All the following comic book and cartoon characters have been outed in plots as being of the Anglican persuasion. 

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Invisible Woman (Susan Storm Richards) MARVEL
Batman (Bruce Wayne) DC
Human Torch (Johnny Storm) MARVEL
The Beast (Hank McCoy) MARVEL
Phoenix (Jean Grey) MARVEL
Alfred Pennyworth DC
Angel (Warren Worthington III) MARVEL
Lex Luthor (lapsed) DC
Edwin Jarvis MARVEL
Franklin Richards MARVEL
Psylocke (Betsy Braddock) MARVEL & MARVEL UK
Elizabeth Braddock MARVEL UK
Chamber (Jonothon Starsmore) MARVEL
Pilot of the Future (Dan Dare) EAGLE
Ebenezer Scrooge MARVEL
The Squire (Percy Sheldrake) DC
Jamie Braddock (nominal) MARVEL & MARVEL UK
Captain Britain (Brian Braddock) MARVEL & MARVEL UK
Vixen (Mari Jiwe McCabe) (lapsed) DC
Saturn Girl (Imra Ardeen) (but might be Catholic) DC
Cassidy (Proinsias Cassidy) (lapsed) DC & VERTIGO
American Dad (Stan Smith) FOX
Dash (Dashiell Robert Parr) DISNEY-PIXAR
Elastigirl (Helen Parr) DISNEY-PIXAR
Whitney Fordman WB
Mr. Incredible (Bob Parr) DISNEY-PIXAR
Foggy, Candace & Edward Nelson MARVEL
Valeria Richards MARVEL
General Ryker MARVEL
Shrinking Violet (Violet Parr) DISNEY-PIXAR
Francine & Steve Smith
Dr. Franklin Storm MARVEL
Dr. Thomas Wayne DC
Marvel Girl (went on to found Askani religion) MARVEL
Gideon Turkel MARVEL
Hush (Tommy Elliot) (lapsed) DC
Hayley Smith (lapsed) FOX
The Hound (Laurence Lomax) (lapsed) AMERICA'S BEST COMICS
Owlman (Thomas Wayne Jr.) (lapsed) DC
The Cannon (Reverend Bagsy Hawsley) DC
>Reverend Earl James DC
Pastor Liam MARVEL
John Maddox MARVEL
Reverend Jackson Tolliver MARVEL
Father Donovan FOX
The Crusader (Perseus Ablemarle) MARVEL UK
Multiple Man (Jamie Madrox) (and Buddhist) MARVEL
Pocahontas (Matoaka) (convert) DISNEY
Henrietta Hunter MARVEL



  1. Batman had an RC period, there, but gave it up for Lent.

    I’m surprised – given that they mention a literary character like Scrooge – that they don’t mention the Reverend Syn, aka the Scarecrow of Romney Marsh.

    I’m very pleased the Incredibles are Episcopalian.

  2. The Invisible Woman is Episcopalian? I would have thought RC for sure!

    Okay. I resisted because I wanted to give someone else the chance.

    Invisible Woman has to be Episcopalian because:

    She’s married to a scientifically-minded humanist who’s flexible in all things.

    She’s good friends with a Jewish man – in fact, he’s her rock!

    Her brother’s flaming.

    Benny would never allow her to be RC.