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No Character Reference Description Debut Medium Title Unit N
Fenella Jameson Wibbsey Fenella Wibbsey Shop owner, long possessed by the Swarm, companion of the 4th Doctor 2009 audio drama miniseries Doctor Who: Hornet's Nest episode The Stuff of Nightmares 1
John Wick / Jardan Jovonovich John Wick Spree-killing one-time retired assassin 2014 film John Wick -
Katherine "Kate" Pryde / Widget / Sprite / Ariel Widget (Pryde) Sentinel tech inhabited by alternate Kitty Pryde's soul 1981 comic series X-Men issue #141 2
Charles Widmore Charles Widmore Rich man; Desmond Hume's father-in-law; high ranking Other 2006 TV series Lost episode "Live Together, Die Alone"
Clarence "Clancy" Wiggum Clancy Wiggum Springfield's fat stupid police chief 1990 animated TV series The Simpsons episode "Homer's Odyssey"
Ralph Wiggum Ralph Wiggum Chief Wiggum's cognitively disabled son 1989 animated TV series The Simpsons episode "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" 3
Wil Wil of Lycia Lycian archer; early ally of Lyn 2003 video game series Fire Emblem (4) The Blazing Blade (5)
Wilbur Wilbur (pig) Pig that the spider Charlotte cared to protect 1952 novel Charlotte's Web -
Wild Smurf Wild Smurf Smurf who grew up isolated in the forest 1987 animated TV series The Smurfs episode "Smurf on the Wild Side"
Alexander "Alex" Wilder Alex Wilder Son of Pride members; had nerdy interests; schemer 2003 comic series Runaways issue #1
Catherine Henderson Wilder Catherine Wilder Pride member; ruthless lawyer 2003 comic series Runaways issue #1 6
Geoffrey Wilder Geoffrey Wilder Pride member; former gangster; businessman 2003 comic series Runaways issue #1
Naomi Wildman Naomi Wildman Half-Ktarian girl born and raised on Voyager 1996 TV series Star Trek: Voyager episode "Deadlock" 7
Samantha Wildman Samantha Wildman Officer in sciences on Voyager; mother of Naomi 1995 TV series Star Trek: Voyager episode "Elogium"
Iris Wildthyme / Lilith Iris Wildthyme Drunken renegade Time Lord and self-proclaimed parody of the Doctor 1995 novel Marked for Life - 8
Dewey Wilkerson Dewey Wilkerson Oddball 4th son of low-class Wilkerson family 2000 TV series Malcolm in the Middle pilot episode
Francis Wilkerson Francis Wilkerson Firstborn son of the low-class Wilkerson family; delinquent 2000 TV series Malcolm in the Middle pilot episode
Hal Wilkerson Hal Wilkerson Pathetic father of low-class Wilkerson family 2000 TV series Malcolm in the Middle pilot episode
Lois Welker Wilkerson Lois Wilkerson Overburdened mother of low-class Wilkerson family 2000 TV series Malcolm in the Middle pilot episode
Malcolm Wilkerson Malcolm Wilkerson Genius jerk middle child of low-class Wilkerson family 2000 TV series Malcolm in the Middle pilot episode
Reese Wilkerson Reese Wilkerson Dumbest son of the low-class Wilkerson family 2000 TV series Malcolm in the Middle pilot episode
Anne "Annie" Wilkes Dugan Annie Wilkes Psychopathic fan of Paul Sheldon; nurse serial killer 1987 novel Misery -
Ashley Wilkes Ashley Wilkes Confederate officer and "true love" of Scarlett O'Hara 1936 novel Gone with the Wind -
Will Scarlet / Gamwell Will Scarlet Member of Robin Hood's Merry Men who dressed in red; Robin's nephew c. 1450 ballad A Gest of Robyn Hode -
Allison Williams Allison Williams Scientist and aide to Rachel Jensen in Intrusion Counter-Measures Group 1988 TV series Doctor Who episode "Remembrance of the Daleks" Part One
Anna Williams Anna Williams Irish Tekken combatant; younger sister of Nina 1994 arcade video game Tekken -
Ashley "Ash" Williams Ash Williams Regular guy who repeatedly faced evil Deadites 1981 film The Evil Dead -
Ellie Williams Ellie Williams Girl immune to zombie fungus; went on murder spree after father figure killed 2013 video game The Last of Us -
Eric Williams / Grim Reaper Eric Williams Wonder Man's insane brother; scythe for hand 1968 comic series Avengers issue #52
Jakeem Williams / Jakeem Thunder Jakeem Williams African American youth who bonded to the djinn Yz 1998 comic series The Flash issue #134
Nina Williams Nina Williams Irish Tekken combatant; older sister of Anna 1994 arcade video game Tekken -
Rhys Williams Rhys Williams Partner of Gwen Cooper who later worked with her in Torchwood 2006 TV series Torchwood episode "Everything Changes"
Riri Williams / Ironheart Riri Williams Genius girl and protege of Tony Stark; build her own suit 2016 comic series Invincible Iron Man issue #7 9
Rory Williams Rory Williams Somewhat milquetoast 11th Doctor companion; nurse 2010 TV series Doctor Who episode "The Eleventh Hour"
Sarah Williams Sarah Williams Girl who faces Jareth the Goblin King to save her brother 1986 film Labyrinth -
Simon Williams / Wonder Man/ Hollywood Simon Williams Ionic superhero, immortal, failed actor, Avenger 1964 comic series Avengers issue #9 10
Leslie Willis / Livewire Leslie Willis Shock jock turned electric supervillain 1997 animated TV series Superman: The Animated Series episode "Livewire"
Clarice Willow Clarice Willow Monotheistic cult terrorist leader in Twelve Worlds 2009 TV series Caprica pilot episode
Cassidy Willows Cassidy Willows Team Rocket agent; partner to Butch and rival to Jessie 1998 animated TV series (anime) Pokémon (11) episode "The Secret of the Breeding Center" (12) 13
Willy Willy (orca) Orca that bonded with a boy, Jesse Greenwood, while in captivity 1993 film Free Willy -
Buford Wilson / Beef Buford Wilson Brawny member of Frost's Hellions; murdered and resurrected 1991 comic series New Warriors issue #9 14
George Wilson George Wilson Older man frequently menaced by a small boy 1951 daily comic strip Dennis the Menace -
James "Jim" Wilson Jim Wilson (activist) Onetime Hulk sidekick; died of AIDS 1970 comic series Incredible Hulk issue #131
James Wilson James Wilson (physician) Doctor and manipulated friend of Gregory House 2004 TV series House, M.D. pilot episode
Joseph "Joey" Wilson / Jericho Joey Wilson Mute youth superhero possessor, Titan, and son of Deathstroke 1984 comic series Tales of the Teen Titans issue #43 15
Kip Wilson / Buffy Wilson Kip Wilson Man who dressed like a woman to get cheap rent; crazy about a blond 1980 TV series Bosom Buddies pilot episode
Rose Wilson / Ravager Rose Wilson Daughter of Deathstroke who followed in his footsteps incl. gouged out eye 1992 comic series Deathstroke the Terminator issue #15 16
Samuel "Sam" Wilson / The Falcon / Captain America Sam Wilson (hero) Black American superhero with artificial wings 1969 comic series Captain America issue #117 17
Slade Wilson / Deathstroke the Terminator Slade Wilson Super-soldier mercenary, rapist, murderer, occasional anti-hero 1980 comic series New Teen Titans issue #2
Wade Wilson / Deadpool Wade Wilson Mercenary with out-of-control healing power; constantly talking comic series comic series New Mutants issue #98
Albert Wily Albert Wily Robot-designer and rival to Dr. Thomas Light; crazed supervillain 1987 video game Rockman -
WilyKat WilyKat Boy twin junior Thundercat 1985 animated TV series Thundercats episode "Exodus"
WilyKit WilyKit Girl twin junior Thundercat 1985 animated TV series Thundercats episode "Exodus"
J. Wellington Wimpy J. Wellington Wimpy Obese beggar who constantly requested hamburgers 1931 comic strip Thimble Theatre - -
Charles Winchester III Charles Winchester Stuffy surgeon at MASH 4077 in Korea 1977 TV series M*A*S*H episode "Fade In, Fade Out"
Dean Winchester Dean Winchester Older of two occult hunter brothers; used fake deep voice 2005 TV series Supernatural pilot episode
Samuel "Sam" Winchester Sam Winchester Younger of two occult hunter brothers; had a girlfriend 2005 TV series Supernatural pilot episode
Theodore Winchester / Grizzly Theodore Winchester Large feral mutant; founding Six Pack member 1992 comic series X-Force issue #2
Wind Fish Wind Fish Whale-like principality on Hyrule; while asleep maintained island's existence 1993 video game series The Legend of Zelda (18) The Dreaming Island (19)
Mace Windu Mace Windu High-ranking Jedi in pre-Empire days; had purple lightsaber 1999 film series Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey African American woman talk show host and media powerhouse N/A - - -
Colleen Wing Colleen Wing Modern woman samurai; partner of Misty Knight 1974 comic series Marvel Premiere issue #19
Wyatt Wingfoot Wyatt Wingfoot Indigenous American Fantastic Four ally; dated She-Hulk 1966 comic series Fantastic Four issue #50
Wolfgang "Woozy" Winks Woozy Winks Plastic Man's goofy and immortal sidekick 1942 comic series Police Comics issue #13 20
Winn Adami Winn Adami Kai of Bajor; ambitious, ruthless, and somewhat murderous 1993 TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "In the Hands of the Prophets" 21
Winn-Dixie Winn-Dixie Opal Bulloni's rapscallion dog 2000 novel Because of Winn-Dixie -
Carl Winslow Carl Winslow Police officer and patriarch of the Winslow family 1989 TV series Perfect Strangers episode "Crimebusters"
Edward "Eddie" Winslow Eddie Winslow Firstborn son of the Winslow family 1989 TV series Family Matters episode "The Mama Who Came to Dinner"
Estelle LeNoire Winslow Thomas Estelle Winslow Carl Winslow's live-in mother; a bit tetchy 1989 TV series Family Matters episode "The Mama Who Came to Dinner" 22
Harriette Baines Winslow Harriette Winslow Sassy elevator operator and matriarch of the Winslow family 1987 TV series Perfect Strangers episode "All the News that Fits" (1987) 23
Judith "Judy" Winslow Judy Winslow Younger daughter of the Winslow family made into a Neverwas 1989 TV series Family Matters episode "The Mama Who Came to Dinner"
Laura Winslow Laura Winslow Older daughter of the Winslow family and stalking victim of Steve Urkel 1989 TV series Family Matters episode "The Mama Who Came to Dinner"
Dallas "Dally" Winston Dally Winston Greaser in Tulsa in 1960s; suicide by cop 1967 novel The Outsiders -
Emily Winter Emily Winter 1920s American actress; 10th Doctor companion 2009 comic series Doctor Who issue #1
Jonathan Winters Jonathan Winters 20th century American comedian; friend of Maude Frickert N/A - - -
Julie Winters Julie Winters Damaged social worker; unconscious creator of The Maxx 1993 comic one-shot Darker Image issue #1
Johnny Wiseau Johnny Wiseau Odd-looking spoon aficionado whose future wife slept with his best friend 2003 film The Room - 24
Bentley Wittman / The Wizard Bentley Wittman One-time TV host who became power suit wearing villain and enemy of FF 1962 comic series Strange Tales issue #102
Bentley Wittman / Bentley-23 Bentley Wittman (clone) Clone of the Wizard; Future Foundation member 2009 comic series Fantastic Four issue #570
Daniel Witwicky Daniel Witwicky Son of Sam Witwicky; close friend of Arcee 1986 animated film The Transformers: The Movie -
Irving "Sparkplug" Witwicky Sparkplug Witwicky Construction worker and ally of the Autobots; father of Sam 1984 animated TV series The Transformers episode "More Than Meets the Eye" Part I 25
Samuel "Sam" / "Spike" Witwicky Sam Witwicky Young friend of the Autobots in the 1980s 1984 animated TV series The Transformers episode "More Than Meets the Eye" Part I 26
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