Knights

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  • Marvel Comics' premier knight.

  • A knight from the Dungeons & Dragons' DragonLance universe. He was a knight of Solamnia.

  • One of DC's knights.

  • A knight from the Song of Ice and Fire series A Game of Thrones. He is the Mountain that rides. He is a rather unsavory character, but he has been knighted.

  • A knight of the Round Table from English myths and legends.

  • A villainous black knight from Marvel Comics. He was Dane's (Marvel's premier knight) uncle.

  • A knight of Solamnia from the distant past of the Dungeons & Dragons DragonLance universe. He was a legendary knight who was the greatest hero of Krynn's history.

  • One of DC Comics' knights.

  • A knight from the "A Song of Ice and Fire" universe, better known as Game of Thrones.

  • One of the knights of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • A knight from the Marvel universe.

  • One of the greatest knights in the history of Westeros in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" unverse.

  • One of the villains in the Scooby Doo universe. I don't know if this character was properly knighted.

  • This version of White Knight is a Zenescope Comics character.

  • One of the knights of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • A female villain using the name in Marvel Comics. I'm not sure she was properly knighted.

  • A knight from DC Comics. The Batman of England. I don't know if he was properly knighted.

  • The knight of flowers in "A Song of Ice and Fire".

  • This Red Knight is from Zenescope Comics. He may have been properly knighted within the story.

  • One of the Knights of the Round Table from the myths and legends of King Arther in England.

  • A knight from the Marvel Universe. He fought during World War I. I'm not sure if he had been properly knighted in the storyies.

  • From DC Comics is a knight, although I don't think he was properly knighted.

  • A Hedge Knight from A Song of Ice and Fire. He was a squire who used his dead knight's equipment. He hasn't been properly knighted, but he used a knightly title - Ser.

  • A knight of Somania from the Dragronlance world of Dungeons and Dragons. He is the father of Sturm Brightblade.

  • A knight of the Round Table from the myths and legends of King Arthur from England.

  • A Marvel Comics villain whom I'm sure hasn't been properly knighted.

  • A Batman from DC's Earth 17 universe. I'm not sure he was properly knighted in that universe.

  • He was a knight of Solamnia in the Dragonlance part of Dungeons & Dragons.

  • He is a knight, though disgraced, in the saga called A Song of Ice and Fire.

  • One of the knights of the Round Table according to Authurian myths and legends.

  • This villain is a knight in the Marvel universe, although I do not believe he has been properly knighted.

  • This DC villain appears to be a knight, though he most likely hasn't been properly knighted.

  • This knight is from the Berserk series by the publisher Kakusensha.

  • Ser Waymar Royce was killed off in A Song of Ice and Fire. Though killed quickly he was still a knight.

  • One of the knights of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • From Marvel Comics is one of the High Evolutionary's mutated animal men who is a knight of Wundagore Mountain.

  • From DC Comics he started out as the Shining Knight's squire and then became Knight. I'm not sure if he had been properly knighted.

  • From A Song of Ice and Fire he was a knight on the losing side of a rebellion and was banished to the Wall as a brother of the Night's Watch.

  • He is a Capcom character and appears to be a robot. I don't think he has been properly knighted.

  • He is one of the knights of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • From Marvel Comics. He is one of the Knights of Wundagore Mountain created by the High Evolutionary.

  • From DC Comics. He is a Batman from another dimension who was inspired by a suit of armor rather than by a bat. I'm not sure he was properly knighted.

  • He is a knight from "A Song of Ice and Fire".

  • A knight character that started out as a Fox Feature Publication character.

  • He is one of the knights of the round table according to Arthurian myths and legends.

  • From the Marvel Universe. He is a knight of Wundagore Mountain created by the High Evolutionary.

  • From the DC Universe. He might have "knight" in his name, but he doesn't look or act like a knight. I'm sure he hasn't been properly knighted.

  • He is a knight from "A Song of Ice and Fire".

  • A knight character published by Pines Publishing after getting started in Standard/Better/Nedor.

  • From Arthurian myths and legends is a knight of the Round Table. He was the father of Sir Kay and foster father of King Arthur.

  • From Marvel Comics. A timber wolf evolved by the High Evolutionary to be a Knight of Wundagore Mountain.

  • From DC Comics. A knight that fought the demon, Etrigan.

  • Though he wasn't a knight in the beginning He was knighted during the story "A Song of Ice and Fire".

  • An Image Comics/ Awesome Comics character. Although he has the word "knight" in his name I don't think this character has been properly knighted.

  • This picture is for a Caradoc from DC Comics. The DC Comics version of Caradoc is based on a Sir Caradoc from Authurian myths and legends.

  • From Marvel Comics. This is one of the High Evolutionary's evolved New Men and a knight of Wundagore Mountain.

  • From DC Comics. He is a member of the Atomic Knights. He was presumably properly knighted according to their rules.

  • From Zenescope Entertainment comes a knight that serves the Queen of Spades. He may have been properly knighted.

  • From the Masters of the Universe. It is possible that he was properly knighted in the He-Man universe.

  • A knight of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • From Marvel Comics an evolved lion and Knight of Wundagore.

  • From DC Comics an ex-soldier and member of the Atomic Knights. Presumably he was properly knighted according to the rules of the Atomic Knights.

  • An Image Comics/ Awesome Comics character. Though "knight" is in his name I'm not sure that he has been properly knighted.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • In the public domain. This character seems to be listed as both a knight of the Round Table and Jester of the Round Table. In Arthurian myths and legends he may have been a knight.

  • From Marvel Comics an evolved dolphin and Knight of Wundagore.

  • From DC Comics an ex-soldier and member of the Atomic Knights. Presumably he was properly knighted according to the rules of the Atomic Knights.

  • An Image Comics/ Awesome Comics character. It is not clear if this character has been properly knighted in-story.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • In the public domain. This character seems to be listed as both a knight of the Round Table and butler of the Round Table. In Arthurian myths and legends he may have been a knight.

  • From Marvel Comics an evolved bulldog and Knight of Wundagore. According to the bio this character is a knight of Wundagor.

  • From DC Comics an ex-soldier and member of the Atomic Knights. Presumably she was properly knighted according to the rules of the Atomic Knights.

  • From Nintendo. Although this entry seems to be for a whole group of skeleton knights rather than a single character. I'm including this character because it looks interesting.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, She is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably she has been properly knighted.

  • A knight of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • A knight from Marvel Comics. I am not sure this character was properly knighted.

  • From DC Comics an ex-school teacher and member of the Atomic Knights. Presumably he was properly knighted according to the rules of the Atomic Knights.

  • A Harry S. Chesler/ Dynamic comic character. Although he doesn't look very knightly and it's not clear if he has been properly knighted I am adding this character to the list based on his name.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • A knight of the Round Table from Arthurian myths and legends. I'm not sure if this character is really from the myths and legends or if this character is a relatively recent addition.

  • A Marvel Comics knight character. Presumably he was properly knighted by his organization or god.

  • A DC Comics character with the word "knight" in its name. Based on the entry for this character it is clear that this character has not been properly knighted.

  • A Sterling Comics knight character. It is not clear if this character has been properly knighted.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • A knight from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • A knight from Marvel Comics. It is not clear if this character has been properly knighted.

  • A member of Gorilla Grodd's Gorilla Knights from DC Comics. Presumably this character has been properly knighted.

  • A knight from Disney first appearing in the Robin Hood movie with anthropomorphic animals and later comic books. It is likely this character has been properly knighted.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • The Black Knight from Arthurian myths and legends.

  • A knight from Marvel Comics.

  • A knight of the Broken Table from DC Comics.

  • A character from Dan Dare's universe appearing in Eagle Comics and Virgin Comics. Presumably he has been properly knighted in this fictional universe.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Spectral Knights, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • This entry seems to be talking about two different Red Knight characters. One of the characters is a Charlton Comics character. The other character is a knight from Arthurian myth and legend.

  • A knight from Marvel Comics.

  • A knight of the Broken Table from DC Comics.

  • A knight character from Wildstorm's Astro City series. It seems unlikely that this character has been properly knighted.

  • From Visionairies, A member of the Darkling Lords, He is one of the Knights of the Magical Light. Presumably he has been properly knighted.

  • A real person who had been knighted and has made appearances in comics books.