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Boomer

Boomer may refer to:

Contents

  • People 1
  • Places 2
  • Animals 3
  • Fictional characters 4
    • Comics 4.1
    • Video games 4.2
    • Television 4.3
    • Others 4.4
  • Sports 5
    • Teams 5.1
    • Mascots 5.2
  • In the military 6
  • Other uses 7
  • See also 8

People

Places

Animals

Fictional characters

Comics

  • Owen Mercer, the current Captain Boomerang in the DC Comics universe, nicknamed "Boomer"
  • Rotor Walrus, a character from Sonic the Hedgehog (comics), nicknamed "Boomer" in early issues
  • Tabitha Smith, a Marvel Comics comic book superhero, formerly called Boomer
  • a canine character, leader of the catapult all cats into the sun meetings in Pooch Cafe

Video games

  • Boomers, a faction of xenophobic people in Fallout: New Vegas.
  • The Boomer, a recurring Special Infected in the Left 4 Dead series.
  • Boomers, heavily armored soldiers of the locust horde in the Gears of war series.
  • Boomer, a character in the Skylanders video game, known for wielding explosives enthusiastically.
  • Boomer, a playable clown character in the Ballz fighting game
  • Boomer, a character that appeared in Super Mario RPG
  • Boomer, a pixl in the game Super Paper Mario

Television

Others

  • Boomer, the alter ego of Tom DeLonge
  • Boomer, a woodpecker in the 1981 animated Disney film The Fox and the Hound
  • Captain Boomer, a British whaling ship captain who appears briefly in Herman Melville's Moby Dick
  • Boomer, the redhead tomboy in Burger King Kids Club advertising
  • Boomer, a monument statue by western artist Harold T. Holden, located in Enid, Oklahoma, dedicated in 1987

Sports

Teams

Mascots

In the military

Other uses

See also

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