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Boomer may refer to:
- 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
- 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: Legend Of The Seven Stars
- Boomer, a pixl in the game Super Paper Mario
- Boomer, an anthropomorphic tug boat from the 1989 TV series, Tugs
- Boomer (Bubblegum Crisis), a fictional synthetic life form developed by Katsuhito Stingray in the anime series Bubblegum Crisis
- Boomer (Lilo & Stitch), experiment 288 from Lilo & Stitch: The Series
- Lieutenant Boomer, a character in the 1978 television series Battlestar Galactica
- Sharon Valerii, a character in the 2004 re-imagined series Battlestar Galactica, known by her call-sign "Boomer"
- Boomer, one of the two Targetmaster partners of Autobot chemist Quickmix in Transformers
- Boomer, the blond hair member of the Rowdyruff Boys, a trio of villains in the animated series The Powerpuff Girls
- Boomer, the title character, a dog, in the 1980 TV series Here's Boomer
- Boomer is the name of Jasmine Dubrow's (played by Vivica A. Fox) dog in the movie Independence Day
- Boomer Parker, one of the two protagonists of Pair of Kings
- Boomer, Tom DeLonge's character in the video for First Date by Blink-182
- Boomer, one of the main protagonists in the TV series Redakai: Conquer the Kairu.
- 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 from the Burger King Kids Club
- Chris Berman, ESPN sportscaster
- Ron Blomberg (born 1948), Major League Baseball player
- Boomer Castleman, American singer-songwriter and guitarist
- Boomer Esiason, former National Football League quarterback
- Boomer Grigsby (born 1981), American football fullback
- Brent Harvey, professional Australian rules footballer
- Boomer Phillips, comedian and television personality
- George Scott (first baseman), Major League Baseball player
- David Wells, Major League Baseball pitcher
- Boomer Township, Wilkes County, North Carolina
- Boomer, West Virginia
- Boomers! Parks, a theme park / family entertainment center chain owned by Palace Entertainment
- Australia men's national basketball team, officially nicknamed "Australian Boomers"
- Bulleen Boomers, a basketball club based in Bulleen, a north-eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Calgary Boomers, a former professional association football team in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
- Boomer (K9) the dog, the Port Vale F.C. mascot
- Boomer (Pacers Mascot), the mascot of the Indiana Pacers
- Boomer the Bear, the mascot for the Spokane Chiefs WHL hockey team
- Boomer and Sooner, the two mascots of the University of Oklahoma
- Buzz and Boomer, the official mascots of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers
- Boomer the Bulldog, the mascot of Dean College sports
- A ballistic missile submarine in American naval slang
- Boomer, a freeware pharmacokinetic modeling software
- Boomers (Oklahoma settlers), advocates for the opening of the Unassigned Lands of Oklahoma Territory for settlement
- The Boomers (band), a Canadian rock band hailing from Ontario
- Baby boomer, someone who was born during the period following World War II
- The Boomer Project, a market research firm, headquartered in Richmond, Virginia
- Boom (disambiguation)
- All pages with titles containing "boomer"
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