* The FantasticFour's nemesis Doctor Doom cares not the first person! Of course, if you were named [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Victor Von Doom]], you'd probably refer to yourself as "[[DoomyDoomsOfDoom Doom]]" a lot too.
-->'''Minion:''' Doom, why does every word you say sound like you're speaking into a microphone?\\
'''Doom:''' I am. Every word of Doom must be recorded for posterity.
* The eponymous hero of ''ComicBook/{{Cerebus}}'' does this until the day he dies. And after. Though he has actually referred to himself as "I" at least once.
* In the ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' books, Julius Caesar would often do this. At one point he has the exchange "He's great!" "Who?" "Er... you!" "Oh, him!" This is a reference/parody to the fact that the real life Julius Caesar wrote his memoirs in third person.
* Caliban of ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' does this, at least in the early Morlock stories. Another Morlock, a one-shot named [=MeMe=] (whose name should be "good luck ever sleeping again") does this, too (with a VerbalTic that has him repeating ''other'' words as well, so his name may actually be "Me").
** Whether he uses his real name or his superhero name, Remy [=LeBeau=] (AKA: Gambit) occasionally falls into this.
* In the Salvation arc of ''{{Preacher}}'' [[IOwnThisTown local villain]] Odin Quinncannon constantly refers to himself in the third person. Unfortunately for him, Jesse Custer hates people who do that and proves it by throwing Quincannon through the nearest window.
* Rorschach of ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' sometimes uses the third person to refer to himself, but usually to distinguish between what he does and thinks as Rorschach and as Walter Kovacs, especially when describing his FreakOut.
* Police Commissioner Preston Stoker in Creator/WarrenEllis' ''ComicBook/DoktorSleepless''.
* The demon {{Etrigan}} tends to refer to himself by name a lot where there is a convenient rhyme to be made.
* Petalwing, and presumably all of the Preservers in ''ComicBook/ElfQuest''. They're also ignorant of pronouns, always referring to themselves by name.
* In ''Kingdom'', the only dog soldier who doesn't do this is Rex Horizon, to indicate his great intelligence.
* Creator/JackKirby's Cosmic Dictator {{Darkseid}} has referred to himself in such a manner, often when giving speeches, though sometimes he does it in plain conversation.
* The Spike, member of the second [[XForce X-Force]] (before it was renamed X-Statix), often referred to himself as such. This is possibly an attempt to clarify that he bears no relation to team director Spike Freeman. Mr. Freeman's Spike; the Spike is [[SpellMyNameWithAThe ''the'' Spike]], thank you.
* Yorick from the German comic ''[[Magazine/{{Yps}} YPS]]''.
* Feist in ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog''. Likely a side effect of [[AGodIAm being a god]].
* The characters talk like this in the Malibu ''MortalKombat'' comics. You begin to wonder if Outworld lacks first person at all.
* ComicBook/{{Rahan}} and other characters from the comic talk like this, being cavemen.
* TheHulk often refers to himself in the third person. DependingOnTheWriter, this is either simply primitive HulkSpeak, the Hulk being arrogant ("Hulk is strongest one there is!") or a mixture of the two.
* Mantis of ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'' always referred to herself as "this one."
* Sunfire from ''Comicbook/UncannyAvengers'' does this from time to time.
-->'''Sunfire''': No need to thank me, Rio-- thank the Avengers for having the foresight to ''beg'' Sunfire to join!
* Vault, a minor villain from ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'' and its sister books ''TheAstoundingWolfMan'' and ''Capes''. Vault is a comically self-sure villain and an inveterate braggart, so it fits him ''very'' well. "Vault is prepared -- ''unstoppable''!"
* In ''[[ComicBook/TwoThousandAD 2000 AD]]'' there is the Lowlife strip, featuring a wally squad (undercover) judge named Dirty Frank. He's pretty... odd... and generally refers to himself in the third person (and occasionally brushes against the fourth wall).
* [[TheDitz Nooby]] from ''ComicBook/PocketGod'' talks like this. He even admits to being uncomfortable using first person when [[ActionGirl Sun]] forces him to tell her "[[LiteralMinded What I want to know]]".
* DependingOnTheWriter, [[Characters/GLOrangeLanternCorps Larfleeze]] will address himself this way, much to everyone's annoyance.
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