Chase Yale, war correspondent, assumed the role of Commando Yank because he didn't think reporting on the war was doing enough to further his country's cause.
Torchy Todd, from the Army straight into our.... hearts.
Spy Smasher has been around since the 1940's and began with wealthy sportsman Alan Armstrong tirelessly to keep his country safe from those that wish it harm.
Armed with a 'black light ray projector' and a barely-there costume, Sandra Knight was the original Phantom Lady and one of the first female superheroes of the Golden Age. After joining the DC pantheon in the 1970's, Phantom Lady became a founding member of the Freedom Fighters. Sandra has since retired from crime-fighting and has passed the mantle of Phantom Lady to other women.
Army Private Jack Weston puts on a patriotic costume to fight the enemies of America in the 1940s with nothing more than his natural agility and quick wits.
The original Doll Man is Darrell Dane who appeared in the 40's and 50's.
Waitress that somehow often ends up driving a plane in her underwear.
An example of good girl art in the unusual setting of the Old West, Firehair was a star at Fiction House Comics from 1945 through 1952.
As Mr. Scarlet, District attorney Brian Butler equipped himself with various gadgets he created contained in a utility belt, and also used hand-to-hand combat skills and acrobatic skills to fight crime. He teamed up with his adopted son Pinky, the Whiz Kid in most of his adventures.
The Jungle Goddess
The first mini hero
Queen Lyssa was the female companion to Hunt Bowman in the Lost World title published in the Golden Age Comic Book, Planet Comics by Fiction House. Some stories were later re-printed by AC Comics.
Mysta of the Moon really was from the moon. A mysterious goddess-like figure who advised and controlled the universe from her headquarters on the moon.
Rocket man is an inventor who created a jetpak, and made one for his fiance, and together, they fight crime and nazis over europe.
Miss Victory is most-famed as being a central member of FemForce, a team of all-female superheroes published by AC Comics in the 80s .
American comics character, created in 1958 by Stan Lynde. Rick O'Shay is the sheriff of Conniption during American Western.
Starr Flagg is an U.S. Army female secret agent.
Master Man! Stronger than untamed horses! Swifter than raging winds! Braver than mighty lions! Wiser than wisdom, kind as Galahad is Master Man, the wonder of the world! As a boy, young Master Man was weak until a wise old doctor gave the youth a magic capsule, full of vitamins, containing every source of energy known to man! The boy becomes the strongest man on earth! Upon the highest mountain peak he built a solid capsule made of solid rock! From there he sees all evil in the world and races to destroy it
Ghost Rider is an Old West crimefighter set in the 1800s originally created and published by Magazine Enterprises
Jim Barr wore a bullet shaped gravity regulator helmet that enabled him to fly and fight crime as Bulletman. Susan Kent would become his girlfriend and later wife, who fought beside him as Bulletgirl.
Cat-Man was a costumed super-hero who was published by a golden age publisher, Holyoke, from 1940 through 1946.
Kitten is a member of the woman group known as FemForce.
Jerry Steele was an American air ace who fought for his country during World War II as one of the American Eagle squadron. After his death, he was resurrected by a mysterious farmer with an unknown potion. He then received a magical costume that would provide him physical and mental capabilities.
Star of Newspaper strips, comics, film and radio.
A deceased boy who can summon historical beings (and Demons) to the present.
Sally the Sleuth, the first female detective of the comics… sort of...
The Black Cobra was one restless superhero.
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