If you were given one wish to meet just one fictional character among all fictional characters that you know, whom would you pick? What would you tell them, and how do you think they would respond? I don’t have any of the answers to the questions above, but what I can provide you with is a curated list of the biggest fictional characters in history whose names start with I.
Maybe you might find one of the characters you would like to meet on this list.
40. Invisible Man (The Invisible Man)
Adrian Griffin, better known as The Invisible Man, is the titular main antagonist of the 2020 science fiction horror film The Invisible Man, loosely based on the novel written by the late H. G. Wells. He is one of the many incarnations of the eponymous Griffin, and one of the vilest.
39. Insectosaurus (Monsters Vs. Aliens)
Insectosaurus is one of the main characters of the film Monsters vs. Aliens. Insectosaurus originally was nothing more than a simple grub with no unique characteristics, but after her mutation, she donned an almost mammalian-like appearance similar to that of an orange hamster with a massive overbite, four pincer-like arms, antennas, two stubby feet, and a short reptilian-like tail.
38. Iroh (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
Iroh was a retired Fire Nation general, a former Crown Prince of the nation, a Grand Lotus of the Order of the White Lotus, a firebending master, and a wise mentor to his nephew Zuko. He was the elder son of Fire Lord Azulon and Ilah and the older brother of Ozai.
37. Inspector Clouseau (Pink Panther)
Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau (formerly Inspector) aka Pink Panther is a fictional detective in Blake Edwards’s Pink Panther series. In most of the films, he was played by Peter Sellers, with one film in which he was played by Alan Arkin and one in which he was played by an uncredited Roger Moore (both after Sellers’ sudden death).
36. Indra Ōtsutsuki (Naruto Shippuden)
Indra Ōtsutsuki was the first born son of Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki. He was initially thought to be the most suitable successor of his father’s teachings, however, it was his younger brother Asura that ended up inheriting this mantle, a decision that would lead the two brothers to fight against each other.
35. Ivysaur (Pokémon)
Ivysaur is a Grass/Poison Pokémon introduced in Generation I that evolves from Bulbasaur starting at level 16 and evolves into Venusaur starting at level 32. Ivysaur is able to naturally learn the powerful Grass-type attack, Solar Beam, a move whose execution time depends largely upon the weather; it takes an excruciatingly long amount of time to perform this attack in hail, rain, or a sandstorm, but nearly no time at all in bright sunlight.
34. Itt (The Addams Family)
Cousin Itt is a relative of The Addams Family in the original television series and beyond. Unlike the other main characters, he was not created by cartoonist Charles Addams, but by a producer of the show.
33. Itchy (The Itchy & Scratchy Show)
The main villain of The Itchy & Scratchy Show, Itchy is an anthropomorphic mouse, who is constantly attacking his character pairing, Scratchy. Itchy always instigates the conflicts and almost always kills Scratchy.
32. Ivan Drago (Rocky)
Captain Ivan Vasilyevich Drago is the central antagonist of the 1985 film Rocky IV, the main antagonist of the 2018 film Creed II, and the flashback antagonist in Rocky V. He is a former Russian professional boxer, Olympian, and an Infantry Captain for the Soviet Army.
31. Indominus Rex (Jurassic World)
Indominus rex is one of the largest existing theropods in the Jurassic World film, as well as the film’s main antagonist, the central antagonist of the first season of the Netflix series, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, and a minor antagonist in the show’s fourth season. In the film Jurassic World, she was going to be the latest attraction added to the park for higher profits.
30. Ice Bird (Angry Birds)
Ice Bird is a member of Red’s flock who only appears in Angry Birds Space. He is an extraterrestrial companion to the Flock who helps them defeat the space pigs, and is the second original character to be introduced outside of the classic Angry Birds game.
29. Invisible Woman (Marvel Comics)
Susan Storm Richards overcame losing her parents at a young age to become a motherly figure to her brother. After receiving superpowers, she co-founded the Fantastic Four and emerged as the single-most powerful member of the group.
28. Ike Broflovski (South Park)
Sir Ike Moisha Broflovski, born Peter Gintz, is Kyle Broflovski’s adopted younger brother from Canada. He has also been mistaken for both a trash can and a table post, as well as compared to a football and unlike other Canadians, Ike does not have a Canadian accent or a box-shaped body, although that could be because he is so young and has presumably lived in the United States for a majority of his life.
27. Ino Yamanaka (Naruto)
Ino Yamanaka is a kunoichi of Konohagakure‘s Yamanaka clan and she and her fellow members of Team Asuma are their generation’s Ino–Shika–Chō trio. As a Yamanaka, Ino specializes in mind-affecting techniques, such as the Mind Body Switch Technique, which allows her to possess a target and take control of their actions.
26. Ichibē Hyōsube (Bleach)
Ichibē Hyōsube is the Leader of the Zero Division, holding the title “Monk Who Calls the Real Name”. Ichibē was the person who first chose the names for everything in Soul Society, including Zanpakutō, Shikai, and Bankai. At some point in the past, Ichibē became the first Shinigami whose Zanpakutō gained an evolved form, which was known as Shinuchi.
25. Ironhide (Transformers)
Ironhide was the Autobots’ resident weapons specialist and Optimus Prime’s old friend. Ironhide didn’t always see optic to optic with Prime, despite their friendship, and was perhaps the more practical of the two, and more than a little trigger happy, so he could be more willing to push the Autobot code to the limit if he thinks it will get the job done faster.
24. Isaiah Bradley (Marvel Comics)
Isaiah Bradley aka the Black Captain America was one of 300 African-American soldiers who were used as test subjects at Camp Cathcart as part of Project Rebirth’s attempt to recreate the Super Soldier Serum. Bradley, the only survivor, took on the mantle of Captain America and traveled to Europe to fight in the war.
23. Iron Fist (Marvel Comics)
Iron Fist is an incredibly powerful fighter, who studied for a decade under the tutelage of the Thunderer in K’un-Lun. He is a master of all of K’un-Lun’s martial arts, along with the combat arts developed on Earth, in addition to being trained in the use of almost all martial arts weapons.
22. Ikaris (Marvel Comics)
Ikaris is a member of the Eternals, a genetically superior offshoot race of humanity who possess abilities such as levitation and immortality. He is often seen as one of the most prominent Eternals, leading his race of people in many adventures.
21. Ilyn Payne (A Song Of Ice And Fire)
Ser Ilyn Payne was a mute knight and the King’s Justice and royal executioner who had his tongue removed on the order of the Mad King for suggesting that Tywin Lannister, then Hand of the King and whom Ser Ilyn served as Captain of the Guards, was the true ruler of Westeros rather than Aerys. . He executed Eddard Stark on King Joffrey Baratheon’s orders.
20. Itsy Bitsy Spider (Nursery Rhyme)
“The Itsy Bitsy Spider”, also known as “the Eensy Weensy Spider” is a popular nursery rhyme that describes the adventures of a spider as it ascends, descends, and reascends the downspout or “water spout” of a gutter system (or, alternatively, the spout of a teapot). It is usually accompanied by a sequence of gestures that mimic the words of the song.
19. Iceman (Marvel Comics)
As a founding member of the X-Men, Bobby Drake has been fighting for the peaceful coexistence of mutants and humans for most of his life, joining groups such as Champions, Defenders, and, later being among the founding members of the X-Men and X-Factor. A very powerful elemental, Bobby uses his thermokinesis to create ice shields, freeze enemies, and absorb cold or moisture around himself.
18. Igor Karkaroff (Harry Potter)
Igor Karkaroff was a wizard and Headmaster of Durmstrang Institute. During the First Wizarding War, he was a Death Eater who served Lord Voldemort and after being captured and briefly imprisoned in Azkaban following his master’s defeat, Karkaroff turned in several of his fellow Death Eaters to the Wizengamot in exchange for his crimes being pardoned.
17. Inspector Gadget (Inspector Gadget)
Inspector Gadget is the titular protagonist of the franchise of the same name. He is Penny’s uncle, one of Brain’s owners, and Chief Quimby’s top employee.
16. Inuyasha (Inuyasha)
Inuyasha is the main protagonist, as well as the title character, in the manga series InuYasha and its anime adaptation. The half-demon son of a great demon father, known as the Tōga, and a human mother named Izayoi, he was bound to a sacred tree by a magical arrow from the priestess Kikyō’s bow while attempting to claim the Shikon Jewel.
15. Iago (Aladdin)
Iago is the secondary antagonist of Disney‘s 1992 animated feature film, Aladdin. He is a sarcastic, loud-mouthed, and short-tempered parrot that served as Jafar’s sidekick during the latter’s attempt to rule Agrabah, and his primary obsessions are riches and power, which, coupled with his disdain for the Sultan’s crackers, motivated his villainous deeds.
14. Iris West (DC Comics)
The love of Barry Allen’s life, Iris West is a hero in her own right as an investigative reporter in the Flash’s hometown, Central City. Through time-travel paradoxes, cosmic crises, and personal catastrophes, Iris’ bravery in the face of danger and devotion to doing what’s right has made her indispensable to the people who know her, including many of the world’s superheroes, despite the fact that she has no powers of her own.
13. Iguro Obanai (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba)
Iguro Obanai is a major supporting character in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. He is a Demon Slayer of the Demon Slayer Corps and the current Serpent Hashira who is very harsh and strict and shows no concern for those who do not abide by the Demon Slayer rules.
12. Ippo Makunouchi (Hajime No Ippo)
Ippo Makunouchi is the eponymous protagonist of Hajime no Ippo. He is a trainer, retired featherweight professional boxer from the Kamogawa gym, and a former reigning featherweight JBC champion.
11. Ichabod Crane (The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow)
Ichabod Crane is the protagonist and a man who, born in the 18th century, was a former Oxford history professor before becoming a captain in the Revolutionary War. Being killed in battle, Crane somehow awoke in a modern-day Sleepy Hollow and it was eventually revealed to him that his wife, Katrina, and her coven had cast a spell on him in order to resurrect him and put him on the correct path as one of the Witnesses mentioned in the biblical Book of Revelation.
10. Izuku Midoriya (My Hero Academia)
Izuku Midoriya, also known as Deku, is the main protagonist of the My Hero Academia manga and anime series. Even though Izuku was born Quirkless, he manages to catch the attention of the legendary hero All Might, due to his innate heroism and a strong sense of justice and has since become his close pupil, as well as a student after All Might passed on his transferable Quirk to him, making him the ninth holder of One For All.
9. Iron Giant (The Iron Giant)
The Iron Giant is a 50-foot tall autonomous “Metal Man” from another world that crash lands on Earth before becoming friends with a young boy named Hogarth who rescues him from his own internal defensive mechanism in the Warner Bros. 1999 animated science fiction film of the same name, voiced by Vin Diesel.
8. Insouke Hashibira (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba)
Inosuke Hashibira is one of the main protagonists of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and along with Zenitsu Agatsuma, a traveling companion of Tanjiro Kamado and Nezuko Kamado. He is also a Demon Slayer in the Demon Slayer Corps.
7. Inigo Montoya (The Princess Bride)
Inigo Montoya is a fictional character in William Goldman’s 1973 novel The Princess Bride. In The Princess Bride, Inigo Montoya is portrayed as a Spanish fencer and henchman to the Sicilian criminal Vizzini and his father Domingo was a great sword crafter, but he remained obscure because he disliked dealing with the rich and privileged.
6. Imperator Furiosa (Mad Max: Fury Road)
Imperator Furiosa is a central protagonist alongside the title character in Mad Max: Fury Road and is highly intelligent, an extraordinary driver, a veteran in wasteland survival, and an exceptionally talented warrior. At the beginning of the film, she is Immortan Joe’s top imperator and driver of his war rig and later returns to the Citadel as its would-be savior.
5. Itachi Uchiha (Naruto)
Itachi Uchiha was a shinobi of Konohagakure’s Uchiha clan who served as an Anbu Captain. He later became an international criminal after murdering his entire clan, sparing only his younger brother, Sasuke, and joining the international criminal organization known as Akatsuki, whose activity brought him into frequent conflict with Konoha and its ninja, including Sasuke who sought to avenge their clan by killing him.
4. Indiana Jones (Indiana Jones)
Doctor Henry Walton Jones, Junior was an American archaeologist most famously known as Indiana Jones or Indy. During World War I, he used the name Henri Defense and went by a number of aliases throughout his life.
3. Isildur (The Lord Of The Rings)
Isildur was the oldest son of Elendil and brother to Anárion and he and Anárion founded and jointly ruled Gondor in the south, while their father dwelt in Arnor in the north. In the War of the Last Alliance, Isildur cut the One Ring from Sauron’s hand, but he refused to destroy it and was later killed by Orcs and the Ring was lost in the Disaster of the Gladden Fields for nearly 2,500 years.
2. Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach)
Ichigo Kurosaki is a Human who is also a Substitute Shinigami and the main protagonist in Bleach. Ichigo is the son of Isshin and Masaki Kurosaki, the older brother of Karin and Yuzu, and also husband to Orihime Inoue with whom she has a son named Kazui Kurosaki.
1. Iron Man (Marvel Comics)
Anthony Edward “Tony” Stark was a billionaire industrialist, a founding member of the Avengers, and the former CEO of Stark Industries. A brash but brilliant inventor, Stark was self-described as a genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist.
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