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A minion is a loyal servant of another person.

Minion may refer to:


  • Computing 1
  • Arts and entertainment 2
  • People 3
  • Other uses 4
  • See also 5


Arts and entertainment

  • Maelstrom's Minions, Marvel Comics supervillains Gronk, Helio, and Phobius that work for Maelstrom
  • Mandarin's Minions, a group of Marvel Comics villains led by and brought together by The Mandarin
  • Minion (comics), a DC Comics superhero who was a member of the Teen Titans
  • Minion Hunter, a board game originally released in 1992 by Games Designers Workshop
  • Minions (video game), a 2008 Flash game featured on the Casual Collective website
  • Minions of Mirth, a 2005 role-playing game for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows by Prairie Games, Inc
  • Minions, creatures from the Despicable Me franchise
    • Minions (film), a 2015 animated film based on the creatures from the Despicable Me franchise
  • Overlord: Minions, a 2009 puzzle video game for the Nintendo DS
  • The creatures controlled by the player character in Overlord
  • The Minion, a 1998 American and Canadian action supernatural horror film directed by Jean-Marc Piché
  • Minion, the title character's best friend from the animated film Megamind
  • Minions, Blair Waldorf's followers at Constance Billard School in the television show Gossip Girl
  • Minion (Chatting Widget), a chatting widget that runs on Web browsers
  • Minion, a character from the video game series Twisted Metal


Other uses

See also

  • Mignon
  • Minyan, a quorum of Jewish men needed for certain religious purposes
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