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Saahira: [USA] Professor Q, metahuman adventurer connected to a super-computing neutron star (WildStorm).
Salu Digby:
1: Salu Digby: [USA] The pre-crisis version of Legionnaire with the ability to shrink in size (DC Comics).
2: Salu Digby: [USA] Shrinking Violet, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to shrink to microscopic size (DC Comics).
3: Salu Digby: [USA] Atom Girl, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to shrink to subatomic size (DC Comics).
Sally Brown: [USA] Charlie Brown's little sister from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
Sally Crane: [USA] Suprema from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Sally-Jo Jessel: [USA] Micro-maid, forensic pathologist at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Sam Barnes: [USA] Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's character from the series Sam's Strip and Sam and Silo.
Sam Sheepdog: [USA] The sheepdog stopping Ralph Wolf from stealing sheep (Looney Tunes).
Sam Smith: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Sammy Day: [Belgium] Berck and Cauvin's 'gorilla'.
Sara: [USA] A warrior from Dragon Cross (Big City Comics).
Sargeant: [Belgium] The leader of the soldiers from Louis-Michel Carpentier's series Les Toyottes.
Saryva: [USA] Emerald Empress, the pre-crisis version of the member of the Fatal Five with the Emerald Eye (DC Comics).
Satan: [USA] The South Park version of the fallen angel.
Saturn Girl:
1: Imra Ardeen: [USA] The original pre-crisis Saturn Girl from DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes.
2: Imra Ardeen: [USA] The Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the telepathic Legionnaire (DC Comics).
3: Imra Ardeen: [USA] The 2005 reboot version of the telepathic Legionnaire (DC Comics).
Sauras: [USA] Character from Dale Keown's part of the original Image Universe/Full Bleed.
Savage Dragon: [USA] Erik Larsen's green alien from his part of the Image Universe.
Scamp: [USA] The adventurous son of Lady and the Tramp (Disney).
Scandal: [USA] Character from Shadowline, Jim Valentino's part of the original Image Universe.
Scarab: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Scarface: [USA] One of Arnold Wesker's personalities and a criminal mastermind from Gotham City (DC Comics, post-crisis Earth-0).
Schroeder: [USA] The boy with the piano from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
Scottie: [Denmark] Lars Jakobsen and emik's Scottish terrier.
Scrooge McDuck: [USA] The World's richest duck (Disney).
Sea Hag, The: [USA] The hag from Elzie Crisler Segar's series Popeye.
Seahawk: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Sean Welch: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Sebastian Ashe: [USA] Police detective from Muerto Angeles (WildStorm).
Second Story Kid: [USA] Character from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
Seer, The: [USA] Character from Dale Keown's part of the original Image Universe/Full Bleed.
Selma Tolon: [USA] Character from DC Universe.
Señor Paiva: [Brasil] The father of the family living next door to Biquinho and Fethry (Disney).
Sensation: [USA] The name Amy Belcher/She-Dragon used when she was in The Nixed Men (Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe).
Sensor Girl: [USA] Projectra Wind'zzor, the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire with the ability to cast illusions.
Sentinel:
1: Alan Wellington Scott: [USA] The first Green Lantern from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-2, postcrisis Earth-0).
2: Marcus Langston: [USA] Youngblood operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Sentinel II: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Sepadeffasson: [Belgium] The Viking who wanted to be king instead of the king from Marcel Remacle and Marcel Denis' series Hultrasson le Viking.
Set: [USA] Alan Moore's version of the science-hero Mystico (America's Best Comics (ABC)).
Setrar Cydem: [USA] A wanderer from H'trae (Dark Ocean Studios).
Seven Cross: [USA] An Ion-pilot from Oren (Dark Ocean Studios).
Shadow Lass: [USA] Tasmia Mallor, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to control darkness (DC Comics).
ShadowHawk:
1: Paul Johnstone: [USA] The first ShadowHawk from Image/Shadowline.
2: ShadowHawk robot: [USA] Robot containing the Spirit of Justice from Image/Shadowline.
3: Eddie Collins: [USA] The latest ShadowHawk from Image/Shadowline
Shadowman:
1: Jack Boniface: [USA] The original Shadowman from Valiant Heroes - 1.
2: Max St. James: [USA] The second Shadowman from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Shady: [USA] One of the Knights on Broadway from Broadway Comics.
Shaft: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Shamrock Bones: [USA] A detective working with Mickey Mouse and Chief O'Hara (Disney).
Shamrock Gander: [USA] Gladstone Gander's lucky nephew (Disney).
Shanhara: [USA] Sentient armor from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Sharky: [USA] The guard dog from Eek! The Cat (Fox Kids).
Sharon Marsh: [USA] One of the mothers from South Park.
She-Dragon: [USA] Amy Belcher, the strong green woman from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.
Sheldon: [USA] The chicken who refuses to come out of his egg shell from Jim Davis's series U.S. Acres.
Sheriff of Nottingham, The: [USA] Prince John's sheriff and tax collector in Nottingham, from Disney's version of Robin Hood.
Sherman: [USA] The great shark from Jim Toomey's series Sherman's Lagoon.
Shermy: [USA] One of the boys from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
Shield, The: [USA] Joe Higgins, the DC Comics Red Circle version of The Shield.
Sho Sugino: [USA] The first to become Rai from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Shockheaded Peter: [USA] Pete Cheney, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Shogun: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Showdown: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Shrinking Violet:
1: Salu Digby: [USA] The pre-crisis version of Legionnaire with the ability to shrink in size (DC Comics).
2: Salu Digby: [USA] Shrinking Violet, the Glorithverse, Batch SW6 version of the Legionnaire with the ability to shrink to microscopic size (DC Comics).
3: Salu Digby: [USA] Atom Girl, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to shrink to subatomic size (DC Comics).
Sh'rrnnn: [USA] Alien shape changer from Image/TopCow.
Shy Stevens: [USA] ChiSai, mercenary from Approbation Comics.
Silk Spectre: [USA] Character from Alan Moore's Watchmen (DC Comics).
Silo Tidley: [USA] Sam Barnes partner from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam's Strip and Sam and Silo.
Simon Oreck: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 2.
Simon: [United Kingdom] Simon Tofields's cat owner from the series Simon's Cat.
Simon Vascar: [USA] Vampire from Muertos Angeles (WildStorm).
Simon's Cat: [United Kingdom] The cat from Simon Tofields's series.
Sir Hiss: [USA] Prince John's advisor from Disney's version of Robin Hood.
Sir Prize: [USA] Temporary alias for Thom Kallor, the pre-crisis version of Star Boy/Starman from the Legion of Super-Heroes (DC Comics).
Sis: [USA] One of the kids from Disney's version of Robin Hood.
Sister Agnes: [USA] The nun from Upper Duckwater from Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker's series Sam and Silo.
Sizz: [USA] One of the Knights on Broadway from Broadway Comics.
Skippy: [USA] One of the kids from Disney's version of Robin Hood.
Skrækkelige Olfert: [Denmark] Qvist's obnoxious comic book character.
Skullface: [USA] A super-powered criminal from Erik Larsen's part of the original Image Universe.
Sky Witch, The: [USA] Leni Muller, WWII heroine and police officer in Neopolis from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Skæg: [Denmark] The seal from Carla and Vilhelm Hansen's series Rasmus Klump.
Slyder: [USA] Jason Vanderveer, a member of Doom's IV with the ability to phase through solid objects (Image/Extreme Studios).
Smenkhkare: [USA] Alan Moore's version of the science-hero Mystico (America's Best Comics (ABC)).
Smuggler: [USA] Erik Josten, the first Smuggler from the Marvel Universe (616 continuity).
Snoopy:
1: Snoopy: [USA] The famous beagle from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
2: Snoopy: [USA] Sentient machine from Broadway Comics.
Sofie: [Denmark] The mother from Werner Wejp-Olsen's series Momsemor.
Solar: [USA] Phil Seleksi, the Man of the Atom from Valiant Heroes - 1 and 2.
Solvej: [Denmark] The girl from Qvist's series Skrækkelige Olfert.
Sonar: [USA] Character from Valiant Heroes - 1.
Souffleur, Le: [Belgium] The prompter for comic book characters by Paul Deliège.
Space Detective, The: [USA] Lance Lewis, Alan Moore's version of the science-hero (America's Best Comics (ABC)).
Spacehunter: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Spaceman, The: [USA] Alexei Glushko, telepathic police officer at Top 10; from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Spaceman Spiff: [USA] Calvin's science fiction alias from Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
Speedball: [USA] Robbie Baldwin, the kinetic hero from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Speedy:
1: Roy Harper: [USA] The original Speedy from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
2: Mia Dearden: [USA] The second Speedy from DC Comics (post-crisis Earth-0).
Speedy Gonzales: [USA] The fastest mouse in Mexico from Looney Tunes.
Spence Hillman: [USA] Character from Shadowline, Jim Valentino's part of the original Image Universe.
Sphinx, The: [USA] Character from Avalon Studios.
Spindle Six: [USA] Character from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
Splash Branigan: [USA] The living ink blot from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Spokesman, The: [USA] Character from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
Sprutten: [Denmark] The funny and adventurous octopus by Mik.
Stan Marsh: [USA] The average mixed-up American kid from South Park.
Star Boy:
1: Thom Kallor: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire with the ability to increase the mass of objects (DC Comics).
2: Thom Kallor: [USA] The 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to increase the mass of objects (DC Comics).
Star Seed: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
Starman:
1: Bruce Wayne: [USA] Temporary alias for Batman from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1).
2: Thom Kallor: [USA] The pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire with the ability to increase the mass of objects (DC Comics).
Stasis: [USA] Kathy Pearson, a Brigade operative from Rob Liefeld's part of the original Image Universe.
Steve Pops: [Belgium] Jacques Devos' very secret Agent H2O.
Steve Strong: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Steve Traynor: [USA] Police captain at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Stinky: [USA] Second name for Pepé Le Pew from Looney Tunes.
Stochastic Fats: [USA] Willy Beaumont, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Stone Boy: [USA] Dag Wentim, the pre-crisis version of the substitute legionnaire (DC Comics).
Story: [USA] Character from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
Storybook Smith: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Stretchable Sleuth, The: [USA] Alias for Ralph Dibney/The Elongated Man from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Stupendous Man: [USA] Calvin's super-hero alter-ego from Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
Stykman: [USA] The inept stickman/hero from a.k.a. Comics.
Stylte: [Denmark] The rabbit on stilts from Torben Osted's series Fodring Forbudt.
Sue Dearbon: [USA] Maiden name of Sue Dibney from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Sue Dibney: [USA] The wife of the Elongated Man from DC Comics (pre-crisis Earth-1, post-crisis Earth-0).
Suicide Bunnies: [United Kingdom] Andy Riley's cute suicidal bunnies.
Sukke: [Netherlands] The teenage canarie from the series Fokke & Sukke.
Sun Boy:
1: Dirk Morgna: [USA] The original (pre-crisis) Sun Boy from DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes.
2: Dirk Morgna: [USA] The 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to give off heat and light (DC Comics).
Sunburst: [USA] Karl Hansen, the StormWatch operative with nuclear fusion powers (WildStorm).
Sung Li: [USA] Girl One, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Super Gilbert: [USA] Original super-hero alias for Goofy's nephew Gilbert (Disney).
Super Gilly: [USA] Later super-hero alias for Goofy's nephew Gilbert (Disney).
Super Goof: [USA] Goofy's super alter-ego (Disney).
Superboy: [USA] The original pre-crisis Superboy from Earth-1 (DC Comics).
Supergirl: [USA] Kara Zor-El, the pre-crisis Earth-1 version of Supergirl (DC Comics).
Superion: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
Superman:
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).
Suprema: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Supreme:
1: Ethan Crane: [USA] The original Supreme created by Rob Liefeld.
2: Probe: [USA] While inhabiting Val-En's body.
3: Ethan Crane: [USA] Alan Moore's version of Supreme.
Supremium Man: [USA] Character from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Surtr: [Iceland, Scandinavia] Fire-giant from Norse Mythology.
Susie Derkins: [USA] Calvin's friend Bill Watterson's series Calvin and Hobbes.
Suzy: [Belgium] Sergio Salma and Carine de Brab's young girl.
Swee'Pea: [USA] Popeye's adopted son from Elzie Crisler Segar's series.
Switchblade: [USA] The name Blade used while he was a member of the Nightstalkers (Marvel Universe, 616 continuity).
Syn: [USA] Synaesthesia Jackson, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Synaesthesia Jackson: [USA] Police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Synergy: [USA] Christine Trelane, metahuman activator from StormWatch and the Monarchy (WildStorm).
Søren: [Denmark] The father from Werner Wejp-Olsen's series Momsemor.
Søster: [Denmark] The daughter in Helge Hall's series Hans og Grete.