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

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

  • Belfast cop turned energy being. Introduced in Stormwatch #1, March 1993.

  • Warpie. Introduced in Excalibur #63, March 1993.

  • Warpie. Debuted in Excalibur #64, April 1993.

  • British soldiers turned into enhanced fighters. Debuted in Super Soldiers #1, April 1993.

  • Leader of the Super Soldiers. Introduced in Super Soldiers #1, April 1993.

  • Member of the Super Soldiers. Introduced in Super Soldiers #1, April 1993.

  • Reporter, ally of the Super Soldiers. Debuted in Super Soldiers #1, April 1993.

  • Psychotic former member of the Super Soldiers. Introduced in Super Soldiers #1, April 1993.

  • Corrupt former superior to the Super Soldiers. Introduced in Super Soldiers #1, April 1993.

  • Scottish feral Acolyte. Introduced in Uncanny X-Men #300, May 1993.

  • Undead bikers resurrected to oppose Mys-Tech. Debuted in Shadow Riders#1, June 1993.

  • Shadow Rider. Debuted in Shadow Riders #1, June 1993.

  • Shadow Rider. Debuted in Shadow Riders #1, June 1993.

  • Telepath and member of MI13. Debuted in Excalibur #66, June 1993.

  • Moronic brute. Introduced in 2000AD #842, 3rd July 1993.

  • Unaging mage who lost his soul to Mephisto. Introduced in Mortigan Goth: Immortalis #1, September 1993.

  • Prototype Minion cyborg. Introduced in Death3 #1, September 1993.

  • Iron Fist foe. Debuted in Marvel Comics Presents #137, September 1993.

  • Mutant Super Soldier. First appeared in Super Soldiers #6, September 1993.

  • Winged Gene Dog. Debuted in Gene Dogs #1, October 1993.

  • WWII fiery hero. Introduced in Plasmer #1, November 1993.

  • Britain's oldest secret agent. Introduced in Plasmer #1, November 1993.

  • British Sleeper robot. Introduced in Plasmer #1, November 1993.

  • Gravity manipulating hero. Debuted in Die-Cut vs G-Force #1, November 1993.

  • Holy lawgiver. Introduced in 2000AD #861, 13th November 1993.

  • Conglomerate member. Introduced in Justice League Quarterly #12, Fall 1993.

  • Descendent of Richard the Lionheart. First appeared in Justice League International Annual #4, 1993.

  • British Sleeper robot. Introduced in Plasmer #3, January 1994.

  • Scientist transformed into living light. Introduced in Plasmer #3, January 1994.

  • Superpowered UK family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Gravity manipulator and member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Light manipulator and member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Superhumanly strong member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Telepathic body thief and member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Possesses massively heightened senses. Member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Metal ectoplasm manipulating member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Inventor and member of the Destine family. Introduced in Marvel Comics Presents #158, July 1994.

  • Ally of Blade. Introduced in Blade the Vampire-Hunter #1, July 1994.

  • Older version of Timothy Hunter from the future. Introduced in Books of Magic #5, September 1994.

  • One of the Invisibles. Introduced in The Invisibles #1, September 1994.

  • One of the Invisibles. Introduced in The Invisibles #1, September 1994.

  • Patriarch of the Destine family. Introduced in ClanDestine #1, October 1994.

  • Psychic member of the Destine family. Introduced in ClanDestine #1, October 1994.

  • Member of the Destine family. Introduced in ClanDestine #1, October 1994.

  • Leader of the Wyvern/Manhattan clan. Introduced in Gargoyles "Awakening Part One", October 24 1994.

  • Member of the Wyvern/Manhattan clan. Introduced in Gargoyles "Awakening Part One", October 24 1994.

  • Member of the Wyvern/Manhattan clan. Introduced in Gargoyles "Awakening Part One", October 24 1994.

  • Member of the Wyvern/Manhattan clan. Introduced in Gargoyles "Awakening Part One", October 24 1994.

  • Member of the Wyvern/Manhattan clan. Introduced in Gargoyles "Awakening Part One", October 24 1994.

  • Member of the Wyvern/Manhattan clan. Introduced in Gargoyles "Awakening Part One", October 24 1994.

  • Telekinetic whose powers destroyed his face and chest. Introduced in Generation X #1, November 1994.

  • Evil member of the Destine family. Introduced in ClanDestine #2, November 1994.

  • Chas Chandler's wife. Debuted in Hellblazer #84, December 1994.

  • Chas Chandler's daughter. Debuted in Hellblazer #84, December 1994.

  • Immortal king. Debuted in Gargoyles "Enter MacBeth", January 6th 1995.

  • Cyborg Gargoyle. Introduced in Gargoyles "Reawakening", February 3rd 1995.

  • Marvel Comics, created by Warren Ellis. British mutant and government agent able to produce "hot knives," now leads MI13, the agency that handles paranormal threats against the U.K. Introduced in Excalibur #86, February 1995.

  • Robotic Gargoyle. Introduced in Gargoyles "Legion", September 6th 1995.

  • Skin-head member of the Skrull Kill Krew. Debuted in Skrull Kill Krew #1, September 1995.

  • London Hellfire Club. Introduced in Excalibur #96, April 1996.

  • London Hellfire Club. Introduced in Excalibur #96, April 1996.

  • London Hellfire Club. Introduced in Excalibur #96, April 1996.

  • Murderous RCX agent. Introduced in Excalibur #96, April 1996.

  • Spirit of the 20th Century. Introduced in Stormwatch #37, July 1996.

  • London Above resident unintentionally drawn into London Below machinations. Debuted in Neverwhere "Door" on 12th September 1996.

  • Member of London Below noble family. Debuted in Neverwhere "Door" on 12th September 1996.

  • Favour broker of London Below. Debuted in Neverwhere "Door" on 12th September 1996.

  • Bravo for hire in London Below. Debuted in Neverwhere "Knightsbridge" on 19th September 1996.

  • Department F66 agent. Introduced in Pryde and Wisdom #1, September 1996.

  • Rat speaker from London Below. Debuted in Neverwhere "Blackfriars" on 3rd October 1996.

  • Companion of the Doctor. Introduced in Doctor Who Magazine #244, 23rd October 1996.

  • Tomb raiding adventuress. First appeared in Tomb Raider, October 1996.

  • Manipulative sister of Pete Wisdom. Introduced in Pryde & Wisdom #2, October 1996.

  • Explorer and member of the Destine family. Introduced in X-Men & ClanDestine #1, October 1996.

  • Corps member on Earth X. Introduced in Earth X, 1997.

  • Buffy Summers' Watcher, introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Welcome to the Hellmouth", 10th March 1997.

  • Vampire, introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Welcome to the Hellmouth", 10th March 1997.

  • 1960s secret agent. Debuted in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, 2nd May 1997.

  • The Boy Who Lived. Young wizard with a powerful destiny. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Studious young wizard. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Youngest son of large wizarding family. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Wizard, and Hogwarts' Potions Master. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Hogwarts' half-giant groundskeeper. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Hogwarts' headmaster. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Villainous wizard. Debuted in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 30th June 1997.

  • Assassin. Debuted in Excalibur #111, August 1997.

  • Vampire, introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer "School Hard", 29th September 1997.

  • Vampire, introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer "School Hard", 29th September 1997.

  • 1930s secret agent and companion of the Doctor. Debuted in Doctor Who Magazine #257, 22th October 1997.

  • Chaos worshipping sorcerer. Introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Halloween", 27th October 1997.

  • Alterate reality Alysande Stuart, member of the interdimensional Corps. Debuted in Fantastic Four #9, September 1998.

  • Dennis the Menace's little sister. Introduced in Beano #2931, 19th September 1998.

  • Vampire successor to Baron Blood. Introduced in Union Jack #1, December 1998.

  • Watcher and member of Angel's team. Introduced in Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Bad Girls", 9th February 1999.

  • Government agent, liaison to the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Debuted in League of Extraordinary Gentlemen #1, March 1999.

  • Planetary's John Constantine analogue. Introduced in Planetary #7, January 2000.

  • Member of WWI era Hellfire Club, and friend of Montgomery Falsworth, aka Union Jack. Introduced in X-Men: Hellfire Club #3, March 2000.

  • Member of WWI era Hellfire Club, ancestor of Donald Pierce. Introduced in X-Men: Hellfire Club #3, March 2000.