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Bacil: [France] Dracula's servant from Julio Ribera's series Dracurella.
Badrock: [USA] Alias for Thomas John McCall from both Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe and his revised universe.
Badtz-Maru: [Japan] The mischievous and cool little penguin (Sanrio Company).
Bailout: [USA] Debbie Hatcher, a Bloodstrike operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Ballistic: [USA] Cassandra Lane, the mutant cyborg from CyberForce with the perfect aim (Image/Top Cow).
Bang Bang Sam: [Chile] Vicar's pantomime cowboy.
Barbabadut: [France] Danish name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabamse: [France] Danish name for Barbidou, the barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabarba: [France] Italian name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabeau: [France] UK/US name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabee: [France] Dutch and South African name for Barbidou, the barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabela: [France] Portuguese name for Barbabelle, the barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabella: [France] German, Dutch, Hungarian, Italian, South African and Spanish name for Barbabelle, the barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabelle: [France] The barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabello: [France] Spanish name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabenno: [France] Dutch and South African name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabib: [France] Danish name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabientje: [France] Dutch and South African name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabilled: [France] Danish name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabimbam: [France] Danish name for Barbalala, The barbapapa who loves music, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbablonde: [France] Danish name for Barbabelle, the barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbablå: [France] Danish name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabo: [France] German name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabob: [France] Dutch and South African name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabok: [France] Norwegian and Swedish name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaborre: [France] Dutch and South African name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabrahe: [France] Danish name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabravo:
1: Barbabravo: [France] Italian name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
2: Barbabravo: [France] Spanish and UK/US name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabright: [France] UK/US name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabrillo: [France] Spanish name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbabum: [France] German name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaclic: [France] Portuguese name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbacuca: [France] Portuguese name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbafin: [France] Norwegian and Swedish name for Barbabelle, the barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaflink: [France] Norwegian and Swedish name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaforte: [France] Italian and South African name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbagod: [France] Norwegian name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbagrøn: [France] Danish name for Barbalala, The barbapapa who loves music, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbagul: [France] Danish name for Barbidou, the barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbakata: [France] Hungarian name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbakondi: [France] Hungarian and South African name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbakus: [France] German name for Barbidou, the barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbalala: [France] The barbapapa who loves music, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbalalla: [France] Italian spelling of Barbalala, the barbapapa who loves music, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaletta: [France] German name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbalib: [France] Spanish and UK/US name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbalilla: [France] Danish name for Barbabelle, the barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbamama: [France] Barbapapa's wife from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's books.
Barbamamé: [France] Spanish name for Barbapapa's wife Barbamama from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's books.
Barbamamma: [France] Italian and Norwegian name for Barbapapa's wife Barbamama from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's books.
Barbaorange: [France] Danish name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapaavo: [France] Finnish name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapamacs: [France] Hungarian name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapapa: [France] The pink shape shifter from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's books.
Barbapapá: [France] Spanish and Italian spelling for Barbapapa, the pink shape shifter from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's books.
Barbapinko: [France] Finnish name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapjuske: [France] Danish name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaploc: [France] Portuguese name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapoju: [France] Finnish name for Barbidou, the barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapörrö: [France] Finnish name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbapu: [France] Finnish name for Barbabelle, the barbapapa who loves beauty, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbat: [France] Finnish name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbatinta: [France] Portuguese name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbatudor: [France] Hungarian name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbara Gordon: [USA] Oracle and the second Batgirl from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Barbarix: [France] German name for Barbibul, the barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbarød: [France] Danish name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbaskön: [France] Swedish name for Barbouille, the barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbastark: [France] Swedish name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbasterk: [France] Norwegian name for Barbidur, the barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbazoo: [France] Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and UK/US name for Barbidou, the barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbibul: [France] The barbapapa who loves science, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbidou: [France] The barbapapa who loves animals, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbidur: [France] The barbapapa who loves strength and heroism, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbotine: [France] The barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbottina: [France] Italian name for Barbotine, the barbapapa who loves books, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barbouille: [France] The barbapapa who loves art, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Barend: [Netherlands] The young office assistant at BVD, from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Barnabé: [Belgium] The prince with the peculiar look from Louis-Michel Carpentier's series Les Toyottes.
Barney Rubble: [USA] Fred Flintstone's best friend and neighbor from Hanna & Barbera's Flintstones.
Barnyard Dawg: [USA] The guard dog mostly watching the chickens along with Foghorn Leghorn (Looney Tunes).
Bartholomew J.Troll: [USA] Troll from both Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe and his revised universe.
Batgirl:
1: Barbara Gordon: [USA] The second Batgirl from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
2: Cassandra Cain: [USA] The third Batgirl from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).
Batman: [USA] The World's greatest detective from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Battalion: [USA] Jackson King's call sign when he was a StormWatch operative (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Battista: [Italy] Scrooge McDuck's butler (Disney).
Battlestone: [USA] John Annex Stone, reanimated mercenary from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Beagle Boys: [USA] The gang who is always trying to steal Scrooge McDuck's money (Disney).
Beagle Brats: [USA] The Beagle Boys' unruly nephews (Disney).
Bear: [Japan] The teddy bear from Hello Kitty (Sanrio Company).
Beast Prince: [USA] Prince Drakken, the vampire trying to become leader of the Vampire Nation (Image/WildStorm).
Bedrock: [USA] Original name for Badrock from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Beelzebub: [USA] Witch Hazel's magical broom (Disney).
Beep Beep: [USA] The comic book name for the Road Runner from Looney Tunes.
Belle-Mére, La: [France] Julio Ribera's version of Snowwhite's evil stepmom from his series Dracurella.
Benoît Brisefer: [Belgium] Peyo's polite and very strong boy.
Beowulf the Immortal: [USA] Rob Liefeld's version of the famous warrior from his revised Universe.
Betsy: [Netherlands] The secretary from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Big Bad Wolf: [USA] Disney's version of the wolf from the European Folk Tales.
Big Joe: [Denmark] The elephant from Torben Osted's series Fodring Forbudt.
Big Toot: [USA] The grown-up tugboat from Disney/Gold Key.
Bill: [USA] Agent of the Brotherhood, from Broadway Comics.
Bill Bailey: [USA] Wolfspider, the SWAT Team leader at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Binchen: [DDR/Germany] The female teddy bear from the series Bummi.
Biquinho: [Brasil] Fethry's nephew (Disney).
Black Anvil: [USA] Mercenary from Image/TopCow.
Black Betty: [USA] Elizabeth Rowan, a magician and StormWatch operative from WildStorm/DC Comics.
Black Hood, The: [USA] Mateo Burland, the DC Comics Red Circle version of The Black Hood.
Black Tiger: [USA] Abe Brown, one of the Sons of the Tiger from Marvel Universe 616.
Black Widow: [USA] Natalia Alianovna Romanova, the Sovjet spy who became a super-hero in USA (Marvel Universe, 616 continiuty).
Blackbird: [USA] Nathanial Blackbird, a WetWorks operative (Image/WildStorm).
Blackjac: [USA] Mercenary from Shadowline, Jim Valentino's part of the original Image Universe.
Blacktion Figure: [USA] The live action figure from the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.
Blackwhite: [USA] One of the Knights on Broadway from Broadway Comics.
Blade: [USA] The toughest vampire hunter in the Marvel Universe (616 continuity).
Blindshot: [USA] Bob Booker, cab driver in Neopolis; from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Blindside: [USA] Agent/super-hero created by Marat Mychaels.
Blok: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the stone Legionnaire (DC Comics).
Blood Queen: [USA] Dragoness, the former queen of the Vampire Nation (Image/WildStorm).
Bloodbow:
1: Trace O'Donnell: [USA] The first Bloodbow from Image/TopCow.
2: Sh'rrnnn: [USA] The second Bloodbow from Image/TopCow.
Bloodshot:
1: Angelo Mortalli: [USA] The original Bloodshot from Valiant Heroes - 1.
2: Raymond Garrison: [USA] Bloodshot from Valiant Heroes - 2.
Bloodstone: [USA] Elsa Bloodstone, the second Bloodstone from Marvel Universe.
Bloodstrike:
1: Bloodstrike: [USA] Organization from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
2: Cabbot Stone: [USA] Reanimated mercenary from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Blue: [USA] The bluish cat from Jim Davis's series U.S. Acres.
Bluto: [USA] Popeye's nemesis from Elzie Crisler Segar's series Popeye the Sailor.
Bo: [USA] The happy sheep from Jim Davis's series U.S. Acres.
Boa: [Denmark] The snake from Torben Osted's series Fodring Forbudt.
Bob Booker: [USA] Blindshot, cab driver in Neopolis; from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Bob Diamond: [USA] One of the Sons of the Tiger from Marvel Universe 616.
Bob the bottom-dweller: [USA] Bottom-dwelling fish from Jim Toomey's series Sherman's Lagoon.
Bobbie Harras: [USA] Rai-Kee, an agent of Axiom Enterprses, from Dale Keown's part of the original Image Universe/Full Bleed.
Bone Puppet, The: [USA] Ab-Death, the creature walking between the World of the Living and the Dead from WildStorm.
Bonnie Harris: [USA] The human part of the Fiend from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.
Booker: [USA] The worm chasing adventurous chicken from Jim Davis's series U.S. Acres.
Boomer O'Shea: [USA] Impact, CyberForce operative from Image/TopCow
Boone: [USA] Mercenary from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Borboleta Purpura: [Brasil] Gloria, Fethry's hippie girlfriend and partner in crime fighting (Disney).
Boris Kloris: [Netherlands] The Russian agent from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Bouncing Boy: [USA] Charles Foster Taine, the pre-crisis version of the elastic Legionnaire (DC Comics).
Brahma: [USA] Jeff Kessler, the triple-in-one human from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Brainiac 5:
1: Querl Dox: [USA] The original (pre-crisis) Brainiac 5 from DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes.
2: Querl Dox: [USA] The Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the extreme intelligence (DC Comics).
3: Querl Dox: [USA] The 2005 reboot version of the super intelligent Legionnaire (DC Comics).
Brek Bannin: [USA] Polar Boy, the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire with freezing powers (DC Comics).
Brenda Lewis: [USA] Killjoy, the leader of CyberData's S.H.O.C. troops from Image/TopCow.
Brer Bear: [USA] The friendly farmer from Disney.
Brett Butler: [USA] Sentinel II from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Brick: [USA] Richard Walters, a member of Doom's IV with a body made of sand (Image/Extreme Studios).
Brigade: [USA] Organization from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Brigitta: [Italy] The businesswoman who's chasing Scrooge McDuck (Disney).
Brin Londo:
1: Brin Londo: [USA] Timber Wolf, the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire (DC Comics).
2: Brin Londo: [USA] Timber Wolf, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with enhanced strength, speed and agility (DC Comics).
Brittany Miller: [USA] One of the sorority girls and zombie killers from Approbation Comics.
Bronze: [USA] The king of the dragons from Dragon Cross (Big City Comics).
Broom-Hilda: [USA] Russell Myers' cigar smoking, beer drinking, politically incorrect witch.
Bruce Stinson: [USA] The mercenary known as Chapel from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe, and the revised Rob Liefeld universe.
Bruce Wayne: [USA] Batman from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Brunus: [Denmark] The hungry, TV-addicted bear from Torben Osted's series Fodring Forbudt.
Brutus: [USA] Temporary name for Bluto from Elzie Crisler Segar's series Popeye the Sailor.
Buck Nekid: [USA] The great hero from a.k.a. Comics.
Bulldozer: [USA] Joseph Herman Mendoza, WetWorks operative; heavy artillery (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Bummi: [DDR/Germany] The teddy bear from the East German children's magazine.
Burn: [USA] Kate McLelland, a member of Doom's IV with the ability to control heat (Image/Extreme Studios).
Butters: [USA] A kid from South Park.
Buzzcut: [USA] Trent Peterson, a four armed mutant cyborg from CyberData (Image/Top Cow).