Wilhelmina, better known as simply "Mina" is most well known as the heroine in the novel Dracula. She was Lucy Westenra's best friend, Jonathan Harker's fiance and later became his wife and mother to their child.
A former great hunter and adventurer in Africa, he's now an old opium-addicted man. As the League's story moves on, his old passion and spirit for adventure comes back to life.
Member of several incarnations of the Extraordinary League of Gentlemen. An immortal, Orlando is over 3,000 years old and has involuntary changed sex numerous times throughout his life.
Sorcerer from W. Somerset Maugham's novel The Magician.
Female personification for the island of Great Britain.
Created by Reg Smythe in 1957, Andy Capp is a satirical comic strip about a drunk and lazy unemployed fellow. He appears in the Daily Mirror newspaper.
A mysterious man, captain of the submarine the Nautilus. First appeared in Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
A Dark wizard of nearly unmatched power, Lord Voldemort is the main antagonist of the Harry Potter series. His rise to power was marked by atrocities so horrifying that few wizards dare to even speak his name.
The protagonist in William Shakespeare's The Tempest. His is member in the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and his a member of the 13th Floor Witches in Fabletown.
Space powered hero created by Mick Anglo.
Character in the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
A group of three wooden Dutch dolls. They appear in the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
A Professor at Hogwarts and a double spy. He use his skills, at deception to fool Voldemort, into believing, that he is still loyal to the Death Eaters, when really all along his love for Lilly Potter has kept, him on the good side.
Super-strong girl from Astrid Lindgren's childrens stories.
He is a detective that appears with his twin in the Adventures of Tintin.
Pluto is a one eyed black cat from a short story by Edgar Allan Poe.
British Writer famous for his Science-Fiction stories. Together with Jules Verne, he has been called "The Father of Science Fiction".
Ishmael is a member of Captain Ahab's crew in Moby Dick.
The "Alice in Wonderland" Alice. A normal girl who had the misfortune of falling into Wonderland's entrance (a rabbit hole).
An English scientist who created a treatment designed to alter the refractive index of objects, thus making them invisible. He experimented on himself and found himself unable to reverse the process.
An English scientist who designed a potion that physically transforms him into a brutal and savage man, Edward Hyde, his dark counterpart.
The elder, and possibly more intelligent, brother of Sherlock Holmes
Broad Arrow Jack gets his name from the brand put on his back by the Ogre in the shape of a broad arrow.
Queen of the British Iceni tribe.
An Alien being "whose vast knowledge of interplanetary science has made him the most remarkable man that ever lived".
Commander James Bond, Agent 007, is a spy who works for the MI6 secret service branch of the British Government. Created by Ian Fleming, Bond was originally the star of a series of novels, before being adapted into the world's second longest running film franchise. Inevitably, James Bond has found his way into all types of media adaptations including into newspaper strips and comics books.
The secretary for M.
The very beautiful, witty and especially dangerous Emma Peel was the female half of the spy duo known as the Avengers.
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