1) by Inio Asano

2) by Philippe Caza

3) Gantz by Hiroya Oku

4) Miyamoto Musashi by Takehiko Inoue

5) Dylan Dog by Fabio Celoni (from “I raminghi dell'autunno”, Dylan Dog n. 333)

6) Gon by Masashi Tanaka   (via)

7) Berserk by Kentaro Miura

8) by Davide De Cubellis

9) by Andrea Pazienza

10) by Glen Orbik

basic Eliksni naming convention

Eliksni names appear to have a suffix attached to their names, which is identified below:

-iks (Variks, Taniks)
-is (Drevis, Vekis, Chelchis)
-sis (Riksis, Draksis)

-or (Aksor, Grayor)
-( r)ixas (Virixas, Parixas)

-ek (Yavek)
-ar (Keldar)
-kin (Paskin)
-ik (Beltrik)

literally no idea, or possibly just uncreative usage:
-las/as/s (Skolas)

- Prime Servitors seem to favor the “-iks” suffix (Sepiks, Orbiks, Kaliks, Simiks)
- Any name ending with a “s” seems to be most common. The letters “i” and “k” are also widely used in conjunction with other letters