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Dad: [USA] Calvin's father in Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
Dad Arbuckle: [USA] Jon Arbuckle's father from Jim Davis' series Garfield & Friends.
Dag Wentim: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the substitute legionnaire Stone Boy (DC Comics).
Dale: [USA] One of the chipmunks and rescue rangers from Disney.
Dalton Brothers, The: [Belgium] The famous Dalton Brothers' cousins from Morris' series Lucky Luke.
Dan McBoo: [USA] One half of the criminal duo Dangerous Dan McBoo and Idgit the Midget (Disney).
Dane: [USA] Jackson Michael Dane, leader of WetWorks (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Dangerous Dan McBoo: [USA] One half of the criminal duo Dangerous Dan McBoo and Idgit the Midget (Disney).
Daniel Dreiberg: [USA] The second Nightowl from Alan Moore's Watchmen (DC Comics).
Daniel Star: [Japan] Hello Kitty's boyfriend (Sanrio Company).
Daniel Tsuchida: [USA] Cougar, a Youngblood operative from Rob Liefeld's part of both the original and the revised Image Universe.
Danny Fuller: [USA] The second Kid Supreme from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Daredevil: [USA] Matt Murdock, the blind super-hero from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Darius Christian Dax: [USA] Supreme's arch enemy from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Dark Angel: [USA] Alias for Warren Kenneth Worthington III/Angel from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).
David: [USA] The Peripheral Man, a would-be hero from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
David Gorelick: [USA] The criminal Skullface from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.
David Waller: [USA] PSI-Fire, a hero-turned-villain from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Dawnstar: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the winged legionnaire (DC Comics).
Daywalker: [USA] The name the vampires use for Blade the vampire hunter (Marvel Universe, 616 continuity).
Deadlock: [USA] Bloodstrike operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Death: [USA] Alias for Warren Kenneth Worthington III/Angel from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).
Deathblow: [USA] Michael Cray, the soldier with regenerative powers (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Deathlok: [USA] Jack Truman, the third Deathlok in the main Marvel Universe.
Death's Angel: [USA] Felix Abbott, a would-be World conqueror from Image/TopCow.
Debbie Harris: [USA] The Savage Dragon's first girlfriend from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.
Debbie Hatcher: [USA] Bloodstrike operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Deborah Konigsberg: [USA] Masada, size changing Youngblood operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Dennis Hunter: [USA] Duplicate, a villain from Superhero Enterprises.
Desirée Hopewell: [USA] Fatale, the energy absorbing woman from Broadway Comics.
Destroyer, The: [USA] Part of Phil Seleski/Solar, split off to hunt Spider Aliens (Valiant Heroes - 1).
Detective Casey: [USA] The police detective at Duckburg Police Department (Disney).
Deuces Wilde: [USA] Milton Kroft, the villain with the ability to see the future, from DC Comics Red Circle.
Deuteronomy Duck: [USA] Dewey Duck's real name in the cartoon series Quack Pack (Disney).
Dewey Duck: [USA] One of Donald Duck's three nephews (Disney).
Dexter Cord LeMoyne: [USA] Jester, WetWorks operative; heavy artillery (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Diana Choksondik: [USA] A grade school teacher from South Park.
Diana Dane: [USA] A writer at Dazzle Comics, from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Diana Hopkins: [USA] One of the people behind the Knights on Broadway, from Broadway Comics.
Diana Galen: [USA] Temporary alias for Diana Hopkins, from Broadway Comics.
Diana Hunter: [USA] An investigator for NSC, from Valiant Heroes - 2 (Acclaim).
Dick Danger: [Denmark] The police detective from Werner Wejp-Olsen's series Inspector Danger's Crime-Quiz.
Dick Dastardly: [USA] Hanna & Barbera's race driver and pilot.
Die-hard: [USA] Cyborg operative for Youngblood, from Rob Liefeld's part of both the original and the revised Image Universe.
Die-hard II: [USA] Sentient robot from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Dilat Larath: [France] The servant and henchman from René Goscinny and Jean Tabary's series Iznogoud.
Dim-Witty: [USA] Moby Duck's slightly confused and clumsy helper (Disney/Gold Key).
Ding-a-Ling Wolf [USA] Hokey Wolf's friend and helper from Hanna and Barbera's series Hokey Wolf.
Dino: [USA] The pet dinosaur from Hanna & Barbera's Flintstones.
Dino Manolis: [USA] A StormWatch operative and former super-villain known as The Machinist from WildStorm/DC Comics.
Dion: [USA] Avalon Studios' version of the Greek god Dionysos.
Dionysos:
1: Dionysos: [Greece] The Greek god of wine, agriculture, and fertility of nature, and the patron god of the Greek stage.
2: Dionysos: [USA] Avalon Studios' version of the Greek god.
Dippy Dawg: [USA] The original name for Goofy (Disney).
Dirk Morgna:
1: Dirk Morgna: [USA] The original (pre-crisis) Sun Boy from DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes.
2: Dirk Morgna: [USA] Inferno, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to control heat (DC Comics).
3: Dirk Morgna: [USA] Sun Boy, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to give off heat and light (DC Comics).
Diva:
1: Alessandra Fermi: [USA] The original Diva from Image/WildStorm.
2: Isabella Fermi: [USA] The second Diva from WildStorm/DC Comics.
Doc: [USA] Alan Moore's version of the science-hero Thomas Hugo Strange (America's Best Comics (ABC)).
Doc Boy: [USA] The farmer and brother of Jon Arbuckle, from Jim Davis' series Garfield & Friends.
D.O.C.C.: [USA] Sentient spaceship from both Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe and his revised universe.
Doc Rocket: [USA] Rachel Richards, the granddaughter of the original Doc Rocket from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Doc Savage: [USA] Lester Dent's pulp hero (original version).
Dock-Lisa: [Sweden] The doll from Rune Andréasson's series Pellefant.
Docteur Poche: [Belgium] Marc Wasterlain's doctor with the long nose and magical coat.
Doctor Eclipse: [USA] Fred Bender, the Darque-powered villain from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Doctor Mid-Nite: [USA] Pieter Anton Cross, the 3rd Dr. Mid-Nite from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).
Doctor Regulus: [USA] Zaxton Regulus, the pre-crisis version of the LSH villain (DC Comics).
Doctor Solar: [USA] The original Man of the Atom from Gold Key.
Dominator: [USA] An armored villain from Broadway Comics.
Dominique Thiebaut: [USA] Cyblade, mutant cyborg with psionic knives from CyberForce (Image/Top Cow).
Donny McMillan: [USA] A U.S. government operative, from Broadway Comics.
Donovan Wylie: [USA] The second X-O Manowar in Valiant Heroes - 2.
Dorsal Head: [USA] The hero with the ability to adapt to underwater environments from the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.
Dozer: [USA] Joseph Herman Mendoza, WetWorks operative; heavy artillery (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Dr. Wattage: [USA] The hero with the ability to generate and control electricity from the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.
Dracula: [France] Julio Ribera's version of Bram Stoker's vampire from the series Dracurella.
Dracurella: [France] Dracula's adopted daughter (Julio Ribera).
Dragon: [USA] The green alien, mostly known as the Savage Dragon, from Erik Larsen's part of the Image Universe.
Dragoness: [USA] The former Blood Queen of the Vampire Nation (Image/WildStorm).
Dragonslayer: [USA] Jeff Smax' name and title for a time when he lived on Parallel 137 (America's Best Comics (ABC)).
Drake Burroughs: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire Wildfire (DC Comics).
Drakken: [USA] The vampire trying to become leader of the Vampire Nation (Image/WildStorm).
Dream Girl:
1: Nura Nal: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the precog from the Legion of Super-Heroes (DC Comics).
2: Nura Nal: [USA] The 2005 reboot version of the precog from the Legion of Super-Heroes (DC Comics).
Drexel: [USA] The armed Farberge egg from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Dr. Archer: [USA] Paraplegic villain from DC Comics Red Circle.
Dr. Falcão: [USA] Brazilian name for Emil Eagle, the evil genius from Disney.
Dr. G: [USA] Gyro Gearlooses identity when he's working for S.H.U.S.H. (Disney).
Dr. Manhattan: [USA] The blue-skinned hero and scientist from Alan Moore's Watchmen (DC Comics).
Dr. Maybe: [Netherlands] The evil doctor from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Dr. Mirage: [USA] Hwen Mirage the paranormal investigator from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Duane Bodine: [USA] Dust Devil, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Duchess: [USA] Chic Young's spinster from Colonel Potterby and the Duchess.
Duckies: [Japan] The duckling who follow Chococat and his friends around (Sanrio Company).
Ductile Detective, The: [USA] Alias for Ralph Dibney/The Elongated Man from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Duke Buchanan: [USA] A U.S. government operative, from Broadway Comics.
Duller: [Denmark] One of the boys from Holger Philipsen's series Carlt.
Duo Damsel: [USA] Luornu Durgo, the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire while she could split into two (DC Comics).
Duplicate: [USA] Dennis Hunter, a villain from Superhero Enterprises.
Dust Devil: [USA] Duane Bodine, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Dustin Geoff: [USA] Ivory, one of the front figures at JFH: Justice-for-Hire (Creative Impulse Entertainment).
Dustwalker, The: [USA] Ab-Death, the creature walking between the World of the Living and the Dead from WildStorm.
Dutch: [USA] Mercenary from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Dylan Cruise: [USA] Heatwave, the original leader of Cyber Force from Image/TopCow.