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  1. Pandora. The character first appears, outside oral tradition, perhaps, in Hesiod's Theogony. Her name is established in Hesiod's Works and Days, both written c. 700 BCE.
  2. Panne. The character first appears, with the Japanese name Velvet, in the video game Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012). Her North American adaptation name, Panne, is established in the North American release (2013).
  3. Pink Panther. The character first appears in the animated opening sequence of the film The Pink Panther (1963).
  4. Panthro. The character first appears in the Thundercats animated series premiere episode "Exodus" (1985).
  5. Ernie "Coach" Pantusso. The character first appears in the Cheers television series pilot episode "Give Me a Ring Sometime" (1982).
  6. Papa Looey. The character first appears in the The Quick Draw McGraw animated series premiere segment "Scary Prairie" (1959).
  7. Papa Smurf. The character first appears in the Johan and Pirlouit comic strip story "The Flute with Six Holes" (1958).
  8. Papyrus. The character first appears in the video game Undertale (2015).
  9. Parademon. The character first appears in the comic book Villains United #1 (2005).
  10. Kenneth Parcell. The character first appears in the 30 Rock television series pilot episode.
  11. May Reilly Parker Jameson. The character first appears in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962). Her maiden name is established in Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #4 (1984).
  12. Dashiell "Dash" Parr. The character first appears in the animated feature film The Incredibles (2004).
  13. Helen Holland Parr/Elastigirl. The character first appears in the animated feature film The Incredibles (2004). Her maiden name is arbitrary.
  14. Robert "Bob" Parr/Mr. Incredible. The character first appears in the animated feature film The Incredibles (2004).
  15. Violet Parr. The character first appears in the animated feature film The Incredibles (2004).
  16. Helga Pataki. The character first appears in the stop motion animated short film Arnold Escapes from Church, featured on the television series Pee-Wee's Playhouse (1988). Her given name is established in another animated short film, retroactively named 24 Hours to Live (1996). Her surname is established in ???
  17. Patamon/Poyomon/Tokomon/Angemon (T.K.'s partner). The character first appears in the Digimon animated series premiere episode "Adrift? The Island of Adventure!" (1999).
  18. Devi Patel. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Spirit Walk, Book One: Old Wounds (2004).
  19. Kumar Patel. The character first appears in the film Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle (2004).
  20. Patroclus. The character first appears, outside oral tradition, apparently in Homer's Iliad (c. 600 BCE).
  21. Michael Paul. The character first appears in the video game Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness (2005).
  22. Pauline Paulino. The character first appears in the arcade video game Donkey Kong (1981). Her given name is established in the Saturday Supercade animated series segment "Mississippi Madness" (1983). Her surname is arbitrary.
  23. Martin "Marty" Pawley. The character first appears in the novel The Searchers (1954).
  24. Reeva Payge/Black Queen. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men Annual #3 (1994).
  25. Martin Payne. The character first appears in the Martin television series pilot episode "Beauty and the Beast" (1992).
  26. William "Will" Payton/Starman. The character first appears in the comic book Starman #1 (1988).
  27. Melora Pazlar. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series episode "Melora" (1993).
  28. Mr. Peabody. The character first appears in the Peabody's Improbable History segment of the Rocky & His Friends animated series (1959).
  29. Sherman Hardrock Peabody. The character first appears in the Peabody's Improbable History segment of the Rocky & His Friends animated series (1959). His birth surname is arbitrary.
  30. Templeton "Face" Peck. The character first appears in the The A-Team television series pilot episode "Mexican Slayride" (1983).
  31. Maximillion Pegasus. The character first appears in the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga chapter, "Duel Sixty: Challenge!!" (1998).
  32. P8 "Patty" Blue. The character first appears in the Star Trek: S.C.E. ebook novella The Belly of the Beast (2000).
  33. Peladon. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "The Curse of Peladon, Episode One" (1972).
  34. Lilo Pelekai. The character first appears in the film Lilo & Stitch (2002).
  35. Nani Pelekai. The character first appears in the film Lilo & Stitch (2002).
  36. Billy Peltzer. The character first appears in the film Gremlins (1984).
  37. Pepita (Peruvian). The character first appears in the novel The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1927).
  38. Pepper/Ms. Pac-Man. The character first appears in the arcade game Ms. Pac-Man (1982). Her given name is established in the Pac-Man animated series premiere episode "Presidential Pac-Nappers" (1982).
  39. Shogun Pepper. The character first appears in the video game Star Fox (1993). His given name is arbitrary.
  40. Percival (knight). The character first appears in the romance Perceval, the Story of the Grail (c. 1175).
  41. Simon Petrikov/Ice King. The character first appears in the animated short film Adventure Time (2006). His real name is established in the episode "Jolly Holly Secrets, Part II" (2011).
  42. Abigail Pettigrew. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "A Christmas Carol" (2010).
  43. Sara Pezzini/Witchblade. The character first appears in the comic book Cyblade/Shi: The Battle for Independents #1 (1995).
  44. Phillie Phanatic. The character first appears on an episode of Captain Noah and His Magical Ark in 1978.
  45. Danielle "Dani" Phantom. The character first appears in the Danny Phantom animated series episode "Kindred Spirits" (2006).
  46. Phantom Stranger. The character first appears in the comic book Phantom Stranger #1 (1952).
  47. Philip (Aurora's beau). The character first appears in the story "The Beauty Sleeping in the Wood" (1697). The name Philip is first used in the animated feature film Sleeping Beauty (1959).
  48. Duke Scabies Phillips. The character first appears in the The Critic animated television series premiere episode (1994). His original surname of Scabies is established in the episode "Dr. Jay" (1994).
  49. Ethyl Hinkelman Phillips. The character first appears in the Dinosaurs television series episode "Hurling Day" (1991).
  50. Pied Piper of Hameln. The character is first referenced, it appears, in stain glass depictions on a church constructed c. 1300.
  51. Anissa Pierce/Thunder. The character first appears in the comic book Outsiders #1 (2003).
  52. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce. The character first appears in the novel MASH: A Novel about Three Army Doctors (1968).
  53. Donald Pierce/White Rook. The character first appears, unnamed, in the comic book X-Men #129 (1980). His name is established in X-Men #132 (1980).
  54. Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning. The character first appears in the comic book Black Lightning #1 (1977).
  55. Jennifer Pierce/Lightning. The character first appears in the comic book Justice Society of America #12 (2008)?
  56. Blacky "Practical" Pig. The character first appears in the story "The Three Pigs", first published as far as this writer can determine, in the anthology Nursery Rhymes of England (1842). His name Blacky comes from another collection including the story, The Green Fairy Book (1892). His nickname, Practical, comes from the Silly Symphonies animated short film The Three Little Pigs (1933).
  57. Browny "Fifer" Pig. The character first appears in the story "The Three Pigs", first published as far as this writer can determine, in the anthology Nursery Rhymes of England (1842). His name Browny comes from another collection including the story, The Green Fairy Book (1892). His nickname, Fifer, comes from the Silly Symphonies animated short film The Three Little Pigs (1933).
  58. Hamton Pig. The character first appears in the Tiny Toon Adventures animated series premiere episode "The Looney Beginning" (1990).
  59. Petunia Pig. The character first appears in the Looney Tunes animated short film Porky's Romance (1937).
  60. Porky Pig. The character first appears in the Merrie Melodies animated short film I Haven't Got a Hat (1935).
  61. Whitey "Fiddler" Pig. The character first appears in the story "The Three Pigs", first published as far as this writer can determine, in the anthology Nursery Rhymes of England (1842). His name Whitey comes from another collection including the story, The Green Fairy Book (1892). His nickname, Fiddler, comes from the Silly Symphonies animated short film The Three Little Pigs (1933).
  62. Piglet (toy). The character first appears in the children's book Winnie-the-Pooh (1926).
  63. Red's Pikachu. The character first appears in the Pokémon animated series premiere episode "Pokémon! I Choose You!" (1997).
  64. Pilot (Moya). The character first appears in the Farscape television series premiere episode "Premiere" (1999).
  65. Ammonia Pine. The character first appears, unnamed, in the Darkwing Duck animated series episode "In Like Blunt" (1991). Her name is established in "Dirty Money" (1991).
  66. Rupert "Danny" Pink. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Into the Dalek" (2014). His given name, Rupert, is established in the episode "Listen" (2014).
  67. Pinky (ghost). The character first appears in the arcade game Pac-Man (1980).
  68. Pinky (mouse). The character first appears in the Animaniacs animated series short segment "The Monkey Song" (1993).
  69. Pinocchio. The character first appears in the novel The Adventures of Pinocchio (1883).
  70. Tio Pio/Uncle Pio. The character first appears in the novel The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1927).
  71. Mark Piper. The character first appears in the Star Trek television series second pilot episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before" (1966).
  72. Pipit. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (2011).
  73. Lucky Piquel. The character first appears in the Bonkers animated series episode "Going Bonkers" (1993).
  74. Pirlouit. The character first appears in the comic strip Johan and Pirlouit (1954).
  75. Philip "Pip" Pirrip. The character first appears in the serialized novel Great Expectations (1860).
  76. Pit (angel). The character first appears in the video game Kid Icarus (1986).
  77. Pjörnrachzarck. The character first appears in the novel The Neverending Story (1979).
  78. Suwan Plan/Jade Claw. The character first appears in the comic book Yellow Claw #1 (1956). She first appears as the Jade Claw in Agents of Atlas #8 (2009).
  79. Plan Tzu/Golden Claw/Yellow Claw. The character first appears in the comic book Yellow Claw #1 (1956). His real name and true villain name are established in ???
  80. Sheldon Plankton. The character first appears in the Spongebob Squarepants animated series episode "Plankton!" (1999).
  81. Thaddeus Platt/Chief. The character first appears in the Get Smart television series debut episode "Mr. Big" (1965). His surname is arbitrary.
  82. Platinum/"Tina" (Magnus). The character first appears in the comic book Showcase #37 (1962).
  83. Kevin Plunder/Ka-Zar. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #10 (1965). His real name is established in Daredevil #13 (1966).
  84. Pluto (dog). The character first appears, unnamed, in the Mickey Mouse animated short film The Chain Gang (1930). He is named Pluto in The Moose Hunt (1931).
  85. Psycho-Man. The character first appears in the comic book Fantastic Four Annual #5 (1967).
  86. Misty's Psyduck. The character first appears in the Pokémon anime episode "[Hypno] and Pokémon Hypnotism!?" (1997).
  87. Meggan Puceneau Braddock. The character first appears in the comic book Might World of Marvel #7 (1983). Her maiden name is revealed in ??? She takes the Braddock surname in Excalibur #125 (1998).
  88. Puck/Owen Burnett/Robin Goodfellow. The character first appears, outside of oral tradition and English folklore, in the play A Midsummer Night's Dream (c. 1593). The Owen Burnett incarnation is first seen in the Gargoyles animated series episode "Awakening: Part Two" (1994). His adopted surname of Burnett is established in "Awakening: Part Three" (1994).
  89. Andrew Pulaski/Apollo. The character first appears in the comic book Stormwatch #4 (1998). His real name is revealed ???
  90. Katherine "Kate" Pulaski. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "The Child" (1988).
  91. Maxwell "Max" Pulaski. The character first appears in the Pokémon anime episode "Touka Gym! Vs. [Vigoroth]!" (2002). His English name is established in the adaptation "There's No Place Like Hoenn" (2003). His full name is arbitrary.
  92. May Pulaski. The character first appears, with her Japanese name of Haruka, in the video games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions (2002). Her dub name May is established in the English release (2003). Her surname is arbitrary.
  93. Norman Pulaski. The character first appears, with his original Japanese name Senri, in the video games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions (2002). His English dub name is established in the English release (2003). His surname is arbitrary.
  94. Pumbaa. The character first appears in the animated film The Lion King (1994).
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