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  1. Gamraj (104) Issues
  2. Tiranga (1995) 102 Issues
  3. Brendon d'Arkness: Brendon (1998) 85 Issues, 10 Specials = 95
  4. Inspector Steel (1995) 91 Issues
  5. Tarkan (1970) 92 Issues
  6. Messalina (1966) 91 Issues
  7. Satanik (1965) 91 Issues
  8. Super Commando Dhruva (1988) 88 issues
  9. Anthony Gonsalves: Anthony (1996) 89 Issues
  10. Young Marvelman (1954) 84 Issues
  11. Maghella (1974) 82 Issues
  12. Lando (1973) 75 Issues
  13. Wallestein il Mostro: Wallestein (1972) 70 Issues
  14. Super Hombre (1958) 68 Issues
  15. Rahan (1971) 64 issues, 2 Specials = 66
  16. Jonathan Steele (1999) 64 Issues 2 Specials = 66
  17. Marvelman (1954) 55 Issues, 9 Annuals = 64

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  • 1348 Kaliman

    Kaliman (1965) 1348 Issues

  • 1007 - With five self titled series for DC Comics (three as Supermen and two as Superboy) Superman has the highest number of all heroes. The thing about the Superboy books is when Crisis of Infinite Earths happened Suerman's origin was changed and Superboy became Superboy-Prime, but at the time he was plain old Superman.

    Superman 1007 issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Superman (1939) 477 Issues, 12 Annuals, 3 Specials = 491

    2. Superboy (1949) 230 Issues, 1 Annual, 1 Special = 232

    3. Superman (1987) 228 Issues, 14 Annuals, 1 Special = 243

    4. Superboy (1990) 17 Issues, 1 Special =18

    5. Superman (2011) 22 Issues, 1 Annual = 23 (Still on going)

  • 966 - Bessy is the Collie inspired by, but isn't, Lassie.

    Bessy (1965) 966 Issues

  • 943 – Batman: Bruce Wayne has had his own self titled series for decades but he is not the only one to be Batman, Dick Grayson and Jean Paul Valley became the stars of the books for an extended period of time. That is why his number may seem a little lower than someone might think.

    Batman 943 issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Batman (1940) 888 Issues, 28 Annuals, 1 Special = 917

    2. Batman (2011) 24 Issues, 2 Annuals = 26 (Still on going)

  • 856 - The Spirit has had more self titled comics than any other hero. During the 1940's the Spirit's comic was actually published and put in the Sunday Newspaper. This was not a comic strip. This was a full sixteen page comic book. The Spirit is without a doubt the most underrated superhero ever.

    Spirit 856 issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Spirit (1940) 645 Issues

    2. Spirit (1944) 22 Issues

    3. Spirit (1952) 5 Issues

    4. Spirit (1966) 2 Issues

    5. Spirit (1973) 2 Issues

    6. Spirit (1966) 41 Issues, 1 Special = 42

    7. Spirit (1966) 2 Issues

    8. Spirit (1983) 87 Issues

    9. Spirit (2007) 32 Issues

    10. Spirit (2010) 17 Issues

  • 647 Wonder Woman is the icon of female superheroes. Is is any wonder (no pun intended) that she is the highest ranked woman on this list?

    Wonder Woman 647 issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Wonder Woman (1942) 329 Issues

    2. Wonder Woman (1987) 228 Issues, 8 Annuals, 1 Special = 237

    3. Wonder Woman (2006) 59 Issues, 1 Annual = 60

    4. Wonder Woman (2011) 21 Issues (Still on going)

  • 577 - Daredevil has lasted for decades. He is the top Marvel hero on this list. Completely underrated hero. He is the one to break DC's top four consecutive heroes on this list.

    Daredevil 577 Issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Daredevil (1964) 381 Issues, 10 Annuals = 391

    2. Daredevil (1998) 134 Issues, 1 Annual = 135

    3. Daredevil (2011) 30 Issues, 1 Annual = 31 (Still on going)

  • 570 - Tex Willer

    Tex Willer (1971) 570 Issues (Still on going)

  • 563 - Zagor

    Zagor (1965) 563 Issues

  • 533 - First of all I know I don't want to have any characters that are too cartoony. Archie borders that but, in my defense he had a Punisher crossover so I felt I had to count him. Besides it is not like there isn't room in a superhero universe for an All-American Teen. If you do not want to count him see the Honorable Mention section in the above description of this list. Second, If the numbers don't look right that is because Archie started out as Archie Comics. I only counted the Archie books.

    Archie Andrews 533 issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Archie (1960) 533 Issues (Still on going)

  • 531 Alan Ford

    Alan Ford (1969) 531 Issues (Still on going)

  • 512 - Iron Man has been in five separate self titled series with Marvel Comics. He is one of the greatest champions and the few who could be considered an Icon of the Marvel Universe.

    Iron Man 512 Issues (Updated 8-22-2013)

    1. Iron Man (1968) 336 Issues, 19 Annuals, 2 Specials = 357

    2. Iron Man (1996) 13 Issues

    3. Iron Man (1998) 90 Issues, 3 Annuals = 93

    4. Iron Man (2005) 35 Issues

    5. Iron Man (2013) 14 Issues (Still on going)

  • 510 - Although Steve Rogers was rebooted in his first self titled series to be many other heroes playing the part of Captain America at the time it was Steve Rogers. Even when Steve wore the Nomad costume he was still the star of the book. In the fourth series Bucky Barns became Captain America so I only counted 25 of the book.

    Captain America 510 Issues (Updated 8-20-2013)

    1. Captain America (1968) 355 Issues, 17 Annuals = 372

    2. Captain America (1998) 50 Issues, 3 Annuals = 53

    3. Captain America (2002) 32 Issues

    4. Captain America (2005) 25 Issues

    5. Captain America (2011) 19 Issues

    6. Captain America (2012) 9 Issues (Still on going)

  • 437 - Thor is obviously based off of the Thor from Norse mythology. Somehow the fascination with those stories has catapulted him as one of the Greatest characters of all time. He is in the top ten on this list and fourth among Marvel heroes, beating out icons like Captain America, Wolverine and Iron Man.

    Thor 437 Issues (Updated 8-15-2013)

    1. Thor (1966) 293 Issues, 19 Annuals = 312

    2. Thor (1988) 85 Issues, 3 Annuals = 88

    3. Thor (2007) 35 Issues, 1 Annual, 1 Special = 37

  • 436 Zilverpijl is a Native American Chief of the Wild West. In English his name is Silver Arrow. He is also known as Sølvpilen.

    Sølvpilen (1971) 436 Issues

  • 402 - Jughead...yeah, I know what you are thinking. I just have a hard time giving up the Riverdale characters after they had a Punisher cross over. Besides I added a few extra characters in the Honorable Mention section of the list. So, you can see the list that you want.

    Jughead 402 Issues (Updated 8-22-2013)

    1. Jughead (1957) 226 Issues

    2. Jughead (1987) 176 Issues

  • 379 Mister No

    Mister No (1975) 379 Issues

  • 337 Dylan Dog

    Dylan Dog (1986) 312 Issues, 25 Specials = 337 (Still on going)

  • 332 - Maxi Goldrake May have been a live action comic.

    Goldrake (1966) 9 issues in 1966

    Goldrake (1967) 316 issues

    Maxi Goldrake (1969) 7 Issues

  • 329 When people think X-Men they think Wolverine. He is the most successful X-Man and yet he never started out as an mutant. The mutant angle was only added later. If you don't count the Riverdale characters than Wolverine is in the top 10 of this list.

    Wolverine 329 Issues (Updated 8-23-2013)

    1. Wolverine (1982) 4 Issues

    2. Wolverine (1988) 192 Issues, 6 Annuals, 1 Special = 199

    3. Wolverine (2003) 75 Issues, 2 Annuals = 77

    4. Wolverine (2010) 40 Issues, 1 Annual = 41

    5. Wolverine (2013) 8 Issues (Still on going)

  • 310 - Tarzan had more than three self titled series, but only three were printed in English. This goes to my rule on non English comic and there not being a complete source for me to use to determine if they are reprints, if I have all of them in a series and, if I have all the whole series. Of the English series the first one started with Dell Comics then continued on with Gold Key and again with DC Comics for 258 issues. The next series was Marvel Comics who restarted the series and produced 32 issues, and the last was a 20 issue series with Dark Horse Comics. Also, if you don't count the Riverdale characters than Tarzan is in the top 10 of this list.

    Tarzan 310 Issues (Updated 8-24-2013)

    1. Tarzan (1948) 258 Issues

    2. Tarzan (1977) 29 Issues, 3 Annuals = 32

    3. Tarzan (1996) 20 Issues

  • 308 – John Constantine: Hellblazer had the longest running vertigo comic ever. He was just one of many to get his title clipped in the wake of the New 52. He would eventually get his own title again however called simply Constantine. Hopefully that series will have an even longer run.

    John Constantine 308 Issues (Updated 8-25-2013)

    1. Hellblazer (1988) 300 issues, 1 Annual, 1 Special = 302

    2. Constantine (2013) 6 issues (Still on going)

  • 297 - Hal Jordan (Green Lantern) has stared in five runs for DC Comics that lasted 297 issues. He is one of several Green Lantern Stars but is is definitely top of this list. There is some difficulty in determining who the star of certain runs of Green Lantern. This is truest in the1960 and 1990 runs. In the 1960 run Hal costarred with Green Arrow for several issues and then was replaced by John Stewart and then the title was about the whole Green Lantern Corp. In 1990 the series picked up where the other left off. Guy Gardner and John Stewart had short stays as the beginning. Later Kyle Rayner took the series over and was the over all star of most of the books. I also added the runs Green Lantern 2.1 and 2.2 as one run and didn't separate them as two listings. Lastly, Hal had a run as the Spectre too. I have as fairly as possible added them below.

    Green Lantern: Hal Jordan 297 Issues (Updated 8-24-2013)

    1. Green Lantern (1960) 133 issues, 1 Special = 134

    2. Green Lantern (1990) 43 issues, 2 Annuals = 45

    3. Spectre (2001) 27 issues

    4. Green Lantern (2005) 66 issues

    5. Green Lantern (2011) 24 issues, 1 Annual, = 25 (Still on going)

  • 286 - Blackhawk was huge in his day but has lost a lot in recent times as the common comic fan has no sense of history. He was huge had movies and a theme song and on and on. Hell he had a series that lasted 265 issues. He is completely underrated as DC Comics have failed in updating the character.

    Blackhawk 286 Issues (Updated 8-25-2013)

    1. Blackhawk (1944) 265 issues

    2. Blackhawk (1988) 3 issues

    3. Blackhawk (1989) 16 issues, 1 Annuals, 1 Special = 18

  • 277 - Nathan Never

    Nathan Never (1991) 255 Issues, 22 Specials = 277

  • 263 – Flash:Wally West had one series that lasted 263 issues in DC Comics. When Barry Allen died Wally West took on the mantle of the Flash, and compltely filled any need for the hero. It was years later that Barry was unnecessarily resurrected and Wally got shafted into nonexistence. A very sad way for a superhero to go. Only Ted Kord: Blue Beetle got it worse. He was shot in the head and then wiped from existence. Superheroes need super-heroic conclusions to their tales.

    Flash 263 Issues (Updated 8-24-2013)

    1. Flash (1987) 250 issues, 13 Annuals = 263

  • 263 - Punisher has had seven self t286 – It is amazing that Punisher's comics were ever canceled as he has pretty much run either a self titled series or a Punisher: War Zone and Punisher: War Journal series.

    Punisher 286 Issues (Updated 8-26-2013)

    1. Punisher (1986) 5 Issues

    2. Punisher (1987) 104 Issues, 7 Annuals = 111

    3. Punisher (1995) 18 Issues

    4. Punisher (1998) 4 Issues

    5. Punisher (2000) 12 Issues

    6. Punisher (2001) 37 Issues

    7. Punisher (2004) 65 Issues, 1 Annual = 66

    8. Punisher (2009) 16 Issues, 1 Annual = 17

    9. Punisher (2011) 16 Issues

  • 251 - Flash (Barry Allen) is just one of the Flashes who made the list. He had one self titled series with DC Comics that ran for 246 issues. He just recently started a new series that went for 5 issues so far.

  • 243 - Aquaman has had seven different self titled series but none were as great as the 1994 Peter David series. There is a reason it went the longest of all of them. The beard and hook gave him the iconic look to go with and keeping/amplifying the iconic hero. I wished he was still that way.

    Aquman 243 Issues (Updated 9-5-2013)

    1. Aquaman (1962) 63 Issues

    2. Aquaman (1986) 4 Issues, 1 Special = 5

    3. Aquaman (1989) 5 Issues, 1 Special = 6

    4. Aquaman (1991) 13 Issues

    5. Aquaman (1994) 77 Issues, 5 Annuals = 82

    6. Aquaman (1966) 50 Issues

    7. Aquaman (2011) 24 Issues (Still on going)

  • 237 - Green Arrow, (Oliver Queen) stared in six self titled series but did not get his own for over four decades after his creation. Green Arrow was basically Batman with arrows in his initial creation but later came into his own in the 1960s and In his 1988 series he was killed off and Connor Hawke took over the mantle. Connor also makes this list as well.

    Green Arrow 237 Issues (Updated 9-7-2013)

    1. Green Arrow (1983) 4 Issues

    2. Green Arrow (1988) 102 Issues, 7 Annuals = 109

    3. Green Arrow (2001) 75 issues

    4. Green Arrow (2010) 24 Issues

    5. Green Arrow (2011) 15 issues (Still on going)

    6. Arrow (2013) 10 issues (Still on going)

  • 221 Gina Diggers

    Gold Digger (1993) 50 Issues, 18 Annuals = 68

    Gold Digger (1999) 153 Issues

  • 210 - Silver Surfer has had three self titled series with Marvel Comics. The first one was for for 18 issues, the second for 2 issues the third was for 156 issues.

  • 209 - Robin (Tim Drake) has had three self titled series. As Robin, Tim had two with DC Comics the first was 6 issues and the second was 188 issues. Currently Tim is Red Robin for 23 issues and the series is still going.

  • 208 – If Catwoman is a “bad guy” she has to be the most successful. In the times of darker heroes it is getting harder to tell who the bad guys are. None the less Catwaman is a phenomenal character that can and should be listed among the greats.

    Catwoman 208 Issues (Updated 9-19-2013)

    1. Catwoman (1989) 4 Issues

    2. Catwoman (1993) 96 Issues, 4 Annuals = 100

    3. Catwoman (2002) 83 Issues

    4. Catwoman (2011) 21 Issues (Still on going)

  • 207 - Spawn has one self titled series with Image Comics for 207 issues.

  • 203 - I know, I know. Very Cartoony. I broke my own rule. That said I am going to defend Scooby for a second. A talking dog is no less weird than other animal like characters in DC Comics. That said the main reason he is here is because he has had more than one cross over with guests like Batman, Robin, Joker and Penguin. It is hard to refuse his entry at that point. I also added a bonus entry for every borderline character on the list. So if you want you can pretend like he is not here and look at the bonus characters as the real entries.

    Now back to business. Scooby had his first series with Marvel Comics for 9 issues. He then had a 1 shot with Harvey Comics, then 21 issues with Archie Comics. Currently DC Comic has in going strong with a series at 159 issues.

  • 202 Veronica Lodge has had one self titled series with Archie Comics for 202.

  • 198 - The Lone Ranger has had four self titled series with four separate companies. The first series was with Dell Comics and was 145 issues, the second was 28 issues with Gold Key, the third was a 1 shot, and the last was 24 issues with Dynamite Entertainment and that one is still going.

  • 189 James Bond

    James Bond Agent 007 (1965) 157 Issues

    007 (1968) 28 Issues

    James Bond (1984) 4 Issues

  • 184 - Sergent Fury had his own series with Marvel Comics for 184 issues.

  • 182 - Swamp thing has had three self titled series with DC Comics (Verigo Comics) The first was 24 issues, the second was 129 issues, and the third was 29 issues.

  • 195 - Again, Betty Cooper borders on the cartooney side but it is hard to argue when they have crossovers with characters like Punisher so I counted her.

    Betty Cooper 195 Issues (Updated 9-8-2013)

    1. Betty (1992) 195 Issues

  • 178 - Dick Grayson most famously known as Nightwing has been the star of three self titled series the first was for 4 issues the second was for 157. After that he took over the Batman Comic as Batman and has so far been the star of 17 issues from 687-703.

  • 175 - Jacula

    Jacula (1969) 175 Issues

  • 170 - Vampirella has had four self titled comics series. The first was 115 issues with Warren Comics, the second was 5 issues with Harris Comics. The third and four series were also with Harris comics and they ran for 27, and the 23 issues.

  • 170 - Savage Dragon has had two self titled series with Image Comics. The first was three issues and the second is still going with 167 issues.

  • 170 - Lucifera

    Lucifera (1971) 170 Issues

  • 168 Golgo 13

    Golgo 13 (1973) 168 Issues

  • 167 - Warlord (Travis Morgan) has had four self titled series. The first was for 139 issues, the second was for 6 issues the third was for 10 issues and the forth was for 12 issues.

  • 163 - Spider-man has had two self titled series for Marvel Comics at 59 issues and 104 issues

  • 161 - The Rawhide Kid has had three self titled series with Marvel Comics. They ran for 152 issues, 4 issues, and 5 issues.

  • 160 - Jonah Hex has had three self titled series for DC Comics. The first series was 92 issues, the second was 18 issues and the last is still going and is on 60 issues.

  • 156 - Kyle Rayner (Green Lantern) starred in two self titled series published by DC Comics. The first was for 147 issues and the last was 9 issues.

  • 156 - Bhokal

    1. Bhokal (1991) 156 Issues

  • 152 - Namor had three self titled series with Marvel Comics the first was 74 issues, the second was 66 issues, and the third lasted 12 issues.

  • 152 - Witchblade had one self titled series with Top Cow Comics for 152 issues

  • 148 Isabella Duchessa dei Diavoli

    1. Isabella (1966) 148 Issues

  • 145 - Billy the Kid was a real life person but he also stared in his own self titled book very loosely based on his life in Charlton Comics. You could say that the comic character is easily a completely different character than the one from history.

    Billy the Kid 145 Issues (Updated 9-9-2013)

    1. Billy the Kid (1957) 145 Issues

  • 140 - Tomahawk had his own self titled series that lasted 140 issues with DC COmics.

  • 136 - Sergent Rock has been in two self titles series for DC Comics. One lasted 125 issues the other went on for 11 issues.

  • 135 - Marvel's Black Panther has had five self titled series. He is one of the greatest characters in the Marvel Universe and he is the first African on this list.

    Black Panther 135 Issues (Updated 9-10-2013)

    1. Black Panther (1977) 15 Issues

    2. Black Panther (1988) 4 Issues

    3. Black Panther (1998) 62 Issues

    4. Black Panther (2005) 41 Issues, 1 Annual = 42

    5. Black Panther (2009) 12 Issues

  • 133 – In the history of comic books Cable is a pretty new figure. None the less he has made an incredible stamp on the comic world with his self titled issues. His first self titled series only started in 1993 and yet he has 133 issues to his credit.

    Cable 77 Issues (Updated 9-18-2013)

    1. Cable (1993) 107 Issues, 1 Annual = 108

    2. Cable (2008) 25 Issues

  • 132 Legs Weaver

    Legs Weaver (1995) 122 Issues, 10 Specials = 132

  • 131 - Turok son of Stone had a self titled series with 131 issues in Dell Comics.

  • 131 - Although it may not seem like it but Robot Fighter is the name of Magnus. In several issues he is referred to as Robot Hunter by robots. The first series was 46 issues with Gold Key Comics, the second was 65 issues with Valiant Comics, the third was 19 issues with Acclaim Comics

  • 130 - Hawkaman has one of the most confusing histories of all characters it seems that he had four issues with the Carter Hall, Katar Hol character. DC Comics published all of Hawkman's self titled series at 27, 18, 36, and 49 issues consecutively.

  • 128 - Sukia

    Sukia (1978) 128 Issues

  • 126 - Considered by many to be the first Superhero the Phantom has been published by many publishers. His self titled series include Gold Key with 74 issues, DC Comics with 4 issues, and agian with 13 issues, Wolf Comics with 9 issues and Moonstone with 26 issues.

  • 126 - Doga

    Doga (1993) 126 Issues

  • 126 Parmanu

    Parmanu (1991) 126 Issues

  • 125 Although the Janus Stark series went 135 issues he did not appear in the last ten.

    Janus stark (1973) 125 Issues

  • 122 - Joe Palooka is a character who borderline qualifies for this list. He and some main cast members look a little cartoony and yet everyone else in the universe is drawn with great detail. One character (Little Max) is very cartoony and yet Joe goes on all kids of dangerous adventures and even fights in the army in World War II. He is even depicted killing while being at war. Obviously, I believe he qualified so I added him. Joe Palooka had two self titled series the first one was only four issues but the second was for 118 issues.

  • 122 Cimiteria

    Cimiteria (1977) 122 Issues

  • 119 - Although he is not featured on the cover of most of his books, and he changed from a hero to a plain clothes crime fighter Blue Bolt none the less had a self titled series that lasted 119 issues with Novelty comics. Go figure.

    Blue Bolt 119 Issues (Updated 9-12-2013)

    1. Blue Bolt (1940) 119 issues

  • 119 - Captain Marvel may not be on this list but Captain Marvel Jr. is. It seems like the originl Captain Marvel gets jipped out of everything. Even having to go by Shazam over a copyright issue. (LAME) At least this is a small representation of the mighty Original and no slouch himself.

    Captain Marvel 119 Issues (Updated 9-18-2013)

    1. Captain Marvel Jr. (1942) 119 Issues

  • 116 - Bheriya

    Bheriya (1994) 116 Issues

  • 115 - Judge Dredd has had three self titled series. The first series is 4 issues, the second series is 62 issues and the last is 18 issues.

  • 119 - Conan has had three self titled issues two were for Marvel Comics for 55 and 13 issues the other was for Dark Horse comics for 51 issues.

  • 114 Conner Kent (Superboy) had two self titled series with DC Comics. One at a 106 issues, and the other just started with 8 issue.

  • 114 - Animal has got to be the most underrated superhero in the DC Universe. I have to admit I don't know the character well and yet he makes in on the list with 114 issues.

    Animal Man 114 Issues (Updated 9-5-2013)

    1. Animal Man (1988) 89 Issues, 1 Annuals = 90

    2. Animal Man (2011) 24 Issues, 1 Annuals = 25 (Still on going)

  • 111 - Doctor Strange has had five self titled series with Marvel. This first lasted 14 issues, the second lasted 83, the third lasted 4, fourth was 6 issues and the fifth was 4 issues.

  • 108 - Plastic Man has had four self titled series the fist was with Comic Magazine and lasted 64 issues the rest were with DC for 20, 4, and 20 issues consecutively.

  • 107 - Deadpool has had three self titled issues with marvel. The first one lasted 4 issues the second was 72 issues and the last is 31 issues.

  • 105 - James Corrigan (the Sectre) has has three self titled series all with DC Comics. The first was 10 issues the second was 32 issues and the third was 62 issues.

  • 105 Chanoc

    Chanoc (1959) 105 Issues

  • 104 - Gamraj (104) Issues

  • 103 - The Spider-girl had one self titled series with Marvel Comics for 103 issues.

  • 102 - Tiranga (1995) 102 Issues

  • 96 - Ghost Rider, (Dan Ketch) had one self titled series for 96 issues with Marvel Comics.

  • 95 - Brendon d'Arkness: Brendon (1998) 85 Issues, 10 Specials = 95

  • 92 - Bart Allen had a 92 issue self titled series with DC Comics as Impulse.

  • 92 - Tarkan (1970) 92 Issues

  • 91 - Inspector Steel (1995) 91 Issues

  • 91 - Messalina (1966) 91 Issues

  • 91 - Satanik (1965) 91 Issues

  • 91 - You cannot argue with the love of American Westerns, and you cannot argue with Charlton comics. The Cheyenne Kid was just one of quite a few heroes from the Charlton universe to be on this list. He may have only had one self titles series, but he made it count with 91 issues.

    Cheyenne Kid 91 Issues (Updated 9-19-2013)

    1. Cheyenne Kid (1957) 91 Issues

  • 91 - Katy Keen is just another Riverdale character who I've added mainly due to crossovers like Punisher meets Archie. Katy had two self titled series with Archie Comics. The first series was 65 issues and the second was 26 issues.

  • 89 - There have been numerous Captain Marvels two have been woman but there is only one Ms. Marvel....as far as I know. Anyway of all the characters to have the name Captain Marvel only Ms. Marvel has more self titled issues and is the top of all the Captain Marvels.

    Captain Marvel 89 Issues (Updated 9-18-2013)

    1. Ms. Marvel (1977) 23 Issues

    2. Ms. Marvel (2006) 50 Issues, 1 Annual, 1 Special = 52

    3. Captain Marvel (2012) 16 Issues (Sill on going)

  • 89 - Anthony Gonsalves: Anthony (1996) 89 Issues

  • 88 - Super Commando Dhruva (1988) 88 issues