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Habeas Corpus: [USA] Monk's pet pig from Lester Dent's pulp series Doc Savage.

Hacker: [USA] Michael Talbot, the computer genius from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Hades: [Greece] The ruler of the Underworld from Greek Mythology.

Hal Chandler: [USA] The live part of the original 3D-Man (Marvel Universe, 616 continiuty).

Ham: [USA] Nickname for Theodore Marley Brooks the lawyer from Lester Dent's pulp series Doc Savage.

Hamlet: [United Kingdom] William Shakespeare's Prince of Denmark.

Hana-Maru: [Japan] One of Badtz-Maru's friend (Sanrio Company).

Handsome Dan: [USA] Jolly Roger's henchman from a.k.a. Comics.

Hangman, The: [USA] Robert Dickering, the immortal avenger from DC Comics Red Circle.

Hans: [Denmark] The father in Helge Hall's series Hans og Grete.

Hans Haan: [USA] Dutch name for the bard Alan-a-Dale from Disney's version of Robin Hood, used in the movie.

Hansi Engelmeier: [Germany] Engelmann, Nicolas Mahler's tragic super-hero.

Harald-les-beaux-cheveux: [Belgium] The Viking king from Marcel Remacle and Marcel Denis' series Hultrasson le Viking.

Hard Haid Moe: [USA] The hermit from Disney.

Hardedge: [USA] Mercenary from Shadowline, Jim Valentino's part of the original Image Universe.

Hardware: [USA] Criminal from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.

Harleen Quinzel: [USA] Harley Quinn, a villain from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).

Harley Quinn: [USA] Harleen Quinzel, a villain from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).

Haroun El Poussah: [France] The benevolent Caliph from René Goscinny and Jean Tabary's series Iznogoud.

Harry Lovelace: [USA] The Word, the hostage negotiator at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Harry Twiddles [USA] Mr. Twiddles full name in the series Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law (Hanna & Barbera).

Hart Druiter: [USA] Nemesis Kid, the pre-crisis version of the villain with the adaptive powers.

Hawley Griffin: [USA] Alan Moore's version of H.G. Wells' Invisible Man from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Hawthorne: [USA] The hermit crab from Jim Toomey's series Sherman's Lagoon.

Headlight: [USA] A contestant with light-based powers for the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.

Heatwave: [USA] Dylan Cruise, the original leader of Cyber Force from Image/TopCow.

Hebe: [Greece] A daughter of Zeus and Hera, and the wife of Herakles from Greek Mythology.

Hector Lopez: [USA] Monsoon, the desk sergeant at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump IV: [USA] Lumpy, the heffalump from Disney's series Winnie the Pooh.

Hefrik Trutter Brumberg Hafferlaf den fjerde: [USA] Danish name for Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump IV/Lumpy, the heffalump from Disney's series Winnie the Pooh.

Hel: [Iceland, Scandinavia] The ruler of Niflheim from Norse Mythology.

Hellion: [USA] Harbinger/demon hybrid from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Hello Kitty: [Japan] Kitty White, the famous cute cat (Sanrio Company).

Hellstrike: [USA] Nigel Keane, a StormWatch operative from Image/WildStorm/DC Comics.

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

Henery Hawk: [USA] The small chickenhawk who is not quite sure what a chicken looks like (Looney Tunes).

Henry: [USA] Original name for Pepé Le Pew from Looney Tunes.

Henry Jekyll: [USA] Alan Moore's version of Robert Louis Stevenson's unfortunate doctor from America's Best Comics (ABC).

Henry Pym: [USA] The hero who became Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Goliath and Yellowjacket (Marvel Universe, 616 continuity).

Herbert Garrison: [USA] The muliple personality/trans gender teacher from South Park.

Hermes: [Greece] The messenger of the Greek gods.

Hiroshi Kuramoto: [USA] Kayo, a Brigade operative/mercenary from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.

Hjulhunden: [Sweden] The toy dog from Rune Andréasson series Pellefant.

Hobbes: [USA] The (toy)tiger from Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.

Hobby Hipp: [Norway] Sissel Solem's kid of the 1970s.

Hokey Wolf [USA] Hanna and Barbera's slacker and con artist.

Hollis Mason: [USA] The first Nightowl from Alan Moore's Watchmen (DC Comics).

Hope Stevens: [USA] The daughter of Shy Stevens/ChiSai (Approbation Comics).

Horseman: [USA] Immortal warrior from Kevlar Studios.

Hotwire: [USA] Hero with electrical powers from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Hr. Jul: [United Kingdom] Danish name for Mr. Christmas, the guy who loves Christmas, from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.

Hr. Maehløs: [Denmark] The owner of Maehløs & Co. from Holger Philipsen's series Carlt.

Hr. Vindhas: [USA] Danish name for Mr. Teetering, one of the senior citizens in Upper Duckwater, from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.

Huckleberry Hound: [USA] Hanna & Barbera's blue dog.

Huebert Duck: [USA] Huey Duck's real name in the cartoon series Quack Pack (Disney).

Huey Duck: [USA] One of Donald Duck's three nephews Disney.

Hugo Habicht: [USA] German name for Emil Eagle, the evil genius from Disney.

Hugo Sępal: [USA] Polish name for Emil Eagle, the evil genius from Disney.

Hulk: [USA] Robert Bruce Banner, the Incredible Hulk from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).

Hultrasson: [Belgium] Marcel Remacle and Marcel Denis' viking.

Hyperdog: [USA] Kemlo Caesar, the briefing officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics.

Hyperion: [Greece] Sun god from the original Greek Mythology.

Hwen Dong Fong: [USA] Doctor Mirage, a paranormal investigator from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Hwen Mirage: [USA] Doctor Mirage, a paranormal investigator from Valiant Heroes - 1.

Hønen: [Denmark] The hen from Torben Osted's series Fodring Forbudt.