Who is the fastest fictional character in history: The Flash or Sonic the Hedgehog? Who is the strongest fictional character in history: Superman or The Hulk? In this list are the biggest fictional characters in history whose names start with H, maybe we will find the answer to one of these questions.
64. Headless Horseman (The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow)
The Headless Horseman is the main antagonist of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the second half of Disney’s 1949 animated feature film The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.
63. Hippolyta (DC Comics)
Hippolyta is the queen of the Amazons of Themyscira. She is the sister of Antiope and the mother of Wonder Woman.
62. Hound (Transformers)
Hound is an Autobot Commando and the new second in command of Optimus Prime in Transformers: Age of Extinction, after Sideswipe’s disappearance. In Transformers: The Last Knight he also became the new Medical Officer after Ratchet’s death in Transformers: Age of Extinction.
61. Hot Rod (Transformers)
Hot Rod is one of the Autobots and is said to be brash, slightly arrogant, and a protector.
60. Han Seoul-Oh (Fast And Furious)
Han Seoul-Oh is a street racer, thief, and business partner to Takashi. Han began as a member of Dominic Toretto’s crew.
59. Humbert Humbert (Lolita)
Humbert Humbert is the protagonist villain of Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Lolita. He is a pedophile who is obsessed with 12-year-old Dolores Haze, whom he nicknames “Lolita”.
58. Herman Munster (The Munsters)
Herman Munster Herman is a lovable, good-natured, and clumsy buffoon. Despite having been alive for centuries, he behaves rather childishly, often throwing temper tantrums, punctuated with thundering animal-like roaring.
57. Henry Turner (Pirates Of The Caribbean)
Henry Turner was the son of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann. Following his first encounter with his father, Henry decided to find the legendary Trident of Poseidon to free his father from his curse, an obligation to sail the Seven Seas for all eternity as captain of the Flying Dutchman.
56. Hector Barbossa (Pirates Of The Caribbean)
Hector Barbossa was a legendary and ferocious pirate of the Caribbean. A captain of treacherous morality, a vile pirate returned from the dead, and a master of his own fate, Barbossa was the ultimate survivor.
55. Hawkgirl (DC Comics)
Hawkgirl is a legacy name used by female counterparts to the superhero Hawkman. She wields a magical mace and uses Nth Metal wings to fly.
54. Hawkman (DC Comics)
Hawkman is a winged vigilante who fights crime using a flight harness made from Nth metal and a mace.
53. Hyperion (Marvel Comics)
Hyperion is a Marvel Comics character who is a corrupt superhero-turned-supervillain and a former Squadron Supreme member. He was a member of the Cabal.
52. Human Torch (Marvel Comics)
Jonathan “Johnny” Storm gained his powers on a spacecraft bombarded by cosmic rays. He can engulf his entire body in flames, is able to fly, can absorb fire harmlessly into his own body, and can control any nearby fire by sheer force of will.
51. Hope Summers (Marvel Comics)
Hope Summers is the adoptive daughter of Cable and Hope Summers, who died in a war when soldiers came into their house and killed her.
50. Hobgoblin (Marvel Comics)
In the Earth-616 Universe, the Hobgoblin mantle has been passed to many individuals, though former fashion designer Roderick Kingsley is the original, longest running, and possibly best-known Hobgoblin.
49. Hitman (Hitman)
Agent 47 (also known as “The Hitman”) is the playable protagonist of the Hitman series.
48. Hela (Marvel Comics)
Hela Odinsdottir was the Asgardian goddess of death and former Executioner of Asgard. Imprisoned in Hell for millennia by her father Odin, Hela was only released from her prison in the wake of his death and went to restore her power over Asgard while simultaneously engaging in a series of encounters with her younger brothers Thor and Loki.
47. Havok (Marvel Comics)
The younger brother of the reluctant leader of the X-Men, Cyclops, Alex Summers is gifted with the ability to absorb ambient cosmic energy into the cells of his body and processes it into a blast that is so hot, the byproduct is plasma, making him and his brother powerful adversaries.
46. Harry Osborn (Marvel Comics)
Harry Osborn was the son of a wealthy industrialist, Norman Osborn. When he was still a child, Harry had his soul bargained by his father with the demon Mephisto in exchange for making his financial life more successful.
45. Hank Pym (Marvel Comics)
Dr. Henry “Hank” Pym, Ph.D., was an American entomologist, biochemist, roboticist, engineer, physicist, and “Scientific Adventurer”. He was considered one of the smartest humans on Earth.
44. Hot Pie (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Hot Pie is an orphan and baker’s apprentice who was part of the batch of Night’s Watch recruits that left King’s Landing with the disguised Arya Stark.
43. Hizdahr Zo Loraq (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Hizdahr zo Loraq was a former slave trader from the city of Meereen, on the coast of Slaver’s Bay, and a scion of the House of Loraq, an ancient and proud line of slavers.
42. Hodor (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Hodor, originally named Wylis, was a simple-minded servant of House Stark at Winterfell working in the stables. Hodor is simple-minded and he is only capable of saying one word, “Hodor”, though he can apparently understand complex instructions other people give him.
41. Humpty Dumpty (National Nursery Rhymes And Nursery Songs)
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the King’s horses And all the King’s men Cannot put Humpty together again.
40. High Sparrow (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
The “High Sparrow” was the leader of the religious sect known as the Sparrows and the newly appointed High Septon.
39. Hedwig (Harry Potter)
Hedwig was Harry Potter’s pet snowy owl. Hedwig was an eleventh birthday gift from Rubeus Hagrid to Harry.
38. Horace Slughorn (Harry Potter)
Horace Slughorn was a pure-blood or half-blood wizard. He attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as a member of Slytherin before returning in 1931 as Potions Master.
37. Helena Ravenclaw (Harry Potter)
Helena Ravenclaw, also known as the Grey Lady, was a witch and Rowena Ravenclaw’s daughter. She attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was Sorted into Ravenclaw house.
36. Helga Hufflepuff (Harry Potter)
Helga Hufflepuff was a Welsh witch and was one of the four founders of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. While the other founders chose to have special students, she accepted them all without preference, although she did want them to be loyal and hard-working.
35. Horton The Elephant (Horton Hears A Who!)
Horton the Elephant is the kind-hearted elephant character who is the main protagonist of the 1940 book, Horton Hatches the Egg and its 1950 sequel Horton Hears a Who!.
34. He-Man (Masters Of The Universe)
He-Man is the alter ego of Prince Adam and also the twin brother of She-Ra. He-Man and his friends defend Eternia and the secrets of Castle Grayskull from the evil forces of Skeletor.
33. Huey Freeman (The Boondocks)
Huey Freeman is one of two main protagonists (alongside Riley Freeman) of the 2005 Adult Swim animated TV series The Boondocks.
32. Huey (DuckTales)
Hubert “Huey” Duck is one of the nine protagonists of DuckTales 2017. He is the son of Della Duck and is the oldest of Donald Duck’s nephews by three seconds.
31. Hercules (Hercules)
Hercules is the titular protagonist of Disney‘s 1997 animated feature film of the same name. The son of Zeus and Hera, Hercules was abducted from Mount Olympus and turned mortal by his evil uncle Hades, though he maintained his mighty strength.
30. Happy (Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)
Happy is one of the seven dwarfs in Disney’s 1937 film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Happy gets his name from his jovial and optimistic demeanor.
29. Hades (Hercules)
Hades is the main antagonist of Disney’s 1997 animated feature film Hercules. He is the fast-talking god of the Underworld, known for having a fiery temper and a vendetta against his eldest brother, Zeus.
28. Howard Wolowitz (The Big Bang Theory)
Howard Joel Wolowitz is a Jewish aerospace engineer and ex-astronaut. He is the son of an overbearing mother, Debbie Wolowitz, who cares very little about his scientific accomplishments and still talks to him as if he were a child, and Sam Wolowitz who left him and his mother.
27. Hiro Nakamura (Heroes)
Hiro Nakamura is a former computer programmer for Yamagato Industries & a major character in Heroes. At the start of the series, Hiro’s power is developed enough for him to turn the secondhand of his clock back one second.
26. Haley Dunphy (Modern Family)
Haley Gwendolyn Marshall is the eldest child of Claire and Phil Dunphy, the older sister of Alex and Luke, the wife of Dylan Marshall, and the mother of their twins Poppy and George Marshall. Haley has worked multiple jobs since the series began and currently works as a style editor for the wacky Internet lifestyle brand NERP.
25. Hannah Baker (13 Reasons Why)
Hannah Baker was one of the main characters in the first and second seasons of 13 Reasons Why, to whom the title refers to. Hannah’s suicide is the central plot of the story for the first season.
24. Hazel Grace Lancaster (The Fault In Our Stars)
Hazel Grace Lancaster is age sixteen, is an only child, and is the daughter of Mr. Lancaster and Mrs. Lancaster, a friend of Isaac, and girlfriend to Augustus Waters. She is diagnosed with Stage IV Thyroid cancer with metastasis forming in her lungs but has managed to live with her disease owing to doses of an experimental drug called Phalanxifor.
23. Harry Callahan (Dirty Harry)
Harold Francis “Dirty Harry” Callahan is a fictional San Francisco police detective and the main protagonist in the Dirty Harry film series, encompassing Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Enforcer, Sudden Impact, and The Dead Pool. Callahan is portrayed by Clint Eastwood in each movie.
22. Hawkeye (Marvel Comics)
An expert marksman and fighter, Clint Barton puts his talents to good use by working for S.H.I.E.L.D. as a special agent. The archer known as Hawkeye also boasts a strong moral compass that at times leads him astray from his direct orders.
21. Hawkeye Pierce (M*A*S*H)
Captain Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce is the lead character in the M*A*S*H novels, films, and television series. The character was played by Donald Sutherland in the film and Alan Alda on television.
20. Hyde (Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde)
While it is true that Jekyll largely appears as moral and decent, engaging in charity work and enjoying a reputation as a courteous and genial man, he in fact never fully embodies virtue in the way that Hyde embodies evil.
19. Holden Caulfield (The Catcher In The Rye)
Holden Caulfield, the 17-year-old narrator, and protagonist of the novel speaks to the reader directly from a mental hospital or sanitarium in southern California.
18. Huckleberry Finn (Huckleberry Finn)
Huckleberry Finn, one of the enduring characters in American fiction, is the protagonist of Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn (1884), who was introduced in Tom Sawyer (1876). Huck, as he is best known, is an uneducated, superstitious boy, the son of the town drunkard.
17. Hartman (Full Metal Jacket)
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: the former stereotypical Parris Island drill instructor who trains his recruits to transform them into Marines.
16. Harvey Dent (DC Comics)
Harvey Dent was the District Attorney of Gotham City who was originally working in Internal Investigations and picked up the name “Harvey Two-Face” for being duplicitous when investigating people.
15. Hamlet (Hamlet)
Hamlet is the title role and protagonist of William Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet. He is the Prince of Denmark, nephew to the usurping Claudius, and son of King Hamlet, the previous King of Denmark.
14. Hurin (The Lord Of The Rings)
Húrin, known also as Húrin Thalion was according to The Silmarillion the greatest warrior of Men in the First Age.
13. Hello Kitty (Hello Kitty)
Hello Kitty is portrayed as a female white Japanese Bobtail Cat with a red bow worn on her left ear and often wears blue overalls with a yellow shirt on top.
12. Harley Quinn (DC Comics)
Harley Quinn is a flamboyant supervillain and an adversary of Batman usually recognized as the Joker’s girlfriend, although she has had her own strong solo career.
11. Hulk (Marvel Comics)
The first (and most famous) person to use the Hulk moniker was Bruce Banner, a scientist who was exposed to extreme amounts of gamma radiation that altered his DNA structure and caused him to become a giant monster of incredible power whenever he gets angry.
10. Hercule Poirot (Agatha Christie)
Hercule Poirot: the world-renowned, mustachioed Belgian private detective, unsurpassed in his intelligence and understanding of the criminal mind, respected and admired by police forces and heads of state across the globe.
9. HAL-9000 (2001: A Space Odyssey)
HAL 9000 is a fictional artificial intelligence character and the main antagonist in Arthur C. Clarke’s Space Odyssey series.
8. Hannibal Lecter (Silence Of The Lambs)
Hannibal Lecter is a fictional character created by the novelist Thomas Harris. Lecter is a serial killer who eats his victims.
7. Hans Landa (Inglourious Basterds)
Standartenführer Hans Landa is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the 2009 Quentin Tarantino film Inglourious Basterds.
6. Hans Gruber (Die Hard)
Hans Gruber is a fictional character and the main antagonist of the 1988 action film Die Hard portrayed by Alan Rickman.
5. Han Solo (Star Wars)
Han Solo, known only as Han until being given the surname Solo by an Imperial recruitment officer, and formerly known as Cadet 124-329 while serving as an Imperial cadet, was a human male smuggler.
4. Holly Golightly (Breakfast At Tiffany’s)
Holly Golightly (Lulamae) is the main character of Truman Capote’s 1958 novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She is a beautiful 19-year-old who lives in the same building as the narrator.
3. Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
Hermione Granger was an English Muggle-born witch born to Mr. and Mrs. Granger. At the age of eleven, she learned about her magical nature and was accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
2. Harry Potter (Harry Potter)
Harry Potter was an English half-blood wizard, and one of the most famous wizards of modern times. The only child and son of James and Lily Potter, Harry’s birth was overshadowed by a prophecy, naming either himself or Neville Longbottom as the one with the power to vanquish Lord Voldemort, the most powerful and feared Dark Wizard in the world.
1. Homer Simpson (The Simpsons)
Homer Simpson is the main protagonist of The Simpsons series. He is the spouse of Marge Simpson and the father of Bart, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson.
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