Dan Garret appears in 216 issues.
Now in the Public Domain, American Crusader is a Golden Age superhero who has appeared in various comic books by different publishers.
Ralph Payne was a member of a U.S. intelligence agency. Feeling that he could not effectively fight crime in his civilian guise, he turns to costumed crime fighting, becoming Arrow.
Golden Age character published by Standard Comics, Eclipse, AC Comics, America's Best Comics and Dynamite Entertainment. Black Terror has been described as a Superman-Batman-Punisher hybrid. He has been a member of Project SuperPowers and now Masks both published by Dynamite Entertainment.
Just a regular high school student from El Paso, Texas, Jaime gained the Scarab after Ted Kord lost it. With the Scarab he has great power and uses that power to protect the innocent.
Humiliated in his own time-period, the 25th century, Michael Jon Carter stole future technology and a security robot named Skeets and traveled back into the 20th century to become the greatest hero you've never heard of: Booster Gold!
Nathaniel Adam was coerced into an experiment which bonded alien metal to his skin and sent him 18 years into the future, giving birth to Captain Atom, a superhero fueled by the Quantum Field.
Having suffered personally from the horrors of warfare, Capt. Battle resolves to put an end to it.
Captain Courageous first appeared in Banner #1 back in 1941.
The Other Man of Tomorrow
Charley Storm is an ace reporter in York City.
Granddaughter of the first Blue Beetle, Dan Garrett.
After his parents were killed, Bart Hill originally took up the crime fighting guise as the boomerang wielding Daredevil. A character who has fallen into the Public Domain, Bart Hill has appeared in various comic books as the Death-Defying Devil, Reddevil, and Devil by different companies.
Dr. Franz was a pharmacist and scientist, and was the inventor of Vitamin 2X, which provided Dan Garret his super-human abilities.
The Fighting Yank is a Superhero who fought in World War II.
Frank Jesse is a plane inventor who was murdered by Borgo the Mirror Murder.
Gina Norel is an agent for the C.I.B.
Hydroman (Bob Blake) first appeared in Eastern Color Publishing's Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics #1 in the 1940s. He currently appears as Hydro in Dynamite's Project Superpowers series.
Just another female friend of Blue Beetle with blonde hair and a red dress.
Female reporter, undercover agent, pilot, and also the girlfriend of Dan Garret.
John Dore is a carnival owner/manager.
Khaji Da is a Scarab, A living weapon created by the alien species known as the Reach. Khaji Da belonged to the three Blue Beetles, but the most recent one has managed to use it to its full potential and has a symbiotic relationship with the Scarab.
Ma Grady is a newspaper stand owner in York City.
He is a policeman and the father of Dan Garret the first Blue Beetle.
A York City police officer Mike Mannigan was the partner of patrolman Dan Garret, the Blue Beetle.
Nick Collins is Dan Garret's college roommate.
President Harley was the President of the United States on Earth-4, creator of the Pax Americana, and son of Yellowjacket in his Mid 50's. He accidentally murdered his father as a child and after learning the secrets of the Universe via Algorithm 8, was later assassinated by the Peacemaker in order to atone for his crime.
Golden Age character who most recently appeared in Dynamite Entertainment's Project Superpowers.
Ruth Marty is the daughter of a famous judge.
Samson is the biblical Hercules, a man of super-human strength. He is also the last of the major judges who led the Israelites.
Sparky was the side kick of the original Blue Beetle, Dan Garret.
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