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Wade: [USA] The duck who is afraid of almost anything from Jim Davis's series U.S. Acres.
Wall Flower: [USA] Character from Jim Krueger's series Foot Soldiers.
Wally Gator [USA] The alligator at City Zoo (Hanna & Barbera).
Walter Joseph Kovacs: [USA] Character from Alan Moore's Watchmen (DC Comics).
Walther: [Belgium] The steward from François Walthéry and Gos' series Natacha.
Wanda Durst: [USA] Gorgeous, a StormWatch operative from WildStorm/DC Comics.
War: [USA] Robert Bruce Banner, the Incredible Hulk from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Warren Kenneth Worthington III: [USA] The mutant mostly known as Angel from Marvel Universe (616 continuity).
Weatherman:
1: Christine Trelane: [USA] Trelane's call sign/title when she was leader of the original StormWatch (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
2: Jackson King: [USA] King's call sign/title when he was leader of the original StormWatch (Image/WildStorm/DC Comics).
Web, The: [USA] John Raymond, the DC Comics Red Circle version of The Web.
Wendell Vaughn: [USA] Quasar, the super-hero with the yellow hard-light constructions from Marvel Universe (616 continiuty).
Wendi Hickenbottom: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
Wendy Elizabeth: [USA] One of the kids from Eek! The Cat (Fox Kids).
Wendy McKinnes: [USA] Character from Avalon Studios.
Wendy Testaburger: [USA] One of the kids from South Park.
White Witch: [USA] Mysa Nal, the pre-crisis version of the witch from the Legion of Super-Heroes (DC Comics).
Wild Bill Hickok: [USA] Alan Moore's version of the famous US Marshal from Rob Liefeld's revised Universe.
Wild One: [USA] Yukio, assassin/adventurer from Marvel Universe 616.
Wildfire: [USA] Drake Burroughs, the pre-crisis version of the Legionnaire of anti-energy (DC Comics).
Wile E. Coyote: [USA] The famous coyote from Looney Tunes.
Wilhelmina Murray: [USA] Alan Moore's version of Bram Stoker's Mina Harker (from Dracula) from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Wilimena Morgana Daergina Annaxandra Projectra Velorya Vauxhall: [USA] Princess Projectra, the 2005 reboot version of the Legionnaire with the ability to cast illusions (DC Comics).
Willemse: [Netherlands] Caretaker at the Dutch intelligence agency from Martin Lodewijk's series Agent 327.
Willi: [Japan] The young bee from the adaption of Waldemar Bonsels' Die Biene Maja.
William: [USA] Character from Broadway Comics.
William Dalton: [Belgium] One of the Dalton brothers from Morris' series Lucky Luke.
William Harper Littlejohn: [USA] The archeologist and geologist Johnny from Lester Dent's pulp series Doc Savage.
William Niles Norris: [USA] The Grim Reaper, Alan Moore's version of the science-hero from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Willy Beaumont: [USA] Stochastic Fats, police officer at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Wilma Flagstone: [USA] The original name for Wilma Flintstone from Hanna & Barbera's Flintstones.
Wilma Flintstone: [USA] The Stone Age house wife from Hanna & Barbera's Flintstones.
Wimpy: [USA] The hamburger loving cheapskate from Elzie Crisler Segar's series Popeye.
Winnie The Pooh: [United Kingdom] The teddy bear from A. A. Milne and Disney's series.
Winter: [USA] Nikolas Kamarov, a StormWatch operative from Image/WildStorm/DC Comics.
Witch Hazel: [USA] The Salem Witch from Disney.
Wolfspider: [USA] Bill Bailey, the SWAT Team leader at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Woodstock: [USA] The little yellow bird from Charles M. Schulz's series Peanuts.
Word, The: [USA] Harry Lovelace, the hostage negotiator at Top 10 from America's Best Comics (ABC).
Wroth: [USA] Character from Dale Keown's part of the original Image Universe/Full Bleed.
Wu Manchu: [Netherlands] Martin Lodewijk's parody on Fu Manchu from his series Agent 327.