British characters

Characters that are British by geography, not necessarily those that are produced in Britain (so no Judge Dredd or the Doctor, for example), but including those who might predate Britain as a nation.

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  • The Tower King, feudal lord in a post-technological land. Introduced in Eagle #1, 27th March 1982.

  • Freedom fighter. Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • V's unwitting protege. Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • Police investigator working for Norsefire. Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • Norsefire party leader. Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • The "Voice of Fate." Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • Finger (secret police) member. Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • Mouth agent. Debuted in Warrior #1, May 1982.

  • Hapless private detective. Introduced in Eagle #12, 12th June 1982.

  • Killer of heroes. First appeared in Marvel Super-Heroes #387, July 1982.

  • Earth-238's member of the Corps. First mentioned in Marvel Super-Heroes #379, November 1981, but first actual appearance was in Marvel Super-Heroes #388, August 1982.

  • Robotic secret agent from the Eagle. Introduced in "Project Manix", Eagle #24, 4th September 1982.

  • Haunted house. Introduced in Eagle #25, September 11th 1982.

  • Corrupt chaplain. Debuted in Warrior #5, September 1982.

  • Tim Talbot, able to turn invisible thanks to a lab accident. Introduced in Eagle #28, 2nd October 1982.

  • Spook show assasin. Introduced in Marvelman "Fallen Angels, Forgotten Thunder", Warrior #6, October 1982.

  • Political prisoner on the orbiting High Rock prison. Introduced in "Harry Twenty on the High Rock", 2000 AD #287, 23rd October 1982.

  • The Man with No Time for Crime. Though he was shown on the cover of Warrior #4, Summer 1982, his in-story debut was Warrior #9, January 1983.

  • Camp doctor who experimented on political prisoners. Debuted in Warrior #9, January 1983.

  • Codename Scorpio. Debuted in Eagle #49, 26th February 1983.

  • Friend of Skizz. Introduced in 2000 AD #308, 19th March 1983.

  • STRIKE telepath and friend of Betsy Braddock. Introduced in The Daredevils #3, March 1983.

  • STRIKE telepath and lover of Betsy Braddock. Introduced in The Daredevils #3, March 1983.

  • Alternate reality Captain Britain. Debuted in The Daredevils #6, June 1983.

  • Alternate reality Captain Britain. Debuted in The Daredevils #6, June 1983.

  • Earth-238 counterpart to General Jumbo, slain by the Fury. First seen in The Daredevils #7, July 1983.

  • Reporter with possessed transplanted hand. Introduced in Eagle #70, 23rd July 1983.

  • Earth-238 counterpart to Robot Archie, slain by the Fury. First seen in The Daredevils #7, July 1983.

  • Earth-238 counterpart to Tim Kelly, slain by the Fury. First seen in The Daredevils #7, July 1983.

  • Berserker barbarian. Introduced in Slaine "The Time Monster", 2000AD #330, 20th August 1983.

  • Marvel Comics, first mentioned by Chris Claremont but created by Alan Moore and Alan Davis. Crimelord. Mentioned as early as Captain Britain #3, but not seen until The Daredevils #9, September 1983.

  • Hard fighting boxer. Introduced in "The Fists of Danny Pyke", Eagle #79, 24th September 1983

  • Priestess of Crom Cruach. Introduced in 2000AD #337, 8th October 1983.

  • Scottish weapons dealer and ally of Cobra. Introduced in 1983.

  • Troublesome girl. Introduced in Dandy, 1983.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Alan Moore and Alan Davis. Meggan Puceanu Braddock, aka Gloriana, empathic shapeshifting mutant and wife of Captain Britain. First appeared in Mighty World of Marvel #7, December 1983.

  • Robert and Peter Trent, searching for a cure after Robert was de-evolved into an apeman after being exposed to nuclear waste. Introduced in Eagle #100, 18th February 1984.

  • Controller of Maxwell Tower, and its nightmarish Thirteen Floor. From Scream, and later Eagle. Introduced in Scream #1, 24th March 1984.

  • Monstrous editor of Scream. Introduced in Scream #1, 24th March 1984.

  • After the death of his abusive father, Kenny Corman discovered his deformed Uncle Terry, and the two bonded, despite Terry's habit of killing anyone who upset him. Introduced in "Monster", Scream #1, 24th March 1984.

  • Horror host, introduced in "Tales of the Graveyard", Scream #1, 24th March 1984.

  • Deformed man, uncle of Kenny Corman. Introduced in "Monster", Scream #2, 31st March 1984.

  • Villainous Corps member. Introduced in Mighty World of Marvel #13, June 1984.

  • Corps member. Introduced in Mighty World of Marvel #13, June 1984.

  • Corps member. Introduced in Mighty World of Marvel #13, June 1984.

  • Corps member. Introduced in Mighty World of Marvel #13, June 1984.

  • Corps member. Introduced in Mighty World of Marvel #13, June 1984.

  • Corps member. Introduced in Mighty World of Marvel #13, June 1984.

  • High tech would-be hero, introduced in Spider-Man Weekly #607, October 1984.

  • Interstellar teleporter. Debuted in New Mutants Annual #1, 1984.

  • Tryant, ruler of the Empire of True Briton. Debuted in Captain Britain #2, February 1985.

  • The Computer Warrior from Eagle. Introduced in Eagle, 13th April 1985.

  • Failed computer warrior. Introduced in Eagle, 13th April 1985.

  • Four year old terror. First appeared in Beano #2233, 4th May 1985.

  • Occult detective. Debuted in Swamp Thing #37, June 1985.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Alan Davis. Warpie with razor sharp claws. Member of RCX's Cherubim. First seen in Captain Britain #7, July 1985.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Cherubim. First seen in Captain Britain #7, July 1985.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Cherubim. First seen in Captain Britain #7, July 1985.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Cherubim. First seen in Captain Britain #7, July 1985.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Cherubim. First seen in Captain Britain #7, July 1985.

  • Warpies, members of RCX's Cherubim. First seen in Captain Britain #7, July 1985.

  • Mean Team leader. Debuted in 2000AD #437, 28th September 1985.

  • a.k.a. Golden Boy, star athelete. Debuted in Tiger, circa 1985.

  • Alternate reality Captain Britain. First appeared in Captain Britain #13, January 1986.

  • Immortal Highlander. Introduced in the movie Highlander, March 7th 1986.

  • Son of Gnasher. Introduced in Beano #2286, 10th May 1986.

  • Scottish mouse who seeks help finding her missing father in Disney's July 2nd 1986 film Basil the Great Mouse Detective. She doesn't appear in the novels from which the film is loosely adapted.

  • Troublesome toddlers. Cuddles debuted in Nutty, March 1981; Dimples debuted in Dandy, October 27th 1984; they teamed up in Dandy #2345, November 1st 1986.

  • Disastrously unlucky boy. First appeared in Beano #2311, November 1st 1986.

  • Though the name Burglar Bill has been around since at least 1888, this is the Paul Grist character, who debuted in The Exploits of Burglar Bill in 1986.

  • G.I.Joe member. Debuted in 1986.

  • Slaine's wife. Introduced in 2000AD #500, 13th December 1986.

  • Female member of the Marvelman family. Debuted in Miracleman #10, December 1986.

  • Villainous geneticist. Introduced in Uncanny X-Men #213, January 1987.

  • Vampiric Strontium Dog. Debuted in Strontium Dog "Bitch", 2000AD #505, 17th January 1987.

  • School teacher turned bike-riding vigilante, the Avenger. Debuted in Eagle #259, 7th March 1987.

  • Overly enthusiastic gun nut. Introduced in Action Force #5, 29th March 1987.

  • Combat Colin's friend and sidekick. Introduced in Action Force #12, 17th May 1987.

  • Mean Team member. Introduced in 2000AD #526, 13th June 1987.

  • WWII super-soldier. Debuted in Zenith "Phase 1: Tygers", 2000 AD #535, 15th August 1987.

  • Superpowered popstar. Debuted in Zenith "Phase 1: Tygers", 2000 AD #536, 22nd August 1987.

  • Electrical heroine turned villain. Debuted in Zenith "Phase 1: Tygers", 2000 AD #536, 22nd August 1987.

  • Man with implanted personalities of numerous warriors. Introduced in 2000AD #537, 29th August 1987.

  • Telepathic manipulator. Debuted in 2000A.D. #540, 19th September 1987.

  • Welsh member of Cloud Nine. Introduced in 2000 A.D. #541, 26th September 1987.

  • Companion of the seventh Doctor. Introduced in Doctor Who "Dragonfire" on 23rd November 1987.

  • John Constantine's best friend. Debuted in Hellblazer #1, January 1988.

  • Demonic child-killer. Debuted in Superman #15, March 1988.

  • Medusa Web paranormal mercenary in the New Universe. First appeared in Psi-Force #18, April 1988.

  • John Constantine's niece. Introduced in Hellblazer #4, April 1988.

  • John Constantine's sister. Introduced in Hellblazer #4, April 1988.

  • John Constantine's father. Introduced in Hellblazer #8, August 1988.

  • Eco-terrorist mage. Introduced in "Third World War", Crisis #1, 17th September 1988.

  • Crooked banker and unwilling Sat-Yr9 agent. Introduced in Excalibur #1, October 1988.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Chris Claremont and Alan Davis. Colin McKay, Scottish mutant able to mimic sounds who grew up on an alternate Earth to become its greatest warrior. Introduced in Excalibur #2, November 1988.

  • Animalistic Strontium Dog. Introduced circa 2000 AD #600, 12th November 1988.

  • Partner of Death's Head. Introduced in Death's Head #1, December 1988.

  • Blasters member. Debuted in Invasion! #1, January 1989.

  • Victim of sleepy sickness caused by Dream's capture. Introduced in Sandman #1, January 1989.

  • Mage who captured Dream of the Endless. Introduced in Sandman #1, January 1989.