WeirdSpace - Culture without borders

M




M: [USA] Character from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Mach: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Machinist, The: [USA] Dino Manolis, a StormWatch operative and former super-villain from WildStorm/DC Comics.
Mad Ginny: [USA] Character from Avalon Studios.
Mad Madame Mim: [USA] Disney's version of T.H. White's character.
Madame Adolphine: [Belgium] Robot from Peyo's series Benoît Brisefer.
Madame Casse-Pieds: [France] The girl who is a pain in the neck from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Collet-Monté: [France] The prim woman from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Coquette: [France] The flirty woman from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Géniale: [France] The great girl from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Mim: [USA] Disney's version of T.H. White's character.
Madame Moi-Je: [France] The self-centered girl from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Oui: [France] The woman who agrees with everyone on everything, from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Prudente: [France] The wise and careful girl from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Tintamarre: [France] The hurly-burly girl from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Madame Tout-Va-Bien: [France] The girl with the perfect life from Roger Hargreaves' series Little Miss.
Magica De Spell [USA] The witch trying to get Scrooge McDuck's Number One Dime (Disney).
Magilla Gorilla: [USA] Hanna & Barbera's pet gorilla that could not be sold.
Magnet, The: [USA] Grant Halford, Alan Moore's version of the science-hero (America's Best Comics (ABC)).
Maid Marian: [USA] The Disney version of Robin Hood's sweetheart, from the cartoon Robin Hood.
Mailman, The: [USA] Character from Jim Davis' series Garfield & Friends.
Maja: [Germany] Waldemar Bonsels' adventurous young bee.
Malakai: [USA] An agent of Unity from Valiant Heroes - 2.
Man of Bronze: [USA] Character from Lester Dent's pulp series Doc Savage.
Man of Steel:
1: Kal-L: [USA, Canada] The Golden Age/pre-crisis Earth-2 version of Superman (DC Comics).
2: Kal-El: [USA, Canada] The Silver Age/ pre-crisis Earth-1 Superman (DC Comics).
3: Kal-El: [USA, Canada] The post-crisis Earth-0 Superman (DC Comics).
Man of the Atom: [USA] Character from Gold Key.
Mandrake: [USA] Temporary name used for Barnyard Dawg (Looney Tunes).
Mano: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the member of the Fatal Five with the desintegrating hand (DC Comics).
Marc Antony: [USA] The bulldog with the cute kitten (Looney Tunes).
Marc Barros: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Marcie: [USA] The smart girl from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
Marcie Johnson: [USA] Marcie's name in the Peanuts cartoons.
Marcus Langston: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Margaret White: [Japan] Hello Kitty's grandmother (Sanrio Company).
Marie: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
Maritza Blackbird: [USA] Pilgrim, WetWorks operative; reconnaissance/sniper/medic (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Marjorie: [Denmark] One of the bullfinches from Torben Osted's series Fodring Forbudt.
Mark Grayson: [USA] Character from Robert Kirkman's part of the Image Universe.
Marrs: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
Mars Gunther: [USA] Former leader of the Purifiers from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Marvel Lad: [USA] Temporary alias for the pre-crisis version of the Daxamite legionnaire Lar Gand/Mon-El (DC Comics).
Marvel Man: [USA] Original name for Wendell Vaughn/Quasar (Marvel Universe, 616 continiuty).
Marvin the Martian: [USA] The Martian conqueror from Looney Tunes.
Mary White: [Japan] The kind mother of Hello Kitty (Sanrio Company).
Masada: [USA] Deborah Konigsberg, size changing Youngblood operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Masked Marvel: [USA] Robbie Baldwin, the kinetic hero from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Mata Hair: [Netherlands] CIA agent from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Matches Malone: [USA] Batman's undercover identity as a crook (DC Comics, pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Mateo Burland: [USA] The Black Hood from DC Comics Red Circle.
Matilda: [USA] Gyro Gearloose's girlfriend (Disney).
Matter-Eater Lad: [USA] Tenzil Kem, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to eat anything (DC Comics).
Matthew Michael Murdock: [USA] Daredevil, the blind super-hero from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Mauspeter: [DDR/Germany] The cat from the series Bummi.
Max: [Japan] The earth worm from the adaption of Waldemar Bonsels' Die Biene Maja.
Max Boldd: [USA] Crime czar from Shadowline, Jim Valentino's part of the original Image Universe.
Max Møller: [Denmark] The original name for Dick Danger from the series Inspector Danger's Crime-Quiz.
Max St. James: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 1.
MaxiMage: [USA] Lori Sanders, a mage from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
May Duck: [USA] One of Daisy Duck's three nieces (Disney).
Maya Royko: [USA] Nautika, the StormWatch operative with electrical powers (WildStorm).
Megan: [USA] The female white shark from Jim Toomey's series Sherman's Lagoon.
Megan Wylie: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 2.
Meico: [USA] The medic from Alien Legion.
Mekt Ranzz: [USA] Lightning Lord, the pre-crisis LSH villain with electrical powers (DC Comics).
Melody:
1: Melody: [Italy] One of Minnie Mouse's nieces (Disney).
2: Melody: [Netherlands] Character from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Mercy: [USA] Abigail Mercy Wright, an angel of mercy from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Mia Dearden: [USA] The second Speedy from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).
Michael Cray: [USA] The soldier/I.O. operative Deathblow (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Michael Lazarus:
1: Angelo Mortalli: [USA] The original Bloodshot from Valiant Heroes - 1.
2: Raymond Garrison: [USA] Bloodshot from Valiant Heroes - 2.
Michael Stone: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Michael Talbot: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Michiel: [France] Dutch and South African name for François, the boy who often follows Barbapapa and his family on their adventures, from Annette Tison and Talus Taylor's series Barbapapa.
Mickey Graves: [USA] Knight Sabre, energy absorbing Youngblood operative from both Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image universe and his revised Universe.
Mickey Mouse: [USA] The famous mouse from Disney.
Mickey Tombs: [USA] Alias for Mickey Graves/Knight Sabre, energy absorbing Youngblood operative from both Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image universe and his revised Universe.
Micro Lad: [USA] The name Gim Allon/Colossal Boy originally wanted to use (2005 reboot version of the Legion of Super-Heroes, DC Comics).
Micro-maid: [USA] Sally-Jo Jessel, forensic pathologist at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Midgard Serpent: [Iceland, Scandinavia] The serpent surrounding Midgard in the Norse Mythology.
Midnight Doctor: [USA] Pieter Anton Cross, the 3rd Dr. Mid-Nite from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).
Mike Murdock: [USA] An alias Matt Murdock used early in his career as Daredevil (Marvel Universe, 616 continiuty).
Miles Jeremiah Craven: [USA] The National Security Czar at NSC/Team 7 (Image/WildStorm).
Milton Kroft: [USA] Deuces Wilde, the villain with the ability to see the future, from DC Comics Red Circle.
Mimmy White: [Japan] The shy twin sister of Hello Kitty (Sanrio Company).
Mina Harker: [USA] Alan Moore's version of Bram Stoker's character (from Dracula) from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Mina Murray: [USA] Alan Moore's version of Bram Stoker's Mina Harker (from Dracula) from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Minnie Mouse: [USA] Mickey Mouse's girlfriend (Disney).
Misery: [USA] Lydia O'Rourke, the telepathic mutant cyborg from Image/Top Cow.
Miss Othmar: [USA] One of the teachers from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
Miss Siskensen: [Denmark] The secretary from Holger Philipsen's series Carlt.
Miss Wormwood: [USA] The teacher from Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
Missus Bear: [USA] The sweet and charming wife of Bre'r Bear (Disney).
Mitchell Saunders: [USA] Cannon, a StormWatch operative from Image/WildStorm/DC Comics.
Moby Duck: [USA] The whaler from Disney/Gold Key.
Moe: [USA] The bully from Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
Moley: [Japan] The mole living in Hello Kitty's backyard (Sanrio Company).
Mom
1: Mom: [USA] Calvin's mother from Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
2: Mom: [USA] J.B and Wendy Elizabeth's mother from Eek! The Cat (Fox Kids).
Mom Arbuckle: [USA] Jon Arbuckle's mother from Jim Davis' series Garfield & Friends.
Momsemor: [Denmark] Werner Wejp-Olsen's playful and strong old lady from his series Momsemor.
Mon-El: [USA] Most common name for the pre-crisis version of the Daxamite legionnaire Lar Gand (DC Comics).
Monarchy, The: [USA] Organization for taking care of interdimensional threats (WildStorm).
Monk: [USA] Character from Lester Dent's pulp series Doc Savage.
Monsieur Bagarreur: [France] The rowdy guy from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Monsieur Non: [France] The guy who always disagrees with everyone and everything, from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Monsieur Personne: [France] The bland guy, from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Monsoon: [USA] Hector Lopez, the desk sergeant at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Monster of Ván: [Iceland, Scandinavia] The big wolf from Norse Mythology.
Monstrosity, The: [USA] Mordecai Shaw, a StormWatch operative and former super-villain from WildStorm/DC Comics.
Morcego Vermelho: [Brasil] Fethry Duck's superhero alter ego (Disney).
Mordecai Shaw: [USA] The Monstrosity, a StormWatch operative and former super-villain from WildStorm/DC Comics.
Morgan Stryker: [USA] Character from Image/TopCow.
Mortadelo: [Spain] The secret agent of T.I.A. from Fransisco Ibáñez' series Mortadelo y Filemón.
Morty Fieldmouse: [USA] One of Mickey's two nephews (Disney).
Mosque: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
Mota: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 1 and 2.
Mother: [USA] Rachel Lynn Rhodes, WetWorks operative; communication and coordination (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Mother Saxton: [USA] One of the church mice helping Friar Tuck from Disney's version of Robin Hood.
Mother-One: [USA] Rachel Lynn Rhodes, WetWorks operative; communication and coordination (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Mothergod: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 1 and 2.
Motherboard: [USA] A sentient computer and contestant for the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.
Motormouse: [USA] The race driver mouse from Hanna & Barbera's Motormouse and Autocat.
Mr. Birthday: [United Kingdom] The guy who loves birthday parties, from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Bounce: [United Kingdom] The bouncing man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Brave: [United Kingdom] The lucky coward from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Bump: [United Kingdom] The accident-prone man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Busy: [United Kingdom] The man who is always in a hurry from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Chatterbox: [United Kingdom] The talkative man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Christmas: [United Kingdom] The guy who loves Christmas, from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Clever: [United Kingdom] The inventive man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Cool: [United Kingdom] The coolest guy in Misterland; from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Daydream: [United Kingdom] The daydream from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Forgetful: [United Kingdom] The forgetful man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Funny: [United Kingdom] The funny man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Fussy: [United Kingdom] The man who is always fussing and making things neat and tidy from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Good: [United Kingdom] The good guy from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Greedy: [United Kingdom] The greedy man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Grumble: [United Kingdom] The second grumpiest person in the World from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Grumpy: [United Kingdom] The grumpiest person in the World from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Hand: [USA] Herbert/Janet Garrison's The hand puppet from South Park.
Mr. Happy: [United Kingdom] The happy man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Impossible: [United Kingdom] The man who can do impossible things, from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. I.N. Ferno: [USA] Jolly Roger's barrister from a.k.a. Comics.
Mr. Jelly: [United Kingdom] The frightened man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Lazy: [United Kingdom] The lazy man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Lion: [USA] Character from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
Mr. Mackey: [USA] The teacher with the thin body and big head from South Park.
Mr. Maehløs: [Denmark] The owner of Maehløs & Co. from Holger Philipsen's series Carlt.
Mr. Mean: [United Kingdom] The mean man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Messy: [United Kingdom] The messy guy from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Mischief: [United Kingdom] The prankster from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Muddle: [United Kingdom] The man who gets everything done backwards from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Noisy: [United Kingdom] The noisy man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Nonsense: [United Kingdom] The man who makes no sense; from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Nosey: [United Kingdom] The man with his nose in other people's business from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Peebles: [USA] Hanna & Barbera's owner of the pet shop where Magilla Gorilla lived.
Mr. Perfect: [United Kingdom] The perfect man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Rude: [United Kingdom] The rude guy from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Rush: [United Kingdom] The man who is always rushing things from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Scatterbrain: [USA] The confused and forgetful man from the U.S. cartoon adaption of Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Silly: [United Kingdom] The champion of silliness from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Skinny: [United Kingdom] The thin man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Slow: [United Kingdom] The slow man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Small: [United Kingdom] The tiny man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Sneeze: [United Kingdom] The sneezing hero from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Snow: [United Kingdom] The snowman from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Strong: [United Kingdom] The strong man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Stubborn: [USA] The stubborn guy from the U.S. cartoon adaption of Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Tall: [United Kingdom] The man with the long legs from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Teetering: [USA] One of the senior citizens in Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.
Mr. Tickle: [United Kingdom] The man who tickles everyone from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Topsy-Turvy: [United Kingdom] The topsy-turvy man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Transmuto: [USA] The hero with molecular control from the reality show/super-hero team WildGuard by Todd Nauck.
Mr. Twiddles: [USA] The zookeper at City Zoo who looks after Wally Gator (Hanna & Barbera).
Mr. Uppity: [United Kingdom] The big man from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Worry: [United Kingdom] The man who worries about everything from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mr. Wrong: [United Kingdom] The man who does everything the wrong way from Roger Hargreaves' series Mr. Men.
Mrs. Alfredo: [Denmark] The wife of Alfredo from Mogens Jørgensen and Cosper Cornelius' pantomime series Alfredo.
Mrs. Ferd'nand: [Denmark] The pleasant wife of Ferd'nand by Mik (Henning Dahl Mikkelsen).
Multiwoman: [USA] Jenny McCambridge, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Muttley: [USA] Hanna & Barbera's race driver and pilot.
Mysa Nal: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the White Witch from the Legion of Super-Heroes (DC Comics).
Mysko: [Sweden] A good witch from Rune Andréasson's series Pellefant.
Mystery Lad: [USA] Original name for the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire Jan Arrah/Element Lad (DC Comics).
Mystico: [USA] Alan Moore's version of the science-hero (America's Best Comics (ABC)).