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->''"I'm Penny Parker. You can remember that 'cause it's got the same letter at the front of each name. That's important theatrically, you know."''
-->-- '''[[CaptainObvious Penny Parker]]''', ''Series/MacGyver1985'', "Every Time She Smiles"

In RealLife an alliterative name is a name in which the first and last names begin with the same sound. In more extreme cases, this can also include the middle name.

Giving a character an alliterative name is one of many ways a writer can make a name more interesting and catchy, which in turn makes the character more memorable to the audience. This is especially important in works with LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, where extra help is needed to differentiate between them.

In comic books, this is especially true of the names of {{Super Hero}}es or their close hangers-on. It was a favorite tool of Creator/StanLee's, since, swarmed with projects, he often had trouble remembering the characters' names, and the alliteration worked as a mnemonic device. (Though it didn't always work perfectly -- Lee occasionally referred to "Peter Palmer" and "Bob Banner".)

Of note to writers: ''Overusing'' this trope dilutes its effect, particularly if multiple characters have the same starting sounds in their names.

In comic books, the Alliterative Name is often also TwoFirstNames. In cartoons, it goes hand-in-hand with SpeciesSurname.

See AddedAlliterativeAppeal, for when phrases do this. See AlliterativeFamily, for when this is done across an entire family. See AlliterativeTitle, for work titles that do this.

Please note that Japanese names, though many may seem alliterative to an English-speaking audience, may not convey the same "alliterative power" in their original setting; syllables (and vowel sounds) matter more than letters in Japanese.

While TruthInTelevision, this is way too common, so no RealLife examples.
!!Example Sub-pages:

* AlliterativeName/AnimeAndManga
* AlliterativeName/ComicBooks
* AlliterativeName/{{Literature}}
* AlliterativeName/LiveActionTV
* AlliterativeName/ProfessionalWrestling
* AlliterativeName/VideoGames
* AlliterativeName/WebComics
* AlliterativeName/WesternAnimation

!! For index / trope names themselves

* AlliterativeName/{{Indexes}}
* AlliterativeName/UsefulNotes
* AlliterativeName/TropesAToE
* AlliterativeName/TropesFToL
* AlliterativeName/TropesMToR
* AlliterativeName/TropesSToZ

!!Other Examples


* The Cheetos mascot Chester Cheetah.

[[folder:Asian Animation]]
* ''Animation/PakdamPakdai'' has two examples:
** The main character is named Doggy Don.
** Nana the narrator, which is likely an unintentional example.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'': The titular character.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'': The titular character, Blondie Bumstead.
* Dixie Dugan
* Moon Mullins
* ''ComicStrip/SnuffySmith'': The titular character.
* ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'': Walt Wallet.
* Winnie Winkle
* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': A lot of the oneshot characters have alliterative names that [[{{ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin}} describe their major personality flaws]], such as [[http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2007-05-13/ Disgruntled Doug]], [[http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2001-05-20/ Jittery Jeff]], and [[http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2002-03-13/ Medical Mel.]]
* ''ComicStrip/{{Retail}}'': Cooper Costello and Stuart Suchet. Marla ''used'' to qualify as well until she married and her last name changed from Masters to Garrison.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' PeggySue fic ''Fanfic/AshesOfThePast'', Ash's last opponent in the Silver Conference is Fred Farrell, whose team consists of Floodwater the Feraligatr, Fuchida the Forretress, Flambé the Flareon, Felicity the Flaaffy, and Fowler the Farfetch'd.
* In the ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' fanfic ''Fanfic/KyonBigDamnHero'', there's a case of alliterative [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname nickname]]: Kyon is amused during Masao's apology when he addresses him as [[GratuitousJapanese Kowa-Keigo]] Kyon.
* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/WhatAboutWitchQueen'' has three cases: major Andreas Andersen, [[FourStarBadass general]] Bjorn Berg and lieutenant [[ActionSurvivor George Gardner]].
* ''Fanfic/{{HERZ}}'': This story has Captain Kurumi Kagero, UN Special Investigations Officer.
* Franchise/{{Pokemon}} fanfic ''Fanfic/CloudedSky'''s main protagonist, Tobias Talltree.
* The Monster Maze from ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries''. Lampshaded by Hobbes:
--> "Nice touch."
** Most of the things that Calvin sells at his stand in "Help Wanted" also count.
* ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4821436/ Ed, Edd, Eddy n Edna]]'': [[OriginalCharacter Edna]]'s full name is Edna Esmeralda Espinoza.
* Saria Speeder from ''FanFic/CIAAgents.''
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8069358/28/Catch-Me-In-Midair Catch Me in Midair]]'' Remus is pregnant with Sirius' child and Sirius deliberately suggests names such as "Antigone Artemis Alistronia Agatha" and "Icarus Ieolus Ilarion Izydorak."
* ''Fanfic/{{Bait and Switch|STO}}'' has [=LtJG.=] Warragul Wirrpanda, chief medical officer of the USS ''Bajor''. "Fanfic/ShakedownShenanigans" reveals his middle name is "William".
* ''Fanfic/NecessaryToWin'' has Yoshiko Yasukouchi and [[spoiler:Mizuho Miyanaga]].
* ''FanFic/TheTwilightChild'' has Twilight Twinkle, and her great-grandmother, who is also called Twilight Twinkle (she was named after her).
* Snow Storm and Bolt Buck in ''FanFic/CapeAndCowl''.
* ''Fanfic/DespairsLastResort'' has a few. There's Takara Tsukuda, Miyako Morino, and [[spoiler: Saemi Sasagawa]]. Subverted with [[spoiler: Kazumi Katsuya]], who reveals that her name is a stage name. Her first name is really [[spoiler: Hanako]]
* Yolanda Yop in ''FanFic/TheAristocatsIsland''.
* ''FanFic/TheBlackWrangler'''s title character is [[spoiler: Kaichou Kurosaki]]. In the original Japanese, it wouldn't count as an example, but this is an English fanfic.
* David Dakota, of the ''{{Fanfic/Dakota}}'' story.
* Raozya, the protagonist in the comedic ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/PicklesAndDepredation'', is known fully as Rozza Reyo Raozya.
* WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic fanworks that use its characters like Pinkie Pie, Daring Do, Ditzy Doo and Dinky Doo, among others:
** ''FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse''. Especially when the former gets made a Knight of the Realm and becomes Dame Ditzy Doo.
** ''FanFic/TheAlarmaverse''
** ''FanFic/ElementalsOfHarmony''
** And ''FanFic/TheDuskyverse'' has the original characters Dusky Down, her parents Windy Ward and Splendid Speech, and mayor Prideful Policy.
* In ''Fanfic/OldWest'', the main heroine's name is Grace Glossy.
* Just like its [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire source material]], several characters from ''Fanfic/NymeriasWar'', canon and original, have this type of name, examples include Mors Martell, Benedict Blackmont, Yorick Yronwood, Tomas Toland, Davos Dayne, Laroy Ladybright and more.
* Karmen Kons and [[spoiler: Estella Erith]] from the 40k Fanfic: ''FanFic/SecretWar'' one name is a pseudonym, it's no hard to guess which one isn't real.
* In ''Series/TheFlash2014''/''Series/Supergirl2015'' crossover ''Fanfic/CallMeKara'', Alexandra Allen, [[spoiler:[[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] and [[Franchise/TheFlash Barry]]'s daughter]].
* ''Fanfic/ForumOfThrones'' has a number of major examples, such as Robert Raylan, Maron Mullendore, Wolfius Woodbark, and the ''entirety'' of House Hoare.
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10766595/39/Harry-Potter-Three-to-Backstep Harry Potter - Three to Backstep]]'' after [=McGonagall=] becomes Headmistress she hires a Transfiguration professor named Belvedere Bartwinkle.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'': Tony Toponi, which doubles as a BilingualBonus name, meaning "Tony mouse" in Italian.
* Barry B. Benson from ''WesternAnimation/BeeMovie''.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' series films has Axle Accelerator, Aiken Axler, Bernie Banks, Bruce Boxmann, Benny Brakedrum, Bruiser Bukowski, Bertha Butterswagen, Chuck Choke Cables, Charlie Checker, Chief Chick, Cora Copper, Kathy Copter, Dirkson D'Agostino, Derek "Decals" Dobbs, Galloping Goose, Green Gremlin, Hank Hallsum, Hudson Hornet, Kimura Kaizo, Miles "Meattruck" Malone, Mach Matsuo, Matthew [=McCrew=], Marlon [=McKay=], Misti Motorkrass, Piccolo Perry, Polly Puddlejumper, Petrol Pulaski, Rod Redline, Rusty [=RustEze=], Sarah Safestreet, Timothy "Timezone" Truecoat, Tony Trihull, Timothy Twostroke, and Valerie Veate.
* ''WesternAnimation/CatsDontDance'': Darla Dimple.
* The title character of ''WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}}'', as well as his nemesis Metro Man and LoveInterest Roxanne/Roxie Ritchie. The latter may be a nod to Lois Lane, given their similarities. There's also [[spoiler:Music Man, so that Metro Man could keep the "MM" logo]].
* ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'': Dr. Delbert Doppler.
* Roger Rabbit from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''.
* ''WesternAnimation/MrPeabodyAndSherman'' has Penny Peterson.
* Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III from ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon''.
* Prince John in ''Disney/RobinHood'' is apparently fond of alliterative ''nicknames''. He creates at least five of them for Sir Hiss ("silly serpent", "reluctant reptile", "cowardly cobra", "aggravating asp" and "procrastinating python") and has one for Friar Tuck ("corpulent cleric").
* ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' has Wreck-It Ralph, Fix-It Felix Jr and King Candy.[[note]]Not to be confused with "King Kandy" from the post-1984 version of Candy Land.[[/note]] Felix is the only one with the same letters, but all three manage an alliterative sound.
* ''Disney/BigHero6'' has Hiro Hamada, which was changed from Hiro Takachiho.
* Only applies in ''WesternAnimation/{{Home}}'' with Gratuity Tucci's nickname- '''T'''ip '''T'''ucci.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Cora Corman In ''Film/MusicAndLyrics''
* Jenny Johnson / G-Girl from ''Film/MySuperExGirlfriend''.
* Gwen Grayson from ''Film/SkyHigh''.
* Many of the characters from ''Film/ThankYouForSmoking'', including Nick Naylor, Heather Holloway, and Lorne Lutch.
* David Dunn (no CodeName) from ''Film/{{Unbreakable}}''. Almost certainly an intentional tribute to this trope.
* ''Film/DonnieDarko''
* ''Film/KingKong''
* The characters from ''Film/BiteMeFanboy'', which is about comic book fans and fandom, ''all'' have Alliterative Names: Nick Norton, Jared James, Ray Reed, Tony Taira, and Chris Cole.
* In ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Marty [=McFly=], Marty [=McFly=] Jr., Marlene [=McFly=], Maggie [=McFly=], Clara Clayton, S. S. Strickland.
* The real name of the titular ''Film/TheCourtJester'' is Hubert Hawkins.
* ''{{Film/Hairspray}}'' has loads: Tracy Turnblad, Penny and Prudy Pingleton, Velma Von Tussle, Corny Collins, Link Larkin, Seaweed J. Stubbs, Motormouth Maybelle
* Stanley Snodgrass in ''Film/HereComeTheGirls''.
* ''Creator/JohnWaters'' loves this trope. See also ''Film/PinkFlamingos'' (Dawn Davenport, Donald and Donna Dasher, Sandy Sandstorm), ''Polyester'' (Francine Fishpaw, Todd Tomorrow), ''Cry-Baby'' (Wade "Crybaby" Walker, Ramona Rickettes, Wanda Woodward), and ''A Dirty Shame'' (Sylvia Stickles, Fat Freak Frank).
* The love interests in several of Creator/AdamSandler's films have had the initials V.V.: Vicki Vallencourt in ''Film/TheWaterboy'', Veronica Vaughn in '' Film/BillyMadison'', Virginia Venit in ''Film/HappyGilmore'', and Valerie Veran in ''Film/LittleNicky''.
** B.B. is also present in some films, such as Bobby Boucher, the title character in ''Film/TheWaterboy'', or Babe Bennett, the love interest in ''MrDeeds''.
* ''Film/HotFuzz'': Aaron A. Aaronson.
* Linda Litzke in ''Film/BurnAfterReading''.
* ''Film/TheAlphabetKiller'' is based around someone who targets people with these sorts of names.
* ''Film/InglouriousBasterds'': Sgt. Donny Donowitz.
* Balthazar Blake from ''Film/TheSorcerersApprentice''.
* [[Franchise/TheChroniclesOfRiddick Richard B. Riddick]] from ''Film/TheChroniclesOfRiddick''.
* Betsy Bell and James Johnston from ''Film/AnAmericanHaunting''.
* Assassin brothers Vic Vega and Vincent Vega from [[Creator/QuentinTarantino Tarantino's]] ''Film/ReservoirDogs'' and ''Film/PulpFiction'' respectively.
* The eponymous Nemo Nobody from ''Film/MrNobody''.
* Dale Denton and Saul Silver from ''Film/PineappleExpress''.
* Heroic Ewok warrior Wicket Wystri Warrick from ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. Also, his siblings Weechee, Willy, and Winda.
* Billy Brown from ''Film/BuffaloSixtySix''.
* Steve Stifler from ''Film/AmericanPie''.
* Grant Grant from ''Film/{{Slither}}''
* Gladys Clover in '''Film/ItShouldHappenToYou''
* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBuckarooBanzaiAcrossThe8thDimension'' has Penny Priddy...and Buckaroo Banzai.
* Professor Henry Higgins from ''Film/MyFairLady''.
* Susan Stone, the protagonist from ''Film/IfYouBelieve'' who works as an editor in a fancy publishing house. Hers is a MeaningfulName as she appears to have a heart of stone.
* Nina Naumann from ''Film/DerLetzteZug''.
* Meghan Miles in ''Film/WalkOfShame''.
* ''Film/XMenFilmSeries''
** Scott Summers.
** Moira [=MacTaggert=] in ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'' and ''Film/XMenFirstClass''.
** Warren Worthington in ''Film/XMenTheLastStand''.
** Wade Wilson in ''Film/XMenOriginsWolverine''.
* One-Eyed Willy in ''Film/TheGoonies''.
* Dave Daniels in ''Film/TheMummy1999''
* Willy Wonka
* Harry Hart from ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService''.
* Lady Lisa and Ludlow Lamonsoff in ''Film/{{Pixels}}''. For bonus points, they end up as a couple.
* Heihachi Hayashida in ''Film/SevenSamurai''
* The James Bond films have [[Film/{{Thunderball}} Dominique "Domino" Derval]], [[Film/{{TheManWithTheGoldenGun}} Andrea Anders]], [[Film/{{TheSpyWhoLovedMe}} Anya Amasova]], [[Film/{{AViewToAKill}} Stacy Sutton]], [[Film/{{LicenceToKill}} Lupe Lamora]] and [[Film/{{DieAnotherDay}} Jacinta "Jinx" Johnson]].
* ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse''
** On the Avengers side of things, we've got [[Film/SpiderManHomecoming Peter Parker]], [[Film/DoctorStrange2016 Stephen Strange]] and [[Film/TheIncredibleHulk Bruce Banner]]. [[Film/{{Thor}} Loki Laufeyson]] -- the BigBad of the ''Thor''-movies and the first ''Avengers'' counts too, as well as Pepper Potts and Happy Hogan from the ''Film/IronMan''-movies.
** Series/TheDefenders have [[Series/DareDevil Matt Murdock]] and Series/JessicaJones.


* Liu Li from ''Manhua/SchoolShock''.

* ''Music/{{Suede}}'': "Metal Mickey" and Bernard Butler.
* Two Music/DarkAngel vocalists: Don Doty and Ron Rinehart.
* BillyBragg: He used to be known as Steve Bragg, but William was his middle name and he decided Billy was a better name for a singer.
* Music/{{Eminem}}, whose real name is "Marshall Mathers" and the origin of the "Eminem" moniker.
* Music/{{Pale Saints}} drummer Chris Cooper.
* Music/SufjanStevens.
* Mike Mangini of Music/{{DreamTheater}}

* In Myth/NorseMythology, [[TheTrickster Loki]] is generally referred to as "[[IAmXSonOfY Loki Laufeyjarson]]." This is interesting because Laufey was the name of his ''mother,'' while his father was called Fárbauti. Most scholars assume that the Norse poets gave him a matronymic simply for the alliteration, as pretty much every other character uses their father's name.

* Creator/{{Gottlieb}}'s ''[[Pinball/TeedOff Tee'd Off]]'' has Gunther Gopher[[note]]Full name: Gunther the Dancing Gopher[[/note]]
* Played with: ''Pinball/NoGoodGofers'' has two characters named Bud and Buzz.
* The pop bumpers in ''Pinball/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', according to a flyer, are called "Bronco Bumpers".
* In addition to the name of ''Pinball/WhiteWater'' itself, many of the in-game locations have alliterative names, such as Disaster Drop, Boomerang Bend, and Wet Willie's River Ranch.

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* ''Series/TheMuppetShow'': The Great Gonzo (but is usually just called "Gonzo").
** Rizzo the Rat, who doesn't appear in the series proper, but later appears in some of the movies and TV specials.
* ''Series/SesameStreet'': Big Bird.
** And Baby Bear.
* ''Series/{{Oobi}}'': Frieda the Foot.

* Professor Harold Hill, from ''Theatre/TheMusicMan''
* Benjamin Barker and Beadle Bamford from ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet''.
* Professor of linguistics Henry Higgins from ''Theatre/{{Pygmalion}}'' by Creator/GeorgeBernardShaw. Also the same character from its {{musical}} adaptation ''Theatre/MyFairLady''. It's important that his name starts with this sound -- thus his Cockney pupil Eliza has to struggle with dropping H's and 'Enry 'Iggins.
* ''Theatre/SuddenlyLastSummer'': Violet Venable, a wealthy widow.
* ''Theatre/LaTraviata'': Violetta Valéry and Giorgio Germont.
* Creator/BuffaloBill used his nickname to promote his western shows.
* Ralph Rackstraw and Dick Deadeye from ''Theatre/HMSPinafore''.
* ''Theatre/DearEvanHansen'': Heidi Hansen, Evan's mother.
* ''Theatre/BeMoreChill'' features two main characters named Michael Mell and Christine Canigula.

* A set of 1960s astronaut action figures were led by "Major Matt Mason, Mattel's Man in Space," supported by Lieutenant Long, Sergeant Storm, and civilian astronaut Doug Davis. The lieutenant's given name was Jeff, though.
* In the ''Toys/MonsterHigh'' world, there's Jackson Jekyll, Holt Hyde, and Scarah Screams.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': Strong Sad, Pom Pom, Perry Palaroncini & Peacey P. And Stop Sign, Stom Stom, Sickly Sam, Rumble Red, Pan Pan, Szechuan Steve, The Teach, The Thnikkaman, Moth Mouth, Brett Bretterson, [[ShoutOut Bill Bellamy]], Sir Hotbod Handsomeface, Wireless Wizard, Ogg Oggerson, Flash Fight, and Fox Face. Thank you, [[http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php/Characters HRWiki.]]
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Ruby Rose, Blake Belladonna, Glynda Goodwitch, Peter Port, Penny Polendina, Arslan Altan and Melanie and Miltia Malachite.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* [[UsefulNotes/{{UNIX}} Ubuntu]] developers has [[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DevelopmentCodeNames "Funky Fairy" naming system]] (Adjective+ Animal) for releases, from ''Warty Warthog'' (the first) to ''Raring Ringtail'' (current). Naturally, this caused a storm of Ubuntu jokes after [[http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/07/18/linus_torvalds_digg/ certain statements]] from Linus Torvalds (just click the "comments" link there).
* ''VideoGame/Halo2'' ARG ''ARG/ILoveBees'' has James James and his daughter Janissary. For a bit of potential FridgeLogic, James James ('yeah, J-Squared') is a false name picked by Janissary's father, likely on the grounds that it's so ridiculous and uncreative that nobody would question it.
* ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'': Linkara discussed this trope when he reviewed ''Action Comics #252'' (pictured above), and he noticed that it also applies to him as well, since his real name is Lewis Lovhaug.
* ''WebVideo/TheGuild'': Vork's real name is Herman Holden. There's also Wade Wei in season 2.
* ''Literature/TailsOfFame'' has Rast Racklyn. Bonus points for also being a rat.
* The ''Roleplay/LeagueOfIntergalacticCosmicChampions'' has Rocket Ranger, Crimson Crossbow, Tammy Tembar...
* ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'': Whatever Lucy's last name is, it begins with the letter L. Jonas apparently knows her full name, as he is able to find her apartment by looking for someone with same-lettered initials.
* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'':
** William Wilson was the original name of Tennyo.
** There's also others, like Scrambler, a.k,a Joanne Jackie "Jay-Jay" Jendleschmidt.
** Apparently, this was common in their equivalent of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks; at one point, an older supervillain [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this.
* The villain Freedom Fighter from ''Literature/StoneBurners''.
* The ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' has two stand-out examples with Mark Milton (the SecretIdentity of heroic crimefighter Ulti-Man) and Steve Stephens (the SecretIdentity of Defender). Defender gets extra points for not only having an alliterative name, but for it being the same basic name. This is to be expected, as it is a SuperHero setting.
* ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' has this in SPADES: Aiden Ambrose, Waldo Woodrow, Paris Persphone, Adam Amato, Andi Ayala, Brendan Bedard, Christian Cohen, Debrah and Deliah Dollop, Wade Wilson (not [[ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} THAT Wade Wilson]] ([[{{Expy}} but not entirely NOT that Wade Wilson]])), Nicholas Nutbrown, Mary [=McKay=], Denise Dupuis, Branca [[MemeticMutation "IT'S A STEAK"]] Braunstein, Jessica Jones, Bobby Barron, Jonathan Jarocki, Christoper Carlson (a self-insert of Cody Cromarty, his handler), Mike Maszer, Mike Moretti, Gary Griffith, Joss "Jojo" Joiner, Carla Conners, Frankie Fiametta, and Miranda Merchant.
* Literature/GrandmasterOfTheft's Cassidy Cain
* ''Blog/{{LIS_DEAD}}'' seems to have lots of these: Dramatic Detective, Mysterious Mr. M[[spoiler:, and Zodiac Zack.]]
* ''[[http://ochrejelly.deviantart.com/art/Pete-Vs-The-Grumpy-Gremlins-154594514 Pete Vs. The Grumpy Gremlins]]'' by [=OchreJelly=] on Website/DeviantArt.\\
"Original title: Pete the Plucky Paladin Penguin versus the Gooey Grumbling Grumpy Gremlins.\\
This is kinda what happens when I'm reflecting on things in life, and all coffee'd up."
* A few [[MemeticMutation meme characters]] like '''S'''cumbag '''S'''teve, '''B'''ad-Luck '''B'''rian, '''G'''ood-Guy '''G'''reg, and the '''F'''oul-Bachelor '''F'''rog.
* In the classic superhero tradition, the main character of Literature/{{Brennus}} has the full name of Basileus Bartholomew Balthasar Brant-Blake. One wonders what his parents were thinking, but Basil must have liked it, as his superhero alter ego is called Brennus, continuing the "B" theme.
* Exploited in WebVideo/DemoReel, as '''D'''onnie '''D'''upre is the fake name of [[spoiler: Jimmy Boyd]], a FormerChildStar who was so abused by HorribleHollywood he felt the need to create a new identity.
* In ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'', Fantöm's real name is Max Middle.
* On [[Roleplay/DCUnitedWeStand DC: United We Stand]], in addition to the canon characters with alliterative names, we also have Detective Warren White.
* The nicknames for crafts in WebVideo/LifeHacksForKids can sometimes have these. For example, "Fabulous Fan Tent".
* The titular town in ''Blog/CrossingKevinsCrossing'', and Mathew Myers in ''Water Tower''

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