* In {{Tailsteak}}'s comic "Band", [[http://tailsteak.com/archive.php?num=267 there are two Brian Smiths.]] They met when one got in trouble for something the other did; they vowed never to reveal their middle names and they've been friends ever since.
** He's also not the same Brian Smith as Lazarus Long's father in Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''Literature/TimeEnoughForLove''.
* One's a [[Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick male human]] and the other's a [[AMagicalRoommate female gorgon]] but they're both named Elan.
* There are two very, '''very''' different "Angels" comics with characters codenamed Bubblegum: ''Webcomic/{{Angels 2200}}'' and ''UnitedStatesAngelsCorps''. The former is reasonably worksafe. The latter is not even worksafe in Hell.
* When British [[HipHop rapper]] Skepta created a pornographic music video called All Over The House, hits on the webcomic ''AllOverTheHouse'' went up 1000%.
* A briefly somewhat important supporting character in ''WapsiSquare'' is a singer-songwriter named Heather Mills. This is never {{Lampshade}}d.
* An internal example among AndrewHussie's many works: "Lil' Cal" is a name he often used for various rapper characters, but it's probably far more remembered as the name of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}''[='=]s DemonicDummy.
* Cloud from ''Webcomic/SandraAndWoo'' was explicitly named after ''FinalFantasyVII'''s hero Cloud Strife [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2008/12/22/0018-cloud/ by his parents]]. Unintentionally, the squirrel Sid has the same name as the sloth in the IceAge movies.
* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' and ''Theatre/GuysAndDolls'' both have main characters named Sarah Brown.
* ''Webcomic/AlienHandSyndrome'' features a diffident young woman named Mina. Its [[BSideComics B-Side comic]] ''Idly Falling Feathers'' also features a similar-looking diffident young woman, who wasn't named in the first few strips. Finally the author decided she was basically just another version of Mina, so...