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The Biowars List of Comic Book Character Nationalities

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While it’s true that the majority of comic book characters we’ve come to love are born-and-bred Americans, many have distinct nationalities that color both their powers and their story arcs. We dove into the histories of every major comic book chracters who’ve come from lands both near and distant. Check out your favorite character’s nationality below.

Dutch Comic Book Characters

  • Klaus Voorhees
  • Ulysses Klaw

Brazilian Comic Book Characters

  • Roberto da Costa

Latvian Comic Book Characters

  • Victor von Doom
  • Sophie von Doom

British Comic Book Characters

  • Wade Wilson
  • Charles Xavier II
  • Celeste Cuckoo
  • Elizabeth Braddock

Japanese Comic Book Characters

  • Yukio
  • Yuriko Oyama

German Comic Book Characters

  • Kurt Wagner
  • Otto Octavius

Russian Comic Book Characters

  • Natalia Romanova
  • Piotr Rasputin
  • Illyana Rasputina

Chinese Comic Book Characters

  • Kuan-Yin Xorn
  • Mandarin
  • Tommy Ng

French Comic Book Characters

  • Monet St. Croix
  • Adamantine

Scottish Comic Book Characters

  • David Haller
  • Moria MacTaggert
  • James I

Egyptian Comic Book Characters

  • Orora Munroe
  • Armageddon

Polish Comic Book Characters

  • Erik Lehnsherr
  • Jacob Goldstein
  • Leo Zimm

Greek Comic Book Characters

  • Elektra Natchios
  • Hercules
  • Michael Morbius

Irish Comic Book Characters

  • Sean Cassidy
  • Sean Dolan
  • Bullseye

Swedish Comic Book Characters

  • Bruce Olafsen
  • Simon Hall

Have you caught up on the latest issue of Biowars? Our characters have a unique nationality–the human body! Take a look.



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