|Lotton the Wizard|
|Name||Lotton the Wizard|
|Weapon||Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer (Dual Wield)|
|Manga||Chapter 39: Greenback Jane Part 2|
|Anime||Episode 16: Greenback Jane|
|Japanese Anime Voice||Tomokazu Sugita|
|English Anime Voice||Samuel Vincent|
Lotton the Wizard (ロットン・“ザ・ウィザード Rotton 'Za Wizādo) is a mysterious-looking man and one of the bounty hunters hired to capture "Greenback" Jane.
He has silver hair, wears a black trenchcoat and shaded glasses, and speaks in a light voice. His weapon of choice is one or more Mauser C96(s) with an extended magazine, although it's unknown whether this is an actual Mauser or a foreign version of the gun. He does not drink alcohol (he claims he's allergic to it). He always wants to make a cool entrance before a fight, which often causes trouble for himself. He gets shot by Revy when he tries to make a fancy entrance. It is implied that he is not a mighty fighter, but a poser. However, he did survive a fall from atop a warehouse building after getting shot due to his Kevlar vest, so the full extent of his abilities is still in question. He worked with Sawyer and Shenhua in helping Garcia fight off the Colombian Cartel, who were trying to kill Roberta.
He is also one of the few bounty hunters to survive the manhunt for Jane. After the battle takes off in the sea, he gets up and aids a gravely wounded Shenhua and Sawyer. Due to the uncommon act of kind-heartedness, Shenhua comments that he is not the type to kill and would be better as a host in a bordello, but Lotton claims that he is too clumsy for that. He is seen playing video games with Sawyer at Shenhua's residence in chapter 57 of the manga. Revy refers him as being more of a gigolo than a gunman; in addition, Revy forgets that she shot Lotton during the Greenback Jane incident (she shot him on reflex) causing Shenhua and Sawyer to mock his lack of presence.
- Lotton has a strong resemblance to Raiden, a main protagonist of the Metal Gear series, as well as Sakamoto Tatsuma, a supporting character from the anime series Gintama.
- In the First Popularity Poll, Lotton ranked 11th place.