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Fahrenheit: [USA] Lauren Pennington, the heat controlling StormWatch operative (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).

Farina: [USA] The germophobe pig from Stephan Pastis' series Pearls Before Swine.

Fat Friar, The: [United Kingdom] One of the ghosts at Hogwarts from J.K. Rowling's series Harry Potter.

Fatale: [USA] Desirée Hopewell, the energy absorbing woman from Broadway Comics.

Father Saxton: [USA] One of the church mice helping Friar Tuck from Disney's version of Robin Hood.

Felix Abbott: [USA] Death's Angel, a would-be World conqueror from Image/TopCow.

Fenris-Wolf: [Iceland, Scandinavia] The big wolf from Norse Mythology.

Ferdie Fieldmouse: [USA] One of Mickey's two nephews (Disney).

Ferd'nand: [Denmark] The silent family man by Mik (Henning Dahl Mikkelsen).

Ferd'nand Jr.: [Denmark] Ferd'nand's kid by Mik (Henning Dahl Mikkelsen).

Ferke: [United Kingdom] German name for Piglet, the toy pig from A. A. Milne and Disney's series Winnie the Pooh.

Ferro: [USA] Andrew Nolan, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to become a being of iron (DC Comics).

Ferro Lad: [USA] Andrew Nolan, the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire that could turn into living iron (DC Comics).

Fethry Duck: [USA] The slightly confused and not too bright nephew of Scrooge McDuck (Disney).

Fiddler Pig: [USA] One of Disney's Three Little Pigs.

Fi-Doh: [Netherlands] Dr. Maybe's helper from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.

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Fifer Pig: [USA] One of Disney's Three Little Pigs.

Fifi: [Japan] The energetic sheep from Hello Kitty (Sanrio Company).

Filemón Pí: [Spain] Agent of T.I.A. from Fransisco Ibáñez' series Mortadelo y Filemón.

Fillmore: [USA] The pensive turtle from Jim Toomey's series Sherman's Lagoon.

Filo Sganga: [Italy] Brigitta's business partner and occationally the adversary of Scrooge McDuck (Disney).

Filur: [Sweden] The "bad" wizard from Rune Andréasson's series Pellefant.

Firestar: [USA] Energy absorbing mutant from Marvel Universe 616.

First American: [USA] Troy Todd, an inept hero from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Fjolle Frans: [USA] Danish name for Funny Floyd, the poet and naturalist in Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.

Flamebird: [USA] Jimmy Olsen's super-hero alter ego in Kandor (pre-crisis Earth-1, DC Comics).

Flapper: [USA] One of the Knights on Broadway from Broadway Comics.

Flashpoint: [USA] Foster McClane, the StormWatch operative with optic blasts (Image/WildStorm).

Flattop: [USA] Jason C. Phillips, a WetWorks operative (Image/WildStorm).

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Foggy: [USA] The police dog in Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.

Foghorn Leghorn: [USA] The overbearing rooster from Looney Tunes.

Fokke: [Netherlands] The teenage duck from the series Fokke & Sukke.

Folmer: [Denmark] The gofer from Holger Philipsen's series Carlt.

Foster McClane: [USA] Flashpoint, the StormWatch operative with optic blasts (Image/WildStorm).

Fourplay: [USA] Four-armed undead Bloodstrike operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Francesco: [France] Italian name for François, the boy who often follows Barbapapa and his family on their adventures, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.

Francine: [France] Hungarian name for the girl Claudine from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's Barbapapa books.

Franciscus Tietjerksteradeel: [Netherlands] The sailor from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.

François: [France] The boy who often follows Barbapapa and his family on their adventures, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.

Frank Blade: [USA] An alias used by Blade the vampire hunter on one of his missions (Marvel Universe, 616 continuity).

Frank Verrano: [USA] The pyrokinetic hero called Inferno, from DC Comics Red Circle.

Frankenstein's Monster: [USA] The Lone One, the WildStorm version of the famous monster.

Franklin: [USA] One of the kids from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.

Franklin Armstrong: [USA] The full name of Franklin from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts, in the cartoon version.

Franky Lafayette: [USA] Greyshirt, the masked hero of Indigo City (America's Best Comics (ABC)).

Fräulein Kassandra: [Germany] The teacher from Waldemar Bonsels' Die Biene Maja.

Fräulein Ophelia: [Spain] German name for Ofelia, the secretary at T.I.A., from Fransisco Ibáñez' series Mortadelo y Filemón.

Fred Bender: [USA] Doctor Eclipse, the Darque-powered villain from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Fred Clever: [Spain] German name for Mortadelo, the secret agent of T.I.A., from Fransisco Ibáñez' series Mortadelo y Filemón.

Fred Flagstone: [USA] The original name for Fred Flintstone from Hanna & Barbera's Flintstones.

Fred Flintstone: [USA] The Stone Age family man from Hanna & Barbera's Flintstones.

Frenzy: [USA] Larry Fischmann, a lawyer working at Top 10 from America's Best Comics.

Frère Boudin: [Belgium] Greg and Claude Marin's monk with the magical bone.

Friar Tuck: [USA] The Disney version of the friar from Nottingham, from the cartoon Robin Hood.

Frieda: [USA] One of the girls from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.

Fritz: [USA] Ronko, one of the Knights on Broadway, from Broadway Comics.

Frk. Jul: [United Kingdom] Danish name for Little Miss Christmas, the girl who loves Christmas, from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.

Frk. Siskensen: [Denmark] The secretary from Holger Philipsen's series Carlt.

Frontline: [USA] An unstoppable Harbinger from Valiant Heroes - 1.

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

Fru. Ferd'nand: [Denmark] The pleasant wife of Ferd'nand by Mik (Henning Dahl Mikkelsen).

Frømand: [Denmark] Frog from Carla and Vilhelm Hansen's series Rasmus Klump.

Fuji: [USA] Toshiro Misawa, a StormWatch operative from Image/WildStorm/DC Comics.

Füles: [United Kingdom] Hungarian name for Eeyore, the sad toy donkey from A. A. Milne and Disney's series Winnie the Pooh.

Funny Floyd: [USA] The poet and naturalist in Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.

Furball: [USA] Nickname for the Legionnaire Brin Londo/Timber Wolf (DC Comics, pre-crisis version).