A list of PEACE PARTY's characters, with tribal affiliations (if any), brief descriptions, and stories they appeared in (if any).
Billy Honanie (Hopi/Tewa/other)—brooding, intellectual lawyer. Also known as Rain Falling. #0-up.
Drew Quyatt (Hopi/Tewa/other)—animated, undisciplined artist. Also known as Snake Standing. #0-up.
Oliver Gee (Navajo)—uncompromising political activist, Billy and Drew's best friend. #0-1, 2 (addendum), 3, 5.
Chack Namoki (Hopi)—religious leader, farmer, Drew's clan godfather. #1, 2 (addendum), 3-5.
Pearl Masayesva (Hopi)—school teacher, volunteer for social programs. #3, 5.
Louis Honanie (Hopi/Tewa)—bitter father. No appearance yet.
Audrey Honanie (Laguna/Navajo/white)—loving mother (deceased). No appearance yet.
Mary Honanie (Hopi/Tewa/other)—remote younger sister. No appearance yet.
Leticia Quyatt (Hopi/Tewa)—overbearing mother. #3.
Zeke Quyatt (San Juan/San Ildefonso/Santa Clara)—passive father. #3 (cameo).
Jonathan Quyatt (Hopi/Tewa/other)—responsible older brother (deceased?). No appearance yet.
Nicole "Nickie" Quyatt (Hopi/Tewa/other)—nurturing younger sister. #3.
Russell Quyatt (Hopi/Tewa/other)—angry younger brother. #3 (cameo).
Floyd Montoya (Hopi)—hard-nosed Hopi Ranger. #0, 4.
Dennis Nahee (Hopi)—easy-going Hopi Ranger. #0, 4.
Arthur Scapulsky—ruthless gang leader. Also known as Scope. #1-2.
Anthony—one of Scope's gang members. #1-2.
Ernie Perkins—one of Scope's gang members. #1-2.
Bob Yamaguchi—bird-watching bystander. #1-2.
Dan Martinez—Justice For All reporter. #1, 5.
Jemm Begay (Navajo)—Justice for All reporter. #1, 5.
Mike Griffith—general manager of Sherman Mining Co. #1, 3-5.
Horace Sampson—typical American tourist, dad. #1-5.
Madge Sampson—typical American tourist, mom. #1-5.
Leeza Sampson—typical American tourist, daughter. #1-5.
Brad Sampson—typical American tourist, son. #1-5.
Midgie Sampson—typical American tourist, baby. #1-5.
Evelyn Rodriguez—legally-blind ranch owner. #2.
Sheila Swain—Highway Patrol officer. #2.
Jaime del Olmo—National Inquisitor reporter. #2.
Manhandler—freelance "security consultant." #2, 4-5.
Frank Glower—businessman (deceased). #2.
Hermann Hecht—businessman. Also known as Petro the Petrified. #2-5.
Ilsa Hecht—wife of Hermann Hecht, Frank Glower (deceased). #2.
Fred (Hopi)—inquisitive student. #3.
John "Jack" Smith—managing partner at Smith, Jones, Rodham, and Brown. #3.
Lionel Dean (Navajo)—sheep rancher. #3-4.
No. 11—escaped llama. #3-4.
Wurtz—obnoxious lawyer at Smith, Jones, Rodham, and Brown. #3.
Dr. Rubin—Hopi veterinarian. #3.
A.C.—Navajo juvenile delinquent. #4. Gordo—Navajo juvenile delinquent. #4. Tucker—Navajo juvenile delinquent. #4. Helen—Clerk at Mom 'n' Pop Kiefer's convenience store. #4. Andrew Weber—New Ager, would-be composer. #4.
Ida Luna—Navajo who lives near the Sherman Mine. #4.
Foster James—Navajo who lives near the Sherman Mine, former Sherman geologist. #4.
Loon—Native superhero. No appearance yet.
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