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.
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.
Captain Flash is Public Domain as the original publisher went out of business and the copyright was not renewed prior to 1977.
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.
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.
Tim Roland was Bob Benton's assistant and gained the same powers as the Black Terror. After the death of his body, his brain was transplanted into an android body.
Pinky, the Wiz Kid was the junior sidekick to Mr. Scarlet. The two would become known as the Crimson Crusaders of Justice. His first appearance was Wow Comics #4.
The Avenger is Roger Wright, a scientist.
Rocket man is an inventor who created a jetpak, and made one for his fiance, and together, they fight crime and nazis over europe.
Ghost Rider is an Old West crimefighter set in the 1800s originally created and published by Magazine Enterprises
The Fighting Yank is a Superhero who fought in World War II.
Susan Kent was the girlfriend of Jim Barr. When she discovered he was Bulletman, she wanted in on the action. Jim constructed a gravity regulator helmet to match his and made Susan his crime fighting partner, Bulletgirl.
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.
The man who ruled over Nazi Germany during World War II. He wished to wipe leftists, Jews and other "inferiors" from the planet and rule over the world propagating an Aryan race agenda, an ideal that he oddly did not fall into himself.
Prince Amentep of ancient Egypt would become the first person to wield the magical Ibistick.
Baron Eric von Emmelmann, a World War I German flying ace who was shot down in 1918 over a Polish swamp. Through the decades his body decayed and intermingled with the vegetation around him, becoming one with the marshland itself until at last it arose from the muck during the early years of World War II as The Heap
Lived as a princess in the city of Thebes during Egypt's 12th dynasty, revived by Ibis the Invincible.
A Golden Age Hero Who Was Quickly Gone, Like a Stray Glint of Light in a Mirror.
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 side-kick of the Deacon
The Comic's first super spy, and one of the first characters created by Will Eisner
Starr Flagg is an U.S. Army female secret agent.
Golden Age character who most recently appeared in Dynamite Entertainment's Project Superpowers.
The Claw is a golden age supervillan of Daredevil and Silver Streak.
“A monster of miraculous powers who is out to dominate the universe,” The Claw was billed as “the world’s worst villain.”
The character is in the Public Domain.
Miss Masque's first appearance was in Exciting Comics #51. Now a part of Dynamite Entertainments 'Project Superpowers' she has returned from the Urn of Pandora as Masquerade with a new look and powers.
Originally a Golden Age character, Lauren Mason, AKA Yankee Girl, is a super heroine granted with the powers of the American Spirit. The character is considered public domain but she is used by AC as part of the FemForce.
Kitten is a member of the woman group known as FemForce.
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