Milo - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • Brin Milo, a character in Dan Abnett's Warhammer 40,000 novel series
  • Milo, a rodent-like mammal in the Stranger From the Mysterious Above episode of the American television series The Land Before Time
  • Milo, the main character in Norton Juster's children's classic The Phantom Tollbooth
  • Milo (Chatran in the original Japanese version), the orange tabby cat in the film Koneko Monogatari, known in English as The Adventures of Milo and Otis
  • Milo, Stanley's dog in The Mask
  • Milo Bloom, the resident journalist in Berkeley Breathed's comic strip Bloom County
  • Milo Kerrigan, a "punch-drunk" boxer in the Australian television series Full Frontal
  • Milo Minderbinder, a character in Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22
  • Milo Pressman, a computer analyst in the American television series 24
  • Milo Rambaldi, a medieval alchemist, engineer and mystic in the American television series Alias
  • Milo James Thatch, the main character in the Disney animated films Atlantis: The Lost Empire and Atlantis: Milo's Return
  • Professor Milo, an enemy of Batman in the DC Comics universe
  • Scorpio Milo, a character from the Saint Seiya series of manga created by Masami Kurumada
  • Milo Weener, a character in the BBC children's television programme Tweenies
  • Milo from Fish Hooks
  • Milo Jackson was the station manager played by Michael McKean in the 1994 movie Airheads

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