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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  • Member of Norsefire's secret police. Introduced in V for Vendetta #5, January 1989.

  • Friend of Evey Hammond. Introduced in V for Vendetta #5, January 1989.

  • Political prisoner. Introduced in V for Vendetta #6, January 1989.

  • The original Mirror Master, who debuted in Flash #105, March 1959 was American, but his successor, Ewan McCulloch, who first appeared in Animal Man #8, February 1989, is Scottish.

  • Head of WHO and ally of Excalibur. Slain by Jamie Braddock. Introduced in Excalibur #6, March 1989.

  • Alysande's genius brother. Introduced in Excalibur #6, March 1989.

  • Descendent of King Arthur. Debuted in Dr. Strange #3, March 1989.

  • Female Strontium Dog. Introduced in Strontium Dogs: Tales from the Doghouse "Maeve the Many-Armed", 2000 AD #617, 11th March 1989.

  • Mutant able to transmute substances. First appeared in X-Factor #40, May 1989.

  • Nazi-counterpart to Captain Britain. First appeared in Excalibur #9, June 1989.

  • Escaped mental patient. Introduced in The Bogie Man #1, September 1989.

  • Farcical British hero. Introduced in Justice League International Annual #3, 1989, though he didn't don his costume until Justice League Europe #20, November 1990.

  • Electrical mutant. Introduced in Marvel Graphic Novel: The Agent, 1989.

  • Inheritor of his grandfather's killer toys. Debuted in Eagle, exact issue uncertain, 1989.

  • Serial killer. Introduced in Hellblazer #24, November 1989.

  • Master of the Rum and Uncanny. Introduced in 2000 AD #663, 27th January 1990.

  • Young British magician. Debuted in The Books of Magic #1, January 1990.

  • Immortal human friend of Morpheus the dream lord. First appeared in "Men of Good Fortune" in The Sandman #13, February 1990.

  • John Constantine's ancestor. Introduced in Sandman #13, February 1990.

  • Occult ally of the Doom Patrol. Introduced in Doom Patrol #31, April 1990.

  • Captain Britain counterpart. Introduced in Excalibur #21, April 1990.

  • Imaginative boy. Introduced in Beano #2493, 28th April 1990.

  • Dredd-like Corps member. Introduced in Excalibur #23, June 1990.

  • Captain Britain couterpart. Introduced in Excalibur #23, June 1990.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Gerry Conway and Sal Buscema. Thomas Fogg, British mercenary, able to turn into sentient mist, adopted brother and partner of Knight. Introduced in Spectacular Spider-Man #165, June 1990.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Gerry Conway and Sal Buscema. Malcolm Knight, British mercenary able to assume an armoured form, adopted brother and partner of Fogg. Introduced in Spectacular Spider-Man #165, June 1990.

  • Reporter and Knight of Pendragon. Debuted in The Knights of Pendragon #1, July 1990.

  • Bane assassin. Debuted in The Knights of Pendragon #1, July 1990.

  • Former Bane agent turned Knight of Pendragon. Debuted in The Knights of Pendragon #1, July 1990.

  • Roman-themed alternate Captain Britain, introduced in Excalibur #24, July 1990.

  • Alternate Captain Britain, introduced in Excalibur #24, July 1990.

  • Welsh-themed alternate Captain Britain, introduced in Excalibur #24, July 1990.

  • French-themed alternate Captain Britain, introduced in Excalibur #24, July 1990.

  • London criminal. Introduced in Excalibur #28, September 1990.

  • London criminal. Introduced in Excalibur #28, September 1990.

  • Has a haircut that defies the laws of physics. Introduced in 2000AD #700, 13th October 1990.

  • Ally of Hewligan. Introduced in 2000AD #700, 13th October 1990.

  • Scottish witch. Debuted in Marvel Graphic Novel: Spider-Man: Spirits of the Earth, 1990.

  • Author and Knight of Pendragon. Debuted in The Knights of Pendragon #7, January 1991.

  • Marvel Comics. Peter Hunter, member of the Knights of Pendragon. Debuted in The Knights of Pendragon #8, February 1991.

  • Blind supervillain and foe of Tim Drake's Robin. Introduced in Robin #2, February 1991.

  • Insane Scottish groundkeeper at Springfield Elementary. Debuted in The Simpsons "Principal Charming", 14th February 1991.

  • Mother and daughter legacy heroes. Introduced in Flare #3, March 1991.

  • One of the Ghost Boy Detectives. Introduced in Sandman #25, April 1991.

  • One of the Ghost Boy Detectives. Introduced in Sandman #25, April 1991.

  • Brit-Cit Judge. Introduced in Judge Dredd Megazine #1.09, 1st June 1991.

  • Knight of Pendragon. Debuted in The Knights of Pendragon #14, August 1991.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Alan Davis. Scott Wright, size-changing/shapeshifting mutant. Introduced in Excalibur #44, November 1991.

  • Hippie Corps member. Introduced in Excalibur #44, November 1991.

  • Corps member from violently criminal world. Introduced in Excalibur #44, November 1991.

  • Corps member from excessively placid world. Introduced in Excalibur #44, November 1991.

  • Kid who finds the space under his bed is a gateway to other worlds. First appeared in Beezer and Topper, 1991.

  • Man whose body is largely composed of malleable plastic. Debuted in Blast! in 1991.

  • G.I.Joe member. Debuted in 1991.

  • Scottish ghost inhabiting modern day policeman. Introduced in Marvel Graphic Novel: Punisher: Blood on the Moors, December 1991.

  • Earth elemental. First appeared in Swamp Thing #118, April 1992.

  • Member of Calibur. Debuted in Excalibur #49, April 1992.

  • Assassin. Introduced in 2000AD #780, 25th April 1992.

  • Marvel Comics, magically powered British heroine. Debuted in Overkill #1, 24th April 1992.

  • Foul-mouthed street teen turned cyborg reality-jumper. Debuted in Overkill #1, 24th April 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member, father of Dark Angel. Debuted in Overkill #1, 24th April 1992.

  • Vampire exorcist. Introduced in "Swimming in Blood", Judge Dredd Megazine 2.01, 2nd May 1992.

  • Scientist turned into digital energy being. Debuted in Overkill #2, 8th May 1992.

  • Punisher ally. First appeared in Punisher #64, June 1992.

  • Genetically-engineered killing machine with a childlike mind, and partner of Motormouth. Debuted in Motormouth #1, June 1992.

  • Marvel Comics, mercenaries undertaking missions through wormholes to steal alien and magical technology for their employers, Mys-Tech, to exploit. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Leader of Kether Troop Warheads. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Warhead. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Psychic Warhead. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Warhead. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Warhead. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech scientist. Debuted in Motormouth #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech Board member. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Mys-Tech accountant. Introduced in Warheads #1, June 1992.

  • Vigilante inspired by the Punisher. First appeared in Punisher #64, June 1992.

  • Dinosaur alternate Captain Britain, first seen in Excalibur #51, June 1992.

  • Speedster and member of the Knights of Pendragon. Debuted in Knights of Pendragon #1, July 1992.

  • Robot member of the Knights of Pendragon. Debuted in Knights of Pendragon #1, July 1992.

  • Assassin. First appeared in Knights of Pendragon #3, September 1992.

  • Immortal Highlander, Connor's kinsman and pupil. Introduced in Highlander: The Series, episode one "The Gathering" on October 3rd 1992.

  • Former Warhead turned Shadow Rider. Introduced in Warheads #5, October 1992.

  • 25th century archaeologist and adventurer, former companion to the time-travelling Doctor. Debuted in Paul Cornell's novel Love and War on 15th October 1992.

  • Starfleet doctor. Introduced in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine "Emissary", 3rd January 1993.

  • British mage. Introduced in Marvel Super-Heroes #12, January 1993.

  • Welsh member of Genetix. Introduced in Codename: Genetix#1, January 1993.

  • Clawed member of Genetix. Introduced in Codename: Genetix#1, January 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Seraphim. Introduced in Excalibur #61, January 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Seraphim. Introduced in Excalibur #61, January 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Seraphim. Introduced in Excalibur #61, January 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Seraphim. Introduced in Excalibur #61, January 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Seraphim. Introduced in Excalibur #61, January 1993.

  • R.C.X. leader. Mentioned in Excalibur #42, October 1991, but not actually seen until Excalibur #62, February 1993.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Alan Davis. Superstrong Warpie, now depowered. Introduced in Excalibur #62, February 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Advocates. Introduced in Excalibur #62, February 1993.

  • Warpie, member of RCX's Advocates. Introduced in Excalibur #62, February 1993.