“Final Fantasy IV features four Elemental Lords named Rubicante, Scarmiglione, Barbariccia, and Cagnazzo, after members of the Malebranche. A mid-game boss, Calcabrina, also has the name of a Malebranche demon. Also, there exists a superboss in the DS version named Geryon.” —Wikipedia
Konami’s Video Game, Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow (2005)
“Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow feature several spear-wielding flying demons named after the Malebranche: Cagnazzo, Scarmaglione, Rubicant, Draghignazzo, Barbariccia and Malacoda. Rubicant and Scarmaglione are mistranslated as ‘Lubicant’ and ‘Skull Millione.’” —Wikipedia
Draghignazzo – Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (2005)
“Draghignazzo is an enemy in Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow. He is one of the guardians of the dungeons of Hell. He is quite the pessimist.” —Wikivania: Encyclopedia of Darkness, August 20, 2019
Learn more about Konami’s 2005 video game Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow here.
Calcabrina – Wolverine and the X-Men
“A witch that harvests souls for Azazel. Became a temporary ally to Frankenstein’s Monster, using her magic to brainwash some of the faculty of the Jean Grey School into believing they were members of the Murder Circus.
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First Appearance: Wolverine and the X-Men #19 (December, 2012)” –“Calcabrina (Earth-616),” Marvel Database Wiki, March 30,2018