I'm out on the street again
And I'm leaping along.
I'm dressed right for a beach fight,
But I just can't explain
Why that uncertain feeling is still here in my brain"
- Long Hot Summer, by Eric Stephenson and artist Jamie McKelvie, follows a young mod in Southern California during the revival of the 1980s.
- Although she's technically the godess of Britpop, the Goddess Britannia in Phonogram sports a mod look. (She's also drawn by Jamie McKelvie.)
- 2003 Oni Press miniseries Scooter Girl.
- Blue Monday, by the same writer as Scooter Girl.
- DC Comics 1960s teen humour title Swing With Scooter centred around a scooter riding Mod.
- Dave Gibbons' graphic novel The Originals is about futuristic hover-bike-riding mods in a dystopian society.
- Most of the cast of Quadrophenia. The film, based on the album by The Who, follows Jimmy, a young mod, as he pops pills, rides his scooter, and stares aimlessly out at the ocean trying to find himself.
- There is a gang of Mods in SLC Punk!. They are portrayed as the punks' rivals, excepting one who moves freely between social groups.
- The titular hero of the Austin Powers movies sports what is basically a caricatured mod style.
- Several characters in the 2010 film of Brighton Rock, which is set in 1964 and uses the Brighton Beach Riots as a backdrop.
- Mick Jagger looks sharp even when playing a Gunslinger in Ned Kelly. At one point he wears a frilly shirt, pointy boots and velvet coat that could have come straight from Carnaby Street.
- The rivalry between Mods and Rockers featured prominently in one episode of Inspector George Gently.
- In an episode of The Mighty Boosh, our heroes are confronted by suit-clad Mod Wolves. Vince has declared himself King of the Mods, so the wolves are no threat.
- In Doctor Who, the Twelfth Doctor's costume is supposed to evoke a "Mod Man in a Box".
- As an Agent Peacock, the Third Doctor's costume was inspired by the Swinging London look of the late 1960s.
- Bad Machinery: The 2014 chapter, "The Case Of The Modern Men", involves a resurgence of mod culture in the comic's setting of Tackleford, complete with scooters and conflict with local rockers.