First Appearances T
  1. Ayumi Tachibana. The character first appears in the video game Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir (1988).
  2. Mimi Tachikawa. The character first appears in the anime feature film Digimon Adventure (1999).
  3. Eugene Tackleberry. The character first appears in the film Police Academy (1984).
  4. Tael. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (2000).
  5. Tagomi Nobusuke. The character first appears in the novel The Man in the High Castle (1962).
  6. Charles "Chuck" Taine. The character first appears, as Bouncing Boy, in the comic book Action Comics #276 (1961). His real name is revealed in Adventure Comics #301 (1962). The version in this timeline first appears in Legion of Super-Heroes #76 (1996).
  7. Mitsumo "Arnold" Takahashi. The character first appears in the Happy Days television series episode "Fearless Fonzarelli: Part I" (1975).
  8. Takeru "T.K." Ishida Takaishi. The character first appears in the anime feature film Digimon Adventure (1999). His nickname comes from the English language dub version of the anime Digimon in the episode "And so it begins…" (1999).
  9. Takamaru. The character first appears in the video game The Mysterious Murasame Castle (1986).
  10. Sora Takenouchi. The character first appears in the anime feature film Digimon Adventure (1999).
  11. Takumi of Hoshido. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: If (2015).
  12. Talia/Talia al Ghul/Talia Head. The character first appears in the comic book Detective Comics #411 (1971).
  13. River Tam. The character first appears in the Firefly television series pilot episode "Serenity" (2002).
  14. Simon Tam. The character first appears in the Firefly television series pilot episode "Serenity" (2002).
  15. Taneleer Tivan/Collector. The character first appears in the comic book Avengers #28 (1966).
  16. Tangle the Lemur. The character first appears in the comic book Sonic the Hedgehog #4 (2018).
  17. Biff Tannen. The character first appears in the film Back to the Future (1985).
  18. Buford Tannen. The character first appears in the film Back to the Future Part III (1989).
  19. Daniel "Danny" Tanner. The character first appears in the Full House television series pilot episode "Our Very First Show" (1987).
  20. Donna Jo "D.J." Tanner Fuller. The character first appears in the Full House television series pilot episode "Our Very First Show" (1987). She is established to have married and taken the Fuller name in the premiere episode of Fuller House "Our Very First Show, Again" (2016).
  21. Michelle Tanner. The character first appears in the Full House television series pilot episode "Our Very First Show" (1987).
  22. Phyllis Tanner/Bombshell. The character first appears in the comic book Spyboy #1 (1999). Her real name is revealed ???
  23. Stephanie Tanner. The character first appears in the Full House television series pilot episode "Our Very First Show" (1987).
  24. William "Willie" Tanner. The character first appears in the ALF television series pilot episode "A.L.F." (1986). His alternate identity, as real life politician Joe Lieberman, is apocryphal.
  25. Tao (cat). The character first appears in the novel The Incredible Journey (1961).
  26. Taran'atar. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel Avatar, Book Two (2001).
  27. Tarantulas/Tormentulus. The character first appears in the Beast Wars: Transformers animated series premiere episode "Beast Wars (Part 1)" (1996). The earlier name is apocryphal.
  28. Tarene/Thor Girl/Asgardian. The character first appears in the comic book Thor #22 (2000). The Asgardian code-name is apocryphal.
  29. Wilhuff Tarkin. The character technically first appears in the novelization Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker (1976), but more commonly is considered to first appear in the film Star Wars (1977). His given name Wilhuff is established in the CD-ROM Star Wars Screen Entertainment (1994).
  30. George Tarleton/MODOK. The character first appears in the comic book Tales of Suspense #93 (1967). His real name is revealed in ???
  31. Pantyhose Taro. The character first appears in the Ranma 1/2 manga Chapter 180: "Spring Demon" (1991).
  32. Tars Tarkas. The character first appears in the novel A Princess of Mars, serialized in All-Story magazine (1912).
  33. Simon Tarses. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "The Drumhead" (1991).
  34. Rod Tartaglia. The character first appears in the musical stage play Avenue Q (2003). His surname is arbitrary.
  35. Dee Dee Tartakovsky. The character first appears in the Dexter's Laboratory animated series pilot short "Changes" (1995). Her surname is arbitrary.
  36. Dexter Tartakovsky. The character first appears in the Dexter's Laboratory animated series pilot short "Changes" (1995). His surname is arbitrary.
  37. Tarzan/John Clayton III. The character first appears in the novel Tarzan of the Apes, first published in the magazine All-Story Magazine (1912). His birth name is established in Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle (1927).
  38. Tashana/Lady Quark. The character first appears in the comic book Crisis on Infinite Earths #4 (1985).
  39. Theodore "Taz" Tasmanian Devil. The character first appears in the Looney Tunes animated short film Devil May Hare (1954). His given name is established in the animated series Wabbit (2015).
  40. Tatl. The character first appears in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (2000).
  41. Toshishiro Tatsu. The character first appears in the film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990). His given name is arbitrary.
  42. Tattoo (aide). The character first appears in the Fantasy Island broadcast television movie (1977).
  43. Taurik. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "Lower Decks" (1994).
  44. Andrew "Andy" Taylor. The character first appears in the The Andy Griffith Show television series pilot episode "The New Housekeeper" (1960).
  45. Beatrice "Bee" Taylor. The character first appears in the The Andy Griffith Show television series pilot episode "The New Housekeeper" (1960).
  46. Brittany Taylor. The character first appears in the Daria animated series premiere episode "Esteemsters" (1997).
  47. Carin Taylor/Velocity. The character first appears in the comic book Cyberforce #1 (1992).
  48. Dan Taylor. The character first appears in the novel Forrest Gump (1986).
  49. Donyell Taylor/Bandit/Night Thrasher. The character first appears in the comic book Night Thrasher #3 (1993).
  50. Dwayne Taylor/Night Thrasher. The character first appears in the comic book Thor #411 (1989).
  51. Gillian Taylor. The character first appears in the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986).
  52. Kelly Taylor. The character first appears in the Beverly Hills 90210 television series pilot episode "Class of Beverly Hills" (1990).
  53. Opie Taylor. The character first appears in the The Andy Griffith Show television series pilot episode "The New Housekeeper" (1960).
  54. Steven Taylor (companion). The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "The Planet of Decision" (1965).
  55. Tristan Taylor. The character first appears, with the original Japanese name of Hiroto Honda, in the Yu-Gi-Oh! debut manga chapter, "Duel One: Puzzle of the Gods", published in Shonen Jump magazine #42 (1996). His dub name comes from the English adaptation of the anime series premiere episode "Heart of the Cards" (2001).
  56. Zack Taylor/Black Ranger. The character first appears in the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers premiere episode "The Day of the Dumpster" (1993).
  57. T-Bob.The character first appears in the M.A.S.K. animated series debut episode "The Deathstone" (1985).
  58. T'Challa/Black Panther. The character first appears in the comic book Fantastic Four #52 (1966).
  59. Sev Tcheru/Selection/Evolvo. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #324 (1964). The version in this timeline, introduced as Evolvo, first appears in Legion of Super-Heroes #64 (1995). The later Selection code-name is apocryphal.
  60. Technical Boy. The character first appears in the novel American Gods (2001).
  61. Teela. The character first appears in mini-comics packaged with Masters of the Universe series 1 action figures (1982).
  62. Teela Na/The Sorceress/Zoar. The character first appears in mini-comics packaged with Masters of the Universe series 1 action figures (1982).
  63. Harold Teen. The character first appears in the The Love Life of Harold Teen comic strip published in the Chicago Tribune in 1919.
  64. Harcourt Teesdale/Arcade. The character first appears in the comic book Marvel Team-Up #65 (1978). His real name is established in Age of X: Alpha #1 (2011).
  65. Television "Telly" Monster. The character first appears in Episode #1257 of the television series Sesame Street (1979).
  66. Claire Temple. The character first appears in the comic book Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #2 (1972).
  67. Akane Tendo. The character first appears in the Ranma 1/2 manga Chapter 1: "Here's Ranma" (1987).
  68. Kasumi Tendo. The character first appears in the Ranma 1/2 manga Chapter 1: "Here's Ranma" (1987).
  69. Nabiki Tendo. The character first appears in the Ranma 1/2 manga Chapter 1: "Here's Ranma" (1987).
  70. Soun Tendo. The character first appears in the Ranma 1/2 manga Chapter 1: "Here's Ranma" (1987).
  71. Prynn Tenmei. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel Avatar, Book One (2001).
  72. Haruka "Amara" Tenoh/Sailor Uranus. The character first appears in the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon manga chapter "Act 26: Infinity 3: Two New Soldiers" (1994). The character's dub given (nick-) name is established in the episode "Driving Dangerously" (2000).
  73. Benjamin "Ben" Tennyson/Ben Ten. The character first appears in the Ben 10 animated series premiere episode "And Then There Were Ten" (2005).
  74. Gwendolyn "Gwen" Tennyson. The character first appears in the Ben 10 animated series premiere episode "And Then There Were Ten" (2005).
  75. Maxwell "Max" Tennyson. The character first appears in the Ben 10 animated series premiere episode "And Then There Were Ten" (2005).
  76. Squidward Tentacles. The character first appears in the Spongebob Squarepants animated series premiere episode "Help Wanted" (1999).
  77. Tentomon/Pabumon/Motimon/Kabuterimon (Izzy's partner). The character first appears in the Digimon anime premiere episode "Adrift? The Island of Adventure!" (1999).
  78. Adrianna Tereshkova/Void. The character first appears in the comic book WildC.A.T.s #1 (1992).
  79. Terl (Psychlo). The character first appears in the novel Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 (1982).
  80. The Terminator (hero). The character first appears in the film Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991).
  81. Clark Terrell. The character first appears in the film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982).
  82. Langford "Happy" Terrill/The Ray/Neon. The character first appears in the comic book Smash Comics #14 (1940).
  83. Raymond "Ray" Terrill/The Ray. The character first appears in the comic book The Ray #1 (1992).
  84. Terrorsaur/Terrorswoop. The character first appears in the Beast Wars: Transformers animated series premiere episode "Beast Wars (Part 1)" (1996). The earlier name is arbitrary.
  85. Tessa/Sage. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #132 (1980). She first appears as Sage in X-Men #109 (2001).
  86. Jervis Tetch/Mad Hatter. The character first appears in the comic book Batman #49 (1948).
  87. Tetsu Ushio. The character first appears in the Yu-Gi-Oh! debut manga chapter, "Duel One: Puzzle of the Gods", published in Shonen Jump magazine #42 (1996).
  88. Mor glasch Tev. The character first appears in the Star Trek: S.C.E. ebook novella Aftermath (2003).
  89. Thailog. The character first appears in the Gargoyles animated series episode "Double Jeopardy" (1995).
  90. Thanos. The character first appears in the comic book Iron Man #55 (1973).
  91. Tharja/Rhajat. The character first appears, as Sallya, in the video game Fire Emblem: Awakening (2012). She receives the name Tharja in the North American adaptation (2013). The Rhajat incarnation first appears in Fire Emblem: If (2015), with the Rhajat name established in that game's North American release as Fire Emblem: Fates (2016).
  92. T.H.A.R.O.K./Tharok. The character first appears in Adventure Comics #352 (1967). The incarnation primarily used in this timeline first appears in Legionnaires #35 (1996). His real name is arbitrary.
  93. Eobard Thawne/Zoom/Reverse-Flash. The character first appears in the comic book The Flash #139 (1963).
  94. Malcolm Thawne/Cobalt Blue. The character first appears in the comic book Speed Force #1 (1997).
  95. Meloni Thawne. The character first appears in the comic book Legion of Super-Heroes Annual #6 (1995). Her given name is established in Impulse #24 (1997), and her surname in Impulse #25 (1997).
  96. Thaddeus Thawne/Zoom. The character first appears in the comic book Impulse #25 (1997). The later Zoom identity is apocryphal.
  97. Thaddeus "Tad" Thawne Jr./Inertia. The character first appears in the comic book Impulse #50 (1999).
  98. Theopolis (A.I.). The character first appears in the film Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
  99. Theseus (hero). The character is attested to in surviving fragments from as early as the 5th century BCE.
  100. Thing Thing. The character first appears in a cartoon in the magazine The New Yorker (1954).
  101. Elliott Thomas. The character first appears in the film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982). His surname is arbitrary.
  102. Everett Thomas/Synch. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #36 (1994).
  103. Noah Thomas. The character first appears in the Total Drama Island animated series premiere episode "Not-So Happy Campers, Part 1" (2007). His surname is arbitrary.
  104. Odd Thomas. The character first appears in the novel Odd Thomas (2003).
  105. Thomas the Tank Engine. The character first appears in the children's book Thomas the Tank Engine (1946).
  106. Leslie "Lee" Thompkins. The character first appears in the comic book Detective Comics #457 (1976).
  107. Eugene "Flash" Thompson/Venom. The character first appears in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962). His given name is established in Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #3 (1981). He first appears as Venom in Amazing Spider-Man #654 (2011).
  108. Kevin Thompson. The character first appears in the Daria animated series premiere episode "Esteemsters" (1997).
  109. Nancy Thompson. The character first appears in the film A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
  110. Thor Odinson. The character may first appear as "Hercules" in Tacitus's Germania (c. 100). The earliest surviving direct mention of the character is an inscription on a piece of jewelry known as the Nordendorf Fibula, dating to c. 600.
  111. Thorin Oakenshield. The character first appears in the novel The Hobbit (1937).
  112. Damien Thorn. The character first appears in the film The Omen (1976).
  113. Christopher "Chris" Thorndyke. The character first appears in the Sonic X anime debut episode "Chaos Control Freaks" (2003).
  114. Alexander "Alec" Thorne/Smart Alec. The character first appears in the comic book Alpha Flight #7 (1994).
  115. Holly Thorne. The character first appears in the novel Cold Fire (1991).
  116. Thoth. The character first appears, perhaps in hieroglyphs dating back to Pyramid Texts (c. 2400 BCE).
  117. Kara Thrace/Starbuck. The character first appears in the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries (2003).
  118. Thulsa Doom. The character first appears in the short story "The Cat and the Skull" (1967).
  119. Thumper (rabbit). The character's original incarnation, Friend Hare, first appears in the novel Bambi, a Life in the Forest (1923). Thumper fully realized first appears in the animated film Bambi (1942).
  120. John "Johnny" Thunder. The character first appears in the comic book Flash Comics #1 (1940).
  121. Thundra. The character first appears in the comic book Fantastic Four #129 (1972).
  122. Nathan Thurm. The character first appears in comedy sketches on the television show SCTV (c. 1984).
  123. Neena Thurman/Domino. The character first appears in the comic book X-Force #8 (1992). Her real name is revealed in ???
  124. Elvin Tibideaux. The character first appears in the The Cosby Show television series episode "Cliff in Love" (1985).
  125. Rose Tico. The character first appears in the film Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (2017).
  126. Tidus of Zanarkand. The character first appears in the video game Final Fantasy X (2001).
  127. Tiff (Ebrumite). The character first appears, with the Japanese name of Fumu, in the Kirby of the Stars anime premiere "He's Here!" The Pink Visitor" (2001). She receives the dub name Tiff in the adaptation series Kirby: Right Back at Ya! premiere episode "Kirby Comes to Cappy Town" (2002).
  128. Ezri Tigan Dax. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series episode "Image in the Sand" (1998). Her surname is established in "Shadows and Symbols" (1998).
  129. Tigatron. The character first appears in the Beast Wars: Transformers animated series episode "Fallen Comrades" (1996).
  130. Tiger Lily. The character first appears in the stage play Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up (1904).
  131. Daniel Tiger. The character first appears in the television series The Children's Corner (c. 1954).
  132. Daniel Tiger Jr. The character first appears in the Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood animated series premiere segment "Daniel's Birthday" (2012).
  133. Tigger. The character first appears in the children's book The House at Pooh Corner (1928).
  134. Tigh. The character first appears in the Battlestar Galactica television series pilot episode "Saga of a Star World" (1978).
  135. Ellen Cavil Tigh. The character first appears in the Battlestar Galactica television series episode "Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down" (2004). Her maiden name is established in the comic book Battlestar Galactica: The Final Five #3 (2009).
  136. Saul Tigh. The character first appears in the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries (2003).
  137. Tiki (manakete). The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (1990).
  138. Sylvia Tilly. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Discovery television series premiere episode "The Vulcan Hello" (2017).
  139. Time Trapper/Pol Krinn. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #318 (1964). The Pol Krinn identity is apocryphal.
  140. Timon. The character first appears in the animated film The Lion King (1994).
  141. Tin (Magnus). The character first appears in the comic book Showcase #37 (1962).
  142. Tingle. The character, in his earliest known incarnation, first appears in the game The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (2000).
  143. Tinker Bell. The character first appears in the stage play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up (1904).
  144. Phil Tinker Jr. The character first appears in the Speed Buggy animated series premiere episode "Speed Buggy Went That-a-Way" (1973). His given name and suffix are arbitrary.
  145. Tinky Winky. The character first appears in the Teletubbies debut episode "Ned's Good Bike" (1997).
  146. Dawn Tinsley. The character first appears in "Downsize", the pilot episode of the The Office television series (2001).
  147. Paul Tintin. The character first appears in the comic strip story "Tintin in the Land of the Soviets", published in the newspaper supplement Le Petit Vingtième (1929). His given name is arbitrary.
  148. Titania (Fey). The character, though based on generic fairy queen characters, first appears in the stage play A Midsummer Night's Dream (c. 1590).
  149. Titania (Greil Mercenary). The character first appears, as Tiamut, in the video game Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance (2005). She first appears as Titania in the North American release (2015).
  150. Toad (retainer). The character first appears in the video game Super Mario Bros. (1985) as a Mushroom Retainer. He is named "Toad" in the American game Super Mario Bros. 2 (1988).
  151. John Thaddeus Toad. The character first appears, as simply Mr. Toad, in the children's novel The Wind in the Willows (1908). His first initial and middle name are established in the animated film The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949). His full first name is arbitrary.
  152. Slippy Toad. The character first appears in the video game Star Fox (1993).
  153. Toadette. The character first appears in the video game Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003).
  154. Peach Toadstool. The character first appears in the video game Super Mario Bros. (1985). Her surname, Toadstool, is established in the English port of the game (1985).
  155. Tania Tobias. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation novella Starfleet Academy #1: Worf's First Adventure (1993).
  156. Tobin of Zofia. The character first appears, as Robin, in the video game Fire Emblem: Gaiden (1992). He is first named Tobin in the English adaptation of the game Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia (2017).
  157. William Tockman/Clock King. The character first appears in the comic book World's Finest Comics #111 (1960).
  158. Jason Todd/Robin/Red Hood. A version of the character first appears in the comic book Batman #357 (1983). This version first appears as Robin in Batman #366 (1983).
  159. Ono Tofu. The character first appears in the Ranma 1/2 manga Chapter 3: "I Hate Men!" (1987).
  160. Tokka. The character first appears in the film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze (1991).
  161. Tom/Guardian. The character first appears in the Gargoyles animated series premiere episode "Awakening: Part One" (1994). He adopts the title Guardian in ???
  162. Mikaal Tomas/Starman. The character first appears in the comic book 1st Issue Special#12 (1976).
  163. Adrianna Tomaz/Isis. The character first appears in the Isis television series pilot episode "The Lights of Mystery Mountain" (1975). The Adrianna Tomaz incarnation of the character first appears in the comic book 52 #3 (2006).
  164. Amon Tomaz/Osiris. The character first appears in the comic book 52 #23 (2006).
  165. Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn. The character first appears in the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon manga chapter "Act 24: Infinity 1, Premonition" (1994). She first appears as Sailor Saturn in the manga chapter "Act 30: Infinity 10: Infinite" (1995).
  166. Tony the Tiger. The character first appears in advertising for Kellogg's Frosted Flakes (1951).
  167. Peregrin "Pippin" Took. The character first appears in the The Lord of the Rings novel The Fellowship of the Ring (1954).
  168. Adrian Toomes/Vulture. The character first appears in the comic book Amazing Spider-Man #2 (1963).
  169. Toonces. The character first appears on a sketch on the Saturday Night Live comedy anthology television series.
  170. Toothiana/Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy character is from folklore, dating back to at least 1908. The Toothiana version debuts in the children's book The Man in the Moon (2011).
  171. Toq. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "Birthright, Part II" (1993).
  172. Tora Ziyal. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine television series episode "Indiscretion" (1995).
  173. Dominic "Dom" Toretto. The character first appears in the film The Fast and the Furious (2001).
  174. Roger Torgo. The character first appears in the film Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966). His given name is arbitrary, based on a joke on the television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1993).
  175. Toriel. The character first appears in the video game Undertale (2015).
  176. Toriko. The character first appears in the Toriko manga serialized "pilot" in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine (2002).
  177. Peter Tork/Peter Thorkelson. Though a historical person, a highly fictionalized version first appears in the The Monkees television series debut episode "Royal Flush" (1966).
  178. Deen Toro/Retro. The character first appears in the comic book The Legion #25 (2003).
  179. B'Elanna Torres. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Voyager television series pilot episode "Caretaker" (1995).
  180. Toto (dog). The character first appears in the novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900).
  181. Toucan Sam. The character first appears in advertising for Kellogg's Froot Loops (1963).
  182. Jeffrey "Jazz" Townes. The character first appears in the The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air television series episode "Ashley Bang the Drums" (1990). His full name is arbitrary.
  183. Charles "Charlie" Townsend. The character first appears in the broadcast pilot film Charlie's Angels (1976).
  184. Joshua "Josh" Townsend. The character first appears in the Sarah Jane Smith audio drama Comeback (2002).
  185. Stacy Townsend. The character first appears in the Doctor Who comic strip story "Dreadnought", printed in Radio Times magazine (1996).
  186. Mortimer Toynbee/Toad. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #4 (1964). His real name is revealed in The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #2 (1983).
  187. Richard "Richie"/"Rich" Tozier. The character first appears in the novel IT (1986).
  188. T'Pau. The character first appears in the Star Trek television series episode "Amok Time" (1967).
  189. T'Pol. The character first appears in the Enterprise television series pilot episode "Broken Bow" (2001).
  190. T'Priell/Selke. The character first appears in the comic book Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #1 (1996).
  191. T'Prynn. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel Mission Gamma: Lesser Evil (2002).
  192. Traag. The character first appears in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series episode "Hotrodding Teenagers from Dimension X" (1987).
  193. Dick Tracy. The character first appears in the Dick Tracy comic strip published in the Chicago Tribune in 1931.
  194. Arthur Tragg. The character first appears in the Perry Mason novel The Case of the Silent Partner (1940).
  195. Lawrence "Larry" Trainor/Negative Man. The character first appears in the comic book My Greatest Adventure #80 (1963).
  196. Matt Trakker. The character first appears, in a narrative medium, in the M.A.S.K. animated series debut episode "The Deathstone" (1985).
  197. Scott Trakker. The character first appears in the M.A.S.K. animated series debut episode "The Deathstone" (1985).
  198. Bolivar Trask. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #14 (1965).
  199. Lawrence "Larry" Trask. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #57 (1969).
  200. Anne Travers. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "The Web of Fear, Episode One" (1968).
  201. Lee Travis/Crimson Avenger. The character first appears in the comic book Detective Comics #20 (1938).
  202. Trec of Ilia. The character first appears in the video game Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade (2002).
  203. Trekkie Monster. The character first appears in the musical stage play Avenue Q (2003).
  204. Roy Trenneman. The character first appears in the The IT Crowd television series pilot episode "Yesterday's Jam" (2006). His surname is established in the episode "Something Happened" (2010).
  205. Lucas Trent/Midnighter. The character first appears in the comic book Stormwatch #4 (1998). His real name is revealed ???
  206. Hippolyta "Lyta" Trevor-Hall/Fury. The character first appears in the comic book Wonder Woman #300 (1983). She changed her name to Trevor-Hall upon marrying in ???
  207. Steven "Steve" Trevor. The character first appears in the comic book All-Star Comics #8 (1941).
  208. Joseph "Joey" Tribbiani Jr. The character first appears in the Friends television series pilot episode (1994).
  209. Tricks/Trix Rabbit. The character first appears in advertising for General Mills' Trix cereal (1959).
  210. Tricky (triceratops). The character first appears in the video game Star Fox Adventures (2002).
  211. Trinity (Matrix). The character first appears in the film The Matrix (1999).
  212. Jack Tripper. The character first appears in the Three's Company television series pilot episode "Man About the House" (1977).
  213. Triton (god). The character first appears, perhaps, outside oral tradition, in Hesiod's Theogony (c. 600 BCE).
  214. Triton (Inhuman). The character first appears in the comic book Fantastic Four #45 (1965).
  215. Deanna Troi. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation pilot episode "Encounter at Farpoint" (1987).
  216. Ian Andrew Troi. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "Dark Page" (1993).
  217. Lwaxana Troi. The character first appears in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series episode "Haven" (1987).
  218. Troilus. The character first appears, perhaps outside oral tradition, in Homer's Iliad (c. 700 BCE).
  219. Laurie Tromette/Transonic. The character first appears in the comic book Uncanny X-Men #526 (2010).
  220. Tron. The character first appears in the film Tron (1982).
  221. James Trotter. The character first appears in the children's book James and the Giant Peach (1961).
  222. Troy/"Boxey". The character first appears, as Boxey, in the Battlestar Galactica television series pilot episode "Saga of a Star World" (1978).
  223. Donna Troy/Troia/Wonder Girl. The character first appears, as Wonder Girl, in the comic book The Brave and the Bold #60 (1965).
  224. Harrison Trunk. The character first appears in the Sledge Hammer! television series pilot episode "Under the Gun" (1986). His given name is arbitrary.
  225. Fey Truscott-Sade/Feyde. The character first appears in the comic strip story "Tooth and Claw" beginning in Doctor Who Magazine #257 (1997). She becomes Feyde upon merging with the automaton Shayde in ???
  226. Tryco Slatterus/Champion. The character first appears in the comic book Marvel Two-in-One Annual #7 (1982).
  227. Usagi "Serena" Tsukino/Serenity II/Sailor Moon. The character first appears in the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon manga chapter "Act 1: Usagi, Sailor Moon" (1992). Her English dub nickname Serena is established in the adapted episode "A Moon Star Is Born" (1995).
  228. Shang Tsung. The character first appears in the arcade video game Mortal Kombat (1992).
  229. Sheila Tubman. The character first appears in the children's book Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (1972).
  230. Charles "Trip" Tucker III. The character first appears in the Enterprise television series pilot episode "Broken Bow" (2001).
  231. Heather Tucker/Tempo. The character first appears in the comic book New Mutants #86 (1990). Her surname is implied in X-Factor #78 (1992), and her full name established in X-Force #26 (1993).
  232. Tuff (Ebrumite). The character first appears, with the Japanese name of Bun, in the Kirby of the Stars anime premiere "He's Here!" The Pink Visitor" (2001). He receives the dub name Tuff in the adaptation series Kirby: Right Back at Ya! premiere episode "Kirby Comes to Cappy Town" (2002).
  233. Katma Tui. The character first appears in the comic book Green Lantern #30 (1964).
  234. Tula/Aquagirl. The character first appears in the comic book Aquaman #33 (1967).
  235. Tula II/Aquagirl/Aquawoman. The character first appears in the comic book Kingdom Come #3 (1996). The later Aquawoman code-name is apocryphal.
  236. Tummi Gummi. The character first appears in the Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears animated series premiere episode "A New Beginning" (1985).
  237. Eko Tunde. The character first appears in the Lost television series episode "Adrift" (2005). His surname is implied in the episode "The 23rd Psalm" (2006).
  238. Cheryl "Carol" Tunt. The character first appears in the Archer animated series premiere episode "Mole Hunt" (2009).
  239. Turanga Leela. The character first appears in the Futurama animated television series premiere episode "Space Pilot 3000" (1999). Her surname is established in ???
  240. Vislor Turlough. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Mawdryn Undead, Part One" (1983). His given name is established in "Planet of Fire" (1984).
  241. Ben Turner/Bronze Tiger. The character first appears in the novel Dragon's Fists (1974).
  242. Edwin Turner. The character first appears in the Doctor Who short story anthology Short Trips story "Old Flames" (1998). His given name is established in the Iris Wildthyme audio drama Comeback of the Scorchies (2015).
  243. Roxanne Turner. The character first appears in the St. Elsewhere television series episode "Remembrance of Things Past" (1985).
  244. Timothy "Timmy" Turner. The character first appears in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons animated short "The Fairly OddParents!" (1998).
  245. William "Will" Turner Jr. The character first appears in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl (2003).
  246. Daniel "Dan"/"Terrible" Turpin. The character first appears, as "Brooklyn", in Detective Comics #64 (1942). His name is revealed in New Gods #5 (1971).
  247. Lisa Turtle. The character first appears in the Good Morning, Miss Bliss television series premiere episode "Summer Love" (1988).
  248. Kenneth Tuskernini. The character first appears in the Darkwing Duck animated series episode "By Any Other Name" (1991). His given name is arbitrary.
  249. Tuvok. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Voyager television series pilot episode "Caretaker" (1995).
  250. Twiki. The character first appears in the film Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
  251. Oliver Twist. The character first appears in the serialized novel Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress (1837).
  252. Lillian "Mammy" Twoshoes. The character first appears, as "Mammy Two Shoes", in the animated short film Puss Gets the Boot (1940). Her given name is arbitrary. An extremely similar character with the same name of Mammy Twoshoes appears in the earlier short The Three Orphan Kittens (1935).
  253. Elizabeth Twoyoungmen/Talisman. The character first appears in the comic book Alpha Flight #5 (1979).
  254. Michael Twoyoungmen/Shaman/Talisman. The character first appears in the comic book X-Men #120 (1979). He first appears as Talisman in ???
  255. Tygra. The character first appears in the Thundercats animated series premiere episode "Exodus" (1985).
  256. Ash Tyler/Voq. The character first appears in the Star Trek: Discovery episode "Choose Your Pain" (2017).
  257. Delilah "Dee" Tyler/Phantom Lady. The character first appears in the comic book Action Comics Weekly #636 (1989).
  258. Jacqueline "Jackie" Prentice Tyler. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Rose" (2005).
  259. José Tyler. The character first appears in the Star Trek television series episode "The Menagerie, Part I" (1967), though he was created for the original pilot episode "The Cage" (1965), which did not air until 1988.
  260. Matthew Tyler/Hourman. The character first appears in the comic book JLA #12 (1997).
  261. Rex Tyler/Hourman. The character first appears in the comic book Adventure Comics #48 (1940).
  262. Richard "Rick" Tyler/Hourman. The character first appears in the comic book Infinity Inc. #20 (1985). He debuts as Hourman in Infinity Inc. #21 (1985).
  263. Rose Tyler. The character first appears in the Doctor Who television series episode "Rose" (2005).
  264. Justy Tylor. The character first appears in the The Most Irresponsible Man in Space light novel The Irresponsible Captain Tylor (1989).
  265. Tyrant. The character first appears in the comic book Silver Surfer #81 (1993).
  266. Galen Tyrol. The character first appears in the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries (2003).
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