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This is a list of angels in fiction. For angels in theology, see the list of theological angels.

§A



  • Amelia Harvey (Film, Casper)
  • Abdiel (Literature, John Milton)
  • Anna (Supernatural))
  • Angel (Comics, Mauricio de Sousa)
  • Allatar, one of the Blue Wizards (Middle-earth novels by J.R.R. Tolkien)
  • Aziraphale (Literature, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman)
  • Aule the Smith, Maker of the Dwarves (Middle-earth novels)
  • Auriel (Diablo 2 (Video Games))

§B


List of fictional angels
  • Balthamos (Literature His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman)
  • Baruch (Literature His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman)
  • Balthazar (Supernatural)
  • Bartholomew (Supernatural)

§C



  • Castiel (Television, Supernatural)
  • Clarence Oddbody (Film, It's a Wonderful Life)

§D



  • Daniel (Literature Fallen Series Lauren Kate)
  • Durin's Bane (the Balrog of Moria) (Middle-earth novels)

§E



  • Ezekiel (Supernatural)

§G



  • Gandalf, in the Middle-earth franchise by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Gabriel (Supernatural)
  • Gadreel (Supernatural) - Gadreel is the angel who possesses Sam in Season 9 of the show
  • Glund is the Oyarsa or Ruler of the planet Jupiter. Ransom describes him and Lurga as being rulers of giant worlds, ancient angels who can't be set in any of the two genres we can understand. Glund is based in the Greek god Zeus (C. S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength)
  • The Grandpa (Santa's Slay)
  • Gothmog, Lord of the Balrogs (Middle-earth novels)

§I



  • Iarwain Ben-adar (Middle-earth novels by J.R.R. Tolkien)
  • Illium (Literature, Nalini Singh)
  • Islington (Neverwhere) (Television, Literature) Neil Gaiman
  • Ithuriel (Literature, John Milton)
  • Inarius (Diablo 2 (Video Games))
  • Imperius (Diablo 2 (Video Games))
  • Itherael (Diablo 2 (Video Games))
  • Izual (Diablo 2 (Video Games))

§L



  • Lurga is the Oyarsa or Ruler of the planet Saturn. Ransom describes him and Glund as being rulers of giant worlds, ancient angels who can't be set in any of the two genres we can understand. Lurga is based in the Greek Titan Kronos and the Roman god Saturn (C. S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength)
  • Lorien, the Forest Master (J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth novels)

§M



  • Mandos, aka Namo, the Master of Death (J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth novels)
  • Malachi (Supernatural)
  • Malacandra is the Oyarsa or Ruler of the planet Mars. Malacandra is based in the Greek god Mars (C. S. Lewis's Out of the Silent Planet)
  • Metatron (His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman)
  • Metatron (Supernatural)
  • Malthael (Diablo 2 (Video Games))
  • Manwë, the Master of the Winds from Tolkien, husband of Varda.

§N



  • Naomi (Supernatural)
  • Neruval is the Oyarsa or Ruler of the planet Uranus. He didn't appear in any of the books of the trilogy, and he hasn't been described in any way, though he has been mentioned.

§P



  • Pallando, one of the Blue Wizards (Middle-earth novels)
  • Perelandra is the Oyarsa or Ruler of the planet Venus. Perelandra is based in the Greek goddess Aphrodite (C. S. Lewis's Perelandra)

§O



  • Osse (Middle-earth novels)

§R



  • Rachel (Supernatural)
  • Radagast (The Middle-earth franchise by J.R.R. Tolkien)
  • Raphael (Supernatural)
  • Raphael, aka Abram Rickards (Shadowmancer)
  • Raziel (Literature The Mortal Instruments Series Cassandra Clare)

§S



  • Sauron, the Middle-earth franchise by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Saruman, Middle-earth franchise
  • Samandriel, (Supernatural)
  • Seth, (City of Angels)
  • Solaris, (Sonic the Hedgehog (2006))

§T



  • Tyrael (Diablo 2 (Video Games))
  • Tulkas the Strong, the defeater of Melkor (Middle-earth novels)

§U



  • Uinen (Middle-earth novels)
  • Ungoliant (Middle-earth novels)
  • Ulmo (J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth novels)
  • Uriel (Supernatural)

§V



  • Viritrilbia is the Oyarsa or Ruler of the planet Mercury, described as the herald of knowledge and the angel closest to the sun. Viritrilbia is based in the Greek god Hermes (C. S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength)
  • Vaire the Weaver, wife of Mandos (J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth novels)
  • Varda is the Queen of the Stars in Tolkien's writings. She is based on Aphrodite and Hera of Greek myth.

§X



  • Xaphania (Literature His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman)
  • Xas (Literature The Vintner's Luck by Elizabeth Knox)

§Y



  • Yavanna Kementari, Queen of the Earth (J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth novels)
  • Yerzinia is the sister of Satan in G.P. Taylor's novel Wormwood.

§Z



  • Zachariah (Television, Supernatural)
  • Zauriel (DC Comics)


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