Firefly appears in 12 issues.
The Black Hood was one of Top Notch's (later known as MLJ/Archie) first masked vigilantes.
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.
"This is a symbol of my destiny...a destiny I vow to fulfill." The Version appearing in Blue Ribbon Comics #16-22 is in the Public Domain.
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.
"Show me your evil while trying to elude me! It can only add fire to my already raging fury!"
Golden Age version appearing in Blue Ribbon Comics #9-19, Jackpot Comics #1-6 is in the Public Domain.
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.
The Comet was one of the first superheroes to die in a comic, is in the Public Domain.
The Fox is a superhero vigilante who usually has no powers, but excellent fighting skills. Both Paul Patton and his son Paul Patton Jr. have used the identity over the years, in addition to Travis Fox.
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.
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