First Appearances N
  1. Nabbit. The character first appears in the video game New Super Mario Bros. U (2012).
  2. Nabooru. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998).
  3. Landi Nace/Canary. The character first appears in the comic book The Legion #35 (2004). Her real name is arbitrary.
  4. Rose Henderson Nadler. The character first appears in the Lost television series pilot episode "Pilot: Part 1" (2004). Her name is established in ???, and her maiden name in ???
  5. Kaworu Nagisa/Tabris/Adam. The character first appears in the Neon Genesis Evangelion animated series episode "The Beginning and the End, or 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door'" (1996).
  6. Nah (daughter of Nowi). The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012).
  7. Jo Nah/Ultra Boy/Emerald Dragon. The character first appears in the comic book Superboy #98 (1962). He first uses the Emerald Dragon identity in ??? The version in this timeline first appears in Legion of Super-Heroes #64 (1995).
  8. Apu Nahasapeemapetilon. The character first appears in the The Simpsons animated series episode "The Telltale Head" (1990).
  9. Tal Nahii/Gas Girl. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #324 (1964). The version appearing primarily in this timeline first appears in Legionnaires #49 (1997).
  10. Skye Nakaiye. The character first appears in the The Puzzle Place television series debut episode "Tippy Woo" (1995).
  11. Mysa Nal/Black Witch/White Witch. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #350 (1966). The version appearing in this timeline first appears in Legion of Super-Heroes #76 (1996).
  12. Nura Schnappin Nal/Dream Girl/Dreamer. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #317 (1964). Her real name is established in Adventure Comics #342 (1966). The primary version appearing in this timeline first appears, as well as her birth surname, Schnappin, is established in Legion of Super-Heroes #84 (1996). She first uses the code-name Dreamer in Legionnaires #43 (1996).
  13. Nala (lion). The character first appears in the animated film The Lion King (1994).
  14. Nami (pirate). The character first appears in the One Piece manga chapter 8: "Introducing Nami" (1997).
  15. Namor/Sub-Mariner. The character first appears in the comic book Marvel Comics #1 (1939).
  16. Namora/Aquaria Neptunia. The character first appears in the comic book Marvel Mystery Comics #82 (1947).
  17. Namorita/Namorita Prentiss. The character first appears in the comic book Sub-Mariner #50 (1972).
  18. Nanna of Thracia. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War (1996).
  19. Nanny Smurf. The character first appears in the The Smurfs animated series episode "Lost Smurf" (1988).
  20. Naoise. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War (1996).
  21. Jack Napier/Joker. The character first appears in the comic book Batman #1 (1940). His real name is established in the film Batman (1989).
  22. Napoleon Bonafrog. The character first appears in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series episode "Invasion of the Punk Frogs" (1988).
  23. Dahai Iohor Naraht. The character first appears in the Star Trek novel My Enemy, My Ally (1984).
  24. Narcian. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002).
  25. Nardole. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "The Husbands of River Song" (2015).
  26. Narya/Anne McKenzie/Snowbird. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #120 (1979). Her birth name, Narya, is established in Alpha Flight #8 (1994).
  27. William "Bill" Nasland/Spirit of '76/Captain America. The character first appears, actually, in the comic book Invaders #14 (1977). He is established to have been Captain America in What If? #4 (1977). Thus, he has a retroactive first appearance in Captain America #49 (1945).
  28. Elektra Natchios. The character first appears in the comic book Daredevil #168 (1981).
  29. Natsilane (hero). The character first appears in Tlingit legends (c. 5000 BCE?).
  30. Sabrina Natsume. The character first appears, under her Japanese name Natsume, in the video games Pokémon Red and Green Versions (1996). She receives the English dub name Sabrina in the English release (where Green is now Blue).
  31. Mr. B Natural/Spirit of Music. The character first appears in the short sponsored film Mr. B Natural (1956).
  32. Navarre. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (1990).
  33. Navi. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998).
  34. Nayru (goddess). The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998).
  35. Alynna Nechayev. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Chain of Command, Part I" (1992).
  36. Neelix. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Voyager television series pilot episode "Caretaker" (1995).
  37. Laura Neilsen/Silver Sorceress. The character first appears in the comic book Justice League of America #87 (1971).
  38. Alice Nelson. The character first appears in the The Brady Bunch television series pilot episode "The Honeymoon" (1969).
  39. Anthony "Tony" Nelson. The character first appears in the I Dream of Jeannie television series pilot episode "The Lady in the Bottle" (1964).
  40. Duncan Nelson. The character first appears in the Total Drama Island animated series debut episode "Not-So Happy Campers, Part 1" (2007). His surname is arbitrary.
  41. Franklin "Foggy" Nelson. The character first appears in the comic book Daredevil #1 (1964).
  42. Greer Grant Nelson/Tigra/The Cat. The character first appears in the comic book The Cat #1 (1972). She first appears as Tigra in Giant-Size Creatures #1 (1974).
  43. Kent Nelson/Dr. Fate. The character first appears in the comic book More Fun Comics #55 (1940).
  44. Michael "Mike" Nelson. The character first appears in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 television series episode Mitchell (1993).
  45. Violet Nelson/Viola Swamp. The character first appears, as Miss Nelson and Viola Swamp, in the children's book Miss Nelson Is Missing (1977). Her given name is arbitrary.
  46. Nemo (clownfish). The character first appears in the animated film Finding Nemo (2003).
  47. Captain Nemo/Prince Dakkar. The character first appears in the novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870). His real name is established in The Mysterious Island (1874).
  48. Neo/Thomas Anderson. The character first appears in the film The Matrix (1999).
  49. Nephrite/Nofal. The character first appears in the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon manga Chapter "Act 3: Rei, Sailor Mars" (1992). His birth name is arbitrary.
  50. Nephthys. The character perhaps first appears in permanent media, apparently in ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts (c. 2400 BCE).
  51. Neptunia (fish woman). The character first appears in the Darkwing Duck animated series episode "Something Fishy" (1991).
  52. Adam Neramani/X-Treme. The character first appears in the comic book X-Force Annual #2 (1993).
  53. Cal'syee Neramani/Deathbird. The character first appears in the comic book Ms. Marvel #9 (1977).
  54. D'Ken Neramani. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #97 (1996).
  55. Lilandra Neramani. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #104 (1977).
  56. Sharra Neramani/Deathcry/Lifecry. The character first appears in the comic book Avengers #363 (1993). Her real name is revealed in Chaos War: Dead Avengers #2 (2011).
  57. Nermal. The character first appears in the Garfield comic strip published September 3, 1979.
  58. Nerthus/Grendel's Mother. The character first "appears" (is attested to) in Tacitus's Germania (c. 100). Her role and pseudo-moniker "Grendel's mother" is probably first used in the epic poem Beowulf (c. 800).
  59. Jason Nesmith. The character first appears in the film Galaxy Quest (1999).
  60. Robert Michael "Mike" Nesmith. Though a historical person, a highly fictionalized version first appears in the The Monkees television series debut episode "Royal Flush" (1966).
  61. James "Jimmy" Neutron. The character first appears in the Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius animated short "Runaway Rocketboy!" (1998).
  62. Norman Newman. The character first appears in the Seinfeld television series episode "The Suicide" (1992). His given name is perhaps established in the episode "The Bottle Deposit" (1996).
  63. Jade Nguyen/Cheshire. The character first appears in the comic book New Teen Titans Annual #2 (1983).
  64. Tina Nguyen. The character first appears in the Ghostwriter episode "Ghost Story, Part 3" (1992).
  65. Lord Nibbler. The character first appears in the Futurama animated series episode "Love's Labours Lost in Space" (1999).
  66. Nightscream. The character first appears in the Beast Machines: Transformers animated series episode "Forbidden Fruit" (1999).
  67. Andreas Nikolas. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Stargazer novel Gauntlet (2002).
  68. Niles of Nohr. The character first appears, as Zero, in the video game Fire Emblem: If (2015). He is first named Niles for the English adaptation (2016).
  69. Nils (manakete). The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade (2003).
  70. Norton Nimnul. The character first appears in the Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers animated series preview episode "Catteries Not Included" (1988). His given name is established in the episode "To the Rescue" (1989).
  71. Nimrod (demigod). The character is apparently first attested to in the Torah book of Genesis, written in antiquity.
  72. Nimue/Lady of the Lake. The character first appears, perhaps, outside oral tradition, in the Lancelot-Grail Cycle (c. 1220).
  73. Nina (daughter of Niles). The character first appears, as Eponine, in the video game Fire Emblem: If (2015). The name Nina is first used in the North American release (2016).
  74. Jahr-Drake Ningle/Shamblor the Undying/Blast Off. The character first appears in Legionnaires #43 (1996). His real name is established in Legionnaires #51 (1997). The Shamblor identity is apocryphal.
  75. Ninian (manakete). The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade (2003).
  76. N'Kano/Vibraxas. The character first appears in the comic book Fantastic Four #391 (1994).
  77. Julius No. The character first appears in the James Bond novel Dr. No (1958).
  78. Noah of Ilia. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade (2002).
  79. Donna Noble. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Doomsday" (2006). Her name is established in the episode "The Runaway Bride" (2006).
  80. Noctis Lucis Caelum. The character first appears in the video game Final Fantasy XV (2016).
  81. Nog. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series pilot episode "Emissary" (1993).
  82. Heihachiro Nogura. The character first appears in the novelization of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979).
  83. Noh-Varr/Marvel Boy/Captain Marvel/Protector. The character first appears in the comic book Marvel Boy #1 (2000). He first appears as Captain Marvel in Dark Avengers #1 (2009) and Protector in ???
  84. Noire (daughter of Tharja). The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012).
  85. Nokkar. The character first appears in the Gargoyles animated series episode "Sentinel" (1996).
  86. Andrew "Andy" Nolan/Ferro. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #346 (1966). His real name is established in Adventure Comics #354 (1967). A version of the character first adopts the Ferro moniker in Legion of Super-Heroes #41 (1993). The version appearing primarily in this timeline first appears in Adventures of Superman #540 (1996).
  87. Douglas "Dougie" Nolan/Shrill/Ingot. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #354 (1967). The version appearing in this timeline first appears in Adventures of Superman #540 (1996). He adopts the code-name Ingot in Legion of Super-Heroes #93 (1997). The Shrill code-name is apocryphal.
  88. Nommo Badewa/Doctor Mist. The character first appears in the comic book Super Friends #12 (1978).
  89. Hedwing Nonnick/Konk. The character first appears in the comic book Legion of Super-Heroes #82 (1996). Her real name is arbitrary.
  90. Tom Nook. The character first appears in the video game Animal Forest (2001).
  91. Ilshu Nor/Beast Boy. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #324 (1964). The version that appears primarily in this timeline first appears in Legionnaires #49 (1997).
  92. Christoph Nord/David North/Maverick/Agent Zero. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #5 (1991). He first appears as Agent Zero in Weapon X: The Draft: Agent Zero #1 (2002).
  93. Petra Nord. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men: Deadly Genesis #1 (2006). Her surname is arbitrary.
  94. Lyle Norg/Invisible Kid. The character first appears in the comic book Action Comics #267 (1960). His real name is revealed in Adventure Comics #338 (1966). The version appearing primarily in this timeline first appears in Legionnaires #0 (1994).
  95. Nori (dwarf). The character first appears in the novel The Hobbit (1937).
  96. Norne of Altea. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon (2008).
  97. Edward "Ed" Norton. The character first appears in the Cavalcade of Stars sketch The Honeymooners: "The New Television Set" (1951).
  98. Thelma "Trixie" Randolph Norton. The character first appears in the Cavalcade of Stars sketch The Honeymooners: "The New Television Set" (1951). Her maiden name is arbitrary.
  99. Miho Nosaka. The character first appears in the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga "Duel Seven: The Face of Truth" published in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine (1996).
  100. Nowi. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012).
  101. Duke Nukem. The character first appears in the video game Duke Nukem (1991).
  102. Number One/Una. The character first appears in the Star Trek television series episode "The Menagerie, Part I" (1967), but was created for the original pilot, "The Cage" (1965), which first aired in 1988. Her "real name" is established in the Star Trek: Legacies novel Captain to Captain (2016).
  103. Nien Nunb. The character first appears in the film Return of the Jedi (1983).
  104. Maria Nuñez. The character first appears in the musical stage play West Side Story (1957).
  105. En Sabah Nur/Apocalypse. The character first appears in the comic book X-Factor #5 (1986). His real name is established in X-Force #37 (1994).
  106. Nyeun Chun Ti/Persuader. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #352 (1967). The incarnation primarily used in this timeline first appears in Legion of Super-Heroes #78 (1996). His real name is established ???.
  107. Nyeun Lialla/Blade Maiden. The character first appears in the comic book The Legion #35 (2004). Her surname and code-name are arbitrary/apocryphal.
  108. Edward Nygma/Riddler. The character first appears in the comic book Detective Comics #140 (1948).
  109. Rose Kerklavoner Lindstrom Nylund. The character first appears in the The Golden Girls television series pilot episode "The Engagement" (1985).
  110. Nyssa of Traken. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "The Keeper of Traken, Part One" (1981).
  111. Nyx of Nohr. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: If (2015).
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