Dylan Dog is a fictional character, star of the horror comic Dylan Dog, published by Sergio Bonelli Editore and created by Tiziano Sclavi. Dylan is a private investigator that specializes in the undead arts, he protects the monsters that are good - and kills the ones that are evil.
Sidekick of Dylan Dog. He is a retired actor, but claims not to be the real Groucho Marx.
Bloch is a Scotland Yard inspector, and one of Dylan's best friends.
His first name has not been revealed yet.
Jenkins is a Scotland Yard agent, best known for his lack of sense of humour and his low intelligence
Madame Trelkovski is a recurring character in Dylan Dog italian comic. She is "One of the most powerful medium of England", and helps Dylan when he wants to communicate with spirits and afterlife.
As for other Dylan Dog characters, her name was inspired by the main character of a novel and a film: in this case, "The Tenant" by Roman Polanski.
Personification of Death. One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
Although he appeared relatively infrequently, he was the first and greatest enemy of Dylan, from #1, "L'alba dei morti viventi" (The dawn of the living dead). His name is an anagram of the name of the demon Abraxas. In Dylan Dog #100 it was revealed that Xabaras is Dylan's father.
Lord H.G. Wells is a scientist and a very rich man who lives in London and is a friend of Dylan Dog. He's just an homonym of the famous english writer, while his appeareance is modeled after actor David Niven.
Cagliostro is a millenial cat, with unrivaled magical powers. He is in fact an ancient demon trapped in the body of a black long coated cat. Until Dylan Dog#63 he lives with Kim the witch, but, after her death, he becomes a kind of Dylan Dog's guardian spirit.
Hamlin is the ambiguous owner of a bric-a-brac shop in London, where he sells useless object with paranormal powers. The shop is called "Safarà", and it has the feature of not beeing twice at the same place. A sort of phantom wandering place.
Morgana is Dylan Dog greatest and most unreachable love, and, as revealed in issue #100, his mother. She lives in a dimension suspended between life and dream, and sometimes portrayed as undead.
The character doesn't appear frequently in Dylan Dog comics, and it's always been drawn by artist Angelo Stano.
Botolo is a wandering dog living in London and friend of Dylan Dog. He has sometimes helped the Investigator of Nightmare to solve difficult cases.
Doubleface is the director-general of Sector 666 of the Inferni. He has probably two distinct personalities, with his two heads often talking to each other.
Kim, the Witch of the West, is a recurring character in Dylan Dog. She is a young american witch and the first owner of the magical cat Cagliostro.
Pink Rabbit is a sadistic anthropomorphic rabbit who escaped from a cartoon. A kind of Roger Rabbit that loves to kill and torture people. He is an enemy of Dylan Dog.
Manila is a vampire. She had a love affair with Dylan Dog, and occasionally the two meet again
McCloud is the greatest illusionist of England in Dylan Dog comic universe.
Lillie was a militant of the Irish Republican Army. she fell in love with Dylan Dog while he was a Scotland Yard agent, and they briefly were married, before she was sentenced to death for being a terrorist.
American detective, archaeologist and writer, Martin Jacques Mystère studied in Italy but lives in New York. After the death of his parents, Mystère started his search to solve the "big mysteries" of our world.
A strong mute Neanderthal friend of Martin Mystère.
Mana Cerace is an evil spectre who lives in the darkness, and from time to time comes out in search for victims.
He's one of Dylan Dog worst foes.
Life is one of the eternal forces that govern the universe. It appears unfrequently to humans, often disguised as Death, its nemesis.
Mater Morbi is, in Dylan Dog universe, the Mother of all diseases. She is a deadly beautiful woman dressed in black latex.
Bree Daniels is a prostitute and a former love interest of Dylan Dog.
Johnny Freak is the main character of one of most disturbing and touching Dylan Dog Stories. He's a boy who is kept in a cellar by his parents and used as an organ deposit.
Tinker Bell is a fictional character from J. M. Barrie's 1904 play and 1911 novel "Peter and Wendy". She is a fairy from Neverland.
The main deity of the Abrahamic religions.
Captain Hook is a pirate and an enemy of Peter Pan, who fed his hand to a Crocodile.
The popular name given to the unidentified serial killer who operated in the Whitechapel district of London in 1888.
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