John - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • John (John and Gillian), appearing in the Doctor Who TV comic strip
  • John (Tomorrow People), appearing in the children's science-fiction TV series The Tomorrow People
  • John from Cincinnati, eponymous TV character
  • John, the head of the Visitors force in the science-fiction franchise V
  • Red John, the antagonist of The Mentalist
  • Master Chief (Halo) (John Sierra-117), main character in the critically acclaimed Halo video game series
  • Big Boss (Metal Gear), whose real name is John, one of the main characters from the video game series Metal Gear

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