Black Hood appears in 120 issues.
One of the Archie Line's first Superheroes and a Crusader. Updated as a accidental crusader. The version appearing in Blue Ribbon Comics #2-4, and Top-Notch Comics #3-25 is in the Public Domain.
Doc Reeves, is not actually a Doctor. Doc was a nickname he picked up as a child. Malcolm Reeves was an inventor and mechanical genius who created a unique wet suit for under sea exploration that became his uniform on his adventures with the Mighty Crusaders.
The Firefly is a golden age hero published by Archie comics; his secret identity is Harley Hudson, an entomologist and chemist.
The version appearing in Top-Notch #8-27 is in the Public Domain.
Head of Project Shield.
Dr Robert Dickering was saved by The Devil during the American Civil War on the 25th April 1864, in Cleveland County. To this day his mission is to track down evil men & kill those who will never repent.
Dr. Malcolm Flemming, is raising his son Roger to use the untapped portions of the human brain. Communists spies kill Dr. Flemming; the Strong's raise Roger as thier son.
His dark purple costume seemed designed to blend into the night, except for its bright yellow cape. He paid homage to his namesake by including tiny horn-like protrusions on his cowl.
Boy sidekick to the Wizard.
One of the old Archie/MLJ characters revived by D.C.
Like Superman, Steel Sterling is known in his adventures as the Man of Steel.
Predating Captain America as the first U.S. patriotic superhero, the Shield has gone through many incarnations over the decades.
John Raymond was born rich and spoiled. But when his inaction caused his brother's death, he became a man his father would be proud of, seeking to redeem himself as the high tech Hero known as The Web.
The Wizard has psionic powers and a photographic memory.
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