The Loads and Loads of Characters featured in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore.
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Murray Group (Late 19th Century)
"The British Empire has always encountered difficulties in distinguishing between its heroes and its monsters."The protagonists of the first two volumes, and the most iconic League.
— Campion Bond
"Thankfully, my former husband's feelings are no longer my concern."The matriarch of the league, Mina is a mysterious woman with "a past" involving a certain foreigner.
Source: The works of H. Rider Haggard.
"Only my demise was a sham, a ruse to grant me freedom from my suffocating reputation."Once a national hero, now an elderly drug addict.
"Bond believes we are his pawns. He thinks no-one observes his game. But I am no-one. I observe everything... and to play games with Nemo is to play games with destruction."A Sikh pirate, and captain of the Nautilus.
Dr Henri Edward Jekyll/"Edward Hyde"
"Henry isn't home. I'm Edward."Since his apparent death, Hyde has evolved from the pale, dwarfish figure described in the original novella, to a massive ape-like creature. Also, he no longer needs his potion to transform. Any stress will do. Basically The Incredible Hulk in Victorian times.
Hawley Griffin/The Invisible Man
"The only empire I'm interested in is my own: The Empire of Invisible Man the First."
Source: Original character. Though you can probably guess whose ancestor he is
"We live in troubled times, where fretful dreams settle upon the Empire's brow."Campion Bond is the liaison between the league and the mysterious M. A fat slob with no redeeming qualities.
The first M/Professor James Moriarty
"It's James. Call me James"Arch enemy of Sherlock Holmes.
Source: The "Fu Manchu" series by Sax Rohmer.A mysterious Chinese Doctor who rules over the Chinese population of Limehouse.
Charles Auguste Dupin
Source: The works of Edgar Allan Poe.
"I only know what I have deduced."An elderly French detective who comes out of retirement when a former case of his reopens. Prostitutes in the vicinity of the Rue Morgue are being killed by what is described as a large, ape-like creature.
The second M/Mycroft Holmes
Griffin: "Aheh. Well, that solves the mystery of the detective's disappearance: his brother ate him."Sherlock Holmes' brother.