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- "I, Davros" A Doctor Who spinoff series of audio dramas.
Films — Live-Action
- I, an Actress, a 1977 short film of an improvised screen test
- I, Madman, 1989 horror film.
- I, the Jury a noir featuring Mike Hammer. Based on the book by Mickey Spillane.
- I, Mobster, a 1958 movie based on the novel of the same name.
- I, Monster, a 1971 adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
- I, Robot, a 2004 loose adaptation of the collection of short stories with the same name.
- I, Zombie (full title with Colon Cancer is I, Zombie: The Chronicles of Pain) is a British film from 1998.
- I, Frankenstein, a 2014 film.
- I, Claudius, possibly the Ur-Example.
- I, Robot by Isaac Asimov, definitely the Trope Codifier.
- I, Pencil, an influential 1958 essay about how markets produce things (like pencils) that no single person is capable of making
- "I, Robot", an unrelated short story by Eando Binder (which actually predates the Asimov by about a decade, and may have inspired its title).
- Isaac Asimov parodied himself with a late autobiography called I. Asimov: A Memoir, where the different punctuation transforms the pronoun into an initial.
- I, Vampire: The Confessions of a Vampire — His Life, His Loves, His Strangest Desires ... by Michael Romkey - You get the feeling they just couldn't bring themselves to use such an undescriptive title and trust it to stand on its own merits.
- I, Strahd by P. Elrod, memoirs of titular vampire, set in Ravenloft.
- I, Sniper: A Bob Lee Swagger Novel by Stephen Hunter
- I, the Jury a noir by Mickey Spillane featuring Mike Hammer. Also became a movie.
- I, Monster: Serial Killers in Their Own Chilling Words by Tom Philbin
- I, Q, a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel featuring Q (and riffing off the intelligence test of the same name).
- I, Tyrant — AD&D2 sourcebook about beholders (a pun on "eye tyrant").
- I, Weapon, a 70s sci-fi novel about the breeding of the ultimate living weapon from several human subspecies to fight an alien threat.
- I, Jedi, the only Star Wars Legends novel to be written entirely in the first person.
- Cory Doctorow has short stories called both "I, Robot" and "I, Rowboat."
- "I Cthulhu or, What's A Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing In A Sunken City Like This (Latitude 47° 9' S, Longitude 126° 43' W)?," by Neil Gaiman.
- I, Lucifer by Glenn Duncan.
- I, Ba'al, a short story set in the Stargate-verse.
- Week Ending: Cabinet Leaks had a parody autobiography of Carol Thatcher called I, Carol. And every time she refers to herself in the first person it's "I, Carol," to the editor's despair.
- I, Partridge: We Need to Talk About Alan the "autobiography" of Alan Partridge.
- I—Alien by Michael Reaves, with illustrations by comics artist Terry Austin
- The "acto-biography" of Nigel Planer's pretentious luvvie character Nicholas Craig has the intentionally clunky title I, an Actor: Another Great Actor Exposes Himself.
- "I Robot, You Jane", a Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 1 episode.
- "I, Borg," a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode — a significant title, as the hiveminded Borg attach no importance to individuals. (Strictly speaking, the official episode title, and the one on production records, is "I Borg" with no comma. It's still an example.)
- The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air ends with a string of these, including "I, Whoops There It Is" and "I, Done."
- "I, Rowboat" was the title of a Conan O'Brien parody of the then-recent Will Smith I, Robot movie.
- "I, Mudd," a Star Trek: The Original Series episode.
- "I, E.T.," a Farscape episode.
- "I, Murdoch", from Murdoch Mysteries, which features a fake Steam Punk robot.
- I, Lovett, a sitcom starring Norman Lovett with a The Danza Epunymous Title.
- "I, Witness" is a season 7 episode of Castle.
- A more subtle example is the name of the series iZombie, an adaptation of the comic book listed above.
- Musical about Roy Keane: I, Keano
- I, Robot, an arcade game released in the 80s.
- I, Mario, the attempt at a more realistic Super Mario Bros..