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  1. Gihoe Ga/Chance. The character first appears in the comic book Fallen Angels #1 (1987). Her real name is arbitrary.
  2. Gabriel/Jibril (angel). The character first appears, narratively, in the Book of Ezekiel in the Tanakh/Bible, written in antiquity.
  3. Jonathan "Gabe" Gabriel. The character first appears in the webcomic Penny Arcade, beginning in 1998.
  4. Gabrielle (bard). The character first appears in the Xena: Warrior Princess television series premiere episode "Sins of the Past" (1995).
  5. Gabumon/Punimon/Tsunomon/Garurumon (Matt's partner). The character first appears in the Digimon anime premiere episode "Adrift? The Island of Adventure!" (1999).
  6. E. Gadd. The character first appears in the video game Luigi's Mansion (2001).
  7. Inspector Gadget/John Brown. The character first appears in the Inspector Gadget animated series pilot episode (1982). His real name is established in the live-action film Inspector Gadget (1999).
  8. Gaea/Gaia/Mother Nature/Mother Earth/many others. The character here is a composite of many different characters from many different cultures, who go back to the dawn of civilization.
  9. Felix Gaeta. The character first appears in the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries (2003).
  10. Gaia ('Ye). The character first appears in the comic book Generation X #37 (1998).
  11. Gaius/Asugi/Saizo V. The character first appears, with the Japanese name of Guire, in the game Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012). His English name is established in the North American release (2013). The Asugi incarnation first appears in Fire Emblem: If (2015), with the character's English name in that title's North American release of Fire Emblem: Fates (2016).
  12. Liam Galway/Angel/Angelus. The character first appears in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series premiere episode "Welcome to Hellmouth" (1997).
  13. Ga'menwaj. The character first appears, as Mr. Game and Watch, in the video game Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001), though it is a character who is a gestalt of several unnamed characters featured in minimally plotted LCD games, starting with Ball (1980). Its name here, Ga'menwaj, is apocryphal.
  14. Gamera. The character first appears in the film Gamera: The Giant Monster (1965).
  15. Lar Gand/Valor/M'Onel. The character first appears in the comic book Superboy #89 (1961). The version in this timeline first appears in L.E.G.I.O.N. #16 (1990). He first adopts the Valor identity in Valor #1 (1992) and M'Onel in Legionnaires #37 (1996).
  16. Laurel Gand/Andromeda. The character first appears in the comic book Legion of Super-Heroes #5 (1990). A version of her first adopts the code-name Andromeda in Legion of Super-Heroes #41 (1993). The version in this timeline first appears in Legion of Super-Heroes #66 (1995).
  17. Mohandas Gandhi (clone). The character first appears in the Clone High animated series premiere episode "Escape to Beer Mountain: A Rope of Sand" (2002).
  18. Ganglios/Tellus. The character first appears in the comic book Legion of Super-Heroes #9 (1985).
  19. Ganondorf Dragmire/Ganon. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda (1986), as the monstrous Ganon. His original name, Ganondorf Dragmire, is established in the manual for the video game The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (1991), and he first appears in that form in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998).
  20. Ganthet. The character first appears in the comic book Green Lantern: Ganthet's Tale (1992).
  21. Ganz (Orion). The character first appears in the first Star Trek: Vanguard novel Harbinger (2005)
  22. Elim Garak. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series episode "Past Prologue" (1993). His given name is established in the episode "The Wire" (1994).
  23. Morgan Gardenia. The character first appears, with the Japanese name of Natane, in the video games Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions (2006). Her English name, Gardenia, is established in the North American release (2007). Her given name is arbitrary.
  24. Garfield (cat). The character first appears in the Garfield daily comic strip (1978).
  25. Gargamel. The character first appears in the The Smurfs comic strip story "The Smurfnapper" (1959).
  26. MacDonald "Mac" Gargan/Scorpion/Venom/Spider-Man. The character first appears in the comic book The Amazing Spider-Man #19 (1964). He first appears as Venom in Marvel Knights Spider-Man #10 (2005), and as Spider-Man in Dark Avengers #1 (2009).
  27. Eve "Evie" Garland. The character first appears in the Out of This World television series premiere episode "Evie's Thirteenth Birthday" (1987).
  28. Daniel "Dan" Garrett/Blue Beetle. The character first appears in the comic book Mystery Men Comics #1 (1939).
  29. Rachel Garrett. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "Yesterday's Enterprise" (1990).
  30. Jason "Jay" Garrick/Flash. The character first appears in the comic book Flash Comics #1 (1940).
  31. Garth/Aqualad/Tempest. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #269 (1960). He adopts the Tempest code-name in Tempest #2 (1996).
  32. Dirk Garthwaite/Wrecker. The character first appears in the comic book Thor #148 (1968).
  33. Garundel. The character first appears in the Doctor Who audio drama Black and White (2012),
  34. Gatomon/YukimiBotamon/Nyaromon/Salamon/Angewomon (Kari's partner). The character first appears in the Digimon anime episode "Vamdemon, the Castle of Darkness" (1999).
  35. Wally Gator. The character first appears in the Wally Gator animated short segment "Droopy Dragon" (1962).
  36. Siddhartha Gautama/Gautama Buddha. Possibly a historical figure, the character first appears, possibly, in the epic poem Buddhacarita (c. 100 CE).
  37. Paras Gavaskar/Indra. The character first appears in the comic book New X-Men: Academy X #7 (2005). His code- and real names are established in the New X-Men: Academy X Yearbook Special (2005).
  38. Klavier Gavin. The character first appears, with his Japanese name of Garyu Kyouya, in the video game Turnabout Trial 4 (2007). His English dub name of Klavier Gavin is established in the English adaptation Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney (2008).
  39. Kristoph Gavin. The character first appears, with his Japanese name of Garyu Kirihito, in the video game Turnabout Trial 4 (2007). His English dub name of Kristoph Gavin is established in the English adaptation Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney (2008).
  40. Gavyn/Starman. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #467 (1980).
  41. Sir Gawain. The character first appears, outside folklore, apparently, in the story "Culhwch and Olwen" (c. 1100).
  42. Gazoo. The character first appears in the The Flintstones episode "The Great Gazoo" (1965).
  43. Gyro Gearloose. The character first appears in the comic book Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #140 (1952).
  44. Jason Gekko/Mondo Gecko. The character first appears in the comic book Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #18 (1991). His given name is revealed in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series episode "Meet Mondo Gecko" (2015). His surname is arbitrary.
  45. Brian Gelber. The character first appears in the musical stage play Avenue Q (2003). His surname is arbitrary.
  46. Monica Geller. The character first appears in the Friends television series pilot episode (1994).
  47. Ross Geller. The character first appears in the Friends television series pilot episode (1994).
  48. Robert "Bobby" Generic. The character first appears, outside Howie Mandel's stand-up routines, in the Bobby's World animated series premiere episode "The Visit to Aunt Ruth's" (1990).
  49. Genghis Frog. The character first appears in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series episode "Invasion of the Punk Frogs" (1988).
  50. Genie (djinn). The character first appears, outside folklore, apparently, as an unnmaed djinn in the French translation of the anthology The Thousand and One Nights, in the story "Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp" (1709). The Genie version first appears in the animated film Aladdin (1992).
  51. Genis-Vell/Legacy/Captain Marvel/Photon. The character first appears in the comic book Silver Surfer Annual #6 (1993). He first appears as Captain Marvel in Captain Marvel #4 (1996), and as Photon in New Thunderbolts #6 (2005).
  52. Genny of Zofia. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Gaiden (1992).
  53. Geno (doll). The character first appears in the video game Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996).
  54. Gharnef. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (1990).
  55. Ghirahim. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2011).
  56. Ghostwriter/Ezra Jenkins. The character first appears in the Ghostwriter television series premiere episode "Ghost Story, Part 1" (1992). He is dubbed Ghostwriter in "Ghost Story, Part 2" (1992). His original name, though not confirmed, is hinted at in his debut appearance, but is semi-arbitrarily used here.
  57. Gideon (Hebrew judge). The character first appears, narratively, in the Book of Judges in the Tanakh/Bible, written in antiquity.
  58. Gideon (External). The character first appears in the comic book New Mutants #98 (1991).
  59. Simon Giha. The character first appears in the Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann anime series premiere episode "Bust Through Heaven with Your Drill!" (2007).
  60. Gil/Gilgamesh. The character first appears in the video game The Tower of Druagh (1984).
  61. Whitley Gilbert. The character first appears on the A Different World television series premiere episode "Reconcilable Differences" (1987).
  62. Rupert Giles. The character first appears in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series pilot episode "Welcome to Hellmouth" (1997).
  63. Tyson Gilford/Blindside. The character first appears in the comic book Relative Heroes #1 (2000).
  64. Gilgamesh. The character first appears, outside oral tradition, in the Epic of Gilgamesh poem, c. 1750 BCE.
  65. Hogarth "Hoagie" Gilligan Jr./Numbuh 2. The character first appears in the Codename: Kids Next Door animated series pilot short "No P in the OOL" (2004).
  66. Willy Gilligan. The character first appears in the Gilligan's Island television series premiere episode "Two on a Raft" (1964). His given name is never revealed in-story, but is part of the original treatment.
  67. Dobie Gillis. The character first appears in the short story "The Unhappy Winner" (1945).
  68. Ian "Chunky" Gilmore. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Remembrance of the Daleks, Part One" (1988).
  69. Gimli. The character first appears in the The Lord of the Rings novel The Fellowship of the Ring (1954).
  70. Michel Ginko. The character first appears in the comic book Diabolik #1 (1962). His given name is arbitrary.
  71. Silver Giovanni. The character first appears in the video games Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions (1999).
  72. William "Willie" Giovanni. The character first appears, under his Japanese name Sakaki, in the video games Pokémon Red and Green Versions (1996). He receives the English dub name Giovanni in the English release (where Green is now Blue). His given name is arbitrary.
  73. Giratina. The character first appears in the video games Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions (2006).
  74. Giovanni Giuseppe/James Jesse/Trickster. The character first appears in the comic book The Flash #113 (1960).
  75. Gizmo (Mogwai). The character first appears in the film Grimlins (1984).
  76. GLaDOS/Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System. The character first appears in the video game Portal (2007).
  77. Glimmer of Etheria. A version of the character first appears in the She-Ra: Princess of Power premiere episode "Into Etheria" (1985).
  78. Sabalom Glitz. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "The Trial of a Time Lord Part One" (1986).
  79. Gloin. The character first appears in the novel The Hobbit (1937).
  80. Flintheart Glomgold/Duke Baloney. The character first appears in the comic book Uncle Scrooge #15 (1956). His real name is revealed in the DuckTales animated series episode "The Ballad of Duke Baloney" (2019).
  81. G'nort G'neesmacher. The character first appears in the comic book Justice League International #10 (1988).
  82. Goddard (robot dog). The character first appears in the Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius animated short "Runaway Rocketboy!" (1998).
  83. Pip Gofern/Pip the Troll. The character first appears in the comic book Strange Tales #179 (1975).
  84. Gojira/Godzilla. The character first appears in the film Gojira (1954).
  85. Gold (Magnus). The character first appears in the comic book Showcase #37 (1962).
  86. Mickey Goldmill. The character first appears in the film Rocky (1976).
  87. Goliath (dog). The character first appears in the Davey & Goliath stop motion animated series premiere episode "Lost in a Cave" (1961).
  88. Goliath (gargoyle). The character first appears in the Gargoyles animated series premiere episode "Awakening: Part One" (1994).
  89. Gollum/Sméagol. The character first appears in the novel The Hobbit (1937).
  90. Gomamon/Pichimon/Bukamon/Ikkakumon/Zudomon (Joe's partner). The character first appears in the Digimon anime premiere episode "Adrift? The Island of Adventure!" (1999).
  91. Speedy Gonzales. The character first appears in the Merrie Melodies animated short film "Cat-Tails for Two" (1953).
  92. Gabriella "Gabby" Gonzalez. The character first appears in the comic book Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1 (2014).
  93. Gonzo the Great. The character first appears in the Muppets television special The Great Santa Claus Switch (1970).
  94. Goofy Goof/Dippy Dawg. The character first appears in the animated short film Mickey's Revue (1932). He first appears as Goofy in The Whoopee Party (1932).
  95. Goofy Maxwell "Max" Goof Jr. The character first appears, as "Junior", in the animated short film Fathers Are People (1951). He is referred to as Max first in the Goof Troop animated series broadcast special "Forever Goof" (1992). Max being a shortening of the middle name Maxwell is an arbitrary choice.
  96. Goombario. The character first appears in the game Paper Mario (2000).
  97. Gopher (Pooh associate). The character first appears in the animated featurette Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966).
  98. Gordin of Altea. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (1990).
  99. Artemus Gordon. The character first appears in the The Wild, Wild West television series premiere episode "The Night of the Inferno" (1965).
  100. Barbara "Babs" Gordon/Batgirl/Oracle. The character first appears in the comic book Detective Comics #359 (1967). She first appears as Oracle in Suicide Squad #23 (1989).
  101. James "Jim" Gordon. The character first appears in the comic book Detective Comics #27 (1939).
  102. Steven "Flash" Gordon. The character first appears in the initial Flash Gordon comic strip (1934). His given name is taken from the Flash Gordon television series (2007).
  103. Gorgon (Inhuman). The character first appears in the comic book Fantastic Four #44 (1965).
  104. Magilla Gorilla. The character first appears in the The Magilla Gorilla Show animated series short "Big Game" (1963).
  105. Gorkon. The character first appears in the film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991).
  106. Gothel. A character in this role, an ogress, first appears, in a written form, apparently, in the story "Petrosinella", published in the collection Pentamerone (1634). The first story she is named Gothel in the story "Rapunzel" in Grimm's Fairy Tales (1812).
  107. Moves-with-Burning-Grace. The character first appears in the comic book Star Trek: Early Voyages #1 (1997).
  108. Grammi Gummi. The character first appears in the Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears animated series premiere episode "A New Beginning" (1985).
  109. Granny Goodness. The character first appears in the comic book Mister Miracle #2 (1971).
  110. Adam Morgan Grant. The character first appears in the comic book Adventures of Superman #429 (1987).
  111. Alan Grant. The character first appears in the novel Jurassic Park (1990).
  112. Catherine "Cat" Grant. The character first appears in the comic book Adventures of Superman #424 (1987).
  113. Ginger Grant. The character first appears in the Gilligan's Island television series premiere episode "Two on a Raft" (1964).
  114. Gloria "Glory" Grant. The character first appears in the comic book The Amazing Spider-Man #140 (1975).
  115. Josephine "Jo" Grant Jones. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Terror of the Autons, Episode One" (1971). She is first depicted with the married surname Jones in the Doctor Who novel Genocide (1997).
  116. Griff (gargoyle). The character first appears in the Gargoyles animated series episode "M.I.A." (1995).
  117. Brian Griffin. The character first appears in the Family Guy animated series premiere episode "Death Has a Shadow" (1999).
  118. Christopher "Chris" Griffin. The character first appears in the Family Guy animated series premiere episode "Death Has a Shadow" (1999).
  119. Gemma Griffin. The character first appears in the Doctor Who audio drama Terror Firma (2005).
  120. Lois Pewterschmidt Griffin. The character first appears in the Family Guy animated series premiere episode "Death Has a Shadow" (1999). Her maiden name is established ???
  121. Megan "Meg" Griffin. The character first appears in the Family Guy animated series premiere episode "Death Has a Shadow" (1999).
  122. Peter Griffin. The character first appears in the Family Guy animated series premiere episode "Death Has a Shadow" (1999).
  123. Samson Griffin. The character first appears in the Doctor Who audio drama Terror Firma (2005).
  124. Stewart "Stewie" Griffin. The character first appears in the Family Guy animated series premiere episode "Death Has a Shadow" (1999).
  125. Vincent "Vinnie" Grigori. The character first appears, unnamed, in the Gargoyles animated series episode "Awakening: Part Three" (1994). His name is established in ???
  126. Grim (reaper). The character first appears in the Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy animated short "Meet the Reaper" (2003).
  127. Grimace. The character first appears in McDonald's commercials airing in 1971.
  128. Grodd. The character first appears in the comic book Flash #106 (1959).
  129. Gromit. The character first appears in the stop-motion animated short film A Grand Day Out (1989).
  130. Groose. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2011).
  131. Groot. The character first appears in the comic book Tales to Astonish #13 (1960).
  132. Scooter Grosse. The character first appears in Episode 106 of the The Muppet Show television series (1976). His surname can be inferred from his uncle, J.P. Grosse, in the same episode.
  133. Skeeter Grosse. The character first appears in the Muppet Babies animated series premiere episode "Noisy Neighbors" (1984). Her surname can be inferred from her twin brother being the nephew of J.P. Grosse from the The Muppet Show television series Episode 106 (1976).
  134. Grouchy Smurf. The character first appears in the The Smurfs comic strip story "The Egg and the Smurfs" (1960)
  135. Groudon. The character first appears in the video games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions (2002).
  136. Felonious Gru. The character first appears in the animated feature film Despicable Me (2010).
  137. Gruffi Gummi. The character first appears in the Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears animated series premiere episode "A New Beginning" (1985).
  138. "Skipper" Jonas Grumby. The character first appears in the Gilligan's Island television series premiere episode "Two on a Raft" (1964).
  139. Grumpy/Dreamy. The seven unnamed dwarves first appear in the short story "Snow White" in the anthology Grimm's Fairy Tales (1812). The distinct Grumpy character first appears in the Disney animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). His identity as Dreamy is established in the Once Upon a Time television series episode ???
  140. Geraldine Grundy. The character first appears in the comic book Jackpot Comics #4 (1941).
  141. Gretchen Grundler. The character first appears in the Recess animated series premiere episode "The Break-In" (1997).
  142. Garson Grunge/Muckman. The character first appears in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series episode "Muckman Messes Up" (1991).
  143. Gudrun Gyukadottir/Krimhild. The character first appears, perhaps outside oral tradition, in the Norse Völsunga saga (c. 1275).
  144. William Guile. The character first appears in the arcade video game Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (1991). His surname is established in the film Street Fighter (1994).
  145. Guinan. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "The Child" (1988).
  146. Lady Guinevere. The character first appears, outside folklore, apparently, in the story "Culhwch and Olwen" (c. 1100).
  147. Guinivere of Bern. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002).
  148. Walter "Wally" Gulbenkian. The character first appears, with his Japanese name of Mitsuru, in the video games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions (2002). His dub name Wally is established in the English release (2003). His full name is arbitrary.
  149. Lemuel Gulliver. The character first appears in the novel Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and Then a Captain of Several Ships (1726).
  150. Gumby. The character first appears in the Gumby animated short film Gumby on the Moon, aired originally on The Howdy Doody Show (1956).
  151. Forrest Gump. The character first appears in the novel Forrest Gump (1986).
  152. Sally Groom Gump. The character first appears in the novel Forrest Gump (1986). Her given and maiden names are arbitrary.
  153. Richard "Dick" Gumshoe. The character first appears, with his original Japanese name of Itonokogiri Keisuke, in the video game Turnabout Trial (2001). His English dub name Dick Gumshoe is established in the English adaptation Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (2005). His full first name is arbitrary.
  154. Gunter of Nohr. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: If (2015).
  155. Gunther the Dominator. The character first appears in the comic book The Blasters Special #1 (1989).
  156. Joshua "Josh"/"Jay" Guthrie/Icarus. The character first appears in the comic book Rom Annual #3 (1984). He adopts the code-name Icarus in ???
  157. Paige Guthrie/Husk. The character first appears, as an unnamed Guthrie child, in the comic book Rom Annual#3 (1984). Her given name is established in X-Force #32 (1994). She adopts the Husk code-name in Generation X #1 (1994).
  158. Samuel "Sam" Guthrie/Cannonball. The character first appears in the comic book Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982).
  159. Gutsy Smurf. The character first appears in the animated/live-action hybrid film The Smurfs (2011).
  160. Rodolfo Guzman Huerta/El Santo. A real person with a luchador identity, the version for this timeline more-or-less first appears in the film Santo contra los zombis (1961).
  161. Gwendolyn of Lycia. The character first appears, as Wendy, in the video game Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002). Her English name, Gwendolyn, is established in Fire Emblem Heroes (2017).
  162. Gym'll. The character first appears in the comic book Legion of Super-Heroes #284 (1982). The version appearing in this timeline first appears in Legionnaires #38 (1996).
  163. Gypsy (robot). The character first appears in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 initial incarnation first episode Invaders from the Deep (1988).
  164. Henry Peter Gyrich. The character first appears in the comic book Avengers #165 (1977).
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