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The Losers Club are the protagonists of Stephen King's novel It. They are a group of seven children, with six boys (later men) and one girl (later a woman) and they have unhappy lives which unite them. They are bullying victims of Henry Bowers and struggle to overcome the title antagonist.
- William "Bill" Denbrough - He is the leader of the group
- Benjamin "Ben" Hanscom - He is a member of the group
- Beverly "Bev" Marsh (later Rogan)- She is the only female member of the group
- Richard "Richie" Tozier - He is a member of the group
- Edward "Eddie" Kaspbrak (deceased) - He was killed by It when in a second fight
- Michael "Mike" Hanlon is the only African-American member of the group and the last to join.
- Stanley "Stan" Uris (deceased) - He does not return to fight It for a second time
- It/Pennywise the Dancing Clown - Archenemy
- Henry Bowers - Bully and Enemy
- The Bowers' Gang - Enemies
- Greta Bowie - Bully and Enemy of Beverly Marsh