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(Fiction House was a big time publisher of both pulp magazines and comic books from the 1920s to the 1950s. Its comics division was best known for its pinup-style good girl art, as epitomized by the company's most popular character Sheena, Queen of the Jungle. Fiction House also launched the careers of Jack Kirby and Will Eisner as well. The publisher was also a target of Dr. Fredric Wertham's infamous book Seduction of the Innocent in 1954.

Some of the stable of characters that were originally published by Fiction House were

Agent ZX-5

Akina

Amazona the Mighty Woman

Angel Eyes

Ant Woman

Auro, Lord of Jupiter I, II

Black Axeman

Blaque

Bron

Bob Reynolds (sidekick to Sheena)

Bull's Eye Brannon

Buzz Crandall

Camilla

Camilla, Queen of the City

Captain Fight and Yank Adams

Captain Fight (Pirate)

Captain Morgan's U.S. Rangers or Sky Rangers

Captain Nelson Cole

Captain Plastic (on cover)

Captain Tiger

Captain Thunder (Fawcett changed their character to Captain Marvel)

Captain Wings

Cerberex (look inspired Brainiac's ship)

Chip Collins and his Skull Squadron

Colonel Kamikaze

Commando Ranger

Commander Cubs

Cosmo Corrigan

Crash Parker

Crimson Cobra

Crossbow Crew

Dexter Ames

Domino Lady (Fiction House, Moonstone) Lady Domino Saucy Romantic Adventures May 1936 First Appearance

Dr. Drew (Fiction House, Dark Horse)

Dr. Shelley

The Eye (Fiction House version)

El Cuchillo

Fantomah (Fiction House, Devil's Due)

Fantomah, Daughter of the Pharohs

Fero, Planet Detective

Firehair (Fiction House version)

Flint Baker

Frosty North

Futura

Gale Allen and her Girl Squadron

Ghazia

G. I. Jane (Fiction House version)

Goliath the Gladiator

The Hawk

Hunt Bowman

Ibid and Noxid

Inspector Dayton

Jan of the Jungle

Jane Martin

Jim Grant

Jungle Demon

Ka' a'nga, Jungle King and Ann Mason

Kazanda, Wild Girl of the Continent

Ki-Gor, Jungle Lord (Fiction House, Moonstone)

King Tonga

Kinks Mason

Leopard Men

Lightning (Fiction House version)

Lone Wolf and Little Wolf

Long Bow (Fiction House version)

Lustra

Madame Terror

Madame Zero

Man 'O Mars

Manzar

Mark Lord

Mandoor

Mysta of The Moon

Oran of the Jungle

The Phantom Falcon (Fiction House, Holyoke, Moonstone)

Phantom Falcons

Planet Payson

Rangers of Freedom

Red Comet

Red Panther

Reef Ryan

Rip Regan Power-Man

Rocky Hall, Jungle Explorer

Roy Lance, Jungle Explorer

Saber, the Spy Hunter

Sarko

Sea Devil (Fiction House version)

Senorita Rio

Shark Brodie

Sheena, Queen of The Jungle (Fiction House, Devil's Due, Moonstone, Dynamite) (created by Will Eisner and Jerry Iger)

Sky Girl

Spurt Hammond

The Spy Fighter

Star Pirate

Stuart Taylor

Suicide Smith

Super American (Fiction House, Dynamite)

Super-Brain and his Super Gorillas

Sylf

Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle (Fiction House version)

Tiger Girl (Fiction House version)

Tiger Hart

Tiger Man (Fiction House version)

The Spirit (Quality, Fiction House, Harvey, Dark Horse, DC, Dynamite)

Tortug

Werewolf Hunter

White Panther

X-7 of the British Intelligence

Yrina

Zan Marzov

Many of the characters have seperate pages while others do not.

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