human strength and endurance by sacrifice (Valiant Heroes - 1).